executive team
Joseph Chan
Joseph graduated from University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Architecture. With a team of entrepreneurial engineers, Joseph co-invented a mobile payment platform and successfully commercialized the application in various Asian markets. Joseph earned his M.B.A. from Richard Ivey School of Business with the Dean's Medal. He joined PLANETii in 2005 with an entrepreneurial spirit and brought the inventive math learning platform to over 100 elementary schools. At the same time, he continues to build a strong institutional alliance and a growing user base for PLANETii. Currently, Joseph serves as PLANETii's CEO and his main focus is to expand the product suite and distribution network to allow more students from the rest of the globe to benefit from PLANETii's technology innovation and quality education.

collective talents
PLANETii's team is a group of passionate individuals with tremendous energy, creativity, and talent. Founded in 2000, PLANETii has since grown into a multi-national company intent on bringing personalized math instruction to a global audience.

Instrumental in the development of our products have been alumni from Harvard, Cornell, Penn, Columbia, Stanford, Berkeley, M.I.T., and Yale. Our design team hails from RISD, Cornell, SCAD, Parsons School of Design, and Pratt Institute.

We are a culturally diverse group coming from 10 different nations across Asia, Europe, and North America. This diversity enables us to recognize the global applications of math and use the best teaching methods from around the world to help your child learn.

Patrick Henry Winston
Ford Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science at M.I.T.
Patrick Henry Winston is Ford Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) Winston provided technical support to PLANETii to create the world's most advanced and unique math practice system.

Carl Winter
Graduated from Cornell University, Bachelor of Science
Carl Winter graduated from Cornell University, Bachelor of Science in Design & Environmental Analysis: Interior Design. Upon graduation from Cornell University, he used the creative problem-solving skills he had learned to help build PLANETii. His extensive work in curriculum and algorithm development helped imagine the interactive world for the SmartMath Practice user experience.

Ernest Tse
The Member of Hong Kong Curriculum Development Council
Ernest Tse is an adviser of PLANETii on its math curriculum. He gave useful advice to PLANETii and helped us effectively localize our math curriculum to Hong Kong standards.

Fast Facts
  Students Served: More than 32,000 students in 100 primary schools
  Number of locations: Offices located in US, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Guangzhou.
  Language Covered: SmartMath Practice is available in English, Korean, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.
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