雙聯學位


陸港澳雙聯學位申請請洽:教務處推廣教育中心
 
如何申請雙聯學位
確認可能性 確認本校及雙聯學位學校兩邊指導教授
確認論文、學分、獎學金、住宿、保險等議題,依各合約要求行之
(獎學金建議確認方向:本校當年度相關獎學金、對方學校獎學金、外交部及教育部相關獎學金)
提供承辦單位基本資料
(家長同意書、校內申請單、個約等,依各合約要求行之)
其他應注意事項
提出申請 由申請人或指導教授經院系推薦,向系所及全球處提出申請,由全球處向雙聯學位學校窗口發出我校推薦通知;細節依各合約要求行之
填寫「國立清華大學雙聯學位生申請基本資料表」,並於前一學期註冊日前完成遞件全球事務處全球研究合作組
申請並獲得錄取通知
申請人配合雙聯學位學校端行政作業 配合該校行政程序提交資料
(保險證明、簽證資料等,依各合約要求行之)
申請人配合清華端行政作業 向本校承辦單位確認赴雙聯學校修讀時間,以利資料維護
完成畢業要求 雙聯博士學程,須於本校修業至少兩年(四學期)
其餘未盡細節,在不違背本校規定之前提下,依兩校指導教授協議之
   
【其他】
1. 請於出國前至少前半年申請:「雙聯生資格」申請無時間限制,但請於加入計畫前一學期註冊日前遞交完整申請件,以利學籍註記
    ex.  9月秋季班擬出國者,最晚應於當年度2月註冊日前遞交申請
    ex.  2月春季班擬出國者,最晚應於前一年8月註冊日前遞交申請
2. 務必注意兩校註冊要求、個別學校應備文件
3. 外籍生、陸港澳生另有相關規定,請依個案詢問

【附件】
國立清華大學雙聯學位生申請基本資料表-Outgoing (2021/03/18更新)
國立清華大學雙聯學位生申請基本資料表-Incoming (2021/03/18更新)
雙聯學位獎學金作業辦法暨申請表(近日公告)







 
  洲別
 Continent
國別
 Country
學校名稱
 Name of University
雙聯學位
 Dual Degree
備註
 Note
1 亞洲
Asia
韓國
Korea
浦項工科大學
POSTECH
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:具有相關科系的碩士學位或已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序;應簽署個約
3. 修業規定:依個約(雙方系所)規定
4. 學分抵免:依個約(雙方系所)規定
5. 費用:支付母校學費,保險、網路使用費等其他公共費用及雜費另依就讀校規定行之
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予博士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:合計至多七年,於兩校分別就讀期限依個約(雙方系所)規定
8. 論文要求:論文內容及口試須以英文呈現
9. 合約到期年月:2030.07
2 亞洲
Asia
印度
India
印度理工學院孟買分校
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序
3. 修業規定:依各系所規定辦理,至少3分之1以上總學分需分別於兩校修習
4. 學分抵免:依各系所規定辦理
5. 費用:支付母校學費
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予學位
7. 於兩校就讀:於IITB進行雙聯修業期間至多不超過兩年
8. 論文要求: 須以英文撰寫論文並進行口試
9. 合約到期年月:2025.01
10.其他資訊:
    (1).每年最多薦送五名學生
    (2).學生可依當年度預算,尋求母校獎助學金
 (3).依母校口試規定
3 亞洲
Asia
印度
India
印度理工學院馬德拉斯分校
  Indian Institute of Technology Madras
博士
 Doctor
 碩士
 Master
【博士】
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序
3. 修業規定:學生須完成母校學分要求,雙聯學校可酌情提供推薦課程資訊
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定辦理
5. 費用:支付母校學費
6. 授予學位:可分開授予學位;IITM學位證書上將備註該學位係以同一論文與國立清華大學共同授予
7. 於兩校就讀:學生至少須在IITM修業至少一年;時間可依研究所、指導教授、共同指導教授協定調整
8. 論文要求:依兩校規定、指導教授協議之
9. 合約到期年月:2023.11
10. 其他資訊: 
(1). 需遵照母校口試規定
(2). 申請前須確認校方及老師同意支持提供對等獎學金
(3). 兩校提供Joint Mobility Funds予優秀雙聯生 [new]

