Research

Research Centers

Communication Service/Software Laboratory (CS Lab)

The Communication Service/Software Laboratory (CS Lab) is established in 2019. It is a research center under the College of Computer Science, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University. The main purpose of the CS Lab is to advance the research and development of mobile communication networks, and to cooperate with professors and industrial experts in related fields to develop cutting-edge technologies for mobile communication networks. We also develop open-source software and provide professional services to the communities.

Computer Vision Research Center

Beginning in May of 2004, subsidies for the “Construction of Four-Year Intelligent Environment with Visuals As the Basis” for academia were offered. Through the establishment of the NYCU Computer Vision Research Center, integrating the best professors in this field from various universities in the country, and jointly developing key technologies, we hope to elevate Taiwan’s standards for visually monitored security technology industry.

Digital Entertainment Technology Research Center

NYCU integrates the teaching staff and curriculum of the university’s Department of Computer Science, Institute of Applied Arts, Institute of Communication Studies, and Institute of Architecture, and strives to build the hardware and software required for students to go through internship so that a complete physical environment for education and internship can be reached, and nurture talent who can serve as the backbone for the digital media entertainment industry.

Information and Communication Technology Labs

The Information and Communication Technology Labs was founded with the mandate to combine the advantages of Taiwan’s technology industry leaders and the academic and research capabilities of NYCU, and to strive to make itself a world-class laboratory in research and development of next-generation information technology, communications technology and innovative applications.

Machine-to-Machine Deep Plowing Center for the Industrial Base of Network and Information Systems

Since the establishment of this center in 2015, the three tangible goals of “Tenacious Cultivation of Research,” “Deep-Plowing Education” “Close Collaboration Between Industry and Academia,” have driven the effort to integrate relevant energy in research. Sustainable operations and firm entrenchment of required industrial fundamentals, and to demonstrate advanced Machine-to-Machine (M2M) applications.

NYCU Network Benchmarking Lab

The Network Benchmarking Lab (NBL) was established in May of 2002 at NYCU, and became set up in November of 2005 as a permanent testing center. NYCU has independence and credibility, and possesses the human resources support for laboratory technologies, which is why we were better equipped than other institutions to set up this Lab. Here, there are enough hardware and software resources and testing personnel, and we are able to regularly provide this practical and meaningful service for the long term for firms in the country. Through our service, the credibility and authority of NBL testing is also reinforced.

NYCU-Industrial Technology Research Institute Joint Research Center

The Industrial Technology Research Institute signed an academic and research cooperation agreement with NYCU in 2002, and both sides jointly set up a NYCU Joint Research Center at NYCU with the focus of cooperation being placed on technologies related to communications and IC chips, as well as continuing with academic and research collaboration projects between various universities to develop future emergent technologies and act as a catalyst for the development of the country’s high-tech industries.

NYCU-Institute for Information Industry Joint Research Center

NYCU and the Institute for Information Industry reached an agreement to establish the Institute for Information Industry Joint Research Center on February 12, 2004, as NYCU President Chang Chun-Yan and CEO of the Institute for Information Industry Ko Chih-Sheng affixed their signatures on the Agreement, which would henceforth serve as the basis of cooperation between the two parties.