- Z.C. Chen
As Chairman of BenQ Materials, Dr. Chen has over 20 years of experience in materials science, electronic components and new business development.
Prior to his appointment as Chairman of BenQ Materials in October 2013, Dr. Chen was the Executive Vice President of Darfon Electronics Corp. During his tenure at Darfon, he was assigned various positions responsible for the components business, global manufacturing, new technologies and new business development. Before joining Darfon Electronics (BenQ Group) in 1997, he served as Research Scientist and Product Development Manager at Philips Germany and Philips Taiwan. Dr. Chen is also known for his scientific contribution in piezoelectric and dielectric ceramics with published papers and patents.
Dr. Chen received his PhD in Materials Science from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland and his Master’s degree in Materials Science from the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA.
- Ray Liu
Ray Liu is the President of BenQ Materials. He received his PhD in Electro-Optical Engineering from National Chiao Tung University.
Mr. Liu joined BenQ Materials in 1998 and has served in several key positions, including Senior Manager in the CD-ROM R&D Department, Factory Director, and Associate Vice President in 2005 and 2006.
Mr. Liu was promoted to President in 2017 and has been in charge of the Functional Film Business Group.
- Vice President
- Oliver Liu
Oliver Liu is the Vice President of BenQ Materials. Mr. Liu holds a Master’s degree in Electro-Optical Engineering from National Chiao Tung University.
After joining BenQ Materials in 1997, he served as a CD-ROM R&D Senior Manager in 2001, the Director of the Polarizer Plant, and Associate Vice President in 2005. Subsequently, Mr. Liu led the R&D team, covering optical storage technology to today’s R&D and application of polarizing films in creating the company’s independent research and development capabilities.
A promotion followed in 2009 when, as the Vice President of the Advanced Tech. R&D Center, he took charge of all future products and technology research.