Dongmin Chen Dean, School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship of Peking University
Dr. Chen is the Dean of School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Director of Science and Technology Development Office of Peking University, and a tenured full professor in the Faculty of Academy for Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies.
Dr. Chen was an adjunct Professor of the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences where he served as the co-director of the Beijing National Laboratory for Condensed Matter Physics from 2004 to 2009. He was a Sr. Rowland Fellow and the Head of the Nanoscale Quantum Physics Lab. at Harvard University from 1989 to 2004. His academic expertise includes nanotechnologies and advanced semiconductor process integrations, nonvolatile material and device physics, MEMS device and process, MEMS-CMOS integration; spin and quantum device physics. He co-authored more than 70 scientific publications and 150 US and international patents.
Dr. Chen is a serial entrepreneur. He is the Chief Scientist and the inventor of the Metal Oxide Heteorjunction RRAM device of 4DS Inc. in the Silicon Valley. He also co-founded Miradia Inc. in Silicon Valley in 2003 which raised 80M USD from tier-1 venture capitals. He led the development of a platform technology for MEMS-CMOS 3D integration for applications in digital micro-mirror array and motion sensors. He was responsible for the development of the IP portfolio with more than 100 international patents and has successfully licensed it to a major foundry in Asia.
Dr. Dongmin Chen is the International Adviser of WIPO GII. Dr. Chen is an Associate Editor and board member of Applied Physics letter and Journal and Applied Physics; a Sr. Associate Editor of Chinese Science Bulletin and an Associate Editor of Chinese Physics Letter. He is the Honorary Advisor and former Chairman & President of Chinese American Semiconductor Professional Association in US.