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Historical Profile of the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering


NCUT is a unique university of technology. It is a school that was donated to the country by citizens and restructured. Holding the spirit of taking from society to benefit society, the founders, General Chang Ming and Ms. Wang Kuo-Hsiu, had realized their philosophy by setting an example. “Education is nothing but a concern for role model.” The two founders were awarded official citations successively issued by the two Presidents Lee Teng-Hui and Chen Shui-Bian in 1992 and 2005. They recognized their contribution to society by appreciating their achievement in educating and cultivating students.


In 1971, the school was approved to be established. Its name was “Chin-Yi Technical Vocational Junior College” then. In 1973, it was renamed to “Chin-Yi Institute of Technology”. In 1982, It established Night Division. In the winter of 1990, the founders General Chang Ming and Ms. Wang Kuo-Hsiu donated the school unconditionally to the government. In 1990, it was renamed to “Chin-Yi Junior College of Industry and Commerce”. In 1992, it was renamed to “National Chin-Yi Junior College of Industry and Commerce”. In 1999, it was restructured and renamed to “National Chin-Yi Institute of Technology”, On Feb. 1, 2007, it was formally renamed to “National Chin-Yi University of Technology”. The historical profile of the Department is summarized as follows:

 

Date

2004

On Apr. 8, the president approved to have separate information engineering from the Department of Electronic Engineering. Thus, the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering was thus established and reported to the Ministry on Sep. 13 for its approval.

On Sep. 27, Ministry of Education approved the establishment of the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering by issuing the approval letter No. Tai-Ji-(2)-Zi-0930122936 dated Aug. 23, 2004.

2005

On May 18, the preparatory office for the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering was established. Dr. Jzau-Sheng Lin, the chairman of the Department of Electronic Engineering, was in charge of preparatory work in the 2005 academic year.

On Aug. 1, the “Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering” was permitted to recruit one class of students in the four-year technical program in Day Division. Dr. Jzau-Sheng Lin was the 1st-term chairman of the Department.

2006

From Feb. 1 to July 31, Dr. Jzau-Sheng Lin took a vacation, and Dr. Shih-Yuan Huang acted on his behalf.

From Aug. 1, 2 classes of students were recruited to the four-year technical program in Day Division.

On Aug. 1, the preparatory center for the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was approved to be established. Dr. Jzau-Sheng Lin was appointed as the head of the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

On Aug. 1, Dr. Wang Chuin-Mu served as the 2nd-term chairman of the Department.

2007

On Feb. 1, it was officially renamed to “National Chin-Yi University of Technology”. Dr. Jzau-Sheng Lin served as the 1st-term dean of the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

On Aug. 1, one class of students was recruited to the four-year technical program in Division of Continuing and Extension Education.

2008

On Aug. 1, the master’s program in Day Division was provided.

In April, it acquired the “IEET2008 Engineering and Technology Education Certification” issued by the Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan.

On Nov. 29, the Alumni Association of Computer Science and Information Engineering Department was established. The alumnus Jui-Hsing Chu served as the 1st-term president of the Alumni Association.

2009

On Aug. 1, Dr. Wang Chuin-Mu served as the 3rd-term chairperson of the Department.

On Dec. 3, it was assessed by the Ministry of Education and awarded Grade 1 in Category of Profession for the 2009 academic year.

2010

On Dec. 4, the alumna Hsiao-Ying Wu served as the 2nd-term president of the Alumni Association.

2011

On Nov. 22, the alumnus Mao, Yung-Fa served as the 3rd-term president of the Alumni Association.

2012

On Aug. 1, Dr. Chang, Yi-Ying served as the 4th-term chairperson of the Department.

On Aug. 1, the in-service master’s program in Division of Continuing and Extension Education was provided.

On Feb. 1, the spring class for the industrial master’s program was approved by the Ministry.

On Mar. 2, the Ministry visited after the Department was renamed.

On Sep. 27, the office for the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering was relocated to Office E443.

2013

On Apr. 29, it was elected, by the Ministry of Education, as the school to develop the “Plan for Developing Exemplary Universities of Science and Technology” for the period between 2013 and 2016.

On Nov. 23, the alumnus Cheng, Wen-Hsiang served as the 4th-term president of the Alumni Association.

2014

On Aug. 1, it was approved to recruit students to the technical program in the dual system flagship project for the 2014 academic year.

2015

On Aug. 1, Dr. Chang, Yi-Ying served as the 5th-term chairperson of the Department.

On Aug. 1, the four-year program in Day Division was established. It allowed senior high graduates to apply for study in the program.

2016

In April, it acquired the “IEET2008 Engineering and Technology Education Certification” issued by the Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan.

On Aug. 1, it was approved to recruit students to the technical program in the dual system flagship project for the 2016 academic year.

2017

On Aug. 1, Dr. Sheng-Chih Yang served as the 6th-term chairperson of the Department.

