Dual Degree

Dual Degree

SERVICE OVERVIEW

NCUT-Cmru Dual degree

Dual Degree Program Agreement

Degree Conferral
National Chin-Yi University of Technology:
Master of Science 
(Refrigeration, Air-Conditioning and Energy Engineering)
M.S. (Refrigeration, Air-Conditioning and Energy Engineering)

Chiang Mai Rajabhat University:
Master of Science (Community Energy and Environment)
M.S. (Community Energy and Environment)

Applications
National Chin-Yi University of Technology:
     (1) Application qualifications: Applicants must be a Master student at the Department of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Energy Engineering.
     (2) Application procedure: Applications should be submitted to NCUT before the international student admission application to CMRU. 

Chiang Mai Rajabhat University:
     (1) Application qualifications: Applicants must be a Master student at Asian Development College for Community Economy and Technology.
     (2) Application procedure: Applications should be submitted to Chiang Mai Rajabhat University before the student admission application to National Chin-Yi University of Technology. 

Study Plan for National Chin-Yi University of Technology Students:

Year/Semester

Month

Host University

Year 1 Semester 1

September – January

NCUT

Year 1 Semester 2

February – June

NCUT

Year 2 Semester 1

October – February

CMRU

Year 2 Semester 2

June – October

CMRU

Study Plan for Chiang Mai Rajabhat University Students:

Year/Semester

Month

Host University

Year 1 Semester 1

June – October

CMRU

Year 1 Semester 2

October – February

CMRU

Year 2 Semester 1

September – January

NCUT

Year 2 Semester 2

February – June

NCUT

Courses and Credits
National Chin-Yi University of Technology:
     (1) Master’s students of National Chin-Yi University of Technology are required to complete a minimum of two semesters at National Chin-Yi University of Technology and at least two semesters at Chiang Mai Rajabhat University.
     (2) Master’s students of National Chin-Yi University of Technology are exempted from the CMRU remedial courses (i.e. COM 5101 Computer for Graduate Studies and ENG 5101 English for Graduate Studies)
     (3) Master’s student of National Chin-Yi University of Technology must complete all the required credits, 12 credits of elective course, the Master thesis (6 credits), and at least 30 credits at Chiang Mai Rajabhat University to be conferred with the dual degree.

Chiang Mai Rajabhat University:
     (1) Master’s students of Chiang Mai Rajabhat University are required to complete a minimum of two semesters at Chiang Mai Rajabhat University and at least two semesters at National Chin-Yi University of Technology.
     (2) Master’s student of Chiang Mai Rajabhat University must complete all the required 30 credits at Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, and at least 9 credits of elective courses and 6 credits of thesis at National Chin-Yi University of Technology to be conferred with the dual degree.
Refer to
     Annex 1: Program Structure
     Annex 2: Course List
     Annex 3: Proposed Dual Degree Study Plan
     Annex 4: Course Description

Fees

     (1) Students should pay credit fees in accordance with standard of the university where they have registered.
     (2) During their study in the program, National Chin-Yi University of Technology students are still required to register at National Chin-Yi University of Technology and pay tuition, miscellaneous fees, and health insurance in accordance with Article 8 of Guidelines for International Exchange Students, as well as any fees or expenses required by Chiang Mai Rajabhat University. Chiang Mai Rajabhat University students are required to register at NCUT and pay tuition at least 2 semesters and other fees in accordance with National Chin-Yi University of Technology.
     (3) Chiang Mai Rajabhat University required CMRU students to register at CMRU and pay tuition fees at least 4 semesters. National Chin-Yi University of Technology students are required to register at CMRU and pay tuition at least 2 semesters and other fees in accordance with Chiang Mai Rajabhat University.
Refer to Annex 7: Fees

Health or Injury Insurance Documents
Students should provide health or injury insurance documents.

 

Fees

CMRU

Tuition fees18,000 baht/semester
International Student fees15,000 baht/semester
Fees: 
Application Fee300 baht
Credit Transfer Fee500 baht per course
University Damaged Insurance1,000 baht
Qualifying Exam Fee500 baht
Thesis Defense Fee4,000 baht
Estimate total cost to receive degree conferred from CMRU:
For NCUT Students
74,300 baht

NCUT

Tuition feesNT 40,465/semester
Miscellaneous feesNT 11,750/semester
Health insurance NT 293/semester
Computer FeeNT 120/semester
Estimate total cost to receive degree conferred from NCUT:
For CMRU Students
NT 105,256

Note:   Students have to pay all fees at registered host university. 

