Endicott Interconnect Technologies, Inc.’s (EI) Jianzhuang (Jay) Huang, R&D Engineer, was recognized by the Southern Tier Opportunity Coalition (STOC) at a ceremony on February 8th, 2010 for his professional and community achievements.
Jay holds a BS in computer engineering and a MS in electrical engineering from Binghamton University’s Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science and is currently pursuing his PhD in electrical engineering. In his first assignment, Jay developed a new defect detection algorithm and incorporated it in the original software control system, far exceeding the expectations and requirements of the task. In addition, he has volunteered his talents to teach children in a summer program in Brooklyn, N.Y. and supports the local United Way.
“His contributions to new technology development, such as optical wave guides and signal integrity analysis are highly commendable and he is an ideal candidate to become a leader in this field,” commented Raj Rai, VP and GM of EI’s Microelectronics Division.
The “20 in their Twenties” program recognizes 20 members of the community between the ages of 20 and 29 who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of academia, community services, leadership, personal growth, or professional achievement. STOC, an academic and private sector partnership aimed at driving economic growth in the Southern Tier of New York State, created the program to recognize and encourage the area’s future leaders who make positive contributions to the community.