Victor Huang

Victor Huang is a senior level executive seasoned in high technology industrial management, having served in 5 separate startups in Silicon Valley, and led the establishment of the highly acclaimed Institute of Microelectronics (IME) for the Singapore government as part of Singapore’s highly successful high technology industry. His experience spans the telecommunications industry and electronic consumer products, where he is best at technical product development, marketing, defining product and company strategies. Recently his experience has been in Electric Vehicles (EV) and EV infrastructure industry, as well as in connected and autonomous vehicles.

Prior to Sage, Victor was the Chief Advisor of Technology and Product Engineering of ZAP Motors, Inc., a publicly traded NASDAQ company (ZAAP) specializing in Electric Vehicles and products with manufacturing facilities in China. Concurrently, he was VP Better World, Ltd, manufacturer of EV Charge Stations.

At Bell Labs Victor led groundbreaking microprocessor development creating the industry’s first 32-bit CMOS microprocessor the BellMac32A. His career at Bell Labs concentrated on the developing microprocessor market and resulting industry. Following Bell Labs, Victor led developments in Silicon Valley as VP Engineering in the areas of wireless base-stations and telecommunications, mobile consumer electronics such as PDAs, mobile cell phones, web tablets, and e-Readers.

In technology professional activities, Victor is active in the IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization, and he currently leads and hosts numerous standards activities with the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and IEEE professional meeting activities in the electrical vehicle industry. He is a holder of 4 international patents.

Victor holds a PhD in electrical engineering, and he is an IEEE Senior Life member, Life AdCom member of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IES), IES Technical Committee Chair of Standards, IES representative to the IEEE Standards Board, and a member of IEEE Standards Association SCC42 – Transportation Committee.