Annex 1-6

 

CMRU

NCUT

Course

Plan A Type A2

Course

Credit

Credit

1

Fundamental Course

6

2

Required Course

15

Required Course

4

3

Elective Course

(no less than)

12

Core/Optional  Course

24

4

Thesis

12

Thesis

6

5

Remedial Course

no credit

 

 

Total Credits(no less than)

45

 

34

CMRU

  1. Fundamental Course                                                                                                                 6 credits

CEN 5101

Research Methodology in Science and Social Science

3

CEN 5102

English for Community Energy and Environment

3

  1. Required Course                 15 credits

CEN 5201

Community Energy

3

CEN 5401

Community Environmental Studies

3

CEN 5402

Green City Planning and Configuration

3

CEN 5911

Seminar I

3

CEN 5912

Seminar II

3

  1. Elective Course

Plan A Type A2  (no less than)                                                                                     12 credits

CEN 5202

Solar Energy

3

CEN 5203

Biofuel Energy

3

CEN 5204

Wind Energy Technologies

3

CEN 5205

Hydrogen Energy Technologies and Applications

3

CEN 5206

Fuel Cell Theories and Applications

3

CEN 5207

Thermodynamics and Energy Conversion

3

CEN 5208

Photovoltaic System

3

CEN 5301

Energy Leader and Community Knowledge Management

3

CEN 5302

Energy Economics

3

CEN 5303

Green Business

3

CEN 5304

Community Studies and Development

3

CEN 5403

Smart Grid and Energy Management

3

CEN 5404

Landscape Development and Community Environmental Management

3

CEN 5405

Community Ecology System and Nature Conservation

3

CEN 5406

Community Environmental Pollution Control

3

CEN 5407

Physical and Environmental Control of Green Building

3

CEN 5408

Selected Topic in Community Energy and Environment

3

CEN 5409

Internship

3(135)

  1. Thesis 12 credits

CEN 5901

Thesis

12 (540)

  1. Remedial Course No credits

COM 5101

Computer for Graduate Studies

3

ENG 5101

English for Graduate Studies

3

 

 

 

 

NCUT

 

  1. Required Course                                                                                                                    Credits

Seminar I

1

Seminar II

1

Seminar III

1

Seminar IV

1

 

  1. Core Optional Course                     Credits

Refrigeration and Air Condition System Engineering

3

Advance Thermodynamics

3

Advanced Heat Transfer

3

Advance Fluid Mechanics

3

 

  1. Optional Course                                                                                                                     Credits

Computational Fluid Dynamics

3

Environmental Control of Sustainable Building

3

Cleanroom HVAC System Design

3

Temperature & Humidity Control Design

3

Food Freezing and Cold Storage

3

Fuel Cell Theory and Applications

3

Vacuum Freeze Drying

3

Energy Engineering Practices

3

Control Engineering of Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning

3

Wind Power

3

Hydrogen Energy Technology and Applications

3

Design and Analysis of Heat Exchanger

3

Energy Saving Technology Approach of Air-Conditioning System

3

Electronics Cooling

3

Turbulent and the Modeling

3

Design of Special HVAC System

3

Energy Saving Technology of Indoor Planting Environment

3

Design and Analysis of Smoke Management Systems

3

Introduction to Specialty Ventilation and Air Moving Technology

3

HVAC & R Testing Standards and Procedures

3

Solar Energy Theory and Application

3

Technology English

3

Special Refrigeration Application Technologies

3

Indoor Environment Quality

3

Physical and Environmental Control of Green Building

3

Green City Planning Configuration

3

 

  1. Thesis                                                    Credits

Thesis

6

3.1 For CMRU Students

 Year 1/ Semester 1

Code

Course

Type

Credit

CEN 5101

Research Methodology in Science and Social Science

Fundamental Course – CMRU

3

CEN 5102

English for Community Energy and Environment

Fundamental Course –CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Technology English)

3

CEN 5201

Community Energy

Required Course – CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Energy Engineering Practices)

3

CEN 5911

Seminar I

Required Course – CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Seminar III)

3

CEN XXXX

Fuel Cell Theory and Applications

Elective Course – CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Fuel Cell Theory and Applications)