【碩士】
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學碩士班入學資格,或已就讀碩士班學位者。
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序
3. 修業規定:依雙方系所規定辦理
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定辦理;至多3分之2以下總學分可轉移
5. 費用:支付母校學費
6. 授予學位:Master of Technology / Science;IITM學位證書上將備註該學位係以同一論文與國立清華大學共同授予
7. 於兩校就讀:學生至少需在IITM研究/就學至少六個月;時間可依研究所、指導教授、共同指導教授協定調整
8. 論文要求:依兩校規定、指導教授協議之
9. 合約到期年月:2023.10
10. 其他資訊:
(1). 學生須依母校規定與監督完成學業
(2). 學生須被兩個學校審核錄取
(3). 學生退出計畫須由兩校、兩校指導老師同意
(4). 學生可於修業期間申請博士班
4 亞洲
Asia
印度
India
[new]
印度理工學院坎普爾分校
  Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
博士
 Doctor
 1. 資格:已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格
 2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序
 3. 修業規定:依各系所規定辦理,轉移到本校的學分不得超過從相應學院畢業所需學分的3分之2
 4. 學分抵免:依各系所規定辦理
 5. 費用:支付母校學費
 6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予學位
 7. 於兩校就讀:於IITK進行雙聯修業期間一至兩年
 8. 論文要求: 須以英文撰寫論文並進行口試
 9. 合約到期年月:2031.01
 10.其他資訊:
 (1).學生應在兩校參加公開研討會。目前線上研討會形式也可以接受
 (2).學生加入計畫必須同時獲得兩校雙聯獎學金資格
5 亞洲
Asia
印度
India
[new]
印度理工學院海德拉巴分校
  Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad
博士
 Doctor
 1. 資格:具有相關科系的碩士學位或已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格
 2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序
 3. 修業規定:依各系所規定辦理,至少3分之1以上總學分需分別於兩校修習
 4. 學分抵免:依各系所規定辦理
 5. 費用:支付母校學費
 6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予學位
 7. 於兩校就讀:依IITH最新公告與指導教授協議,於個人合約註記
 8. 論文要求: 須以英文撰寫論文並進行口試
 9. 合約到期年月:無限期
 10.其他資訊:
 (1).該校與International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT)、Indian School of Business (ISB)有密切合作
 (2).學生赴IITH期間,該校提供獎學金
 (3).學生加入計畫必須同時獲得國訪獎、領航獎或其他相關機票補助資格
6 亞洲
Asia
以色列
Israel
以色列理工學院 
 Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:同時申請兩校入學資格或剛獲得其一入學資格
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序;應簽署個約
3. 修業規定:在個別學校至少修習一門課程,本校學生至少須修習18學分
4. 學分抵免:本校學生得抵免至多總學分的3分之1
5. 費用:支付母校學費,於Technion-IIT進行雙聯修讀時,另需繳交140美元的註冊費
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予學位
7. 於兩校就讀:學程原則上至多六年,在Technion-IIT就讀至少一年;本校學生須在清華就讀四學期
8. 論文要求:論文內容及口試須以英文呈現
9. 論文口試:原則上在母校進行,僅有兩次機會;需在一年內提出第二次口試,未通過即退出本學程
10. 合約到期年月:永久有效
(1)  本校薦送之雙聯學生獲對方學校同意後,學生仍需完成Technion-IIT線上雙聯學位申請
(2)  口試委員至少五位(含兩位指導老師
7 亞洲
Asia
中國大陸
China
[new]
清華大學
Tsinghua University
博士
 Doctor
陸港澳雙聯學位請洽推廣教育中心
8 亞洲
Asia
中國大陸
China
哈爾濱工業大學
 Harbin Institute of Technology
博士
 Doctor
 碩士
 Master
陸港澳雙聯學位請洽推廣教育中心
9 亞洲
Asia
中國大陸
China
南開大學
 Nankai University
碩士
 Master
陸港澳雙聯學位請洽推廣教育中心
10 亞洲
Asia
香港
Hong Kong
香港科技大學
 Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
學士
 Bachelor
陸港澳雙聯學位請洽推廣教育中心
  洲別
 Continent
國別
 Country
學校名稱
 Name of University
雙聯學位
 Dual Degree
備註
 Note
1 美洲
 America
加拿大
Canada
麥克麥斯特大學
McMaster University
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格,或已就讀博士班學位者。
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序;應簽署個約
3. 修業規定:依個約(雙方系所)規定
4. 學分抵免:依個約(雙方系所)規定
5. 費用:支付母校學費;住宿、保險、網路使用費等其他公共費用及雜費另依就讀校規定行之
6. 授予學位:兩校修業規定皆完成後,分別授予兩校學位;雙聯學校根據該校Co-Tutelle條款授予Doctoral Degree
7. 於兩校就讀:在McMaster就讀至少一年;依雙方系所課程安排  
8. 論文要求:須以英文撰寫論文及進行口試;在任一校進行一次口試
9. 合約到期年月:2025.08
10. 其他資訊:
(1). 申請前須確認校方及老師同意提供兩校博士生最低薪資
(2). 指導教授須為正教授
2 美洲
 America
美國
 USA
凱斯西儲大學
 Case Western Reserve University
學士
 Bachelor
1. 資格:限本校電機系大二以上
2. 申請時間:由系所、承辦單位通過選拔後,每年四月三十日前須遞交所有文件給該校;校內申請截止日期依當年度要求為準。遞件後申請人原則上須被該校錄取,最終是否錄取仍由接待校定奪
3. 修業規定:依雙方系所規定
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定
5. 費用:支付母校學費;另繳付凱斯西儲學費,可減免10%,為期兩年;住宿、保險、網路使用費等其他公共費用及雜費須另自行負擔;須出具財力證明
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予學士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:須在母校先就讀四學期以上
8. 論文要求:必須出具英語口說和書面表達能力證明
9. 合約到期年月:永久有效
10. 其他資訊:
(1). 申請人必須樂於與教職員、同儕合作與討論
(2). 簽證:J-1 Exchange Visitor 或 F-1 Student Visa
(3). 須有獨立的本國意外、傷病保險
3 美洲
 America
美國
 USA
加利福尼亞大學柏克萊分校
University of California, Berkeley
學+碩
3+1+X Program
1. 資格:「+1」限本校動機系、工科系、材料系大學部學生;「+X」須完成本校相關領域學士學程
2. 申請時間:「+1」申請依本校全球處及系所公告,「+X」申請依UC B公告
3. 修業規定:
(1). 依個約(雙方系所)規定
(2). 建議於大一至大三完成本校畢業學分要求。大四(「+1」年度)將於UC B選修27學分,本校學生每學期最低應修12學分。超出27學分,學分費另計
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定
5. 費用:「+1」年度本校學生付母校學費;需繳UC B Program Fee,每年US$43,800;「+X」期間依當年度公告行之
6. 授予學位:清華大學學士學位、UC B Program Certificate(非學士學位)、UC B碩士或博士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:大一至大三於清華就讀,大四以獨立交換管道申請於UC B「+1」,研究所班循UC B申請流程「+X」。
8. 論文要求:依兩校規定、指導教授協議之
9. 合約到期年月:2023.10
10. 其他資訊:
(1). 因應COVID-19,學生需配合 UC B 遠端課程、校園關閉等措施
(2). 參加本校3+1+X計畫時,不保證得進入該校研究所課程,需通過該校審核
(3). 此計畫在該校稱「UNEX's Concurrent Enrollment program」,與本校合約簽定名額合可薦送二十名學生
(4). 語言能力鑑定要求:577 paper-based TOEFL, 90 iBT 或 7 IELTS;若通過口試,可免除門檻
4 美洲
 America
美國
 USA
加利福尼亞大學洛杉磯分校
University of California, Los Angeles
學+碩
3+1+X Program
1. 資格:合約限本校工程領域、數學系、物理系、化學及相關領域;目前該校開放申請工程領域、數學系、物理系
2. 申請時間:大三配合全球處及系所公告期程申請「+1」並通過審查的清華學生,大四時可線上或實地學習兩門Hybrid MSOL Program提供的課程,並另申請Hybrid MSOL Program之研究所入學許可
3. 修業規定:
(1). 依個約(雙方系所)規定
(2). 申請入學許可通過的同學,必須在一年內完成各Program要求(通常為修完至少9門課,各Program要求不同)
4. 學分抵免:於MSOL Program修得之學分不得用於抵免本校大學部學分,其餘未盡者依各系所規定
5. 費用:「+1」年度清華大學學生付本校學費;需繳UCLA Program Fee;如果學生選擇到UCLA修課,需要付額外費用;「+X」期間依當年度公告行之
6. 授予學位:本校學士學位、UCLA Program Certificate、UCLA碩士學位(Master of science in engineering)
7. 於兩校就讀:大一至大三於本校就讀;申請到計畫許可的同學,可以選擇到UCLA修最多四門課或最多待兩個Quater,也可以全部修線上課程不到UCLA上課
8. 論文要求:依兩校規定、指導教授協議之
9. 合約到期年月:2025.04
10. 其他資訊:
(1). 此計畫在該校稱「MSOL Program」,最新公告參https://www.msol.ucla.edu/admission-requirements/以及www.msol.ucla.edu/admissions/
(2).完成所有課程並通過才得以獲得證書
(3). UCLA每門課4000美金,9堂課的Program共36000美金;申請入學的申請費為125美金;當年度費率可能有所調整
(4). 語言能力鑑定要求:依網站及系所最新公告,目前為560 paper-based TOEFL, 87 iBT 或 7 IELTS
  洲別
 Continent
國別
 Country
學校名稱
 Name of University
雙聯學位
 Dual Degree
備註
 Note
1 歐洲
 Europe
捷克
 Czech
捷克科技大學
 Czech Technical University in Prague
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格,或已就讀博士班學位者
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處
申請、進行註冊程序
3. 修業規定:依雙方系所規定;於雙聯學校至少修習一門課程;至少3分之1以上學分應在本校修習;至少需完成18學分
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定得互相承認學分,最多抵免3分之2畢業學分
5. 費用:支付母校學費
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予博士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:原則上三至四年間完成,合計至多六年,本校學生於清華修業至少兩年(四學期)
8. 論文要求:須以英文撰寫論文並進行口試,並提供中文、英文及捷克文論文摘要。
9. 合約到期年月:2024.06
10: 其他資訊 
(1). 需於口試前六星期提交論文
(2). 口試委員五至九位,含兩位指導教授及3分之1雙聯學校教授
(3). 於Czech Technical University in Prague
進行雙聯期間,需自行安排健康保險事宜
(4). 無個約範本,加入計畫需經過指導教授、兩校全球長授權同意
2 歐洲
 Europe
法國
 France
蔚藍海岸大學(原尼斯大學)
Université Côte d‘Azur (原University of Nice Sophia AnUniversity of Nice Sophia Antipolis)
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:至少在本校就讀博士班一年,方得申請雙聯計畫
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序;應簽署個約
3. 修業規定:依雙方系所規定(我沒看到個約耶);於雙聯學校至少修習一門課程;至少3分之1以上學分應在本校修習;至少需完成18學分
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定得至多抵免3分之2學分;部份系所得抵免碩士班溢修學分,依系所規定行之
5. 費用:支付母校學費
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予博士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:合計三至六年
8. 論文要求:無最低要求, 須以英文撰寫論文並進行口試,並提供英文、法文及中文論文摘要
9. 合約到期年月:2021.03
10: 其他資訊 
(1). 需於口試前六星期提交論文
(2). 口試委員五至八位,含兩位指導教授及3分之1雙聯學校教授
(3). 於雙聯學校進行雙聯期間,需自行安排健康保險事宜
