Research and Development Office
The R&D Office was established on Feb, 1, 2000 to consolidate the cooperation with the business world, boost the school development, bolster academic research, and strengthen the international cooperation. Our major objectives are to establish the school long-term and short-term policy, apply for research grants from government institutions, increase the cooperation with the business partners, and broaden the academic relationships with universities abroad.
The goals are as followings
l Collect information and establish the school development strategy.
l Enforce the decisions made by the Committee of School Development.
l Plan and manage the in-school and between schools' academic exchange and cooperation programs.
l Manage the projects supported by National Science Committee.
l Manage the grants for school teachers' research and help them to apply for patents.
l Plan and manage the cooperation with business partners.
l Cooperate with other departments to accomplish the orders made by the President.
The R&D Office is composed of three divisions, the Academic Development Division, the Technological Cooperation Division, and the University Planning Division. The duties of these three divisions are as follows: