NTU HIGHLIGHTS October 2017  

Former Interim President Chang Elected IAE Member in Russia

The International Academy of Engineering (IAE) in Russia hostd the 5th Russia-Taiwan Science and Technology Forum in Moscow during July 30 to August 5.

Addressing the theme "Materials and Technology: Ecology of Life," experts and scholars from Russia and Taiwan engaged in exchanges primarily concerning such topics as materials and processes, ecology and resource conservation, and ecology of life in order to establish dialogues and facilitate future collaboration between the two nations.

During the six-day forum, the IAE announced the 26 members and 23 corresponding members for 2017 who had been elected at the annual IAE congress moderated by its president B. V. Gusev.

NTU’s former Interim President Ching-Ray Chang was elected as an IAE member for his long-term research on and outstanding contributions to such fields as spintronics, micromagnetics, spin transport in two-dimensional electron systems, and spin dynamics of mesoscopic magnetic systems.

Also during the forum, the IAE wrote a feature story on the participating research team led by Prof. Jenn-Chuan Chern, who is a distinguished professor of NTU’s Department of Civil Engineering.