College of Nuclear Science
A Brief History of the College
Established in 1974, the College of Nuclear Science is the sole educational and research institution focusing on the peaceful applications of nuclear power in Taiwan. The College's mission is to offer the most up-to-date multidisciplinary programs so that graduates will be equipped with comprehensive knowledge in science and engineering. The College of Nuclear Science currently comprises the Department of Engineering and System Science (ESS), the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Sciences (BMES), the Institute of Nuclear Engineering and Science (NES), and Interdisciplinary Program of Nuclear Science (IPNS). Both Departments offer programs leading to B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees, while the Institute offers programs leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees on Nuclear Engineering and Science. The IPNS Program, a dual specialties design, allows students to specialize in energy and environment and in another filed of their choice.
Fan-Gang Tseng (曾繁根)
Dean(2016/02~ ), Department of Engineering and System Science Professor,PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
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Secretary, College of Nuclear Science
International PhD 's Program
Established in 1974, the College of Nuclear Science (CNS) features a long history of prestigious reputation in nuclear science and technology. The CNS integrates multidisciplinary science and technology into education and research, focusing on the development of next generation nuclear energy, low carbon energy system, nano- and micro-technology, biomedical engineering, and environmental molecular science. These developments have made a significant contribution to beam technology in industry and pre-clinical diagnostic and therapy as well as the development of new materials, devices for energy application, and sustainable environment. In response to contemporary challenges in energy demand and health care, the CNS launched two international Ph.D. programs, the International Ph.D. Program on Low Carbon Energy and the International Ph.D. Program in Biomedical Engineering. These programs are designed to equip students with problem analysis skills, particularly to solving regional and global issues; independent innovative thinking, planning and project execution; decision-making, interdisciplinary coordination, and international communication. The CNS Doctoral Programs are eager to train the next-generation leaders in the study, communications, and management of critical issues in low carbon energy and biomedical engineering.
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