3

Total

15

 Year 1 / Semester 2

Code

Course

Type

Credit

CEN 5401

Community Environmental Studies

Required Course – CMRU

3

CEN 5402

Green City Planning and Configuration

Required Course – CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Green City Planning and Configuration)

3

CEN 5912

Seminar II

Required Course – CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Seminar IV)

3

CEN 5901

Thesis

Thesis – CMRU

6

Total

15

At NCUT

Year 2/ Semester 1

Code

Course

Type

Credit

XXXX

Seminar I

Required Course – NCUT

1

XXXX

Hydrogen Energy Technology and Applications

Elective Course- NCUT

(Transferable to CMRU: Hydrogen Energy Technology and Applications)

3

XXXX

Solar Energy Theory and Applications

Elective Course- NCUT

(Transferable to CMRU: Solar Energy)

3

XXXX

Thesis

Thesis – CMRU & NCUT

(Transferable to CMRU: Thesis)

3

Total

11

Year 2 / Semester 2

Code

Course

Type

Credit

XXXX

Seminar II

Required Course – NCUT

1

XXXX

Physical and Environmental Control of Green Building

Elective Course- NCUT

(Transferable to CMRU: Physical and Environmental Control of Green Building)

3

XXXX

Design and Analysis of Smoke Management Systems

Elective Course- NCUT

3

XXXX

Thesis

Thesis – CMRU & NCUT

(Transferable to CMRU: Thesis)

3

Total

11

 3.2 For NCUT Students

 Year 1/ Semester 1

Code

Course

Type

Credit

XXXX

Seminar I

Required Course – NCUT

1

XXXX

Hydrogen Energy Technology and Applications

Elective Course- NCUT

(Transferable to CMRU: Hydrogen Energy Technology and Applications)

3

XXXX

Solar Energy Theory and Applications

Elective Course- NCUT

(Transferable to CMRU: Solar Energy)

3

XXXX

Thesis

Thesis – CMRU & NCUT

(Transferable to CMRU: Thesis)

3

Total

11

Year 1 / Semester 2

Code

Course

Type

Credit

XXXX

Seminar II

Required Course – NCUT

1

XXXX

Physical and Environmental Control of Green Building

Elective Course- NCUT

(Transferable to CMRU: Physical and Environmental Control of Green Building)

3

XXXX

Design and Analysis of Smoke Management Systems

Elective Course- NCUT

3

XXXX

Thesis

Thesis – CMRU & NCUT

(Transferable to CMRU: Thesis)

3

Total

11

 At CMRU

Year 2/ Semester 1

Code

Course

Type

Credit

CEN 5101

Research Methodology in Science and Social Science

Fundamental Course – CMRU

3

CEN 5102

English for Community Energy and Environment

Fundamental Course – CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Technology English)

3

CEN 5201

Community Energy

Required Course – CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Energy Engineering Practices)

3

CEN 5911

Seminar I

Required Course – CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Seminar III)

3

CEN XXXX

Fuel Cell Theory and Applications

Elective Course – CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Fuel Cell Theory and Applications)

3

Total

15

 Year 2 / Semester 2

Code

Course

Type

Credit

CEN 5401

Community Environmental Studies

Required Course – CMRU

3

CEN 5402

Green City Planning and Configuration

Required Course – CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Green City Planning and Configuration)

3

CEN 5912

Seminar II

Required Course – CMRU

(Transferable to NCUT: Seminar IV)

3

CEN 5901

Thesis

Thesis – CMRU

6

Total

15

 

CMRU

  1. Fundamental Course

CEN 5101   Research Methodology in Science and Social Science                                   3(306)

                    Research methodology in science and social science; the criteria and process formulation in scientific research; referencing; document research; planning and research design; proposal development with research statistics; conclusion and discussion; reporting; oral presentation; case study of research methodology in science and social science from researcher and successful and well accepted research

 

CEN 5102   English for Community Energy and Environment                               3(306)

                   English skills in listening, speaking, and reading; writing publications and research reports; specific vocabularies in energy and environment

 

  1. Required Course

CEN 5201   Community Energy                                                                                3(306)           Energy situation of Thailand and the world that affects the local community; basic knowledge of community power and energy technology; biofuel, green fuel, biochar, biogas, biodiesel, and ethanol; renewable energy for agriculture; agricultural product processing solar drier; and the application of energy in the community

