Supervisory Board​​

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Martin C.J. van Pernis

Mr. van Pernis was elected as member of the Supervisory Board in May 2010 and was lastly reappointed on May 18, 2020, for a period of two years.

Mr. van Pernis made a career at Siemens fulfilling several executive positions. He joined Siemens in 1971 and retired from the Siemens Group at the end of 2009 as Chairman of the Management Board of Siemens Nederland NV.

Mr. van Pernis chaired Supervisory Boards of several companies and is currently Chairman of the Supervisory Boards of the Dutch listed companies Aalberts NV and CM.com NV. and member of the Advisory Board of G4S Netherlands. As board member of the Koning Willem ! Foundation, he is chairman of the jury (bestuursadviescollege) of the Koning Willem 1 company awards.

Mr. van Pernis studied electrical engineering at the Technical University Delft and Technical High School The Hague, the Netherlands, and law and economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Mr. van Pernis is a Dutch national

DIDIER R. LAMOUCHE

Mr. Lamouche was elected as a member of the Supervisory Board on May 18, 2020, for a period of four years.

Mr. Lamouche was until the end of 2018 the CEO of IDEMIA (formerly Oberthur Technologies) which is the world leader in security and identity solutions. Prior to that he was the CEO of the Euronext listed Bull Group until 2010. And before that he had senior several executive positions in the semiconductor industry; latest as COO of ST Microelectronics and CEO of ST-Ericsson until 2013.

Mr. Lamouche has been holding non-executive position at the boards of Soitec and STMicoelectronics, and is currently Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Utimaco, a leader in the cybersecurity space, and non-executive Chairman of the Board at Quadient, a company listed on Euronext and leader in Enterprise communication systems. He is a member of the Supervisory Board of Adecco since 2011 (listed on the SIX in Zurich),ACI worldwide, a leading software company serving the fintech industry ,listed on Nasdaq and Imagination ltd. , a leading semiconductor IP company, private equity backed.

Mr. Lamouche graduated in 1981 from the Ecole Centrale de Lyon as an engineer, and has a PhD in semiconductor technology. Mr. Lamouche is a French national and Chevalier of Legion of Honor.

​​Stefanie Kahle-Galonske
​Mrs. Kahle-Galonske was elected as a member of the Supervisory Board on May 22, 2017, for a period of four years.

Since April 2016 Mrs. Kahle-Galonske is Group CFO of Egon Zehnder International in Zurich, Switzerland. From March 2013 till March 2016, she was CFO of Markem-Imaje at Dover Corporation based in Geneva, Switzerland. Between January 2007 and February 2012, she held various senior executive positions at NXP Semiconductors in France and the Netherlands.

Mrs. Kahle-Galonske in the past served as non-executive board member of Micronas Semiconductors in Switzerland and Nu-Tune Singapore.

Mrs. Kahle-Galonske graduated in Economics at the Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) since 2002. Mrs. Kahle-Galonske is a German and Swiss national.

ADALIO T. SANCHEZ

Mr. Sanchez was elected as a member to the Supervisory Board on September 29, 2021.

Mr. Sanchez has over 35 years of experience in the tech industry and is a successful senior executive with strong operational acumen and track record in growing complex global businesses. Mr. Sanchez was with IBM Corporation from 1982 to 2014 where he held various senior executive officer and global general management roles. Most recently he led two IBM divisions - the x86 systems unit and Retail Store Solutions point-of-sale unit. Prior roles included Vice President of Corporate Strategy, and before that he ran IBM’s Microelectronics division, where he was responsible for semiconductor process technology development, manufacturing, engineering, and the intellectual property portfolio. He also led IBM’s UNIX system division.

Following the divestment of the IBM x86 division to Lenovo Group Limited, Mr. Sanchez moved to Lenovo and, from 2014 to 2015, served as Senior Vice President of the Lenovo’s Enterprise Systems Group.

Mr. Sanchez currently serves as a non-executive member of the Board of Directors of the Nasdaq-listed US based companies: Avnet, Inc. a global semiconductor sales and distribution company; ACI Worldwide, Inc. an electronic payments software company; and Snap One Holdings Corp., a smart home technology solutions and distribution company.

Mr. Sanchez has a bachelor in electrical engineering from the University of Miami, and an MBA from the Florida International University. He is a US national.

MARC J.C. DE JONG

Mr. de Jong was elected as a member of the Supervisory Board on May 28, 2018, for a period of four years.

Mr. de Jong was CEO of LM Wind Power A/S until April 2018. Before that he was the executive general manager of InnoMarket B.V. Prior thereto and until 2009 he was a member of the executive management team of NXP Semiconductors, after which he was until 2013 responsible at Philips Lighting for professional lighting solutions and at the same time member of the group management committee of Philips.

Mr. de Jong is currently member of the Supervisory Boards of Nissens A/S, FiberLine Composites A/S and Polytech A/S based in Denmark and Sioux B.V., Fugro N.V. and BDR Thermea Group B.V. (chairman) based in the Netherlands.

Mr. de Jong holds a Master’s degree in Physics and Mathematics from the VU University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration (executive program) from the Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands and Rochester, USA. Mr. de Jong is a Dutch national.

MONICA DE VIRGILIIS

Mrs. de Virgiliis was elected as member of the Supervisory Board on May 18, 2020, for a period of four years.

Mrs. de Virgiliis fulfilled until mid-2019 the role of chief strategy officer of CEA, the French Atomic & Alternative Energy Commission. Preceding that she had senior executive positions at Octo Telematics, Infineon Technologies, and a long career within ST Microelectronics fulfilling several senior executive roles. She has recently founded Chapter Zero France, under the auspices of the World Economic Forum as a part of the global Climate Governance Initiative.

Mrs. de Virgiliis is currently a non-executive director at SARAS, a Milan listed company.

Mrs. de Virgiliis studied at the University of Turin (Politecnico di Torino) where she received her master’s degree in electronic engineering summa cum laude. She holds a dual nationality: Italian and French.

PAULINE F.M. VAN DER MEER MOHR

Mrs. van der Meer Mohr was elected as a member to the Supervisory Board on September 29, 2021.

Mrs. Van der Meer Mohr is a seasoned non-executive director and brings over 35 years of experience in leadership positions in multinational businesses and academia. She started her career as a lawyer before making a career at the Royal Shell group from 1989 to 2004. After that she became the Group HR Director of TNT N.V. followed by fulfilling the role of Senior Executive Vice President and Head of Group HR for ABN AMRO Bank N.V. She was President of the Executive Board of Erasmus University Rotterdam from 2010 until 2016. During this period she was also a member of the Banking Code Monitoring Commission.

Mrs. Van der Meer Mohr currently serves as non-executive director of London listed HSBC Holdings Plc and  NASDAQ listed Viatris Inc., and she chairs the Supervisory Board of EY Netherlands LLP. She is also chairing the Dutch Monitoring Committee Corporate Governance since 2019. In the recent past she was a member of the Supervisory Boards of Dutch-based ASML Holding N.V. and DSM N.V.

Mrs. Van der Meer Mohr has a master degree in law from the Erasmus University Rotterdam, and has a master in advanced dispute resolution from the University of Amsterdam. She is a Dutch national.

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