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The International Society of Sport Psychology 15th World Congress at NTNU

The International Society of Sport Psychology 15th World Congress, organized by Society of Sport and Exercise Psychology and assisted by National Taiwan Normal University, was held in Taipei from September 30 to October 4. Licensed by International Society of Sport Psychology, it is the largest, most engaged professional psychology congress in the world. More than 600 experts from 57 nations attended the congress online and this is beneficial in elevating the academic reputation of Taiwan and our development of Exercise Psychology and behavior studies.

Deputy Trade Representative Philip Ong Visits NTNU to Discuss Bilingual Education

As NTNU being one of the Keys Cultivation University for Program on Bilingual Education, announced in September, Deputy Trade Representative Philip Ong of the Singapore Trade Office in Taipei visited NTNU on October 7 and had a discussion on the strength of Taiwanese and Singaporeans with President Wu Cheng Chih, Vice President for International Affairs Lin Chun Chi and Associate Vice President Liu Yu Ting.

Third Asia Pacific International Conference on Positive Behavior Support Held Online

With the support of Association for Positive Behavior Support, the third Asia Pacific International Conference on Positive Behavior Support was hosted by Department of Special Education, NTNU and College of Teacher Education. The online seminar was held on September 17 and 18, with almost 300 participants from nine countries.

Adjusted COVID-19 Prevention Measures for 2021-2022 Academic Year

Course modality and classroom protocols: Starting Oct. 13 (Week 4), classes will be conducted based on the Guidelines for the Management of COVID-19 in the 2021-2022 Academic Year of Colleges and Universities announced by the Ministry of Education on Oct. 4, 2021.

One material with two functions could lead to faster memory

Researchers from National Taiwan Normal University and Kyushu University have developed a new light-emitting memory device by integrating a resistive random-access memory with a light-emitting electrochemical cell that are both based on perovskite. The results are promising for faster data storage and reading in future electronic devices and open a new avenue of applications for perovskite optoelectronics.