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Graduate Institute of Applied Science and Technology, NTUST
Materials Science and Technology Program

Materials Science and Technology Program

The mission of the program is to stimulate research at NTUST in the area of materials, and to facilitate collaboration between the university and industry. The program enables collaboration between professors from several departments including Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Polymer Engineering, Electronic Engineering and Construction Engineering. In Graduate Institute of Engineering we provide a Material Science and Technology Group for master students and a Material Science and Technology Program for doctoral students.

Within the program we have 6 academic staff. Twenty-eight joint faculty members are affiliated with the Program, with the professors from the departments of Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Polymer Engineering, Electronic Engineering and Construction Engineering.

Facilities for research are found in faculty laboratories. Access of equipments is also available in the MEMS laboratory.

Students within the program are provided with an educational grounding in fundamental of materials knowledge and advances to engineering practice. Graduates have pursued a variety of careers in industry and academia. Research in the group/program focuses on a discipline which could be a specific material category or multidisciplinary approach. Currently two research groups have formed evolving energy-related materials and electronic materials.