NetGames 2010

Panelists

Hermes Chang
Vice President of Executive, MOTIMES Incorporation

Hermes Chang is currently the Vice President of Executive of MOTIMES Incorporation, which is a startup company dedicated to mobile game development. He was the Director of Digital Gaming Division at Rock Mobile Corporation before joining MOTIMES in 2010. Prior to his career at Rock Mobile, Hermes was the Chief Operating Officer at Gemmy Planet Incorporation during 2002 and 2009, where he was responsible for mobile game service and content provisioning. Hermes obtained his Executive M.S. in Finance from City University of New York and his B.S. in Computer Science and Information Engineering from Tamkang University.

Yenwen Tempo Feng
CEO, Liquable Incorporation

Yenwen Feng is the CEO and co-founder of Gamelet.com, which is a flash based social game developer in Taiwan. Since 2008, Gamelet has developed dozens of games in different categories, like multi-player real-time shooting, puzzle, racing, simulation, and social games for many different social network platforms. Yenwen is very experienced in real-time messaging system, web games, and mobile applications developement. He also led the Gamelet team to win Yahoo! Open Hack Day Taiwan in 2008. Before Gamelet, Yenwen was the CEO and co-founder of willmobile Inc., which developed the best-selling mobile financial application in Taiwan.

Yenwen holds an MS in Computer Science and a BS in Electrical Engineering from National Chiao Tung University.

Gilbert Hsieh
Director, GATE Lab, Gamania Digital Entertainment



Gilbert Hsieh obtained his Master degree of computer science from University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, CA, US. His focus domain in USC was computer graphics, especially in 3D rendering.

He worked in Silicon Valley to develop ERP/MRP system for three years, and then joined game industry for more than seven years. The game projects he involved include PS2, XBox, and PC online games. He ever worked as a software engineer, a project manager and a game producer. Now he is the director of Gamania Advanced Technology and Entertainment Lab (GATE Lab) in Gamania Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. His current mission is to lead GATE Lab for doing research in new technologies and integrate these technologies into game engines as well as game development tools for teams in Gamania.

Mark Sung
General Manager, Zillians Incorporation


Mark Sung is the General Manager for Zillians Inc., a startup aimed at developing GPU-based cloud computing solutions for simulating large scale virtual worlds. Mark graduated from Chiao-Tung University in Taiwan with an bachelor and master's degree in computer science, specializing in MMOG development and high performance computing. In his 15 years of programming experience, Mark has played numerous leadership roles building teams and developing PC games.

From 2002 to 2005, Mark was signed on a contract to serve as architect on a large military simulation project in Taiwan. In 2006, Mark joined Taiwan start-up competition "YEF" and became the finalist/delegate. Between 2007 and 2008, Mark joined IBM to work on filesystem for supercomputing at the Almaden Research Center in San Jose. By the end of 2008, drawing from his past research and industry experience, Mark founded Zillians Inc. to exploit GPU computing technology applied to online gaming with the aim of building the world's most powerful app-platform for online game developers.


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