History of Instrumentation Center

In 1981, Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), formerly named as National Science Council, set up three Instrumentation Centers at North, Middle, and South Taiwan, for the purpose of improving the research environment of the researchers in academics by providing modern instrumentation.

National Taiwan University (NTU) was chosen as the location of the Instrumentation Center at North Taiwan since August 1st, 1981 under the name of “Taipei Instrumentation Center of NSC”.

The Instrumentation Center was converted to be a part of the organization of University since 1995. The “Instrumentation Center at NTU” was set under College of Science. 


Objectives of the Center

Integrating the manpower and equipments to support basic and applied researches in North Taiwan area Conducting NSC research projects related to instrumental services and development Ensuring the performance and efficient uses of the instruments Promoting research level of academics by providing state-of-the-art instruments and reliable data.


Workshops and Training

To better the service and update the technical staffs’ working knowledge, the Instrumentation Center sponsors workshops occasionally. The Center also provides training courses to the users to gain the hand-on experience and operate the instruments to meet their own needs.


Interactive Relations with Different Disciplines


Former and Current Directors of Instrumentation Center
Prof.
Tung Bin Lo
羅銅壁
教授
(1981~1995)
Prof.
Yu Wang
王  瑜
教授
(1995~1998)
Prof.
Jim-Min Fang
方俊民
教授
(1998~2001)
Prof.
Ying-Chih Lin
林英智
教授
(2001~2004)
Prof.
Soofin Cheng
鄭淑芬
教授
(2004~2011)
Prof.
Chao-Tsen Chen
陳昭岑
教授
(2011~2014)
Prof.
Peng, Shie-Ming
彭旭明
教授
(2014~)
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