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NCKU 90 and Beyond: Striving for Mutual Success through the Recruitment of International Talent
In the 90th anniversary of National Cheng Kung University’s founding, the “NCKU 90 and Beyond” project was launched to expand the scope of the University’s recruitment of exceptional specialists, scholars, and researchers from domestic to international. This year, a total of 20 foreign scholars were recruited through the project. Dr. Huey-Jen Jenny Su, President of NCKU, expressed her hopes that their scholarly pursuits and innovative endeavors would lead to the further development of extraordinary talent in various fields and thereby inculcate the ideals of educational development and produce mutual accomplishments.
Taiwan-Thailand Collaboration in Smart Healthcare and Delta Electronics (Thailand) PCL. Opening International Recruitment
National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) and Mahidol University (MU) co-hosted an international webinar, titled “International Academia-Industry Collaboration in Smart & Sustainable Society” on February 25, 2021. Collaborated with Delta Electronics Group, a world-renowned electronic manufacturer, the event introduced the prospect of smart society, composed of Delta online recruitment activities and discussions on potentials of academia-industry collaborations between Taiwan and Thailand, attracting the participation of a total of 310 students from 16 Southern and Southeast Asian region and NCKU.
Artificial and Human Intelligence Forum at NCKU: Cultivating the Future of International AI Biomedicine
The Artificial and Human Intelligence International Master Forum and Strategic Cooperation beyond Borders Signing Ceremony took place at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) on February 18th. Sheng-Fu Liang, Director of MOST Artificial Intelligence Biomedical Research Center (MOST AIBMRC), expressed that fields such as Precision Health, Digital Information Communication, and Information Security can be further advanced with the integration of AI. In the midst of a global pandemic, AI technology’s advancement will let the world see Taiwan and expand its international influence.
NCKU Establishes Nation’s First Smart Autonomous Instructional Module with Acer Mule Car Donation
Jyh-Ching Juang, Professor at Department of Electrical Engineering of National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), leads a team dedicated to the innovation and research and development of smart driving technologies. Their research has gained support from Taiwan-based international corporation Acer, which donated three electrical mule cars for autonomous driving tests. By enhancing the instructional energy for the Cyber-Physical System (CPS) in unmanned vehicles, the program aims to boost the development of critical technologies for autonomous vehicles and the cultivation of interdisciplinary talents.