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Nobel Prize winner Gao Xingjian's manuscripts on display in NTNU

Around 600 manuscripts and artworks donated by Gao Xingjian (高行健), Nobel Prize laureate in Literature in 2000, will be displayed from Wednesday to Dec. 18 at National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), according to the university.

Current Exhibit of Restored Sculptures Showcases NTNU’s Dedication to Protecting Cultural Heritage

From September 2 to October 6, National Taiwan Normal University is showing “Restoration of Classic Sculptures,” an exhibit of 31 restored plaster replicas of classic Western sculptures. These plaster casts were purchased by NTNU from France more than 30 years ago; they are the only original copies with official copyrights licensed by the Louvre Museum. After two and half years of intensive collaborations and painstaking effort by faculty and students of the Fine Arts Department, the result of their labor is displayed to the general public in the basement level of NTNU’s Fine Arts Building.

NTNU Amazes 2020 EdTech Taiwan

Higher education institutes around the world are affected by the epidemic this year and are forced to take on digital transformation. National Taiwan Normal University participated in the 2020 EdTech Taiwan, held from December 2nd to 6th to demonstrate our professional development and research results on the epidemic prevention on campus, Chinese language teaching, computing thinking, information science, science education, AI application literacy courses. We want to show the world our determination to evolve together with ever-changing trends.

NTNU Chinese E-learning Platform Debuts at Smart City Summit & Expo

Smart City Summit & Expo (SCSE) was held from March 26th to 29th at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center. As artificial intelligence technology develops, the applications begin to play a key role in government delivery of citizen services. Smart cities are entering to a new phase of Smart City 2.0 by integrating AI as well as IoT technologies into services.

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.
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