 

CEN 5401   Community Environmental Studies                                                     3(306)

                   Problem and relations of natural resources, environment and energy; management and conservation of natural resources and environment; regulations and related policies; the study and survey of community environmental issues; the effect and evaluation on communities; method of preventing and solving the environmental issues in the community and global level

 

CEN 5402   Green City Planning and Configuration                                               3(306)

                   Fundamental knowledge in the concept of green cities and the configuration; the establishment of humans and the ways of living in physical, economical, social, energy and environment; the studies of current issues in city and rural area; plans and problem solving method based on green city concept and key performance index

 

CEN 5911   Seminar I                                                                                                 3(3-0-6)

                   Current problem or aspect relating to the energy and environment; guidance for the literature survey; seminar format presentation.The method and format of presentation will be in accordance to the curriculum committees.

 

CEN 5912   Seminar II                                                                                                3(3-0-6)

                   Current problem or aspect relating to the energy and environment; guidance for the literature survey; seminar format presentation.The method and format of presentation will be in accordance to the curriculum committees.

 

  1. Elective Course

CEN 5202  Solar Energy                                                                                             3(3-0-6)

                  Solar radiation; solar ray characteristics; solar radiation measurement equipment; application of solar energy as thermal and electricity; economic analysis of solar cell’s application; and the marketing opportunity for solar cells

 

CEN 5203  Biofuel Energy                                                                                         3(3-0-6)

                   Biofuel energy; type of biofuel; the production of biofuel; application and transformation of biofuel through thermal, chemical and biological processing; issues of biofuel application; economic analysis; and biofuel marketing

 

CEN 5204   Wind Energy Technologies                                                                    3(306)

Potential of wind energy; electricity production system; application of wind energy; the effect of using wind energy; the analysis of economics; and marketing of wind energy

 

CEN 5205   Hydrogen Energy Technologies and Applications                              3(306)

                  Basic of hydrogen energy; hydrogen generation methods; hydrogen storage techniques; hydrogen transportation; fuel cell; hydrogen applications; application of hydrogen and fuel cell

 

CEN 5206  Fuel Cell Theories and Applications                                                       3(306)

                  Fuel cell introduction; fuel cell thermodynamics; fuel cell reaction kinetics; fuel cell charge and transport; fuel cell types; fuel cell characteristic; fuel cell application

                 

CEN 5207   Thermodynamics and Energy Conversion                                           3(306)

                   Thermodynamics properties; work and heat; the first law of thermodynamics; the second law of thermodynamics; entropy; heat transfer; energy conversion; and energy efficiency

 

CEN 5208   Photovoltaic System                                                                              3(306)

                   Solar radiation; photovoltaic cells; properties of semiconductors, types of semiconductors; photovoltaic cells fabrication; photovoltaic system design, photovoltaic cells application; photovoltaic system performance evaluation; and economic analysis of photovoltaic system

 

CEN 5301   Energy Leader and Community Knowledge Management                             3(306)

                   Concept, theory, characteristics, morality and ethics of community leaders in energy; leaders’ responsibility, regulations, and psychology; energy management; human resource management; learning definition and goals; community knowledge management; The integration of knowledge and theory for the application and promotion of community energy and environmental development

 

CEN 5302   Energy Economics                                                                                  3(306)

                  Importance of energy to economy; effect of energy on environment; policy and planning on energy usage; energy investment; energy market; energy project analysis and evaluation

 

CEN 5303   Green Business                                                                                        3(306)

                  Concept of green business; management and planning of environmental friendly community business structure; carbon credit; strategy and guidelines to socially responsible business management; the application and community product with natural resources; the development of community business; and the standardization of community products

 

CEN 5304   Community Studies and Development                                                3(306)

                   Definition, component and category of community; community studies; principal of development and learning with the community; quality of life, economic and social development in the community level; guideline to solve the community issues in the aspect of energy and environment for sustainability

 

CEN 5403   Smart Grid and Energy Management                                                               3(306)

                   Smart grid system and infrastructure; distributed generations; local distribution grid; smart meter; smart home; electronic devices; electric vehicles; energy management systems; and community participation

 

CEN 5404   Landscape Development and Community Environmental Management    

                                                                                                                                    3(306)

                   Basic physical component in landscape development for the community; the relations between architecture and urban planning; community natural resources management; land allocations in an environmental friendly way; and the usage of natural resources in a multiple compensation approach

