Volume 3 Issue 2 - January 18, 2008
 
Activities

Research Express@NCKU        Jan 18~ Jan 24, 2008

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【NCKU R&D Forum】

R&D Forum
  • Topic: Outline the Vision for the Development of Technology in Taiwan Strategically

    Strategically
    Date: Friday, January 18th, 2008
    Time: 12:00 – 2:00
    Venue: Conference Room 1, 4F, Yun-Ping Building, Kuang-Fu Campus
    Speaker: President Jer-nan Juang from National Applied Research Laboratories
    Note: Please sign up online in advance at http://www.ncku.edu.tw/~rand/ord/R&D_forum.html
    Contact: Ms. Kai-yun Cheng 06-2757575 # 50926


【NCKU Nobel Forum】


Recent Events at NCKU
  • Let’s Listen to Vinyl Music

    Venue: Section of TV, Audio-Visual Center, Medical College, NCKU
    Contact: Mr. Jhong 06-2353535-2085, Ms. Chen 06-2353535-2754
    Time: January 16th – 19th, 9am – 6pm

    Vinyl Music has long been the favorite of the really hardcore music fans, because it can best keep the original taste of music. It appears to be more precious especially in the digital (CD, MP3) time when speed takes the place of quality. In order to help the publish understand the beauty of it, we will play vinyl music for 4 days in a row with a guide, courtesy of Mr. Chi-ming Chen (陳志銘), who is an alumnus of Industrial Design.

    There is also a special talk each day. We invited the experts of vinyl music to share with us their experience and passion.
    Wednesday, January 16th, 12:40 – 2:40
    Topic: Senses of Music
    Speaker: Mr. Cheng-da Tsai (蔡政達. He has a collection of over 30,000 vinyl records. Visit his blog at http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/ikeda9r/)

    Thursday, January 17th, 12:40 – 2:40
    Topic: Dreaming of My Symphony Lover—Vinyl Records
    Speaker: Associate Professor Wen-yu Su of Computer Science and Information Engineering, NCKU

    Friday, January 18th, 12:40 – 2:40
    Speaker: Professor Ming-fui Pang of History at National Chengchi University
    (visit http://www.migishop.com/phpBB2/index.php)
    Topic: Heinrich Gustavovich Neuhaus and his students.

    Saturday, January 19th, 2-4pm
    Topic: Easy Listen, Easy Buy – Introduction to Jazz Vinyl Records

    Speaker: Professor Hsiu-hui Sun of Advertising from National Chengchi University
    (visit http://blog.roodo.com/wisconsin)
  • NCKU Echo: The Beauty of Traditional Taiwanese Folk Songs

    Please visit: http://www2.ncku.edu.tw/ann/shownews.php?sn=4882
    Time: Friday, January 18th, 3:30 – 5:00 pm
    Topic: The Beauty of Traditional Taiwanese Folk Songs
    Speaker: Dr. Nan-hai Huang (He is rated among the 2000 most outstanding musicians of the 20th century by Cambridge University)
    http://tw.news.yahoo.com/article/url/d/a/071109/57/nw7h.html

    You won’t want to miss what he has to share with us this Friday afternoon. Enjoy uplifting music with the fragrance of coffee. Be there with us.
  • Latest News from NCKU Medical Library: Issue 242 – PsycINFO Database

    Read the PsycINFO literature on psychology online:
    http://www.medlib.ncku.edu.tw/acad/medlibmsg.news242.html

    The contents of the database in PsycINFO are from American Psychological Association, which is highly acclaimed worldwide. There are over 1800 journals in psychology in 35 languages. The collection of the database includes books, journals, theses, technical reports, graduate and postgraduate theses; the topics covers psychology, healthcare, education, linguistics, humanity, social science and laws. The keyword search function in this database uses Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms.

    Please sign up for the E-Resources Management Gateway at http://www.medlib.ncku.edu.tw/ermg. For more information, please call 06-2353535 # 5158 or # 5122. Or email: medref@libmail.lib.ncku.edu.tw

  • Conference

    Host: Center for Micro/Nano Science and Technology
    Moderator: Professor Yu-Cheng Lin of Engineering Science, NCKU
    Date: June 22nd – 25th, 2008
    Website: http://apcot2008.ncku.edu.tw/

  • seminar: A Cross-Nation Investigation of Women – Organized by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature
    The capital globalization in the recent 30 years has brought about the capital flow around the world as well as the circulation of culture, information and laborers across boundaries. In addition, under the impact of the post colonialism, the scattering and cross-border phenomenon, multiculturalism and globalization, feminism is facing more challenges. Feminism is thus being constantly revised. This seminar will be conducted to probe deeply into the studies on international women under the trend of globalization from the international perspective. More discussions on the multiculturalism and feminism will be held. The seminar plans to read the essays about international feminism, decolonization, and the relationships between women of different cultural backgrounds, countries and places.
    Time: Friday, January 25th, 2008 1-3pm
    Venue: 7F, Conference Hall, Hsiu-Chi Building, NCKU
    Moderator: Chairperson and Professor Kai-Ling Liu (Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literature)
    Article: Caren Kaplan and Grewal Inderpal. “Transnational Practices and Interdisciplinary Feminist Scholarship: Refiguring Women’s and Gender Studies.” Women’s Studies on Its Own: A Next Wave Reader in Institutional Change. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 2002. 66-81.
    Contact: Assistant Ms. Lin (k2694112@mail.ncku.edu.tw or call 06-275-7575 # 52222)
    Deadline for sign-up: January 20th, 2008
    P.S. Please include your name, department, and title when you email to sign-up.
  • Call for Paper
    Router: A Journal of Cultural Studies
    Topic: Imaging the Rise of China
    Planner and Contact: Dr. Quah Sy Ren (Associate Professor & Deputy Head of Chinese, Nanyang Technological University)
    Email: SRQuah@ntu.edu.sg
    Deadline: March 31st, 2008
    For more detail, visit http://chst.nctu.edu.tw/router/pro/Router4/cfp.html



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