(4). 無個約範本,加入計畫需經過指導教授、兩校全球長授權同意
(5). 申請前須確認校方及老師同意提供獎學金,達法國最低薪資要求
3 歐洲
 Europe
法國
 France
薩克雷大學
 Université Paris-Saclay
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格,或已就讀博士班學位者。限定領域於Life science and Health, Computer science and Informatics, Electrical engineering, Earth Sustainability/Environment, Economics, Energy Management, Materials science and engineering, Physical and chemical sciences, Universe sciences
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;博士生於就學期間,將於本校、巴黎薩克雷大學註冊;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請;
應簽署個約
3. 修業規定:依個約(雙方系所)規定
4. 學分抵免:依個約(雙方系所)規定
5. 費用:支付母校學費;保險、網路使用費等其他公共費用及雜費另依就讀校規定行之
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予博士學位;法方學位係「Doctorat」
7. 於兩校就讀:在兩校研修博士學位時間,必須超過三年 
8. 論文要求:須以英文撰寫論文及進行口試
9. 合約到期年月:2023.10
10. 其他資訊:
(1). 申請人數以雙聯博士計畫執行的台法雙方教授考量資源後協訂之
(2). 指導、畢業考試、另有附約及細則
(3). 法方獎學金資訊:https://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/en/research/avant/fundings
(4). 申請前須確認校方及老師同意提供獎學金,達法國最低薪資要求
4 歐洲
 Europe
法國
 France
法國巴黎第八大學
 Université de Paris VIII
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格
2. 申請時間:在母校註冊第二年結束前須申請雙聯學校入學
3. 修業規定:依雙方系所規定
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定
5. 費用:支付母校學費
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予博士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:合計六年
8. 論文要求:論文及口試論文要求依合約規定
9. 合約到期年月:2029.04
10: 其他資訊: 
(1). 若在清大辦理口試,需於口試前六周提交論文;若在巴黎第八大學口試,需於口試前十星期提交論文;口試委員五至八位,含兩位指導教授及3分之1雙聯學校委員
(2). 對於巴黎第八大學,學生需要在口試前提交兩份外部評估報告,以授權進行測驗
(3). 於巴黎第八大學進行雙聯期間,需自行安排健康保險事宜
(4). 申請前須確認校方及老師同意提供獎學金,達法國最低薪資要求
5 歐洲
 Europe
法國
 France
尚貝里大學(薩瓦大學)
 Universite Savoie Mont Blanc(Chambery)
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序;應簽署個約
3. 修業規定:依雙方系所規定
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定
5. 費用:支付母校學費及註冊費(年繳)
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予博士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:共計三年,經雙方同意後可延長至四年;停留於同一學校時間可不連續
8. 論文要求:論文需依個約規定,以英文或法文撰寫,若以英文書寫,需提供法文摘要
9. 合約到期年月:2021.08
10. 其他資訊:
(1). 口試委員最多不超過八位
(2). 法方不主動提供獎學金,但會協助尋找可申請的獎學金
(3). 申請前須確認校方及老師同意提供獎學金,達法國最低薪資要求
6 歐洲
 Europe
法國
 France
[new]
諾歐商學院
 NEOMA Business School
碩士
 Master
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學碩士班入學資格,或已就讀碩士班學位者。限定領域於科技管理學院、工業工程與工程管理學系;每年至多3位
2. 申請時間:依當年度公告;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序;應簽署個約
3. 修業規定:依雙方系所規定
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定
5. 費用:支付母校學費及註冊費
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予碩士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:第一年必須在原入學學校就讀;赴法就讀一年(兩學期)
8. 論文要求:論文若以英文書寫,需提供法文摘要
9. 合約到期年月:2025.11
10. 其他資訊:
 (1). 課程地圖如何約附件,然依實際情況微調
7 歐洲
 Europe
德國
 Germany
杜賓根大學 
 Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:具有相應科系的碩士學位或已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序;應簽署個約
3. 修業規定:依個約(雙方系所)規定
4. 學分抵免:依個約(雙方系所)規定
5. 費用:支付母校學費;於德國修業期間須繳付「social fees」,由Studentenwerk Tübingen收費
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予博士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:合計預計三年
8. 論文要求:須以英文撰寫論文及進行口試,摘要須以德文及中文撰寫。
9. 合約到期年月:2024.03
10. 其他資訊:
(1). 於德國修業期間無校內住宿保障 
(2). 未盡事宜依雙方既有規定行之,或另行議定
(3).  申請流程: 
A. 與您所研究領域的大學教授,或者與您感興趣的學位課程的學術主管聯繫。詳參www.uni‐tuebingen.de (Fakultäten)
B. 獲得杜賓根學術單位的接受協議(letter of acceptance)以申請簽證前往德國進行學習或研究
C. 協議被接受後,正式進入申請成為該校國際學生之程序
D. 申請網址:https://movein‐uni‐tuebingen.moveonnet.eu/movein/portal/studyportal.php
E. 被國際學生諮詢和錄取辦公室錄取後,備妥以下文件到招生辦公室(Wilhelmstr。11)註冊為雙聯學生:
‐學術單位的錄取通知書
‐國際學生招生辦公室的錄取通知書,
‐具有德國有效居留證的護照
‐護照照片大小的照片
‐健康保險的書面證明。
F. 申請宿舍(無期限):https://tl1host.de/SWTUE/wohnheimaufnahmeantrag.html?lang_id=1
G. 獎學金可參考 DAAD‐Stipendiendatenbank: https://www.daad.de/deutschland/de/"
8 歐洲
 Europe
瑞典
 Sweden
林雪平大學
 Linkoping University
學碩3+2
 (NTHU Bachelor + LiU Master)
1. 資格:限本校就讀物理、材料、電機或資工或第一專長為前述系所之大三以上學生申請
2. 申請時間:依公告為主,約每年一月至二月中旬;預計三月上旬公告選派學生名單,通過之學生屆時仍須於四月中旬前完成林雪平大學學位線上申請
3. 修業規定:依雙方系所規定
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定
5. 費用:支付母校學費及相關手續費;於林雪平大學第三年起須繳交完全學費
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予本校學士及林雪平大學碩士學位(Master of Science)
7. 於兩校就讀:合計五年;本校學生於清華修業至少三年(六學期),於林雪平大學修業兩年
8. 論文要求: 依兩校規定、指導教授協議之
9. 合約到期年月:2024.01
10. 其他資訊:
(1). 原則上本校每年至多薦送四位學生赴林雪平大學;可依實際情形調整以平衡雙邊人數
(2). 以ECTS學分計數為主,詳參本校相關轉換學分規則
(3). 僅可申請林學平大學Faculty of Science and Engineering,含Electronics Engineering, Communication Systems and, Materials Science and Nanotechnology學程;依當年度公告為準
(4). 語言能力鑑定要求:托福90以上並寫作不得低於20;雅思6.5以上並各科不得低於5.5
9 歐洲
 Europe
瑞士
 Switzerland
伯恩大學
 University of Bern
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格,並符合兩校入學要求;依兩校最新規定行之
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序;應簽署個約
3. 修業規定:依雙方系所規定
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定
5. 費用:支付母校學費、入學審查等費用
6. 授予學位:授予一個雙聯博士學位,需於學位證書上敘明「國立清華大學與伯恩大學共同指導的雙聯學位」(a doctorate under joint-supervison at the NTHU and at the University of Bern)
7. 於兩校就讀:於兩校修業期間至少各兩年
8. 論文要求:另行議定
9. 合約到期年月:2027.08
10. 其他資訊:
(1). 關於學位授予,備註原文如附「The joint-supervision degree issued within the Memorandum of Understanding of the jointly supervised thesis entitles the doctoral candidate to carry a single doctorate title, but not two doctoral titles.」
(2). 於伯恩大學進行雙聯期間,需自行安排健康保險事宜
(3). 無個約範本,加入計畫另行訂定個約,內容包含撰文語言、摘要、測驗、入學審查、評分方式、教授、智財權、於兩校就讀時間等資訊
10 歐洲
 Europe
土耳其
 Turkey
科克大學
 Koç University
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格者;學士班申請逕博者,依國立清華大學之規定
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序
3. 修業規定:本校學生,至少修習18學分;其餘依雙方系所規定
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定,至多抵免3分之2學分
5. 費用:支付母校學費
6. 授予學位:兩校分開授予博士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:合計最長六年,於Koç修業期間至少一年
8. 論文要求:論文撰寫及口試須以英文進行。論文摘要需為中文及英文
9. 合約到期年月:2028.07
10. 其他資訊:
      (1). 論文需於口試六星期前提交
      (2). 口試委員五至九位,含兩位指導教授及3分之1雙聯學校委員
11 歐洲
 Europe
英國
 UK
[UPDATE]
利物浦大學 
 University of Liverpool
博士
 Doctor
1. [UPDATE]資格:碩士班學生(含申請碩逕博學生)、博一或博二學生
2. 申請時間: 依每年雙方老師合作計畫案審查通過時間而定,約每年三至四月,一個計畫案限招收一名博士生。
3. 修業規定:雙聯修業期間四年
4. 學分抵免:依雙方系所規定
5. 費用:本校學生通過資格考後,可免繳母校學費
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予博士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:合計四年
8. 論文要求:須以英文撰寫論文及進行口試
9. 合約到期年月:2024.01
10. 其他資訊:
(1). 申請前請確認指導教授已與對方教授合作之兩校之計畫案已經審查通過
(2). 本校學生資格考通過後即可享本校免學雜學分費,以及每月約新台幣一萬一千元獎學金補助;獎學金將於學生至利物浦進行雙聯修讀時發放,至多兩年。獎學金事宜依本校最新公告行之
(3). 領域及教授列表可參閱相關網站最新公告 https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/study/postgraduate-research/how-to-apply/
(4). 口試為兩校聯合辦理,口試地點可於本校或利物浦大學
(5). 需分別於兩校提出口試申請
(6). 語言能力鑑定要求:雅思6.5以上並各科不得低於5.5
  洲別
 Continent
國別
 Country
學校名稱
 Name of University
雙聯學位
 Dual Degree
備註
 Note
1 大洋洲
Oceania
澳洲
Australia
雪梨科技大學
University of Technology Sydney
博士
 Doctor
1. 資格:已獲得清華大學博士班入學資格
2. 申請時間:無時間限制;討論後向欲就讀學系及本處申請、進行註冊程序;應簽署個約
3. 修業規定:建議學生在清大修完必修學分再加入此雙學位學程,以免四年無法畢業
4. 學分抵免:依個約(雙方系所)規定
5. 費用:支付母校學費
6. 授予學位:兩校分別授予博士學位
7. 於兩校就讀:合計三至六年,本校學生於清華修業至少兩年(四學期)。雙聯學程修業期間,依清華規定至多為七年,UTS則不超過四年
8. 論文要求:無申請門檻;須以英文撰寫論文及進行口試
9. 合約到期年月:2025.10
10. 其他資訊:
      (1). 我方學生如超過修業期限,須支付國際學生應承擔學費以及學生服務和設施費
      (2).任一方學生適用母校相關的智慧財產權政策及規定,若後續有特殊情形或需求,雙方亦可再另行書面協議

