Volume 23 Issue 5 - February 22, 2013
Add Bookmark RSS Subscribe BANYAN
Hsien-Chang Chang
Precisely sized separation of multiple particles based on the dielectrophoresis gradient in the z-direction
Tai-Haur Kuo
Compact Dynamic-Performance-Improved Current-Steering DAC with Random Rotation-Based Binary-Weighted Selection
Article Digest
Huey-Ru Chuang
Compact Microstrip UWB Dual-band Band-pass Filter with Tunable Rejection Band
Hsisheng Teng
Structure Features of Nanotubes Synthesized from NaOH Treatment on TiO2 with Different Post-Treatments
The polymorphisms of interleukin 17A (IL-17A) gene and its association with pediatric asthma in Taiwanese population
Shou-Ren Hu
Identification of Optimal Vehicle Sensor Locations Based on the Basis Link Approach
News Release
NCKU Press Center
NCKU-EVA Air MoU to benefit aviation students
NCKU Press Center
NCKU hosts workshop for social study on fMRI application
NCKU Press Center
NCKU overseas service learning team builds toilets in Yunnan
NCKU Press Center
NCKU hosts Chinese New Year gala for international students
Banyan Forum
Editorial Group
NCKU-EVA Air MoU to benefit aviation students
NCKU Press Center
[Tainan, Taiwan, Feb. 20, 2013]
National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan, signed an agreement with EVA Airways Corporation (EVA Air), a Taiwan-based international airline, recently, pledging to offer internships and set up a program called Civil Aviation Engineering Program for university students to get hands-on training.

An internship agreement with EVA Air, the nation's second-largest airline, will provide NCKU students with greater insight into the industry, according to the university.

NCKU President Hwung Hwung-Hweng claimed, “The cooperation between NCKU and EVA Air is the best paradigm of the “high-tech academia-industry collaboration.”

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Austin Cheng, Executive President of EVA Air, and NCKU President Hwung, at a ceremony held at the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics (DAA), NCKU, Feb. 19.

The university and EVA finalized an internship agreement that starts next summer. The internships will take 500 hours in total.

The aviation industry with great growth potential will be the focus for technology innovation, according to Hwung, adding that inviting experts from industry to benefit students in bridging the gap between theory and practice has been the endeavors for the university.

President Hwung was pleased to see the collaboration and pledged to pay more efforts on technology innovation and with which Taiwan’s economy may set to soar.

Copyright National Cheng Kung University