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In order to enhance global competitiveness and recruit outstanding overseas students, as well as to provide better services for international students, the Office of International Affairs integrated the international student online registration system this year and re-planned various incentives and facilitative measures for overseas students.......
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There are 300,000 people working in Taiwan's semiconductor industry with an annual growth rate of more than 10%. In view of the diversification of 5G, AI computing, electric vehicles, and electronic products applications, Taiwan's computer memory industry in the next few years will continue to invest more than one trillion NT dollars to expand the production capacity to meet long-term consumer demand. Considering the labor shortage in Taiwan's semiconductor industry, the talent shortage in the computer memory industry is even more urgent. In order to solve the talent shortage in enterprises, Chang Gung University and four computer memory companies,......
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Professor Meng-Tsan Tsai of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Associate Professor Hsiang-Chieh Lee of the Graduate Institute of Photonics and Optoelectronics of National Taiwan University are committed to the development of optical imaging technology. The results of their application of optical coherence tomography (OCT) to the skin clinical research have been published in top-tier international journals...

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A team of experts from Stanford University published the list of "World’s Top 2% Scientists" in 2021. A total of 47 full-time faculties of Chang Gung University enter the list, ranking first among all domestic private universities. This result also puts CGU in Taiwan’s Top 10 universities with the most World’s Top 2% Scientists. It has also reinforced Chang Gung University as a leading research university with a great global academic influence and outstanding scientific achievements.

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The SPARK Taiwan Program aims to promote the cultivation of Taiwan’s talents in biomedical, medical material, and translational medicine research. The program organiser works in close collaboration with Stanford University, the cradle of the U.S. biotech industry development. In line with the training model and resources of the Stanford SPARK Program, the program organizer selects local universities that specialize in biomedical and translational medicine research as anchor universities. The ultimate goal is to build an environment suitable for the cultivation of biomedical personnel in response to Taiwan's local needs.