Given the many remarkable achievements of Stanford Engineering alumni and faculty, The School of Engineering has introduced a program to honor the men and women responsible for great technical advances that make human, social and economic progress possible. Stanford Engineering Heroes embodies all that the school stands for: innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership, and world-class teaching and research.
Stanford Engineering Hero Lecture: Morris Chang in conversation with President John L. Hennessy
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 | 4:00 pm Pacific Time
On April 23 Stanford University President John L. Hennessy will lead a discussion with Stanford Engineering Hero Morris Chang, an innovator and entrepreneur who revolutionized the semiconductor industry by creating the world’s first dedicated silicon foundry, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company or TSMC.
The discussion will cover Chang’s life and career, his education at Stanford and role of the semiconductor in society today, and the industry’s potential for the future.
This event is offered in association with the Global Semiconductor Alliance and Stanford Engineering’s Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders seminar series.
This free, one-hour lecture is hosted online by the Stanford Center for Professional Development on Wednesday, April 23 at 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time.
Steps to Register
- Scroll down to the course section at the bottom of the page
- Click on the red "Enroll in this Section" button
- Click on the gold "View Cart" link located in the upper right-hand corner
- Continue with the checkout process by filling out the required information * note: there is no fee for this online lecture
- A day or two before the lecture, there will be a link accessable via your mystanfordconnection account. You will also be emailed the link.
- 15 minutes prior to the lecture, the link will go live.