Our department has a comprehensive and innovative curriculum to provide students with professional education across a broad range of disciplines, including the area of electronics, computer modelling, opto-mechtronics, biomedical technology, material technology, energy engineering and green technology. There are three major areas for undergraduate students to focus on:
|Opto-mechatronics||Training students to be mechanical engineers with the design, operation and automatic control of opto-mechatronic systems.|
|Advanced materials and|
|Giving students the knowledge and ability to integrate traditional mechanical engineering, advanced materials and precision manufacturing.|
|Design and Analysis||Offering students an integrated engineering training on design and analysis, and teaching students how to apply to solving real engineering problems.|
In addition to knowledge-based courses, the hands-on activities, the cultivation of creativity, and the capstone courses are specially offered in our training.
Arranging undergraduate students to go to Hiroshima University, Southeastern University to have international academic interactions.
Our Graduate School offers Master and PhD programs including the following areas:
|Department / Graduate Institute||Program||Specialization|
|Mechanical Engineer||Master / Ph.D||Solid Mechanics and Design|
Advanced materials and precision manufacturing
Thermal Fluid Engineering
|Master / Ph.D||Mechatronic System Control|
|Energy Engineering||Master / Ph.D||Energy|
Large research projects include the Design of the IC/PV/LED manufacturing equipment, Energy storage, Fuel cells, Clean coal technology, CO2 capture, Wind power systems, Energy saving , and Taiwan-Russia satellite. The average research budget from 2008 to 2010 is 3.3 million US dollars per year.
Each teacher publishes 2.7 pieces of SCI/SSCI publication per year.