Announcement Released Tue-29th-September-2015 10:29 GMT
Contact: Mikiko Tanifuji Institution: National Institute for Materials Science
 
Japan's NIMS signs a Comprehensive Collaborative Agreement (CCA) with National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
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President Professor Sukekatsu USHIODA at NIMS has concluded CCA with National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) on September 24th, 2015 at the main building of Sengen site, NIMS, inviting President Professor Huey-Jen SU at NCKU and Director Dr. Lu-Sheng HONG at Science and Technology Division, Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in Japan.

NCKU was founded back in 1931 as Tainan Technical College by Governor-General of Taiwan, and it became the current name in 1971. National Cheng Kung University is named after a Taiwanese ethnic hero CHENG Cheng Kung in Ming Dynasty, and a Kabuki drama starring with him called "Kokusenya" has been played in Japan. The total number of students at NCKU is about 22,000 and the number of graduate students is 10,000 registered. Approximately 1,400 of lecturers and professors instruct the students in school. The central government designates NCKU as the most important university to aim at internationalization with National Taiwan University.

NCKU has been a pioneering university in engineering and science from the foundation. One of the biggest features is to adopt close collaborations with industry for promoting fundamental researches. NCKU recently has received glowing reviews in medicine and biology as well, and they have conducted enthusiastic research activities in both fields.

NIMS and NCKU had collaborated with each other in specific themes and individual level researches until now; however, the closer and stronger collaboration and relationship between the two institutions than ever are highly expected in interactive researches by this CCA.

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