NATIONAL CHENG KUNG UNIVERSITY, TAINAN, TAIWAN
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Volume 17 Issue 8 - March 18, 2011
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Commentary
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Gwo-Bin Lee
Advancement of enabling micro/nano-fluidics technology for biomedical applications
Kuei-Sen Hsu
Sexual Dimorphism in Stress-Induced Enhancement of Hippocampal CA1 Long-Term Depression during Puberty
Huey-Ru Chuang
Research on Millimeter-wave Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) / UWB Communication Transceiver System and CMOS Single-Chip RFICs
Chin-Shou Wang
Prosecutorial Reform under the New Government
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Kyutech Delegation Visited NCKU Vice-President Huey-Jen Su on the 8th
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Kyutech Delegation Visited NCKU Vice-President Huey-Jen Su on the 8th
NCKU Press Center
[ Tainan, Taiwan, March 10th, 2011 ]
A delegation from Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech), Japan, visited Vice President Huey-Jen Su of National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Taiwan, on Tuesday.

NCKU Vice President Huey-Jen Su expressed warmest welcome to the delegation and wished that this visit was the beginning of future collaborations.

To better facilitate the exchange of ideas, also present were Associate Vice President Jar-Ferr Yang of Research and Development, Deputy Director Shean-Jen Chen of Research and Services Headquarter and Associate Vice President Jen-Sue Chen for International Affairs.

Leader of the delegation, Vice-President Hiroyuki Kage, also the director of Kyutech’s Collaboration Center, said, “This second visit of his to NCKU was a follow-up to his first visit a year ago, when he found that the two universities showed similar strengths in terms of their strong ties with the industry.”

Prof. Shinichi Kukuchi from Kyutech Collaboration Center pointed out, “Kyutech and NCKU place strong emphasis on industry-academia-government cooperation and employ professors from industrial and government background. Both universities have already laid excellent foundations for future collaboration.”

Kyutech was established in 1907 in Kitakyushu, one of Japan’s four major industrial sites. As the city prospered due to its industry, air pollution has become an urgent issue. To deal with this issue, Kyutech has closely collaborated with local industries for the sake of environmental protection.

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