Jan. 13, 2003 – San Jose, CA – Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) has promoted Yee-Ming Ting to the position of president, SEMI China.
Ting, who joined SEMI in 2002 and served VP and GM of SEMI China, oversees all operations for the industry association in China. He continues to report to SEMI President and CEO, Stanley Myers and is in charge of the association’s relationships with its members as well as industry, government, and academia in the region.
Yee-Ming Ting continues to operate from the SEMI office in Beijing.
“I’m pleased to elevate Yee-Ming to the position of president. He joins our other SEMI regional heads in Europe, Japan, Korea, North America, and Southeast Asia in guiding our activities in the major markets for microelectronics manufacturing equipment and materials,” said Myers. “In a very short time, Mr. Ting has expanded our operations in China, the fastest growing market region in our sector. He has opened offices in both Shanghai and Beijing and has overseen the tremendous expansion of SEMICON China 2003.”
Ting received a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from City College of New York and a Masters in Electronic Engineering from New York U.
Ting began his career as a test equipment designer with Bendix Corp. in 1965 and served in various capacities with IBM for 31 years, including positions as a design engineer, engineering manager, and program director. He served as the program director, Wireless Application and Development Center during his tenure with IBM China in Beijing and Shanghai. Ting joined SEMI in July 2002.