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NO.004 / Publication Date:April 11th, 2008
Editor's Note

In this issue of “NTU Alumni News”, we have provided our readers with some important and honorable NTU news. In the “Special Report” column, three distinguished NTU alumni-Dr. Burn-jeng Lin, Dr. Mao-chung Chang, and Dr. Lee-lueng Fu- were awarded U.S. National Academy of Engineering (NAE) membership. In the “Honors” column, NTU achieved good results in Webometrics’ ranking-NTU website ranked the73rd in the world and the 2nd in Asia in January, 2008. Furthermore, Professor Ja-ling Wu, Professor Chorng-kuang Wang, and Professor Pai-chi Li are elected as 2008 IEEE Fellow, which makes NTU own the highest number of IEEE Fellow in Taiwan! Professor Din Ping Tsai also attracted international attention and became a Fellow of the American Physical Society.

For the “Research Achievements” column, we want to share great pride with our alumni. In the 2008 International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), NTU has seven theses accepted for presentation at ISSCC, a feat that remains unrivalled in the world! Also, chronic research of professor Shinn-Chih Wu on florescent pigs was reported in a documentary named “Super Pigs”, which was broadcasted worldwide in National Geographic Channel in March 2008!

 

special report

 

Dr. Burn-jeng Lin (left), Dr. Lee-lueng Fu (middle), and Dr. Mau-chung Chang (right) are three NTU alumni who are elected as new members of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering!

The NTU Trio Awarded NAE membership-Dr. Burn-jeng Lin, Dr. Mao-chung Chang, and Dr. Lee-lueng Fu Are to be Congratulated for Their Accomplishments in Engineering!

NTU alumni won international recognitions again!! Three graduates of NTU were recently elected members of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering. They are; Dr. Burn-jeng Lin, who currently works at the Taiwan Semiconductors Manufacturing Company, Dr. Mau-chung Chang and Dr. Lee-lueng Fu, who reside in Southern California with professional involvements in technology, engineering and education...>>Full Text

 

Research Achiements

NTU Achieved Good Results by Winning the 73rd Place in the World in Webometrics’ World Universities Rankings

The results of the survey of world universities rankings on the web conducted by Webometrics were released in January. In the current rankings, NTU emerged triumphant again by winning the 73rd place in the world and the 2nd place in Asia...>>Full Text

 

NTU  Has the Highest Number of IEEE Fellows in Taiwan

The U.S. Head Office of IEEE finished its selection process of the 2008 fellows on November 18th. NTU’s College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science has three professors who made the honor list. They are: Professor Ja-ling Wu, Professor Chorng-kuang Wang, and Professor Pai-chi Li...>>Full Text

 

Professor Din Ping Tsai of the Physics Department Distinguishes Himself by Becoming a Fellow of the American Physical Society

Owing to his outstanding achievements in the field of optics, Professor Din Ping Tsai of the Department of Physics attracted widespread international attention and recently became a fellow of the American Physical Society!  As the selection process is extremely rigorous, to become a fellow of the American Physical Society has been the highest honor pursued by physicists all over the world...>>Full Text

Honors

NTU Tops the World in the 2008 International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) with Seven Theses Accepted for Presentation

The International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) was scheduled to take place from February 3rd -7th 2008 in San Francisco, California. Statistics have shown that NTU ranks the sixth place in global industrial and academic institutions, and starting from 2005, NTU has occupied the first place in academic institutions for six years in succession...>> Full Text

 

NTU Research Results Unrivalled in the World: The Florescent Pigs Research Team Gloriously Reported by the National Geographic Channel International

Professor Shinn-Chih Wu’s years of research and outstanding scientific achievements of florescent pigs were reported in a documentary named “Super Pigs” which was broadcasted worldwide in National Geographic Channel’s “Taiwan to the World S2”series in March 2008, and NTU is proud to have its academic prestige recognized internationally...>> Full Text

 

NTU Distinguished Chair Professors Give Lectures and Share Their Research Achievements

Shie-Ming Peng : "Atoms, Molecules and Molecular Metal Wires, Switches"   

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Chung-Yuan Mou : "Chemistry in Nanospace"

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