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Cheng-Hsien LIU
Professor
liuch@pme.nthu.edu.tw
Department of Power Mechanical Engineering & NEMS Institute
NTHU
 
Expertise:
Lab on Chip, Organ on Lab Chips, Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems (MEMS), Microstsems for Biomedical Applications, Nanotechnology, OptoElectronic Tweezers, Microfluidics

Looking for collaborator in: 
research collaboration related to Lab on Chip, Organ on Microstsems for Biomedical Applications, Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Miniaturized Opto-Biomedical Instruments

Research Intro:
http://memsliu.pme.nthu.edu.tw/
http://mx.nthu.edu.tw/~chhsliu/

Recruiting Dual Ph.D Student:
Yes
Chia-Min YANG
Professor 
cmyang@mx.nthu.edu.tw 
Department of Chemistry
National Tsing Hua University
Expertise:
 • Physical Chemistry
 • Materials Chemistry
 • Heterogeneous Catalysis

Research Intro: 
Professor Yang’s research focus on the development of novel mesoporous materials and porous nanocomposites for energy-related and green heterogeneous catalysis. His research group has discovered several new types of mesoporous silica nanostructures for applying in biomedical and catalytic applications. In addition, his research group has extensively studied the selective oxidation of propylene by O2 on the nanosized copper supported on mesoporous silica materials as well as photocatalytic water splitting to produce hydrogen by tantalum-based pyrochlore nanoparticles. Current research topics include (1) Design and preparation of novel mesoporous and nanocomposite materials, (1) Selective oxidation of propylene and methane by O2 on the supported metal nanoparticles or clusters, (2) Selective hydrogenation of CO2 on nickel-based nanocatalysts, (3) Ammonia synthesis and decomposition on ruthenium-based nanocomposite catalysts, and (4) Photocatalytic water splitting and CO2 reduction by pyrochlore nanocrystals. 

Personal Website:
http://my.nthu.edu.tw/~chem/faculty/e-cmyang/e-cmyangLab.htm

Looking for collaborators in:
 • Design and preparation of porous nanocomposites for advanced applications.
 • Catalytic studies on selective oxidation or reduction of small molecules
 • Mechanistic studies by in-situ/operando spectroscopies
 • Advanced catalysts characterizations

Recruiting Ph.D student:
Yes
Ho-Hsiu CHOU, Ph.D
Associate Professor
hhchou@mx.nthu.edu.tw

Department of Chemical Engineering
National Tsing Hua University
Expertise:
 • Conjugated polymer materials
 • Organic semiconductor materials
 • Nature-inspired energy technology (artificial photosynthesis: solar-driven hydrogen production, water-splitting, CO2 reduction, ammonia synthesis, photocatalysis)
 • Nature-inspired electronic technology (electronic skin: soft materials and electronic devices, stretchable and self-healing materials, sensing devices)

Research Intro:
Our group is focused on materials innovation for developing the next-generation materials, electronics and concept. The use of the basic principles in chemistry and material science is enable us to explore the interesting characteristics of organic and carbon-based materials for soft functional materials and sustainable energy. This unique and multidisciplinary approach is built a combined fundamental molecular design and practical applications, to redefine the chemical issues outside of normal boundaries and reach solutions based on a fundamental understanding of the complex system.