On Aug. 1, it was approved to recruit students to the technical program in the dual system flagship project for the 2017 academic year.


The Goal

Educational objectives for undergraduates

1. Cultivate students to have humanistic literacy and social care.

Have students have the attitude of positiveness, dedication and cooperative service.

Have students understand social and environmental responsibility.

2. Cultivate students to have professional knowledge of multimedia information technology application and smart embedded technology application.

Have students have professional knowledge of multimedia information technology and smart embedded technology application.

Have students have the abilities for mathematical planning, design, implementation, experiment, and data analysis.

3. Cultivate students to have practical, innovative and international perspectives.

Have students have the abilities for independent thinking and practical innovation.

Have students have international perspectives and the ability to communicate efficiently.

Core abilities

Ability to design software and hardware for information engineering

Ability for data analysis and mathematical application

Ability for social service

Good language and communication skills

Ability to produce and write project reports


Educational objectives for the master’s program

Cultivate students to enrich more theories and practices of information-related technology.

Cultivate students to have the attitude of thinking independently, solving problems voluntarily and conducting innovative research and development actively.

Cultivate students to be able to communicate efficiently and have the spirit of dedication.

Cultivate students to become R&D talents with the spirit of teamwork and international perspectives.

Core abilities

Ability to acquire knowledge of specific professional areas

Ability to plan and execute projects and research

Ability for professional thesis writing and oral expression

Ability for innovative thinking and to solve problems independently


Ability for coordination and integration

Feature

Diversified courses planned to have students learn professional knowledge:

In addition to the program in multimedia technology and the program in smart embedded technology to enhance students’ professional knowledge and practical skills of information, the planned courses cover development of humanistic literacy, establishment of international perspectives, and development of “holistic education”. These courses enable students to have multiple learning intelligence.

Courses designed based on two major professional areas to cultivate students to have practical ability:

Program in multimedia technology: Based on basic concepts of multimedia, it focuses on the research and development of multimedia and information technology theory and practical technology to have students be able to integrate information theory with practical technology.

Program in smart embedded technology: Based on basic chips and embedded circuit design, it focuses on programmable chip design and embedded system design in combination with the R&D and integration of multimedia technology to have students be able to apply wafer theory and chip circuit technology.

Cultivating students to have practical ability: Practical courses, collaborative teaching by experts from the industry, off-campus internships, and projects

 

Courses planned to cultivate students to have humanistic literacy:

To enhance students' humanistic literacy, social care and artistic appreciation, students are required to acquired credits for required courses in the three areas “Humanities and Arts”, “Social Science” and “Natural Science”, in addition to the “Ming Hsiu Technology and Humanity Forum”. Courses concerning psychology, philosophy and religion are also provided to inspire “students to learn positively”. The College of Humanities and Creativity also cooperates with other colleges and departments to plan for technology-related programs as well as programs in arts and humanities and English for science and technology in order to enhance humanistic literacy and international communication skills of students.

NCUT emphasizes service learning and understands its social responsibilities. By promoting care services and environmental protection activities, NCUT implements character and life education and helps teachers cultivate students to have correct values and be able to care for the society. “Friendly campus culture” is developed at NCUT to establish create a quality environment and achieve the goal of “holistic education”.


The Schooling


Facilities

(1)Digital Content Laboratory (Arduino Robot Education, 3Ds Max, Robot)

(2)Multimedia Application Laboratory (3D printer, 3D scanner, laser cutting machine)

(3)Chip Design Laboratory (FPGA hardware platform, Xilinx Spartan3E development board)

(4)System Integration and Design Laboratory (Embedded system-related wafers and equipment)

(5)Computer and Network Laboratory (Web editing and programming software)

(6)Service Networking Application Laboratory (Programmable smart storage organization and control system)

(7)Smart Living Space Laboratory (Access control, signal detection system, ZigBee experimental platform)

(8)Virtual Reality Laboratory (Virtual reality equipment, sports six-axis platform, physiological signal monitor)

 

Career

The Department cultivates quality talents for information and communication engineering based on its educational objectives. It will make efforts to (1) develop smart living technology, (2) cultivate engineers emphasizing both theory and practice, (3) encourage students to acquire licenses and certificates of various skills, (4) promote cross-disciplinary programs, (5) develop holistic education, and (6) implement the department-based curriculum to acquire certification for engineering and technology education.

The Department assists students in career planning from every aspect, holds special speeches, arranges for off-campus visits and conducts forums for alumni and activities for the alumni association to have students understand information about the labor market. It also organizes the “Campus Recruitment Intern Fair” to invite companies to provide employment opportunities and helps employment matching. Students are encouraged to participate in off-campus internships. The “Off-campus Internship Matching” event is also held to select quality companies that provide the safe work environment for interns.

The graduation requirements established by the Department, such as acquiring core licenses and certificates, passing the Collegiate Programming Examination, completing core elective courses required by the Department, and having projects approved in the review, enhance the professional ability and employability of the graduates from the Department.

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