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    • Population Health Research

      Population Health Research

      1.Real-time monitoring of air quality in indooroutdoor environments: Sensors based on laser light scatteringelectrochemistry are used for monitoring PM2.5other air pollutants in indooroutdoor environments. The collected data from the sensors are transferred to the data center at NTU PHRC by 4G LTE. The residents can obtain the real-time air quality information through the website.2. Precision Prevention Application: an APP of CVD Risk Prediction:We developed an application for predicting CVD risk based on a Bayesian predicting model with personalized factors. With the precision risk of CVD, the health care workers can provide personalized suggestion for patients.
    • Highly Efficient Quantum Key Distribution System

      Highly Efficient Quantum Key Distribution System

      div style="text-align: justify"Quantum key distribution exploits the transmissiondetection of single photons’ quantum states to generatedistribute secure keys, allowing absolutely secure communication. We use a self-developed miniature single-photon source, together with the single-photon wavepacket engineering, to implement a highly efficient protocol of differential-phase-shift quantum key distribution. Using the Campus Fiber Network between National Tsing Hua UniversityNational Chiao Tung University, we demonstrate Taiwan’s first outdoor quantum key distribution. The technology not only benefits the development of distance unlimited absolutely secure communication networks for the commercialmilitary uses, but also opens up new opportunities for the R&Dmarkets in industry./div
    • ppb-level gas sensor based on 2D materials

      ppb-level gas sensor based on 2D materials

      Based on the mass production technique to fabricate 2D materials developed by our group, efficient gas sensors against NOx with sensitivity of 100 ppb are successfully demonstrated. In comparison to international competitors, our products exhibit superior sensitivity and selectivity. Furthermore, the technique would be extended to other 2D materials to fabricate various gas sensors against multiple target gases. The integration with internet of things would then open new feasibilities for early monitoring in environmental pollution and human safety.
    • Computer Vision Research Center, National Yang-Ming Chiao-Tung university

      Computer Vision Research Center, National Yang-Ming Chiao-Tung university

      Development of AI Platform for Smart Drone - Intelligent Flight: Due to its high mobility and the ability to fly in the sky, the drone has inspired more and more innovative applications/services in recent years. The goal of this project is to resolve the problem of blindly flying an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV, which a drone in our case) when it is out of human sight or the range of wireless communication, and three major research and development directions will be considered in this project. Three artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, namely, smart sensing, smart control, and smart simulation, are applied in this project. Smart sensing - a flight system is developed, which can avoid the obstacles, complete a flight mission, and land safely. Smart control - an intelligence flight control system and a light-weighted somatosensory vest are developed. Smart simulation - a cost-effective training system and a 3D model simplification method are designed.
    • A green production of waste carbon to graphite(graphene) nanopowders

      A green production of waste carbon to graphite(graphene) nanopowders

      The invention belongs to the field of low-temperature electrochemical graphitization and is improved by the FFC-Cambridge Process. In comparison to the traditional process, the invention can be at a low temperature of 850oC and shorter process time. This strategy can convert carbon blacks into high-value graphite (graphene). The method is simple, low temperature, without adding catalyzer, and low-cost. The products have a wide range of applications such as energy storage, catalysis, absorption, separation, processing metal cutter, precision die, aeronautics, and astronautics.
    • Darsen Lu《New Era for AI Chips》

      Darsen Lu《New Era for AI Chips》

      With the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence and IoT, many solutions have been successfully implemented. However, for very large biomedical image computations, such as MRI’s, the deep learning/ training will be a lot more time consuming. At the moment, GPU’s are considered the baby of the AI world, Google has also developed a TPU to expedite AI procedures. Both GPU and TPU make the process swift. Prof. Darsen Lu’s Research Team has built an open simulation platform called (simNemo) to enable design exploration by academic and industry users in Taiwan on both the AI platform and AI application fronts.
    • Darsen Lu《New Era for AI Chips》

      Darsen Lu《New Era for AI Chips》

      With the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence and IoT, many solutions have been successfully implemented. However, for very large biomedical image computations, such as MRI’s, the deep learning/ training will be a lot more time consuming. At the moment, GPU’s are considered the baby of the AI world, Google has also developed a TPU to expedite AI procedures. Both GPU and TPU make the process swift. Prof. Darsen Lu’s Research Team has built an open simulation platform called (simNemo) to enable design exploration by academic and industry users in Taiwan on both the AI platform and AI application fronts.
    • Highly Efficient Quantum Key Distribution System

      Highly Efficient Quantum Key Distribution System

      div style="text-align: justify"Quantum key distribution exploits the transmissiondetection of single photons’ quantum states to generatedistribute secure keys, allowing absolutely secure communication. We use a self-developed miniature single-photon source, together with the single-photon wavepacket engineering, to implement a highly efficient protocol of differential-phase-shift quantum key distribution. Using the Campus Fiber Network between National Tsing Hua UniversityNational Chiao Tung University, we demonstrate Taiwan’s first outdoor quantum key distribution. The technology not only benefits the development of distance unlimited absolutely secure communication networks for the commercialmilitary uses, but also opens up new opportunities for the R&Dmarkets in industry./div
    • Mitochondrial Analytic Platform and Nucleotide Applications

      Mitochondrial Analytic Platform and Nucleotide Applications

      Summary Description: 1. Stress alters mitochondrial import of proteins. To monitor changes in mitochondrial import at single-mitochondrial resolution, split GFP epitopes are fused to the target proteins and mitochondrial membranes or expressed in the mitochondrial matrix. 2. General genotoxic agents damage both nuclear and mitochondrial DNA. By expressing mitochondrial DNA binding protein TFAM fused with KillerRed, specific mitochondrial DNA damages by light exposure are induced for investigating mitochondrial DNA damage signal. 3. Quantification of four dNTP pools is important for understanding drug action. The popularity of the analysis has been limited by the requirement of radio-isotope or sophisticated instrumentation. The method of click reaction we designed for measuring dNTPs overcomes the drawbacks of conventional methods. 4. The outbreak of drug-resistant Candida infection in hospital is of concern. We found the distinct biochemical property of Candida TMPK in high affinity to uridylate as the substrate, leading to the discovery of 5FUd (<5 nM) in suppressing Candida growth.
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