Personal Website:
https://hohsiuchou.wixsite.com/hohsiuchou 

Looking for collaborators in: 
 • Polymer and molecules simulation, DFT, MD simulation for catalysis 
 • Solar energy
 • Functional polymers
 • Organic semiconductors for flexible electronics
 • Water-splitting, photocatalysis, electrocatalysis, CO2 reduction 

Recruiting Ph.D student:
Yes


Keng-Ku LIU
Assistant Professor 
kkliu@mx.nthu.edu.tw
Department of Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Sciences
NTHU
 
Expertise:
Synthesis and characterization of new classes of low-dimensional nanomaterials and their applications in chemical and biological sensors, bioelectronic devices and nanoelectronics

Looking for collaborator in: 

Research Intro:
Lab website https://kengkuliu.wixsite.com/liugroup

Recruiting Dual Ph.D Student:
Yes
Li-Shan HUANG
Professor
lhuang@stat.nthu.edu.tw

Institute of Statistics
National Tsing Hua University
Expertise:
 • Smoothing methods; Nonparametric and semiparametric models;
 • Functional data analysis;
 • Cure rate models; Measurement error models;
 • Statistical applications in health sciences
 
Research Intro:
Prof. Li-Shan Huang’s research focuses on nonparametric curve estimation, to relax assumptions on the form of the regression or density function. This is a flexible and useful approach that allows the data to determine a curve for itself. A different research interest involves statistical applications in biomedical sciences. Real-world phenomena often bring up interesting statistical questions and challenges. Prof. Li-Shan Huang have collaborated with researchers in earthquake engineering, environmental health, obstetrics and gynecology, and cancer.
 
Looking for collaborators in:
 
Recruiting Ph.D student:
Yes


Ta-Jen YEN
Professor
tjyen@mx.nthu.edu.tw 
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
NTHU
Expertise:
Metamaterials, Plasmonics, Nanophotonics, Engineering, Micro, Fuel Cells, Biosensing and bio-imaging, Green Energy

Looking for collaborator in: 
Collaborators in all fields.

Research Intro:
Metamaterial and Nano-device Laboratory

Recruiting Dual Ph.D Student:
Yes
Expertise:
 • Thin-film solar cells for next-generation space-use solar application  
 • Electrochemical/Electric Impedance Analysis and Capacitance Spectroscopy for thin-film type batteries and solar cells 
 • Ceramic oxide-based electrolyte and all-solid-state thin film Li-batteries

Research Intro:
Advanced Thin Film Energy Materials Laboratory devoted to developing high efficiency inorganic thin-film solar cells and innovative solid-state thin-film Li-batteries. Current topics include (1) High efficiency Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin film solar cells and light/heat/bias-induced defect characterization; (2) Proton/electron irradiation test on inorganic chalcopyrite thin film solar cells; (3) Oxide-based electrolyte in thin film Li metal batteries; (4) Operando observation on Li dendrite formation in solid state electrolyte; (5) Self-powered solar charged system. 

Personal Website:
http://tzuyinglinlab.weebly.com/ 

Looking for collaborators in:
• First-principal calculation for irradiation-induced defect in compound semiconductor
• Solid-state NMR spectroscopy, in situ NMR methods for Lithium-ion batteries
• Power management of Solar/Battery electronic systems

Recruiting Ph.D student:
Yes
In alphabetical order 
Final update: 04.2021 
If you would like to update your information, please contact: drc@my.nthu.edu.tw

Prof Ahmed Elsheikh
Professor of Biomaterial Mechanics

Ahmed.Elsheikh@liverpool.ac.uk
Civil Engineering and Industrial Design

Brief Introduction:
Professor Elsheikh leads the Ocular Biomechanics Research Group with interest in ocular material characterisation and numerical simulation of ocular biomechanical performance.

Professor Elsheikh is a Chartered Engineer, a corporate Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He has published 2 books, over 70 journal papers and 30 conference papers.

Dr Elsheikh has long practical experience as a structural engineer, and his recent work includes the development of a number of medical devices to help improve the management of eye diseases. He is interested in NTHU academics who are interested in biomechanics or work in biology that can have a biomechanical impact. He is particularly interested in the eye but can also work in other organs.

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/engineering/staff/ahmed-elsheikh/
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/biomechanical-engineering-group/

Prof Alexander Movchan
Professor of Applied Mathematics
abm@liverpool.ac.uk

Mathematical Sciences

Brief Introduction:
Professor Movchan’s interests are in asymptotic analysis of mechanical problems, waves modelling, linear elasticity, meta-materials, using PDEs approaches. Though he uses numerical methods sometimes, he is a world leader in asymptotic analysis for modelling.

He is also the director of Research Centre of Mathematical Modelling.

Link: 
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/mathematical-sciences/staff/alexander-movchan/

Dr Amanda Hughes
Lecturer
Amanda.Hughes2@liverpool.ac.uk

Mechanical, Materials & Aerospace Eng

Brief Introduction:
Dr Amanda Jane Hughes is a Lecturer in Energy Engineering in the Department of Mechanical, Materials and Aerospace Engineering. Her research expertise is in the area of solar energy, and her research covers both device level and system level design of photovoltaics and solar thermal technology. She is interested in research broadly related to energy, materials, and manufacturing. Her current projects focus on design and manufacturing of solar energy devices/systems.

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/engineering/staff/amanda-hughes/

Dr. Andreas Alpers
Lecturer
Andreas.Alpers@liverpool.ac.uk
Mathematical Sciences

Brief Introduction:
Dr Alpers is a lecturer in applied mathematics. His main research focus is on the theory and applications of inverse problems, i.e., retrieving information about objects from various types of measured data. As his main background is in discrete mathematics and discrete optimization (optimization problems involving integer variables), he is particularly interested in inverse problems that involve some sort of discrete variables. He has worked on theoretical and applied aspects of discrete and geometric tomography problems, and, most recently, on geometric clustering methods in data science.

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/mathematical-sciences/staff/andreas-alpers/publications/

Dr Bakhti Vasiev
Senior Lecturer
B.Vasiev@liverpool.ac.uk
Mathematical Sciences

Brief Introduction:
Dr Vasiev is a senior lecturer in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. His research is associated with mathematical studies of biological development, demographics and aging. His work is focused on investigation of mechanisms of pattern formation in nonlinear systems, including formation of Turing patterns and propagating waves. Particularly, he studies mechanisms of formation of morphogenetic patterns and migration of cells in developing tissues and in colonies of microorganisms. He is also working on theoretical aspects of aging in human population as reflected by mortality data. 

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/mathematical-sciences/staff/bakhtier-vasiev/

Dr. Benjamin SALEM BERNARD
Senior Lecturer
B.Salem-Bernard@liverpool.ac.uk

Civil Engineering and Industrial Design
Brief Introduction:
Here is the draft PhD abstract as it currently stands:
A novel system combining modular robot platforms,
which can autonomously reconfigure, assemble and disconnect as per task and operational requirements (e.g. mission, context, status). This proposal includes the development and partial implementation of a 5 levels scale of autonomy for reconfiguration and
navigation of the robot system: Controlled, Programmed, Semi-Automated, Automated, Agency & Volition. It also includes the demonstration of the autonomous navigation and reconfiguration of two robot modules. Ultimately, in the long term, we aim to deliver an autonomous system, for a variety of field missions, consisting of an all-terrain throwable robot coupled with a command and deployment UAV.

