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Delta Establishes a Research Center at NTHU
Recently NTHU and Delta Electronics jointly established the Delta Power Electronics Research Center at NTHU. Delta donated research equipment and industrial automation products for faculty members and students in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Power Mechanical Engineering to conduct advanced research.
 
Senior Vice President Chen Sinn-Wen stated that NTHU emphasizes the integration of professional training, academic research, and industrial development. He also expressed that the school is grateful to receive this generous donation from Delta, which is one of the leading electronics companies in Taiwan and well-known for its emphasis on industrial automation.
 
Andy Liu, General Manager of Industrial Automation at Delta Electronics pointed out that power electronics is the core technology of power supply and industrial automation, and this is why Delta has focused its efforts in this area. He also said that this Research Center will use the latest innovations in such areas as high-efficiency power conversion, new motor drive control, and high-speed electromechanical system integration to speed up the development and production of such advanced technologies as power electronics and power management. Liu further indicated that Delta is actively promoting smart manufacturing, which requires the joint efforts of specialists with different technical backgrounds to develop the best overall solution. Since NTHU is noted for its emphasis on the integration of academic knowledge and hands-on experience, it is natural that Delta decided to strengthen its R&D cooperation with NTHU.
 
In recent years, NTHU researchers and students have published increasing numbers of academic papers and initiated numerous technology transfers. At the same time, NTHU has established a national smart manufacturing center which is actively cooperating with the automation industry. This joint undertaking with Delta is expected to enhance the training in industrial automation and create addition opportunities for cooperation and exchange between Delta and the university.
 
Senior Vice President Chen Sinn-Wen (fourth from left) and Andy Liu, General Manager of Industrial Automation at Delta Electronics (fourth from right) at the grand opening of the Delta Power Electronics Research Center.

Senior Vice President Chen Sinn-Wen (fourth from left) and Andy Liu, General Manager of Industrial Automation at Delta Electronics (fourth from right) at the grand opening of the Delta Power Electronics Research Center.

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