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Taipei Medical University (TMU) and National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) yesterday announced the establishment of a cooperative research platform focused on brain science.
Taipei Tech and Taipei Medical University join hands to establish the Brain Intelligence Technology Center aimed at explore more possibilities between medical and technology.
Taipei Tech celebrates its 106th anniversary on October 28, 2017 with a series of great events on campus. Giving out honorary degree to outstanding alumni is one of the traditions at Taipei Tech. This year, the Conferment of Honorary Degrees for Walter Shen, Chairman of Topkey Group, is part of the University’s celebration.
International Warsaw Invention Show (IWIS) is the largest in Poland and one of the biggest in Europe international event related to innovation and inventiveness. 2017 IWIS, Taiwan team won 60 medals including 1 platinum medal, 31 gold medals, 19 silver medals, 2 bronze medals, and 7 special medals.
The association has supported an industrial-academic cooperation training programme in furniture and carpentry at National Taipei University of Technology and next year, 40 Vietnamese students will undergo one-year vocational training course there.
2017 Taipei International Invention Show and Technomart began on September 28 at TWTC Exhibition Hall 1. Representing Taipei Tech, Dr. Cheng Ta-Wui, Professor at the Institute of Mineral Resources Engineering, was awarded Gold Medal by his patent green technology.
Taipei Tech collaborates with National Education Radio to develop a learning platform using AI technology and Channel+ which can transform radio content into transcript, summary, and keyword. The creative product won the Innovative R&D application award in 52th Golden Bell Award.
2017 Wei Chuan Who’s Next competition encourages student to develop a new food product that can represent Taiwan. The food product designed by Taipei Tech combines these colorful agricultural products and panna cotta won first prize in the contest.
Taipei Tech Department of Industrial Management and Chungbuk National University, Korea jointly held a capstone design presentation started on August 21. More than 30 Students from two countries had the opportunity to exchange their thoughts and ideas during the 3 day event.
Three National Taipei University of Technology student groups have been acknowledged in this year’s Red Dot Design Awards, with two receiving honorable mentions and one receiving the Red Dot Design Concept award.