Link:
http://www.bsalem.info/
Prof Carsten Welsch
Head of Department
c.p.welsch@liverpool.ac.uk
Physics

Brief Introduction:
Professor Carsten Welsch is Head of the Liverpool physics department and the accelerator science cluster. His research focuses on the design and optimization of particle accelerators, the development of new sensor technologies and accelerator applications such as ion beam therapy and X-ray imaging. He is also Director of the Liverpool Centre for Doctoral Training in Data Intensive Science (www.livdat.org) where his research focuses on machine learning and AI for data analysis and automation, as well as using HPC for data intense simulations of charged particle beams and plasmas.

Link:
www.liv.ac.uk/physics
www.cockcroft.ac.uk
www.quasar-group.org
Prof Corina Constantinescu
Professor of Mathematics, Director of IFAM
constanc@liverpool.ac.uk

Mathematical Sciences

Brief Introduction:
Prof Constantinescu’s expertise is in analytical methods for deriving exact or asymptotic results for ruin probabilities, with light or heavy-tailed assumptions in complex insurance risk models. A more recent research interest of hers is financial inclusion, namely correctly pricing and regulating microfinance and microinsurance practices.

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/mathematical-sciences/staff/dana-constantinescu/

Dr Daniel Meyer
Lecturer in Pure Mathematics
Daniel.Meyer@liverpool.ac.uk

Mathematical Sciences

Brief Introduction:
Dr Meyer is a Lecturer in pure mathematics in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. His research interests lie in the areas of Complex Analysis and Dynamical Systems, in particular in Geometric Function Theory and Complex Dynamics. Recent research has been in quasiconformal geometry, with an emphasis on quasisymmetric uniformization. Another focus has been on Thurston maps. A research monograph (joint with Mario Bonk) on this topic was recently published. Other ongoing research concerns the mating of polynomials.

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/mathematical-sciences/staff/daniel-meyer/
Dr Ehsan Azmoodeh
Lecturer in Actuarial and Financial Mathematics
Ehsan.Azmoodeh@liverpool.ac.uk

Mathematical Sciences

Brief Introduction:
Dr. Azmoodeh’s research interests lie in the union of probability theory, stochastic analysis, and mathematical finance.  On the probability side, I'm interested in Stein method and applications in the quantification of probabilistic limit theorems. On the stochastic analysis and finance side, I'm interested in fractional Brownian motion and rough stochastic volatility models.

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/mathematical-sciences/staff/ehsan-zmoodeh/

Dr Greig Paterson
Funded Fellowships
Greig.Paterson@liverpool.ac.uk

Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences

Brief Introduction:
Greig Paterson a NERC Independent Research Fellow in the Department of Earth, Oceans, and Ecological Sciences at the University of Liverpool. His research focuses on a range of applied and theoretical Earth and environmental magnetism. His main research themes are developing methods to recover recordings of Earth's ancient magnetic field, as well as using micromagnetic modelling to understand the magnetic behavior of complex assemblages of nanoparticles. Other research areas include magnetism applied to volcanology, biomagnetism, and magnetic pollution.

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/environmental-sciences/staff/greig-paterson/research/

Dr Haifei Zhang
Senior Lecturer
zhanghf@liverpool.ac.uk
Chemistry

Brief Introduction:
Dr Haifei Zhang is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chemistry. He has a chemical engineering background. His research activites are in the area of porous polymer & carbon materials, silica, and nanostructured materials for sustainable chemistry and biomedical application. He is particularly interested in the synthesis of photo-sensitive organic nanoparticles for bioimaging and large-scale synthesis of nanofibers for separation and water treatment.

Link:
http://www.liv.ac.uk/chemistry/staff/haifei-zhang/

Prof Huajiang Ouyang
Head of Dynamics and Control in School of Engineering
Fellow of Institute of Physics and Fellow of Higher Education AcademyH.Ouyang@liverpool.ac.uk

Mechanical, Materials & Aerospace Eng

Brief Introduction:
Main Research Interests: Structural Dynamics and Control, particularly on isolation and eigenstructure assignment, friction-induced vibration, and moving-load dynamics problems (train-track-bridge) Structural Identification, including damage assessment Vibration-based Energy Harvesting. Other research interests include computational mechanics, solid mechanics and uncertainty analysis.
Have published 260+ journal papers, with a citation of 6200+ and H-index of 40.


Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/engineering/staff/huajiang-ouyang/

Prof Ke Chen
Professor
k.chen@liverpool.ac.uk
Mathematical Sciences

Brief Introduction:
Professor Chen is a computational mathematician, specialised in scientific computing, numerical PDEs,
nonlinear optimization and deep learning algorithms. His recent work focuses more image processing models and data sciences such as segmentation, co-registration, compressed sensing, hypergeometric imaging, super-resolution and learning networks. He is the director of EPSRC Liverpool Centre for Maths in Healthcare, collaborating widely on campus, across UK and beyond on healthcare problems.

Link:
www.liverpool.ac.uk/~cmchenke

Dr. Konstantin Luzyanin
konstantin.luzyanin@liverpool.ac.uk

Brief Introduction:
Luzyanin's lab (Sliding Koala lab: https://luzyaninlab.weebly.com) focuses on the development of new sustainable approaches to synthesis and catalysis, in particular, on the rational design of new catalytic routes for batch and flow photocatalysis, as well as on metal-mediated activation of small biogenic molecules. We blend experimental work with advanced analytical characterisation including multinuclear/multidimensional NMR spectroscopy and mass-spectrometry, and DFT calculations. 

Link:
https://luzyaninlab.weebly.com

Dr. Nicola Pagani
Senior Lecturer in Pure Mathematics
pagani@liverpool.ac.uk
Mathematical Sciences
Brief Introduction:
Dr. Pagani's research is mostly focussed on the geometry of the moduli spaces of curves and related spaces, and their applications to enumerative geometry (most notably, Gromov-Witten theory). Recently he has also worked on the problem of compactifying the Jacobian variety of nodal curves in the context of studying how to compactify the universal Jacobian over the moduli space of stable curves.   The techniques he employs are mostly in algebraic geometry, but he also uses some techniques from algebraic topology and combinatorics, such as the theory of hyperplane arrangements, the representation theory of the symmetric group, and the combinatorics of chip-firing games.

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/mathematical-sciences/staff/nicola-pagani/research/
Dr Oleg Karpenov
Lecturer in Mathematics
karpenk@liverpool.ac.uk
Mathematical Sciences

Brief Introduction:
Dr Oleg Karpenkov is a Senior Lecture in Mathematics. His research is in the areas of geometry of numbers and discrete geometry. His research covers theory of multidimensional continued fractions, geometric knot theory, rigidity theory, and discrete differential geometry. His current projects are on the study of Markov numbers, Minkowsky polyhedra and and geometry of continued fractions behind generalized rational knots
.
Link:
http://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/~karpenk/

Dr Radhakrishnan Nair
Senior Lecturer
nair@liverpool.ac.uk
Mathematical Sciences

Brief Introduction:
Dr Nair’s Interests are in Ergodic Theory and Number Theory and their relationships.  In particular in relation to diophantine analysis e.g. diophantine approximation, analytic number theory, combinatorial number theory.  I also study ergodic averages which are useful in this regard.  Independently I study uniform distribution theory in relation to questions in number theory.

