典禮程序

Program

  1. 名譽博士簡介
    Introduction
  2. 宣讀名譽博士表彰辭
    Announcement of Accomplishments
  3. 宣讀名譽博士學位證書
    Announcement of Honorary Doctorate Certificate
  4. 頒贈名譽博士學位證書
    Presentation of Honorary Doctorate Certificate
  5. 名譽博士致詞
    Acceptance Speech
  6. 獻花
    Presentation of Flowers
  7. 致贈紀念品
    Presentation of Gift
  8. 貴賓致詞
    Congratulation Speech
  9. 名譽博士專題演講
    Keynote Speech
    From UCLA Professor to Successful Entrepreneur at Broadcom – A 30-Year Tale of Life in the Semiconductor Industry
  10. UCLA在台校友致詞
    Congratulation Speech by UCLA Alumni
  11. 合影留念
    Photo Session

名譽博士表彰辭

Accomplishments

亨利‧山繆利(Henry Samueli)博士是世界級的科學家及企業家,是美國博通(Broadcom)共同創辦人,1991到2016年期間擔任董事長和首席技術長。博通為全球最大的網路通訊晶片設計公司之一,產品為有線和無線通訊系統晶片。2015年博通公司營收高達80億美元以上,有超過3000多項美國專利和1000多項外國專利,2016年與安華高科技(Avago Technologies)合併,山繆利博士仍擔任該公司首席技術長及董事。他以其資深與專業的工程經驗、勇於創新研發的熱情以及判斷精準的眼界,帶領博通從無到有,從寬頻通訊領域著手,大力推動世界數位訊號處理和通訊系統研究與發展。

山繆利博士是美國藝術與科學院(AAAS)院士、美國國家工程院(NAE)院士以及美國電機電子工程師學會(IEEE)會士,並曾獲得IEEE電路與系統學會產業先鋒獎。1985年起,他擔任美國加州大學洛杉磯分校電機工程系教授,從事通訊積體電路和數位訊號處理之教學與研究。他長期致力於數位訊號處理和通訊系統工程研究,發表百餘篇論文並獲頒75件專利,由於這些傑出的表現,山繆利博士於2000年榮獲美國加州大學總校長勳章(the University of California Presidential Medal),又獲得美國加州大學洛杉磯分校和爾灣分校勳章(the UCLA Medal and the UC Irvine Medal)。他又榮獲IEEE通訊學會傑出產業領袖獎(the IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Industry Leaders Award)、全球半導體聯盟張忠謀博士模範領袖獎(the Global Semiconductor Alliance Dr. Morris Chang Exemplary Leadership Award),以及馬可尼獎(Marconi Society Prize and Fellowship) 等至高殊榮。

山繆利博士事業及學術上的成就斐然,更與妻子蘇珊‧山繆利(Susan Samueli)女士成立公益慈善事業回饋社會。1998年博通公司首次公開募股之後,他們創建山繆利基金會(Samueli Foundation),長期贊助與支持教育、健康、社會服務、表演和猶太文化等領域的發展。山繆利博士是一位堅持不懈、具有高度熱情及深遠影響力的科學家、企業家及慈善家,他的貢獻足以作為本校全體師生共同學習的楷模。在此謹代表國立交通大學頒授名譽博士學位予山繆利博士,以表彰其重大貢獻。

名譽博士簡介

Profile

Dr. Henry Samueli co-founded Broadcom Corporation in 1991. In 2016 Broadcom Corporation was acquired by Avago Technologies Limited and renamed Broadcom Limited. The combined company is a global leader in providing semiconductor solutions for wired and wireless communications. Dr. Samueli serves as Chief Technical Officer and Board Member of the company.

Since 1985 Dr. Samueli has also been a Professor in the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), involved in teaching and research in communications integrated circuits and digital signal processing. He has been on a leave of absence from UCLA since 1995 in order to be at Broadcom full time. Since 2003 Dr. Samueli has also been a Distinguished Adjunct Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at UC Irvine. He was the Chief Scientist and one of the founders of PairGain Technologies, Inc., a telecommunications equipment manufacturer, and he consulted for PairGain from 1988 to 1994. From 1980 until 1985 he was employed in various engineering and management positions in the Electronics and Technology Division of TRW, Inc., where he worked on the hardware development of military broadband communications systems.

Dr. Samueli received a B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from UCLA in 1975, 1976, and 1980, respectively. He has published over 100 technical papers and is a named inventor in 75 U.S. patents. He was elected a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in 2000, a member of the National Academy of Engineering in 2003, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2004.

In 2000 Dr. Samueli was awarded the University of California Presidential Medal, the UC Irvine Medal, the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Industrial Pioneer Award, and the UCLA School of Engineering and Applied Science Alumnus of the Year. In 2005 he was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, and the Edward A. Dickson Alumnus of the Year from UCLA. In 2006 he received the IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Industry Leaders Award. In 2010 he received the UCLA Medal. In 2011 he received the Global Semiconductor Alliance Dr. Morris Chang Exemplary Leadership Award, and in 2012 he was awarded the Marconi Society Prize and Fellowship.

受頒名譽博士感言

Acceptance Speech

I am very thankful to President Mau-Chung Frank Chang and the National Chiao Tung University Committee for Honorary Doctorates for having selected me to receive this esteemed honor. I have been very fortunate to have spent my entire career in the semiconductor industry - an industry driven by remarkable innovation. I don't know of any other industry in history where technology has advanced by a factor of one million over a 50 year period, as measured by Moore's Law scaling. The impact of semiconductors on humanity is immeasurable. I can't imagine anyone not using multiple semiconductor-enabled devices every day of their lives, whether it be through personal electronics, automobiles, computers at home or at work, or indirectly through the global networking and computing infrastructure. When I started as an undergraduate student at UCLA in 1971, the CMOS VLSI semiconductor industry was in its infancy and the field of Digital Signal Processing was also just emerging. So I was very fortunate to be able to experience the explosive growth of these fields throughout my academic studies and into my early professional and academic career. I have also been very fortunate to have interacted and collaborated with so many outstanding colleagues and brilliant graduate students throughout my career. We may be fortunate enough to receive individual honors and recognition over our careers, such as the great honor I am receiving today, but as we all know, much of our success as engineers results from fruitful collaboration with our brilliant colleagues, so I would like to thank all the colleagues and students that I have worked with over the years that have enabled me to reach the successes that I am being honored for today.

名譽博士專題演講

From UCLA Professor to Successful Entrepreneur at Broadcom – A 30-Year Tale of Life in the Semiconductor Industry

The semiconductor industry is very large and mature these days with modest single-digit annual growth rates and much consolidation occurring. This is in sharp contrast to 30 years ago when the semiconductor industry was disrupted by Dr. Morris Chang via the founding of TSMC in 1987 which created an entirely new industry - the fabless semiconductor industry. A young UCLA professor, Dr. Henry Samueli was very fortunate to be able to take advantage of this opportunity in the mid 1980's. At the time, most research in VLSI design was focused on microprocessors. Dr. Samueli was able to leverage his background working in the defense communications industry at TRW to create a successful research program at UCLA in broadband communications VLSI chips. The timing was perfect and when the first commercial mass market application of broadband communication chips appeared in the early 1990's with the advent of digital television, Dr. Samueli and his first Ph.D. student, Henry Nicholas, founded Broadcom Corporation in 1991 to take advantage of this emerging opportunity. The rest is history. This talk walks through the tale of two engineers starting in a garage in 1991 and over the next 25 years building one of the most successful semiconductor companies in the world.

名譽博士簡歷

Curriculum Vitae