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CC Hsiao Ph.D.

President and Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Chung-Chin Hsiao is an exemplary leader with strong entrepreneurial drive and experience in flexible electronics for over a decade. Before joining Cambrios, Dr. Hsiao was a member of the CEO’s technology staff at AUO, where he led the development of flexible electronics including oxide TFT, organic TFT, R2R printing technology, and steered several international cooperating projects for flexible display applications. He then moved on as the COO of Polyera, a pioneer in organic semiconductor materials. He established the subsidiary in Taiwan and built up the 1st flexible OTFT backplane pilot line in Asia. He successfully raised 24 million US dollars for Polyera, and launched the world’s first wearable electronic device with a truly flexible display manufactured on a large size mass production line.

Dr. Hsiao obtained his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at Tsing Hua University, and since then has been deeply immersed in the field of organic flexible electronics, covering OLED/PLED, OTFT and OPV technologies. He has published 14 research articles and holds more than 30 patents.


Michael Spaid Ph.D.

Chief Technology Officer

Michael Spaid is Chief Technology Officer at Cambrios. Prior to joining Cambrios, Spaid served as director of Microfluidics Engineering at Caliper Life Sciences where he directed a core technology R&D group responsible for conceiving and designing microfluidic chips used for biochemical, proteomic, and genomic analysis. Previously, Spaid was a project engineer at Corning, Inc. and served as a National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology where he developed novel computational fluid dynamic modeling techniques for simulating complex multi-component immiscible flows using the Lattice Boltzmann Method. Spaid holds several issued and pending US patents.

He received his bachelor's of science from Tulane University, and his MS and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University in Chemical Engineering.