In 2015, the Ministry of Education in Taiwan launched a new program titled “Taiwan Experience Education Program (TEEP)” to welcome students to join different universities and colleges in Taiwan for short term professional internship. Qualified international students are welcome to apply for TEEP Fellowship. You can experience not only in-depth education in Taiwan but also connect with the Asian job market through TEEP-gateway.
In 2019, NTNU keeps up the good work of internationalization. 18 projects from different fields were approved. They are projects of College of Technology and Engineering, College of Science, and Science Education Center. It’s expected that more outstanding international students and scholars. would come to NTNU and study here. International students who come to NTNU in 2020 can not only work on their expertise but also apply for master programs in NTNU. The application period opens from January to December 2020. (Please contact the director of the project to get further information.) The recipient of TEEP will receive scholars or other subsidies. Please refer to the attachment to get more information about the 18 TEEP projects of NTNU.
*Notice: The recipients of TEEP is not allowed to do other jobs or be paid for work which is not related to the plan during the TEEP project.
|Department||Project Director||Title of the Project||Website||Contact Person|
|Department of Electrical Engineering||Prof. Wen-Chung Kao||Eye Tracking, Human-Machine Interface, Gaze Tracking||Click Here||Ms. Angela Lin|
|Department of Electrical Engineering||Prof. Chen-Chien Hsu||Deep Learning, Robotics, Learning from Demonstration (LfD)||Click Here||Prof. Chen-Chien Hsu|
|Department of Electrical Engineering||Prof. Jacky Baltes||Humanoid Robotics, Computer Vision, Reinforcement Learning||Click Here||JR YING, CHANG|
|Graduate Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering||Prof. Chau-Jern Cheng||Deep Learning, Optics, Holography||Click Here||Prof. Chau-Jern Cheng|
|Graduate Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering||Prof. Chan-Shan Yang||Laser, 2D Materials, Terahertz||Click Here||Prof. Chan-Shan Yang|