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The Taiwan Power Company (TPC) recently hosted the High Voltage Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Load Data Creative Application Competition, combining the concept of crowdsourcing and opened data.
NSYSU College of Marine Sciences has recently signed a cooperation agreement with National Defense University Chung Cheng Institute of Technology (NDU CCIT)
Dr. Yang-Yih Chen, the Senior Vice President of National Sun Yat-sen University, has recently led a Kaohsiung Delegation...
To cultivate the next generation of researchers, NSYSU has launched the “3+1+3” seven-year talent cultivation combined degree program starting this spring semester, 2017.
NSYSU recently joins hand with Jiu Zhen Nan (JZN) Pastry Limited and establish NSYSU JZN Brand Research Center. The center is the first brand research center in Southern Taiwan launched via the collaboration of a top academic university and the enterprise.
NSYSU has recently signed an MOU with the P.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IO RAS), signifying an initiation of international collaboration in underwater inspection instrument development, seafloor survey, and related technology exchanges.
NSYSU Office of Library and Information Services (LIS) has introduced the Network Incident analysis Center for Tactical Emergency Response (NICTER) to NSYSU
Professor Jentaie Shiea Receives MOST Award for Outstanding Contribution in Technology Transfer with the project “A ionization device of multi-source, for a mass spectrometry analysis system.”
The APAIE Presidents’ Roundtable was held on March 22th in NSYSU focusing on the collaborations between industry and university.
The Asia-Pacific Association for International Education (APAIE) Conference and Exhibition 2017 has recently taken place at the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center.
In order to increase industrial collaboration, support the new southbound policy, and cultivate new international talents, the “International Youth Consulting & Internship Center” is established by NSYSU College of Management in alliance with the Metal Industries Research & Development Centre (MIRDC).
Echoing Taiwan government’s strategies on particulate matters (PM) 2.5 and declaration to devote 3 trillion dollars on energy transition plans, NSYSU has just launched the first Aerosol Science Research Center (ASRC) in Asia with a spectacular inauguration.