 

CEN 5405  Community Ecology System and Nature Conservation                      3(306)

                  Changes in the ecology system; the effects on the community and the ecological agriculture; the problems in the community that relates to the ecology systems; the application of advance ecology; the development of using organism to monitor the condition and changes in the ecology system; and natural conservation in the community

CEN 5406  Community Environmental Pollution Control                                      3(306)

                  Definition and categorization of pollution; the cause of pollution; the issues of pollution to the environment; pollution control in the community; the application of technology to control, treatment, and eliminate of each pollution category

 

CEN 5407  Physical and Environmental Control of Green Building                      3(306)

                   Physical and environmental characteristics of green building; building energy consumption analysis and technique; building climatology, urban environment and climate; indoor air/environmental control system; ventilation and air change control mode; green building heat transfer and insulation control; thermal loading of building envelope; energy saving technologies

 

CEN 5408   Selected Topic in Community Energy and Environment                   3(306)

                   This course offers opportunities to go beyond the usual curriculum in order to abreast with changes in community energy and environment.  Course description and details are provided when appropriate

 

CEN 5409   Internship                                                                                                3(135)

                   Internship to achieve expertise, skills and experiences; provide report, presentation and discussion from the intern collaboratively

 

  1. Thesis

CEN 5901   Thesis                                                                                                       12 (540)

                   The thesis work is under the supervision of advisory committee members

 

  1. Remedial Course

COM 5101 Computer for Graduate Studies                                                            3 (2-2-5)

                   Basic concepts of computer system and program; application of computer in various fields of study; basic concept of information technology; computer network and internet

 

ENG 5101   English for Graduate Studies                                                                 3(306)

                   English skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing for research study; reading for main idea of academic publications abstract

 

CMRU (Credit)

NCUT (Credit)

1

CEN 5102 English for Community Energy and Environment (3)

English skills in listening, speaking, and reading; writing publications and research reports; specific vocabularies in energy and environment

Technology English (3)

The overall objectives of the course are: Develops an entrepreneurial mindset in engineering students, fosters innovation and creativity in engineering disciplines, helps the students to develop business plans for the entrepreneurial design projects, on-line training and on-site learning, how to prepare: PowerPoint &presentation, manuscript writing and PowerPoint presentation in English.

2

CEN 5201   Community Energy (3)

Energy situation of Thailand and the world that affects the local community; basic knowledge of community power and energy technology; biofuel, green fuel, biochar, biogas, biodiesel, and ethanol; renewable energy for agriculture; agricultural product processing solar drier; and the application of energy in the community

Energy Engineering Practices (3)

Let students learn technology of energy engineering in order to be an energy engineer in the future. Especially, in the field of solar PV system, there is a License Counseling to help students to get a B grade license of Solar Photovoltaic. The content of this course includes Introduction of energy, fundamentals of solar radiation, solar hot water, solar electricity, design of solar heating systems/ photovoltaic system, license counseling-B grade license of solar photovoltaic system, theory of wind power, power generation engineering of wind turbine.

3

CEN 5402   Green City Planning and Configuration (3)

 

Fundamental knowledge in the concept of green cities and the configuration; the establishment of humans and the ways of living in physical, economical, social, energy and environment; the studies of current issues in city and rural area; plans and problem solving method based on green city concept and key performance index

 

Green City Planning and Configuration (3)

 

Fundamental knowledge in the concept of green cities and the configuration; the establishment of humans and the ways of living in physical, economical, social, energy and environment; the studies of current issues in city and rural area; plans and problem solving method based on green city concept and key performance index

 

4

CEN 5901 Thesis (6)

The thesis work is under the supervision of advisory committee members

Thesis (6)

The thesis work is under the supervision of advisory committee members

5

CEN 5202 Solar Energy (3)

Solar radiation; solar ray characteristics; solar radiation measurement equipment; application of solar energy as thermal and electricity; economic analysis of solar cell’s application; and the marketing opportunity for solar cells

Solar Energy Theory and Applications (3)

Fundamentals of Solar Radiation, The Theory of Solar and Solar Energy, Solar Collectors, Solar Water Heaters, Solar Energy House, Solar Energy Cooling and Air-conditioning, Power generation engineering of photovoltaic, solar power with smart grid.

