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Age : 55
Public asset : 5,582,862,430 USD
Country of residence : Unknown
Linked companies : NVIDIA Corporation

Mr. Jen-Hsun Huang is a President, Chief Executive Officer & Director at NVIDIA Corp. and a Member at Committee of 100.

He is on the Board of Directors at NVIDIA Corp. Mr. Huang was previously employed as a Director-Coreware by LSI Corp. and a Trustee by The RAND Corp.

He received his undergraduate degree from Oregon State University and a graduate degree from Stanford University.

Current positions of Jen-Hsun Huang 
NameTitle Since
NVIDIA Corporation
President, Chief Executive Officer & Director 1993
Committee of 100 Member -

Holdings of Jen-Hsun Huang 
NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA)
22,137,5253.65%5,582,862,430 USD

Jen-Hsun Huang : Personal Network 

Biography of Jen-Hsun Huang 
Jen-Hsun Huang () (born February 17, 1963) is a Taiwanese-American entrepreneur and businessman. He co-founded the graphics-processor company Nvidia and serves as its president and CEO. Huang graduated from Oregon State University before moving to California where he graduated from Stanford University. As of 2008, Forbes listed him as the 61st highest paid CEO in a list of U.S. CEOs.

Early years

After leaving Oneida Baptist Institute and moving to Oregon with his family, Huang began to play table tennis at a club in downtown Portland and at age 15, he placed third in junior doubles at the U.S. Open. He graduated from Aloha High School, located in the western suburbs of Portland.

Huang received his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Oregon State University in 1984, and his master's degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University in 1992. While at Oregon State, he met his future wife Lori, his engineering lab partner at the time. Huang has two children.

After college he was Director of Coreware at LSI Logic and a microprocessor designer at Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD). In 1993, Huang co-founded Nvidia and is currently the CEO and President. He owns a portion of Nvidia's stock worth about USD $512.4 million as of 2006. He earned $24.6 million as CEO in 2007, ranking him as the 61st highest paid U.S. CEO by Forbes.

Huang gave his alma mater Stanford University US$30 million that built the "Jen-Hsun Huang School of Engineering Center.>" The building is the second of four that comprises Stanford's new Science and Engineering Quad.> It was designed by Boora Architects of Portland, Oregon.

Huang was the recipient in 2007 of the Silicon Valley Education Foundation's Pioneer Business Leader Award for his work in both the corporate and philanthropic worlds.

In 1999, Jen-Hsun Huang was named Entrepreneur of the Year in High Technology by Ernst and Young LLP.

In 2003, Huang received the Dr. Morris Chang Exemplary Leadership Award, which recognizes a leader who has made exceptional contributions to driving the development, innovation, growth, and long-term opportunities of the fabless semiconductor industry, from the Fabless Semiconductor Association.

Additionally, Mr. Huang is a recipient of the Daniel J. Epstein Engineering Management Award from the University of Southern California and was named an Alumni Fellow by Oregon State University.

Huang was awarded an honorary doctorate from Oregon State University at the June 13, 2009 commencement ceremony.

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