Division of Nano & Information Technology
Nano-Information convergence major includes both of Nanomaterials Science/Engineering program and HCI & Robotics program, and aims at providing students with higher education and chances to obtain practical experience by participating in many projects in Nano and information technology fields. Topics covered in nanomaterials research include energy materials, environmental materials, biomaterials, biosensors, nonlinear optical devices, nonlinear nanomaterials, optical signals, surface engineering, polymer synthesis and polymer composites, multifunctional oxide epitaxial thin films and interface, piezoelectric MEMS, Thermoelectric materials and devices, semiconductors, condensed-matter physics, photonics, quantum information communication, quantum cryptography, quantum computer. The topics covered in HCI and robotics research are service robots, field robots, surgical robots, healthcare robots, robot task and motion planning, human-robot interaction, social robotics, brain-computer interface, haptic interface, digital holography, tangible media, web information space, human-computer interaction, computer vision, computer graphics, augmented reality, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, machine learning.
|Division of Nano ＆ Information Technology||2nd Semester, 2017 ~|
|NT-IT||1st Semester, 2017 ~ 1st Semester, 2017|
|HCI ＆ Robotics||1st Semester, 2006 ~ 2nd Semester, 2015|
|Human Computer Interaction||1st Semester, 2004 ~ 2nd Semester, 2005|
|Nanomaterials Science and Engineering||1st Semester, 2004 ~ 2nd Semester, 2016|