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2018.0823

Lin Ying Shin Took the First Gold of 2018 Asian Games at Air Rifle Mixed Team

The Shooting game of Jakarta Palembang 2018 Asian Games was held on August 19th. Lin Ying Shin, from the Department of Athletic Performance and her partner Lu Shao Chuan won the gold medal in the 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team, beating China, India and South Korea. A record-breaking 494.1 points brought Taiwan the first gold medal from this year's Asian Games.
2018.0819

Taiwanese high school students tops at International science competition

The Taiwan team, trained by professors of NTNU, had a good showing at the 50th International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) 2018 in Prague, Czech. In 76 countries and 300 students, 4 Taiwanese students received 1 gold, 3 silver.
2018.0817

Lin Shuo Chun from Music Dept. Won 1st Prize of 2018 Antonín Dvořák Composition Competition

The 9th International Antonín Dvořák Composition Competition was held in Cezch, Prague. Taiwanese musician again shines on the International stage. Taiwanese composer, age 22, not only received the 1st prize among junior but also For the best free composition among Junior and For the best Fuga.
2018.0816

3D Reconstruction System, a Leading Technique, by NTNU team

Iterative reconstruction is to iterative algorithms used to reconstruct 2D and 3D images in certain imaging techniques. Under the financial assistance of the Ministry of Science and Technology, The team of Professor Yeh Chia Hung from the Department of Electrical Engineering has developed a cost-effective “fast 3D reconstruction system” that can not only reconstruct still scene in a high quality but also reconstruct objects that change with time.
2018.0731

NTNU Tops the Ranking in Category of Humanity, Law and Business

This year, NTNU was ranked the first in 50 universities in the category of Humanities, Law and Business in a research done by GV Monthly magazine. When it comes to academic achievement, NTNU has contributed the most research paper written in Chinese among Taiwan universities. On average, one faculty write almost 2.5 paper, which is significantly high compared to others. NTNU works closely with the industry and on average, one teacher contributes 1.2962 million of income by industry-university cooperative project, which is also the top in Taiwan.