This post was contributed by Steve Fludder, executive vice president of Samsung Engineering. Mr. Fludder, who previously worked as GE's vice president for its well-known business initiative "ecomagination," shared with Samsung Village his insights on how best to partner global industry with academia.
This post is the second story in our interview series with the recipients of the 2011 Ho-Am Prize, which recognizes the outstanding achievements of prominent academics in science and renowned contributors to the arts and community services.
Hello Samsung Village readers! My name is Yoon-Jung Kang, an assistant manager at Samsung BioLogics. Today I want to share with you my "first trade show" experience, from the 2011 BIO International Convention held in Washington D.C. last month.
Working for a global company is like becoming part of a big family, but with people of different nationalities speaking different languages and diverse backgrounds. You have to get along and work with various groups of people, each with distinct expertise and focus, on many different projects and objectives.
On July 15, Samsung LED Co., Ltd. filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission in which it has requested the ITC to issue an exclusion order barring importation of products of OSRAM, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors, and OSRAM Sylvania Inc. into the United States.
Samsung LED also filed suit for patent infringement in the U.S. District
(Updated) Have you ever had a chance to visit a shipyard or a major port? Large ships of overwhelming size docked in a row make a real magnificent scene, and you get to wonder what those vessels are built for. For many of us who are not familiar with the shipbuilding industry, Samsung Village has some tips from colleagues at Samsung Heavy Industrie
Aside from our day-to-day businesses,we often join hands with experts around the world to tackle experimental projects in technology, products and design. Some of them make it as next-generation products while others are more about testing new ideas and advancing ongoing research. Take a moment to browse the latest news on some of these experiments
Samsung today announced the creation of Device Solutions at Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., a new organization that will oversee the company’s memory chip, system LSI and LCD businesses, and named Oh-Hyun Kwon, current President of Semiconductor Business, president of the newly created organization.
Samsung is a global corporate encompassing diverse businesses ranging from electronics, construction,
petrochemicals, finance and more. Founded in 1938, Samsung has worked to make a better world
through our products and services. With 2012 net sales of 303 trillion Korean won,
Samsung is also spearheading efforts to bring innovations in clean energy, healthcare and biotechnology.
Please visit www.samsung.com for more.