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Academic research in the field of photonics has been well-acknowledged worldwide. Therefore, the Department of Photonics will not only continue to work hard to maintain its leading position in its core technologies, but also strive towards the performance of researches and engineering for academic excellence. The Department of Photonics will continue to develop pioneer electro-optical technologies and aggressively create an open academic environment, introduce foreign teachers and research talents, with hopes to improve our international competitiveness.
The best strategy to accomplish globalization is to have a long-term collaboration relationship with students and professors in different universities around the world. The Department of Photonics has made several collaboration projects with many universities in the United States and Europe. The collaboration was extended from student exchange in the early stage to dual-degree programs. Under this collaboration framework, students in the Department have joined the exchange program with the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden for one year. Students from Paris-Sud 11 University in France have also visited our Department to conduct a five-month research project. The Department of Photonics has reached an agreement with Paris-Sud 11 University to offer dual master degree and engineering degree programs, and the first group of students from France is about to come to Taiwan to study their degrees. In addition, the Department of Photonics has reached an agreement with University of Maryland, Baltimore County, offering dual PhD degree in photonics. Currently, there are students pursuing this dual PhD degree.
Due to the long-term collaboration via student exchange programs, the research teams of various fields in our Department have worked closely with several top universities in the world. Some examples are listed as follows:

▲Top 1. In the field of photonics
  • Professor Iga and Koyama of Tokyo Institute of Technology have been working with Professor Shing-Chung Wang and Hao-chung Kuo in our Department to carry out research projects in photonic crystals and surface-emitting laser.
  • Professor Yamamoto of Stanford University has been working with our Department in studying topics relating to quantum photonics for several years.
  • Professor S. L. Chuang of the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has collaborated with our Department to study the generation of slow light using InAs/GaAs quantum dots.
  • Nippon Telephone & Telegram of Japan and Professor Eli Kapon of EPFL University in Swiss have been working with our Department to develop MBE growth technology as well as quantum-dot characteristic analysis technology.
  • Professor M. Leung of Polytech University in the United States has collaborated with our Department in studying photonic crystal light-emitting diode.
  • Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) of the United States has been working with our Department to study the analysis of quantum confining structure. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology has collaborated with our Department to carry out studies in GaN nano-structure light-emitting diodes.
▲Top2. In the field of optical communication
  • Professor Y. R. (Ray) Chen of University of Maryland, Baltimore County has been working with Professor Jyehong Chen in our Department to develop PLC OADM module.
  • Professor G. K. Chang of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology has been working with Professor Jyehong Chen and Sien Chi of our Department to develop two-direction optical fiber networking technology.
▲Top3. In the field of information optics and optical storage
  • Professor Ed. Schlesinger of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University has been working with Professor Chung-Hao Tien of our Department to develop optical fiber near-field optical pick-up head.
  • Professor David J. Brady of Duke University has been working with Professor Ken Y. Hsu of our Department to develop thermoelectrical sensor, which can be applied to the human body characteristic detection system. Currently some of their joint-advised students have obtained a PhD degree.
  • Professor Pochi Yeh of the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of California Santa Barbara has been working with Professor Ken Y. Hsu of our Department to develop non-absorption polarizing technology for multi-structure birefringent materials.
  • Professor Ken Y. Hsu of our Department has collaborated with Bulgarian Academy of Sciences for many years to develop optical storage and optical image processing technologies using photorefractive crystals and polymer materials.
In addition, Professors and students in our Department have been working closely with several top universities around the world. Recent collaborations with universities worldwide include:
  • §   Many students have applied for the Graduate Student Study Abroad Program (GSSAP) offered by the National Science Council (NSC) to conduct researches abroad with several top universities and institutions around the world including UC Berkeley, Duke, CMU, Arizona, GeorgiaTech, RPI, Phillips, UMBC, Bell Lab, etc.
  • §   Professors in our Department have visited Stanford University, Duke University, Osaka University in Japan, and Shanghai Fudan University for academic exchange.
  • §   Many professors around the world have visited our Department: Visiting academician Professor Pilkuhn of German Academy of Sciences for one year, Visiting Professor Marinova of Bulgarian Academy of Sciences for half an year, Visiting Professor Li Yen of UMBC for half an year, Visiting Professor Shawn-Yu Lin of RPI for three months, Professor Zeldovich of Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor Van Stryland of Fellow of Optical Society of America, Professor Hideo Takezoe of Tokyo University of Technology, Dr. Makimoto of NTT Japan, Professor Shun Lien Chuang of UIUC USA, Professor Ching-Hua Ho of UNCC, Professor Bhattacharya of Michigan University, Professor Sakaki of Tokyo University, Professor Brady and Guenther of Duke University, and Professor Lavrentovich of Kent State University.

▲Top Photos of international collaboration

Professor Bhattacharya giving a talk in the Department
Professors and students of the Department visiting Duke University for academic exchange
 Professors and students of the Department visiting UMBC for academic exchange
Foreign researchers visiting our Department for collaboration research
Researchers from Bulgaria visiting Professor Ken Y. Hsu’s Laboratory for collaboration research
 
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