Management Team


Michael Chao-Juei Chiang

Established TPK in 2003, Chairman Chiang has led the R&D of the transparent P-Cap touch technology, whose official mass production successfully started in 2007. Believing that the intuitive multi-touch of P-Cap has started the silent revolution for the man-machine interface, Chairman Chiang successfully bridged the gap between man and machine, thus making consumer electronics user-friendlier. Looking into the future, Chairman Chiang will actively lead the TPK team to develop various transparent P-Cap solutions to promote the popularization of touch panels to all kinds of electronics devices.

Prior to establishing TPK, Chairman Chiang has established Taiwan Video & Monitoring Corporation (TVM) focusing on the VCR and monitor market. In 1997, Chairman Chiang successfully transformed TVM from a general monitor manufacturer into a specialist supplier of surface capacitive touch (SCT) and projected capacitive touch (PCT) panels and initiated TPK's specialization in touch technology. Chairman Chiang graduated from the Department of Business Administration, Fu Jen Catholic University.


Mr. HH Chiang

Mr. HH Chiang has 20 years experiences in mobile component industry. He has his own views on the technology development of the mobile and the component industry. Mr. HH Chiang has the expertise to provide differentiated solutions to customers by integrating company’s internal resources of business, manufacturing process, research and development, finance and etc. Mr. HH Chiang’s proven outstanding management experience could further lead TPK to continuous growth.

Mr. HH Chiang received a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University. After graduation, he worked for AC Technology as a R&D manager. When he returned to Asia, he worked for GINTEC, a Singapore government sponsored research institute, where he has enriched his experience in various manufacturing technologies. In 1997, he joined Green Point and was promoted to be the General Manager in 2003. Mr. HH Chiang successfully led Green Point to merge with Jabil and become “Jabil Green Point” in 2007. Furthermore, Jabil Green Point’s business has significant growth in the past ten years.