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City Science lab @ Taipei Tech opening ceremony

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City Science lab @ Taipei Tech opening ceremony

City is where we live yet how to make it more livable, convenient, and eco-friendly is an important question that Taipei Tech has been tackled for a long time. Ranks No.2 on the High Rise Building of Green Metric University Ranking worldwide, Taipei Tech invested a lot in green technology R&D. Related results such as Energy Management System, Electric Power Assisted Bike, Solid Oxide Fuel Cell, and Breathable Pavement are some amazing examples Taipei Tech have accomplished to name a few. By collaborating with Massachusetts Institutes of Technology (MIT), Taipei Tech believes that more possibilities would generate toward building a smart city.

The City Science Lab @ Taipei Tech (CSL) will mainly focus on Persuasive Electric Vehicle (PEV) research and development. By contributing in areas including but not limited to Computer Science & Information Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Electro-Optical Engineering, and so on, Taipei Tech expects to be part of the team that brings fundamental changes to the concept of transportation.

Besides transportation system, Taipei Tech and M.I.T are also working on intelligent health care products in order to increase people’s quality of life and to truly achieve the vision of what we would like to call it: smart home in a smart city, in the future.

In the opening ceremony, many distinguished guests including Political Deputy Minister Dr. Yao Leehter, Taipei City Department of Information Commissioner Wei-bin Lee, arrived and send their congratulations. Friends from Institution for Information Industry and A.I.T also showed up to express their support. Taipei Tech alumni Pioneer Material Precision Tech Chairman Rubber Chen, Topkey Corporation Chairman Walter Shen, Chyao Shiunn Electronic Chairman Chang Jui-mei, Mobiletron Electronics Chairman Kim Tsai were all attend the event. The audience applauded when an announcement was made saying a $1 million dollar donation was given by an anonymous alumnus unexpectedly.

In addition to remarks, the lab tour and R&D demonstration afterwards also caught guests’ attention and aroused many discussions.

 

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