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Though the world faces enormous energy hurdles in the coming decades as developing countries modernize, Taipei Tech is the pioneer and prominent university that has designed its own electric vehicle called EV-1. In addition, Taipei Tech is the main core of developing electrical vehicle, and will cooperate the plan of "Intelligent Electric Vehicle" with the Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Taipei Tech’s MOU with ESTIA, the Institute of Advanced Industrial Technologies in France has proved fruitful as 3 French students, Kevin Bichelot, Anthony Bidard, and Kevin Puylaurent are now studying at Taipei Tech as exchange students.While on their exchange, the three French exchange students are required to take 5 courses at Taipei Tech. These courses can go towards their credits at ESTIA for graduation. Since they do not know Chinese well, it was mandatory for them to be on standard timetable. The standard time table at Taipei Tech offers a variety of English taught courses. Even though the courses are fixed, they are thrilled to have the opportunity to study subjects other than engineering (ie, management), and expand their knowledge base.
For more than 40 years, National Model United Nations (NMUN), held by the National Collegiate Conference Association (NCCA), provides the opportunity for university-level experimental learning that offers participants insights and perspectives on international issues. NMUN is a global platform that brings together the next generation of international leaders.
Taiwan won one gold and three silver medals at this year’s awards for excellence May 27, given by Paris-based International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI) at its World Congress in Taichung City.
The Imagine Cup is a skill-based competition held by Microsoft with the object to create innovative and original software applications. It includes three competitions and provides multiple challenges to students around the world. At the regional competitions, Taipei Tech student teams presented brilliant performances, winning a champion in Games Competition and a runner-up in World Citizenship Competition, software design. On behalf of Taiwan, Taipei Tech’s champion team, “TOP” will be competing with international teams in the Worldwide Final hosted in Sain Petersburg, Russia in July.
The 32nd Young Designers’ Exhibition (YODEX, 新一代設計展) opens today with original fashion, art and advertising, industrial, digital media and interior designs by local students. YODEX, which serves as a recruitment platform, is built around a juried competition. Among the 59 contenders is National Taipei University of Technology’s Department of Industrial Design, whose entries include an office chair that pulls out so you can nap face-down, and Flapping Ears (愛犬電動速克達), a contoured scooter that gives your pet a comfortable ride and a great view. Tatung University, another exhibitor with a strong record, has toys like the Walkabout, a mobile-phone powered device that’s pushed out from the waterfront to pick up trash a swimmer can’t reach.
Ahead of the 2013 Young Designer’s Exhibition, design students from the National Taipei University of Technology showcased designs that were accepted into the event.
In steps with the school vision of being a green university, the Taipei Tech research and development team, led by Taipei Tech Vice President Wang, announced a new kind of green and sustainable fuel cell. Following closely behind the US, Australia and Japan, Taipei Tech has also successfully developed a much more efficient and green fuel cell for household use.
Situated on the Pacific Ring of Fire, Taiwan is prone to frequent and strong earthquakes. According to the data from the Central Weather Bureau, during the 16 years from 1991 to 2006, there was an average of 18,500 earthquakes per year in Taiwan, of which approximately 1,000 were felt earthquakes.
On November 19th, 2012, Taipei Tech signed an agreement with Tzu Chi University on the collaboration for international humanitarian aid, energy regeneration, and sustainability engineering research and development.