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27-year-old Dr. Lee to Teach at NTNU

Lee Yueh Ning, who received a double Doctoral degree in astronomy and astrophysics in France will be teaching in NTNU after her post-graduate studies. She said that although it's great to do research in France, she enjoys living in Taiwan more.

First Graduate Students to be Gogoro Technician Lecturers

Two graduate students, Lin Chong Yi, Hus Chi Chia, from the Department of Industrial Education has become the lecturer of Gogoro maintenance training course. They feel positive about the future of electric automobile. The Department of Industrial Education of NTNU was authorized by Gogoro to hold the Gogoro maintenance training courses, with the help of the Intelligent Transport Society. It's an embodiment of industry-university cooperative research project

NTNU Teams up with Concordian International School for IB Teachers

In December 2018, a IB workshop was held in NTNU. Vice Principal of Concordian International School, Bangkok, came back to NTNU and gave our pre-service teachers an informative and rewarding training. Sally Wen, MYP Vice Principal of Learning & Teaching, has devoted to education for nearly 20 years. Now she's not only MYP Vice Principal of Learning & Teaching and MYP Coordinator and also a certified teacher. She is experienced in holding IB workshops.

University of Bordeaux Visits NTNU

On November 14th, Prof. Sandrine Rui, Vice President, Education, University Life and Citizenship; Prof. Laurent Servant, Vice President, International Networks; and Mr. Pierre-Yves Tourpin, International Partnerships Officer for Asia & Oceania, International Office from University of Bordeaux visited NTNU. Prof. Yung-Hsiang Ying, Executive Vice President; Prof. Yi-De Liu, Associate Vice President of Office of International Affairs; and Ms. Jo Wang, Global Partnership Manager of Office of International Affairs welcomed the guests in person.

Prof. Kao Wen Chung conferred honorable IEEE Fellowship

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has announced its list of IEEE Fellow of 2019 on November 23rd. Prof. Kao Wen Chung from the Department of Electrical Engineering