The Polytechnic Institute of NYU is proud to award Jason Hsuan, PhD '75 the Distinguished Electrical & Computer Engineering Alumni Achievement Award for his outstanding contributions as a world-class buisness leader who led TPV Technology through the fastest growth period in its history, and his contributions to international corporate policy and business development.
The NYU-Poly community is invited and encouraged to honor Dr. Hsuan at two special events on Friday, November 12, 2010.
Student Session with Dr. Jason Hsuan '75
4:00pm - 5:00pm, JAB473
NYU-Poly students will have the opportunity to hear from Dr. Hsuan on his experiences and how he has utilized the education received at Poly throughout his career. Students will be a question and answer session.
Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award Reception
5:00pm - 6:00pm, Private Dining Room
Faculty, staff, students and alumni are invited to celebrate Dr. Hsuan's accomplishments at a special reception where he will be presented with the Distinguished Electrical & Computer Engineering Alumni Achievement Award.
Please RSVP below to confirm your attendance.
Dr. Jason Hsuan is the Chairman and CEO of TPV Technology Ltd, he joined TPV Group in 1990. Under his leadership, TPV has expanded its PC monitor/Flat TV business tremendously in global market. Currently TPV is the world’s biggest maker of PC monitors, and is aiming at TV production and wants to become leading sale in TV market worldwide. TPV has 5 plants in China, 2 in Brazil and 1 in Poland, about 30,000 employees in branch officies in 10 countries/1 region(China, Taiwan, Japan, India, HK, Germany, Netherland, Poland, USA, Brazil and Mexico).
TPV is listed in HK and Singapore stock market. From 1999 to 2005, TPV’s revenue has been growing in tenfold and was up to US$5 billions. This fast growth best demonstrated Dr. Hsuan’s insight and strategies in managing a world-class company. Further more, TPV received few awards from Business Week in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2006 for its outstanding performance. In 2006 and 2007, TPV’s revenue reached US$7.2 billion and US$8.5 billion respectively. And for 2008, TPV targets to sell US$10 billion which will be an important milestone for the company.
Dr. Hsuan was born and lived in China during his childhood and teenage even after the liberation of mainland China in 1949, he reunited with his family when he became 18. Given his tough growing experience in China at his younger days, he has learned to overcome adversity no matter what happens in his career and life. The hardship he has experienced has become his priceless assets and enables him to move forward along his way to great achievements.