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This three-month project brought students from Taiwan and Japan together working on improving lifting farmers’ burden. Funded by Taipei Tech, Osaka Institute of Technology, and Yanmar Company, Taipei Tech team was send to Kyoto’s countryside and to learn about local farmers working environment.
Special Exhibition of Taiwan Ceramic Society hosted by Taiwan Ceramic Society and co-organized by Taipei Tech Department of Cultural Vocation Development invited 24 ceramists to showcase their works on Taipei Tech’s campus.
In 2018, Taipei Tech will offer a five-year associate degree program on Intelligent Automation that consists of 30 students. This program aims at cultivating engineers for Taiwan’s industry. The classes will all be taught in English and only opens to top students.
Stray animal is a problem that nobody wants to see and something needed to be fixed. Led by Dr. Ye Wen-shao, three students at Taipei Tech tackled on this issue with technology.
ried Tofu is a common food in Eastern countries yet not so much in Eastern countries. Dogan Tofu Press designed by Taipei Tech student Liu Yu-ting simplified the process of making dried Tofu and was reported by the BBC for its creativity.
The 2017 Taipei International Design Award announced its winners on Oct. 26. Led by Dr. Zheng Mong-cong, Taipei Tech team won two Distinction of Industrial Design awards with their works Wingnal and Equidistant.
Taipei Tech i Foundry and InnoMaking Space celebrate its 2nd anniversary on November 9. I foundry aims at assisting start-ups throughout the process by providing services such as matching, consulting, and space etc.
Over 10% of founders, board directors, CEO of Taiwan’s listed stock companies are Taipei Tech alumni. We dedicated in boosting innovation and entrepreneurship on campus. In order to do so, we invited 6 successful entrepreneurs back to school and shared their stories with students.
From October 27 to November 11, Li Bing-gui's wood-carving exhibition will be held at Taipei Tech Arts Center. Li Bing-gui is officially recognized by Ministry of Culture as a master in Zao-hua whose family were all in the same business for six generations.
The first dual-degree EMBA program officially approved by Taiwan’s Ministry of Education is now open for registration. Offered by Taipei Tech and the University of Texas, Arlington, the program has made a tremendous progress in both teaching/learning and academic collaboration since its first class launched in 2016.