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Research Highlights

Department of Electrical Engineering

  1. Power and Energy Field

Power Deregulation, Power System Stability, Power System Operation and Control, Power Distribution Automation, Power System Quality, Artificial Neural Network Applications, Expert System Applications, Renew Energy and Applications, Rail Power Systems, Unmanned Vehicles, Remote Monitoring and Control Applications, Power-Communication System Integration, Nanotechnology and Its Applications, Power Faults Diagnosis and Remedy for the High-Tech Industry, Power Risk Assessments.

  1. Power Electronics Field

Power Electronics Applications, DC/DC Converters, AC/DC Converters, Inverter Control, IC Design for Power Electronics Control, Energy Monitoring and Control, Technology for Energy Storage, Co-generation, Photo-Electrical Energy, Electric Vehicle’s Power Train Design.

  1. Control Systems Field

Fuzzy Control, Applications of Control Technology, Electric Machinery Control, 3C Integration, Home Automation, Remote Monitoring and Control, Robust Control, Systems Theory and Control, Robotics, Visual Servoing, Real-Time Visual Tracking and Applications, and Intelligent Transportation Systems.

  1. Communications Field

Digital Signal Processing, Communication Systems, Coding and Information Theory, Wireless Communications, Mobile Networking, Speech and Audio Processing, Optical Fiber Communications, Photonic Devices and Materials, Image and Video Processing, Multimedia Communications, Internet, IP-Based Networking.

  1. Computer Systems Field

Digital Systems, Computer Architectures, Reliability Modeling, Distributed System, Information Retrieval System, Distance Education, Database System, Electronics Design Automation, Embedded System, E-Health, Analog IC Design, Radio-Frequency IC Design, Motor control IC Design, Magnetic Sensor Design, High Speed Networks, Optical Networks, Wireless Networks, Multimedia Communications, Queuing Theory, Pattern Recognition, Remote Sensing Images Analysis.

Department of Electronic Enginering

  1. Computer Engineering

Software, hardware, firmware, human interface, single-chip processor, micro-electronic application, information appliance, embedded system, image processing, electro-medical engineering, mobile computing, wireless sensor networks, embedded biomedical system design, asynchronous logic technology, VLSI system design, microprocessor systems, multimedia communications, multimedia SoC design, Machine Learning, Data Mining.

  1. Communication and Signal Processing

Wireless communications, mobile communications, digital signal processing, speech signal processing, speech / speaker / language recognition, speech synthesis, computer aided language learning, baseband communications circuits architecture design, information theory, cross-layer resource allocation, wireless locating and tracking, software-defined radio, software defined network, and optical communication systems.

  1. Electromagnetic Wave Engineering

Microwave circuits and measurements, antennas, wave propagation, EMC, digital wireless, RFID, Microwave and RF IC design, RF transceivers and wireless vital-sign sensing techniques.

  1. Integrated Circuits and Systems

VLSI design, digital communication chip design, analog IC design, mixed-signal chip design, power- management IC Design, RF IC, biomedical IC, digital multimedia chip design, Hard IP design, Soft IP design, electronic design automation, hardware-software co-design, FPGA system design and SOC platform design, microwave and millimeter-wave integrated circuit design, instrumentation and control circuit system design, semiconductor device simulation and modeling.


Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering

NTUT CSIE is recognized for its research activites. Three major research areas in this department are Multimedia Systems, Network Systems, and Software Systems. The research grant comes from a variety of sources including both govearnmental institutes and enterprises, and they granted this department 22 research projects in 2014. The number of projects per faculty member is among the top rank of all the universities in Taiwan.

NTUT CSIE provides many research and enterprise-collaboration opportunities for students, in the form of projects, internship, or scholarship. Students are able to apply what they learn in class to attack realistic problems. Meanwhile, students will be exposed to the state-of-the-art technologies and develop teamwork skills in these research activities.

Department of Electro-Optical Engineering

  1. Optical Communications

In the area of optical communications, we focus on optical access networks, semiconductor optoelectronic devices and optical signal processing. Our research interest includes fiber-wireless convergence, visible light communication systems, radio-over-fiber transport systems, wavelength-division-multiplexed passive optical networks, fiber optical CATV transport systems, fabrication of high-sensitivity and high-speed photon detection devices, all-optical signal processing, and multi-services access optical networks.

  1. Optical Engineering

Optical Engineering Division utilizes the theories of geometrical optics, physical optics, laser physics, and quantum optics to research and develop advanced optical systems. The research field includes optical system design, thin film coating, opto-electric measurement, fiber lasers, short-pulse laser applications, and so on. In addition, technologic consulting service for the industry fields of optics and photonics in Taiwan is provided.

  1. Display Technology

Display Technology group investigate the technology of flat panel liquid crystal display, laser projection and organic light-emitting devices.  In addition to discuss the electro-optical and physical properties of key components, we improve the image quality of the flat panel and develop novel laser projection modules.  Moreover, our group cooperate with the display industry to develop valuable patents as well as technologies and forecast industry trends.

  1. Optoelectronic Material and Devices

Optoelectronic Material and Devices group focuses on the researches of high-efficiency solar cells, solid-state lighting devices, integrated optoelectronic devices, fabrication process and optoelectronic properties of nanomaterials. The research topics include organic and inorganic solar cells, nano-structure green-energy photonics devices, advanced materials and processing, optical microcavity devices, surface plasmon resonance devices, the process development and measurement of semiconductor alloy/doped thin films.