Advisory Board


Jürgen C. Binzer

C. Binzer is Vice President of Business Development at Hollingsworth & Vose GmbH in Germany. He graduated with a Master Degree in Mechanical /Paper Engineering from Technical University Darmstadt in 1985. From 2001 to 2007 he was Vice President of the European Engine Filtration Business Unit at Hollingsworth and Vose, USA. Prior to this he was Corporate Manager at J.C. Binzer Papierfabrik GmbH in Germany for 15 years. Jürgen started his career working at different banks in the corporate financing of small and medium enterprises.

He has acquired over 25 years of industry experience and has been involved in the nanofiber-based technology business


Prof. Uwe Klima

Professor Klima is the director of Cardiothoracic- and Vascular Surgery department at the American hospital Dubai since 2009 and works as a Cardiothoracic- and Vascular Surgeon. In 1988, he graduated from the University of Vienna and was awarded a Ph.D. from Hannover Medical School in 2000. He worked at the National University Hospital in Singapore from 2006 to 2009 and he was appointed Full Professor at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore. In addition to his surgical practice, Professor Klima has a strong interest in basic and clinical research. He won three renowned Awards from international Societies, namely the Award for outstanding Medical Achievement, the Professor Dr. Walter Pilgerstorfer Prize and Lillehai Young Investigator Award. He is currently serving as medical advisor to numerous companies such as Medtronic and Kipsbay.


Guenter Paul Mayer

Guenter Mayer is Senior Director for Assembly & Interconnect Technology at Infineon Technology Asia Pacific Pte Ltd. He possesses over 29 years of experience in the semiconductor industry and was appointed in 2011 as Senior Director for Subcontractor Management. He is responsible for all outsourcing assembly and test activities carried out at Infineon.

From 1999 to 2010 he held a position as Vice President Assembly & Interconnect Technology, where he was responsible for all IC package development activities in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Japan. Prior to this he worked in numerous technical positions for international high-tech companies.
Guenter received his education in Information Technology from BFZ Waldkraiburg, near Munich in Germany in 1983. Since 1994, he has been serving as a committee member in the SEMICON Singapore and TAP (Test Assembly Packaging).


 Chua Hong Moh

Chua Hong Mon is a consultant within the Singapore architectural/building industry with more than 35 years of industry practice. He was also a Director and shareholder of a leading architectural practice firm with 40 years of history in re-sculpting Singapore landscape. In addition, Chua is currently on the board of various companies in the Asia Pacific region; serving them as independent advisor and consultant. When China opened to the world in 1979 and by the mid 80’s, Chua’s company was the pioneer batch to crossover into China to establish a presence there. Besides Singapore and China, he has also been active venturing into Malaysia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Saudi Arabia.