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Organization profile

Organisation profile

The College of Science comprises numerous departments: Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Graduate Institutes of Science Education, Photonics, Biotechnology, and Statistics and Information Science. The college focuses on advancing technological and educational knowledge in the fields of science and math. The college equips its students with cutting-edge professional knowledge and takes pride in training skilled middle school teachers and outstanding research and development specialists. The faculty of the College of Science publishes more than 150 articles annually in world-class publications that are listed in the SCI, EI, and SSCI databases. The college also receives annual grants for more than a hundred projects from the government and through industry–university cooperation. Collaborations with the Central Taiwan Science Park and other local industries enhance students' career competitiveness. By promoting dual-degree programs in collaboration with our sister schools overseas, the college expects to both send and receive a growing number of exchange students, further enhancing our students' global perspectives.

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Ligands Chemical Compounds
light emitting diodes Physics & Astronomy
Light emitting diodes Engineering & Materials Science
Ions Chemical Compounds
ligands Physics & Astronomy
Thermoelectric power Engineering & Materials Science
Temperature Chemical Compounds
liquid crystals Physics & Astronomy

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Research Output 1985 2020

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Keyword-based approach for recognizing fraudulent messages by keystroke dynamics

Tsai, C. J. & Huang, P. H., 2020 Feb, In : Pattern Recognition. 98, 107067.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Authentication
Classifiers
2 Citations (Scopus)

A highly selective and sensitive fluorescent chemosensor for detecting Al 3+ ion in aqueous solution and plant systems

Li, C. L., Lu, P. H., Fu, S. F. & Wu, A. T., 2019 Feb 1, In : Sensors (Switzerland). 19, 3, 623.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Ions
aqueous solutions
probes
rice
Seedlings