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A research team led by Nian-Shing Chen, Chair Professor of the Department of Information Management, successfully developed a wearable learning system for badminton training, which provides instant feedback and correction regarding students’ forearm muscle-power exertion in their racket swings.
Using a mobile application, a person can change the transparency of windows at any time! Tsung-Hsien Lin, Distinguished ...
University teachers and students cooperate with the community to transform leftovers into feasts! Recently, the teachers and students of the College of Social Sciences teamed up with the Union of Charity Associations of Kaohsiung City for the “Imperfect Produce Kitchen” campaign at the A-Fu Food Bank. The purpose of the campaign was to promote the concept of using leftovers and cherishing food to improve the quality of life of disadvantaged families in financial difficulty.
The Department of Information Management at National Sun Yat-sen University proposes a curriculum that integrates information technology, artificial intelligence (AI), and management topics to improve students’ ability to combine and use various emerging technologies. Thus, the department can cultivate talent with an expertise of interdisciplinary AI applications that meet the requirements of businesses information technology.
National Sun Yat-sen University recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Kaohsiung Municipal United Hospital, Kaohsiung Municipal Min-Sheng Hospital, Kaohsiung Municipal Ta-Tung Hospital, Kaohsiung Municipal Siaogang Hospital, Kaohsiung Municipal Kai-Syuan Psychiatric Hospital, and Kaohsiung Municipal Fengshan Hospital.
NSYSU Tzu Chi Collegiate Association gathered students to show their respect for the ocean by organizing a beach cleanup, with the event attracting more than 100 students from seven schools in Greater Kaohsiung to join.
NSYSU has recently established the Southern Taiwan Global Research and Industry Alliance with other 5 local universities, under the promotion of the Ministry of Science and Technology Global Research & Industry Alliance Project (GLORIA). Being the first in Taiwan to contract with Oxentia-Oxford’s Global Innovation Consultancy – an OUI (Oxford University Innovation, OUI) innovative spin-off company, the six-university-alliance will endeavor to connect academia research intimately with industrial needs.
NSYSU President Ying-Yao Cheng has recently led a delegation team to Marseille, France and signed collaboration MOU with the Aix-Marseille University and Ecole Centrale de Marseille
Po-Hsun Chen, a NSYSU PhD student in the Department of Physics, has been awarded the honor of the 2017 IEEE EDS PhD Student Fellowship
Besides facilitating the learning potential of Philippino universities in IC circuit designs, the NSYSU teaching delegation team hopes to recruit Philippino students to study in NSYSU Ph.D. programs.
Chair Professor Chen at the Department of Oceanography of National Sun Yat-sen University led a Taiwan–Japan collaborative research team and published a study on global climate change (“Deep oceans may acidify faster than anticipated due to global warming”) in the top international journal Nature Climate Change.
The Compendium of Materia Medica on Chinese herbal medicine records that DangGui (Angelica Sinensis, AS) exhibits the capability to promote blood circulation and nourish the blood functionality. The research team led by NSYSU Associate Professor Chia-Chen Wang has scientifically proven, for the first time that the wisdom documented in the thousands of years of Chinese medicine legacy is not just incidental.