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Taiwan Innotech Expo 2023: National Central University Tops the List in Awards among Universities and Colleges

Posted on: 2023-10-16    
Photo provided by the Center for Academia and Industry Collaboration, NCU
Photo provided by the Center for Academia and Industry Collaboration, NCU

National Central University honorably garnered 13 awards, including 3 gold, 3 silver, and 5 bronze medals, alongside 2 special enterprise awards, at the prestigious Taiwan Innotech Expo 2023, establishing itself as the leading institution in awards received among universities and colleges.
 
Professor Lin Tang-Huang from the Center for Space and Remote Sensing Research at NCU won a gold medal for his outstanding patent on "Aerosol Optical Depth Spectrum Differentiation for Determining the Typed and Contents of Aerosols." Professor Wu Yu-Ren from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at NCU and Professor Benjamin Lee, also from the same department, received gold medals for their outstanding patents on "The Method for Designing Cutters, Their Structures, and the Method for Manufacturing Rotors" and "Surface Treatment Equipment and Methods and Surface Treatment Methods for Silicon Carbide Materials," respectively, outshining over 600 competing patents.
 
The AUO Special Award recognized Professor Cheng Ko-Ting from the Department of Optics and Photonics at NCU for the invention of the "Privacy-protecting Penetrating Unidirectional Light Source," and Professor Cheng earned both the special award and a silver medal in the invention competition.
 
Professor Benjamin Lee from the Department of Mechanical Engineering received the Foxconn Special Award for the patent "Silicon Carbide Substrate or Substrate-Processing Method." This patent was recognized for its significant contributions to the development and mass production of chips used in electric vehicles.
 
NCU maintains long-term close collaborations with various industries, develops innovative cutting-edge technologies, and produces fruitful outcomes in fields such as space remote sensing, low-orbit satellites, sustainable green energy, smart healthcare, intelligent machinery, and AI empowerment. The university will keep committing itself to industry-academic collaboration.

Photo provided by Professor Cheng Ko-Ting
Photo provided by Professor Cheng Ko-Ting

Photo provided by the Center for Academia and Industry Collaboration, NCU
Photo provided by the Center for Academia and Industry Collaboration, NCU


 
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