6

CEN 5204  Wind Energy Technologies (3)

Potential of wind energy; electricity production system; application of wind energy; the effect of using wind energy; the analysis of economics; and marketing of wind energy

Wind Power (3)

The content of this course includes the fundamental theory of wind power, windmill design, wind turbine system, special topics of wind power practice, and windmill characteristic experiment. The topics of this course are: Wind power introduction, Windmill classification, Windmill Design, Wind turbine system, Special topics of wind power practice, Windmill characteristic experiment.

7

CEN 5205 Hydrogen Energy Technology and Applications (3)

Basic of hydrogen energy; hydrogen generation methods; hydrogen storage techniques; hydrogen transportation; fuel cell; hydrogen applications; application of hydrogen and fuel cell

Hydrogen Energy Technology and Applications (3)

This course introduces fuel cell theory and applications. The contents include fuel cell introduction, fuel cell thermodynamics, fuel cell reaction kinetics, fuel cell charge transport, fuel cell types, fuel cell characteristic experimental measurements, DMFC paper reading & reports, and case studies.

8

CEN 5206 Fuel Cell Theory and Applications (3)

Fuel cell introduction; fuel cell thermodynamics; fuel cell reaction kinetics; fuel cell charge and transport; fuel cell types; fuel cell characteristic; fuel cell application

Fuel Cell Theory and Applications (3)

This course introduces fuel cell theory and applications. The contents include fuel cell introduction, fuel cell thermodynamics, fuel cell reaction kinetics, fuel cell charge transport, fuel cell types, fuel cell characteristic experimental measurements, DMFC paper reading & reports, and case studies.

9

CEN 5407 Physical and Environmental Control of Green Building (3)

Physical and environmental characteristics of green building; building energy consumption analysis and technique; building climatology, urban environment and climate; indoor air/environmental control system; ventilation and air change control mode; green building heat transfer and insulation control; thermal loading of building envelope; energy saving technologies

Physical and Environmental Control of Green Building (3)

Introduction to Physical and Environmental of Green Building. The Building Energy Consumption Analysis and Technique. The Building Climatology. The Urban Environmental and Climate. The Indoor Air/Environmental Control System. The Ventilation and Air Change Control Mode. The Green Building Heat Transfer and Insulation Control. The Thermal Loading of Building Envelope. The Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning Systems. The Energy Saving Techniques on HVAC Systems. The Green Building in Thermal Environmental Control. The Smart Energy and Intelligent Building Environmental.

10

CEN 5911 Seminar I (3)

Current problem or aspect relating to the energy and environment; guidance for the literature survey; seminar format presentation.  The method and format of presentation will be in accordance to the curriculum committees.

Seminar III (1)

Current problem or aspect relating to the energy engineering; guidance for the literature survey; seminar format presentation.  The method and format of presentation will be in accordance to the curriculum committees.

11

CEN 5912 Seminar II (3)

Current problem or aspect relating to the energy and environment; guidance for the literature survey; seminar format presentation.  The method and format of presentation will be in accordance to the curriculum committees.

Seminar IV (1)

Current problem or aspect relating to the energy engineering; guidance for the literature survey; seminar format presentation.  The method and format of presentation will be in accordance to the curriculum committees.

CMRU

  1. Dr. Worajit Setthapun
  2. Dr. Hathaithip Sintuya
  3. Asst. Prof. Dr. Chawit Jitvijarn
  4. Prof. Manus Suwan
  5. Dr. Pasu Pramokchon
  6. Dr. Nuttiya Tantranont
  7. Dr. Surachai Narrat Jansri

NCUT

  1. Wen-Jie Luo.
  2. Yean-Der Kuan
  3. Fu-Jen Wang
  4. Jeng-Min Huang
  5. Associate Professor Chi-Wun Lu
  6. Associate Professor Wen-Chien Hsieh
  7. Associate Professor Jun-Min Chang
  8. Associate Professor Yu-Kuang Zhao
  9. Associate Professor Kuang-Cheng Yu
  10. Associate Professor Yu-Lieh Wu
  11. Associate Professor Chih-Neng Hsu
  12. Associate Professor Jun-Min Chang
  13. Associate Professor Kuei-I Tsia
  14. Associate Professor Ya-Ling Chang
  15. Assistant Professor Chih-Chang Chang
  16. Assistant Professor Ah-Taur Yan