AI-Based Brain-Computer Interface Research Team at NCU Set Foot in Future Learning
How could we take a patient with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a confined soul, for a “video ride” by brain wave? A research team of AI-based brain-computer interfaces at NCU has broken through various limitations for recovering ALS patients’ autonomy and dignity. Furthermore, with the help of AI, the team has recently developed a next-gen tiny brainwave control device. In addition to medical treatment, the device can also be applied to future life and future education. With the brainwave control device, one can command a robot proxy for pandemic prevention and control. This innovation unfolds the future of “zero contact.”
NCU Made a Splash in the 2021 Future Tech Awards
The list of winners of the 2021 Future Tech Awards was just released. Thirteen NCU research teams won the prizes, and another 13 technologies were nominated to the final list for demonstration. NCU took the stage at the 2021 FUTEX in the fields of space technology, atmospheric sciences, materials, biotechnology, cognitive neuroscience, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering. The technologies developed by the NCU teams were gaining favors with the reviewers. NCU was one of the biggest winners in the 2021 Future Tech Awards, demonstrating NCU’s strength in research development and innovation.
Fire Dance Art Club from NCU Awarded “Best Club Feature Award”
Flames burning in the dark fly about with arms on the field, leaving traces splendid and brilliant to our eyes. A total of 301 clubs participated in the 2021 National Evaluation of Clubs, and the Fire Dance Art Club from NCU was honorably awarded the “Best Club Feature Award.”
NCU Initiates Partnership to Participate in International Moon Mission in Giant Leap for Taiwan Space Science
In a first for Taiwan, NCU signs MOU with HelioX Cosmos via teleconference to initiate participation in international Moon mission, while working with the Japanese SpaceBD company to support the growth of Taiwan’s space industry.
Cultural Workshop—calligraphy and seal carving
On the evening of March 17, a Cultural Workshop organized by Student Ambassador of National Central University —calligraphy and seal carving session was held in the calligraphy classroom of the building of Liberal Art and Literature.