2021 “Global Views Monthly” magazine for “Taiwan’s Best University Rankings -No. 1 Private University in Liberal Arts, Law, and Business
2021 AIGO Problem Solving Competition Dr. Chih-Yung Chang and the Inter-University Team Obtained 7 More Cases
Professor Chih-Yung Chang, Professor Kuei-Ping Shih of the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, Professor Shih-Jung Wu of the English Bachelor Program of the Department of Innovative Information and Technology, Professor Wen-Hua Liao, Director of the Institute of Information and Decision Sciences from the National Taipei University of Business, and Professor Gwo-Jong Yu of the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering from the Aletheia University, formed an inter-university team and participated in the "2021 Annual AI Industry Practical Application Talent Refining Project-Talent Problem Solving Competition," sponsored by the Bureau of Economics and Industry (AIGO competition for short), successfully obtained 7 cases from the 231 available cases. Each case approved a finalist prize of 150,000 NTD, totaling 1.05 million. The inter-university team won the award again, and this year has been recognized by the jury for three consecutive years. Dr. Chih-Yung Chang said that he is very happy to lead the students to use AI technology to propose related solutions for the industry with the inter-university team. The team members also brainstormed and proposed various AI problem-solving technical frameworks and steps to assist enterprises in developing AI innovation application services which enabled students to meet industrial needs and cultivate AI application talents.
6300 Graduates Turn the Tassel Synchronously via Commencement Ceremony Live Stream
Department's Development Awards Announced - School Affairs Meeting Praised the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Accounting, Educational Technology, and Mechanical and Electro-Mechanical Engineering
Ten Years of International Seminars – A Letter from Haruki Murakami
The Haruki Murakami Research Center held the "2021 Haruki Murakami 10th International Academic Symposium" on June 5th and 6th. Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the country was upgraded to the third level of pandemic alert measures. A two-day seminar was changed to be held online, with more than 209 people participating from 9 countries including Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Austria, the United States, and Germany. This seminar was hosted by Dr. Chiu-Kuei Tseng, the Director of the Haruki Murakami Research Center, and invitations were sent to important guests like Dr. Wan-Bau Wu, the Dean of the College of Foreign Languages & Literatures, Ikuyo Murashima, Minister of Publicity and Culture Taipei Office - Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association, and Far East University (Korea) Professor檢校裕朗. Dr. Wan-Bau Wu said in a speech that due to the impact of the pandemic, this year’s seminar was originally scheduled to be held in Tokyo. Although I may not meet one in Tokyo, we still gathered online to share Haruki Murakami’s research results. Thank everyone for participating and I want to bless everyone for starting a new life under the pandemic.