NCU Made a Splash in the 2021 Future Tech Awards
Posted on: 2021-09-15 Author: Center for Academic and Industry Collaboration
NCU took a leading role in the field of space science. The self-developed spacecraft avionics, space missions, and ground operation systems won the recognition of reviewers.
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.
The 2021 FUTEX attracted more than 500 teams from industries, academia, and research institutes to register. With a strict selection process, 100 technologies won the Future Tech Awards. The awards emphasized the “technological breakthroughs” and “industrial applications;” the prize-winning research outcomes were all cutting-edge and innovative technologies in contemporary academia and industries.
NCU is one of the top research-oriented comprehensive universities in Taiwan. In recent years, NCU Global Industry and Research Alliance (NCU GLORIA) has been eagerly encouraging faculty members as well as their research teams to register for various technological contests. Such an effort made NCU one of the biggest winners in the 2021 Future Tech Awards, and NCU also set a new record for the number of award-winning technologies. The public has witnessed and recognized the years of efforts and the research outcomes of NCU in the 2021 FUTEX.