The North America Taiwanese Engineering & Science Association (NATEA), a non-profit and tax- deductible professional organization, was founded by a group of engineers and scientists on March 2, 1991 in Silicon Valley, California USA. Since then, NATEA has grown into twelve (12) Regional Chapters and eight Regional Liaisons throughout the U.S. and Canada with more than 2,500 members and 24 corporate sponsors. NATEA headquarters is located in Silicon Valley and its 12 regional chapters are in Silicon Valley, Southern California, Saint Louis, Greater New York City, Ottawa & Toronto, Canada, Greater Chicago Area, Austin, Dallas, Seattle, Up New York and North Carolina. NATEA's eight Regional Offices are located in Washington D. C., Phoenix, San Diego, Detroit, Columbus, Las Vegas, Vancouver and Taiwan to promote NATEA activities.The NATEA’s major aim is to promote science and technology research, development and their applications, and to provide management and leadership training opportunities for overseas Taiwanese in U.S. and Canada, and their community at large.
The Association serves its members and their communities in different technical and social gatherings, and periodically holds a variety of annual technological conferences, workshops, seminars that are either independently managed by regional chapters or by collaborating with local mainstream professional organizations like IEEE.For example, Silicon Valley chapter has organized two main annual events since 1998: U.S. Taiwan High-Tech Forum (UTHF) and New Frontiers in Computing (NFIC) with IEEE Computer Society.
To learn more, please visit www.uthf.org and nfic-2017.ieeesiliconvalley.org All the events are open to the general public. Noticeably, many members serve in leading-edge technical and managerial positions in various business sectors in North America and are founders of some of the most successful companies in the high-tech and its associated industries.
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