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/mathematical-sciences/staff/radhakrishnan-nair/

Prof. Roman Boulatov  
Professor
boulatov@liverpool.ac.uk
Chemistry

Brief Introduction:
The Boulatov group focuses on fundamental studies and applications of polymer mechanochemistry (cf Nature Rev. Chem., 2021, doi.org/10.1038/s41570-020-00249-y). We exploit a multidisciplinary approach that integrates synthesis, physical measurements, quantum-chemical calculations and modeling to understand the behavior of polymer chains in mechanically loaded materials and how it affects the materials properties in diverse applications of elastomers, such as tyres.

Link:
http://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/~boulatov/

Dr Stefania Soldini
Lecturer (Asst. Prof.) in Space Engineering
Stefania.Soldini@liverpool.ac.uk
Mechanical, Materials & Aerospace Eng

Brief Introduction:
Interested in the following topics:
• Multi-body dynamics for large deployable structure
• Orbital dynamics around minor bodies
• Manufacturing of space origami robots

PhD thesis title Shape-changing 3D-Printed Origami CubeSats for Near-Earth Asteroid Proximity Operations Abstract Near-Earth Asteroids(NEAs) are rich in valuable commodities and their usage represents an ambitious challenge. Future asteroid missions will require novel and unconventional engineering solutions to meet a range of open technical problems.

This project aims at advancing next generation of space robotic missions to NEAs by using low-cost shape-changing origami CubeSats that can re-configure to perform different mission tasks. Past and recent theoretical studies have demonstrated that reflective deployable structures could allow for spacecraft’s orbit control or transfer. We propose a change in the local reflectivity of origami membranes to trigger shape reconfiguration of a flat surface. This could open mission scenarios where a shape-changing origami CubeSat can accomplish several tasks. For example, an origami CubeSat capable to change shape could adapt by behaving as a spacecraft when in orbit and re-configure as a rover when landing. This approach is in contrast to traditional asteroid missions where Large(L-) Class monolithic spacecraft are used, with the disadvantage of being highly costly ($200M) and requiring decades of development time (i.e. few launch opportunities).

The outcome of the project will be to estimate the design drivers in term of changes in the area-to-mass ratio of the 3D-printed origami CubeSat and its prototype."

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/engineering/staff/stefania-soldini/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5IhFIxZxZI&t=64s
CEII/Network+ EPSRC Ref EP/S036113/1

Dr. Vasileios (Vasilis) C. Kamperidis
Lecturer in Civil/Structural Engineering | Civil/Structural Engineer (Consultant), Dipl., M.Sc., Ph.D., FHEA, CEng
V.Kamperidis@liverpool.ac.uk
Civil Engineering and Industrial Desig
Brief Introduction:
Vasilis has a 6-year experience as a researcher in the field of Structural Engineering; a 4.5-year teaching experience in academic institutions in the area of Structural and Civil Engineering; and a 10-year professional experience as a Chartered Engineer (CEng) in the field of Structural and Civil Engineering in Greece (Consultant Structural Engineer). He is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the UK (FHEA). Vasilis is an external examiner in academic institutions in the UK and Greece. He is also a reviewer for several academic journals. He believes that integrating his above skills, competencies and experience can optimally serve and communicate the needs and priorities of the society and industry to academia and vice versa. Vasilis currently serves as a lecturer in Civil/Structural Engineering in the Department of Civil Engineering and Industrial Design, School of Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, at the University of Liverpool, UK.

Vasilis’ research expertise pertains to the development and evaluation of earthquake-resilient steel and steel-concrete composites structural systems, devices and connections, mainly for buildings and bridges. His research interests lie in the field of the response of structures to extreme loads (i.e., earthquakes, typhoons/hurricanes/strong winds, impacts, tsunamis, blasts, etc.), with a particular focus on the resilience- and performance-based earthquake and wind engineering. His research vision focuses on integrating state-of-the-art structural modelling (e.g., for cyclic metal plasticity, fracture, damping and buckling), “Green materials” (e.g., high-strength and stainless steels, Glued laminated timber (Glulam), Cross-laminated timber (CLT), etc.), advanced computational techniques and experimental results into a coherent framework for the (a) performance evaluation of existing structural systems with the aim to improve them (structural upgrade); and (b) development and design of novel structural systems that intend to satisfy the global priorities and demands of modern societies for multi-hazard resilience (e.g., Resilience-based Design (RBD) and community resilience) and sustainability (e.g., “Green Construction”) within the built environment.

As a young academic and researcher, Vasilis has currently published seven journal and conference papers and currently working on his research aiming to submit four journal papers within 2021.

Link:
Academic webpage: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/engineering/staff/vasileios-kamperidis/research/

Professor Vassilios Theofilis
Chair in Aerospace Engineering
vnt@liverpool.ac.uk
Mechanical, Materials & Aerospace Eng

Brief Introduction:
Dr. Theofilis’ research interests lie in the prediction and control of fluid flow instabilities at all speed regimes. In particular, he specialises in the areas of global linear and nonlinear instability of flows with multiple inhomogeneous spatial directions and the associated numerical solution of large eigenvalue and initial-value problems governing small-amplitude disturbances in such flows. Applications of current interest include attached and separated three-dimensional boundary layer flows, vortex systems in the wake of three-dimensional wings, flow over aircraft fuselages and submarines, supersonic flow over compression ramps and hypersonic flows over elliptic cone and double-cone geometries, including instability analysis of shock-wave / boundary-layer interaction and hypersonic laminar-turbulent transition. In addition, flow over quasi-spherical surfaces are of current interest, where novel numerical methods for the accurate and efficient treatment of surface imperfections are being developed and applied to the human eye cornea. NTHU colleagues with research interests in any of the above general areas are sought, with the aim to form a joint PhD project according to the dual agreement programme.

Link:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/engineering/staff/vassilios-theofilis/

In alphabetical order
Final update: 02.2021
If you would like to update your information, please contact: drc@my.nthu.edu.tw


Anne-Marie HAGHIRI
Director of Research
anne-marie.haghiri@c2n.upsaclay.fr

C2N / CNRS
Depratment of Microsystems and NanoBioFLuidics
Université Paris-Saclay
Expertise:
Developing "soft" micro/nanostructuration of biocompatible materials for innovative microfluidic platforms as well as organs-on-chip. She has an active interest in on-chip electrophoresis for early diagnosis as well as electrochemical detection of both DNA and proteins.

Looking for collaborator in:
Organs-on-a-chip, Biosensors

Research Intro:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Anne-Marie_Haghiri-Gosnet
https://biosys.c2n.universite-paris-saclay.fr/en/

Recruiting Dual Ph.D Student:


Antoine DIET
Associate Professor
antoine.diet@geeps.centralesupelec.fr
GEEPS UMR 8507, IUT de Cachan GEII
Université Paris-Saclay
 
Expertise:
Magnetic coupling, RFID/NFC applied to biomedical RF and HF measurements Antennas (UWB)

Looking for collaborator in: 
Biomedical project (monitoring)
RFID traceability
(UWB) sensors networks

Research Intro:
http://www.geeps.centralesupelec.fr/

Recruiting Dual Ph.D Student:
RFID antennas (HF/LF)
RFID applied to biomedical


Nicolas VIGNAIS
Associate Professor
nicolas.vignais@universite-paris-saclay.fr
Faculty of Sport Science
Université Paris-Saclay
Expertise:
Human Motion Analysis, Biomechanics and Physical Ergonomics

Looking for collaborator in: 
Innovative sensors for human motion analysis

Research Intro:
https://sites.google.com/site/nicolasvignaishomepage/

Recruiting Dual Ph.D Student:
No 


Pierre-Yves JOUBERT
Professor
pierre-yves.joubert@c2n.upsaclay.fr
C2N
Université Paris-Saclay
Expertise:
Electromagnetic sensing and imaging techniques, 
Flexible sensors, wearable sensors, instrumentation, 
Data processing, medical applications, non-destructive / non-invasive evaluation. 

