Originator

Professor Kamran Eshraghian

Dr-Ing e.h., PhD., MEngSc., BTech., FIEAust., CPEng

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Professor Eshraghian  is best known in international arena as being one of the fathers of CMOS VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) having influenced two generations of researchers in both academia and industry.  In 1979, he joined the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Adelaide, South Australia, after spending some ten years with Philips Research, both in Australia and Europe. In 1994, he was invited to take up the Foundation Chair of Computer, Electronics and Communications Engineering in Western Australia, and became Head of School of Engineering and Mathematics, and Distinguished University Professor and subsequently became the Director of Electron Science Research Institute. In 2004 he founded  Elabs as part of his vision for horizontal integration of nanoelectronics with those of bio and photon-based technologies, thus creating a new design domain for System on System (SoS) integration. In 2007 he was the holder of inaugural Ferrero Family Chair in Electrical Engineering and visiting Professor of Engineering at University of California Merced prior to his move in 2009 to CBNU, Korea, as Distinguished Professor to lead the World Class University initiative. He has co-authored six textbooks, has lectured widely in very large scale integrated and multi technology systems and has over 40 patents. His current interests remain in the area of nanotechnology within the arena of computational neuro-science. He has founded six high technology companies, providing intimate link between university research and industry. His experience include:
  • Cofounder/Board member of Integrated Silicon Design Pty Ltd., Australia (1983 – 1988)
  • Founder and Board member of Transponder Australia Pty Ltd., Australia (1984 – 1988)
  • Board member of Intelligent Pixel Incorporation, United States (1999 – 2002)
  • Founder/President of ELabs Pty Ltd., Australia (2004 – 2009)
  • Founder and Board member of Planar Photonics Pty Ltd. (2004 – 2007)
  • Cofounder/Director of Innovation Labs Pty Ltd., Australia (2006 – 2011)
  • Cofounder/Director Intelligent LC Pty Ltd., Australia (2007 – 2011)
  • Director, Centre for Gallium Arsenide VLSI Technology, Adelaide (1987 – 1993)
  • Chairman of Executive, School of Engineering and Mathematic, Western Australia (1996 – 2003)
  • Director Centre of Excellence for Microphotonics, Western Australia (2003 – 2004)
  • Director, Electron Science Research Institute, Western Australia (2004)
  • Director, Innovation Labs (2007 – 2011)
  • Director, World Class University (WCU), CBNU, Korea (2009 – 2012).
Professor Eshraghian is a Fellow and life member of the Institution of Engineers, Australia.



Chairman

Farzam Kamalabadi

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Farzam Kamalabadi is a Persian-American who lived and worked globally for over 35 years before returning to settle in the US in 2018.
He is a world-renowned influential personality especially in China, Middle East, Africa, and the West.
In particular he is slated as “The Most Influential Foreign Figure in Modern China History” by Chinese state media, United Nations’ Pictorial magazine, Arabian Business Arabic weekly, and other media in the United States and Europe.
Kamalabadi reads and writes Chinese, speaks several dialects of the language, and is a Master-calligrapher of Chinese, including ancient hieroglyphic script. He is also Senior Economic Advisor to over 20 municipal and regional governments in China. He is the only foreigner who has masterminded and created several rounds of national policy of China, which have been signed, sealed, and endorsed in writing by China’s state leaders including the President, the Premier, and several other key national leaders collectively.
Kamalabadi is the person who guided and directed Africa’s first ever bloodless and zerobullet power transition – Zimbabwe November 2017.
A well-known figure in the oil & gas and energy sector on the global stage, Kamalabadi has been the chairman or first keynote speaker at major petroleum & energy summits. He served in various capacities for economic development of nations as Senior Advisor to a number of countries’ national oil systems, including Oman, Kuwait, and China. He has successfully handled various oil and petrochemical trading deals and projects such as securing exploration rights and concessions. He is the only foreign personality in both the two national and several provincial private oil and gas associations of China in the first decade of their formation.
As the originating founder of the New Silk Road policy and China-GCC/MENA/Central Asia cooperation corridor, Kamalabadi was instrumental in China-Tajikistan boarder opening; China-Oman trade volume hyper jump from $600mm to $11Bn between 2001 to 2007; Gulf Cooperation Council’s series of Sovereign Wealth Funds’ investments into Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) and Agricultural Bank of China (ABC), the first ever in world history.
Kamalabadi has executed iconic financial deals which include US Exim Bank loan to 56 Chinese cities for environment solutions, as well as nearly 100 private and public deals in various sectors world over.
Kamalabadi’s personal philosophy is to establish a sustainable global system and mature enterprises which will contribute towards the building of a new and equitable world.




CEO

Mr. Pico GOH

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Pico GOH has more than 30 years of experience in various IT companies and global leading software solution in Sales, Pre-Sales, Technical leader, Consulting and Strategic planning. Prior to establishement of the Radcard.com He was one of the most insight giving adviser and consultant at the Samsung SDS Global education platform, and as Engagement manger of the Akamai Inc and various companies's country manager such as Arcshight and Crossbeam systems. His innovative thoughts and harmonious leadership with balanced business experience and capability has been grounded from his extensive knowledge and technology background that was built global cross-cultural work and service organizations.