Jen-Hsun "Jensen" Huang was born into the world in 17th February, 1963 in Tainan, Taiwan. Is a Taiwanese-American very rich person finance manager, electrical engineer, and semiconductor tycoon. He fills in as president and CEO of the Nvidia Corporation, which he helped to establish in 1993. Huang moved on from Oregon State University prior to moving to California. He earn a master’s degree from Stanford University. In 2008, Forbes recorded him as the 61st most generously highest paid CEO in a list of U.S. Chiefs and one of the most well off Asian Americans.
While at Oregon State, Huang met his future spouse, Lori, his engineering lab partner at that point. Huang has two child. His family moved to the United States when he was a kid, first living in Oneida, Kentucky, and getting comfortable in Oregon. He moved on from Aloha High School, outside Portland. Huang receive his college degree in electrical engineering from Oregon State University in 1984, and his graduate degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University in 1992.
After college he was a chief at LSI Logic and a microchip planner at Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) on his 30th birthday celebration in 1993, Huang helped to establish Nvidia and is the CEO and president. He own a portion of Nvidia's stock worth about US$1.3 billion as of 2016. He acquired $24.6 million as CEO in 2007, positioning him as the 61st most generously paid U.S. Chief by Forbes.