Volume 31 Issue 8 - April 27, 2018
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Article Digest
Han-Ching Wang
Integrative research outcomes of shrimp immunity, pathogenesis and microbiomics
Woei-Jiun Guo
Plant and Microbes- Relationship of pros and cons
Dar-Bin Shieh
My nano voyage (Acceptance speech of Hou C-H Distinguished Honorable Award of THS foundation)
Charles C. H. Lin
Ionospheric plasma hole and gigantic shock waves induced by the launch of FORMOSAT-5 using the Space-X rocket
Bor-Shyang Sheu
H. pylori study in NCKU and overcome difficult-issues of digestive tract
Tai-Haur Kuo
A Four-Phase Buck Converter With Capacitor-Current-Sensor Calibration for Load-Transient-Response Optimization That Reduces Undershoot/Overshoot and Shortens Settling Time to Near Their Theoretical Limits
Chuan-Pu Liu
On enhancing capability of tribocharge transfer of ZnO nanorod arrays by Sb doping for anomalous output performance improvement of triboelectric nanogenerators
Yung-Chun Lee
Waveguide plasmon resonance of arrayed metallic nanostructures patterned on a soft substrate by direct contact printing lithography
News Release
NCKU Press Center
Taiwan, Singapore team up on smart technology development
News Release
NCKU Press Center
Prof. Shaw-Jenq Tsai’s Teamwork on Cancer Cell Research Becomes First Taiwanese Study to Be Recognized in the Best of the AACR Journals
NCKU Press Center
NCKU College of Medicine and Harvard School of Dental Medicine Sign MOU
NCKU news center
Groundbreaking of NCKU College of Medicine’s Second Research Building: Renewed Focus on Developing Geriatric Research
NCKU Press Center
Department of Electrical Engineering presents Edison-Hopkinson dynamo to public
NCKU Press Center
Raise the Torch for a sustainable future – Dr. Brundtland received an honorary doctorate from NCKU President Dr. Su
NCKU Press Center
NCKU World Islam Campus Summit 2018
Banyan Forum
Editorial Group
Taiwan, Singapore team up on smart technology development
NCKU Press Center
Tainan City-based National Cheng Kung University and Singapore Technologies Engineering Electronics Ltd. concluded a memorandum of understanding on smart technology development March 7 in southern Taiwan.

Under the private-academic sector pact, the two sides will leverage their respective research and industrial strengths to jointly advance self-driving technology, build a smart campus, and promote medical care and transportation.

During the initial stage, efforts will revolve around creating automotive vehicle testing and validating systems based on NCKU’s proprietary smart car project, as well as dedicated assessment procedures and processes with National Applied Research Laboratories under the Ministry of Science and Technology.

NCKU President Su Huey-jen said smart technology is an R&D priority and the university is dedicating more resources to key areas such as engineering, medicine, transportation and urban design. The institution also maintains a close relationship with Taiwan’s leading research organizations like state-backed Industrial Technology Research Institute.

According to Su, a 2017 study by U.K.-based marketing firm Juniper Research shows Singapore is a global leader in smart technology development. The partnership will provide NCKU with a great opportunity to learn from the city-state’s successful experiences and high-tech know-how.

In response, STEE Executive Vice President Low Jin Phang described NCKU as an ideal partner given its track record in R&D and talent cultivation. He expects the win-win collaboration to result in spectacular smart living applications and synergies with global uses. (SFC-E)

article from Taiwan Today , Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China (Taiwan)
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