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Largan Precision Visits NTHU
Several representatives of Largan Precision, including CEO Scott Lin, came to NTHU on November 27 to meet with President Hocheng and to learn more about research being conducted at NTHU in such areas as precision coating technology, polymer micro-structure analysis, automatic control, metamaterial application, and high image processing technology.
After extending a hearty welcome on behalf of NTHU, President Hocheng recounted the school’s history and major achievements. Hocheng pointed out that while NTHU may not be the largest in size, it is amongst the best in terms of instruction and research, as indicated in the Shanghai Jiaotong University’s survey on the Top 100 Universities in Greater China.
Mr. Lin mentioned that "human resources are amongst a company’s most important assets, and a large portion of our personnel are NTHU’s graduates.” This is why he wanted to visit NTHU to find out more about the school and to explore the possibilities for future cooperation in research and development and joint training projects.
President Hocheng further indicated that in addition to academic performance, NTHU also attaches great importance to the development of industrial technology. This is clearly demonstrated by the number of US patents granted to our faculty members and researchers; NTHU ranked at the 11th worldwide in terms of the number of U.S. patents granted to academic institutions.
Pan Ci-ling, Vice President of Research and Development of NTHU, mentioned that in the 2015 rankings formulated by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) of Britain, NTHU ranked high in sixteen different areas, especially in the medical and legal fields, even though we don’t have a college of medicine or a college of law.
As one of Taiwan’s flagship enterprises, Largan has invested heavily in technological research and innovation. Since this is also one of NTHU’s strengths, Largan is eager to learn more about the research being conducted at NTHU, especially at the Department of Chemical Engineering, the Department of Power Mechanical Engineering, the Department of Materials Science, and the Department of Computer Science.
Mr. Scott Lin, CEO of Largan Precision (right) with President Hong Hocheng.

Mr. Scott Lin, CEO of Largan Precision (right) with President Hong Hocheng.


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