Looking for collaborator in: 
* wearable pressure/force sensors for medical applications
* Electromagnetic sensing or multimodal sensing for the non-invasive characterization of organic matter (medical or agrifood applications).  

Research Intro:
https://www.c2n.universite-paris-saclay.fr/en/research/mnbf/

Recruiting Dual Ph.D Student:
Yes
In alphabetical order
Update: April 2021
Contact: drc@my.nthu.edu.tw
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (UCT Prague)
Professor Vladimír Kočí 
Associate Professor
Dean of the Faculty
vlad.koci@vscht.cz

Faculty of Environmental Technology
Looking for collaborators in: 
• Renewables and recycling 
• Life cycle assessment
• Subsurface contamination and remediation
• Analysis of environmental pollutants 
• Ecotoxicology and toxicology
• Energy production with negative CO2 emissions
• Low-emission thermal processes 
• Low temperature carbon dioxide capture 

Link: https://ftop.vscht.cz/
Professor Pavel Hrnčiřík
Associate Professor
Pavel.Hrncirik@vscht.cz

Faculty of Chemical Engineering
 
Research Introduction:
The R&D activities of the faculty are focused on 5 key areas: 
• Chemical and Process Engineering 
• Analytical Chemistry 
• Physical and Computational Chemistry 
• Sensor Technics and Biophysics 
• Engineering Informatics, Process Control and Applied Mathematics 

Looking for collaborators in: 
Here is a sample of selected research topics relevant to the areas of interest covered by 
NARLabs: 
• Development of new types of highly sensitive sensors based on organic materials (new types of organic semiconductors, including their nano- and microstructures, thin-layer deposition technologies) 
• Application of low-temperature plasma for microbial decontamination 
• Development of new diagnostic methods for serious degenerative diseases 
• Engineering of pharmaceutical preparations for personalized medicine 
• Signal processing and early diagnosis of rare diseases 
• Analysis of CT images for surgery and onco-surgery 
• Gait and movement analysis for diagnosis of neurological and orthopedical diseases 
• Development of new advanced materials for the preparation of effective gas separation membranes 

Interested in: 
• R&D cooperation 
• student and research staff exchanges (internships, study stays) 

Link: https://fchi.vscht.cz/research/research-groups 
Professor Andrej Sinica
Associate Professor
sinicaa@vscht.cz

Faculty of Environmental Technology
Research Introduction: 
Research work is focused on isolation, purification, structural characterization, chemical 
modification and potential application of polysaccharides and other potentionally biological 
active compounds from various natural sources (plants, fungi or algae). It involves 
a development and optimising of modern preparative and analytical methods and approaches, 
which is of considerable importance for production of novel food supplements and composite 
materials. The research team works on the identification of polysaccharides in raw materials and 
foodstaff, food ingrediants and supplements, pharmaceuticals and other preparations. An 
attention is also paid to better utilization of natural sources, waste and by-products, application 
of membranes and chromatographic techniques for isolation of valuable compounds, and their 
further application in undustial fields. The research team collaborates with industrial partners 
and other research groups all over the world (Korea, Japan, Portugal, USA).

Expertise: 
• Isolation and identification of polysaccharides from non-traditional food raw materials 
Spectroscopic, chromatographic and physical analysis of polysaccharides and their 
derivatives 
• Polysaccharide based materials (edible films, gels etc) and their characterisation 
• Application of spectroscopic and other analytical methods in characterisation of raw 
materials, foodstaff and other products 
• Conference organisation (annual): International Conference on Polysaccharides-Glycoscience (https://www.polysaccharides.csch.cz/index.html

Relevant projects: 
1. Innovative application of perspective medicinal mushrooms in functional foods and their 
reinforcement of the national production 
2. Algal Biotechnology for Food - preparation of proteins and carotenes by 
heterotrophic cultivation of chlorophyl-deficient clones of microalgae 

Looking for collaborators in: 

• Isolation and identification of polysaccharides from non-traditional food raw materials (algae, fungi etc.) and determination of their biological activities 
• Students and staff exchange programs at all levels (BSc., MSc., Ph.D.) 
• Common grant application and research cooperation

Link: http://sch.vscht.cz/en/
Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU)
Professor Zdenek Becvar
Associate Professor
zdenek.becvar@fel.cvut.cz

Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Research Introduction:
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE), founded in 1960 as a third faculty, offers first-class education in the fields of electrical engineering, telecommunications, automation, informatics and computer science and engineering. The FEE alone ranks among the top 5 research institutions in the Czech Republic. We generate about 30% of the research output of the whole CTU. 

5Gmobile (5Gm) is a research lab at Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Department of Telecommunication Engineering, focusing on key aspects and challenges related to the future mobile networks and emerging wireless technologies. The aim of 5Gm is to propose new approaches and provide innovative solutions enabling future (5G+, 6G) mobile networks. 

The 5Gm is oriented on topics related to mobility and radio resource management. This includes design of conventional as well as machine learning and artificial intelligence-based control and management algorithms for handover, power control, interference management, load balancing, self-optimization of radio access, cognitive radio, and energy efficient communications. The 5Gm also addresses network architecture issues including MEC, C-RAN and flexible radio access networks. From perspective of 5G, 5G+, 6G scenarios, our research is oriented towards scenarios encompassing device-to-device communications, flying base stations (drones, UAVs), IoT, vehicular communications, and intelligent transportation systems. 

Our lab is equipped with hardware and software for the 3GPP standard-compliant emulation of cellular networks, please see http://5gmobile.fel.cvut.cz/lab/. The emulation is based on a software platform OpenAirInterface (OAI), developed by the OpenAirInterface Software Alliance, where CTU in Prague is member. 

List of recent projects is available at http://5gmobile.fel.cvut.cz/projects/. 

Looking for collaborators in: 
Cooperation and joint projects with universities, research centers and companies in basic and 
applied research related to mobile and wireless networks. 

Link:
https://fel.cvut.cz/en/
http://5gmobile.fel.cvut.cz/
Professor Jan Hosek
Associate Professor
Jan.Hosek@fs.cvut.cz

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering 
Dept. Instrumentation and Control Engineering 
Div. Fine Mechanics and Optics 
 
Research Introduction:
The division of Fine Mechanics and optics focuses on R&D on methods of precision mechanical 
engineering in mechanical and opto-mechanical devices including opto-electronics. We work in 
areas such as micro-machining, classical and wave optics or holography. We have recently 
developed a system for BTF measurement, miniature 0.6 mm eye endoscope, solar eclipse 
telescope etc. We collaborate internationaly on instrumentation devefopment for CERN, JINR 
Dubna and others.  

Expertise:

We provide optical design (incl. simulations in Zemax), mechanical design (SolidWorks), general 
problems simulation (Matlab), design of ad hoc testing equipment and setups for experiments. 
Our micromachining laboratory is equipped with a unique SODICK AP1 L electro-erosion 
machine, enabling the production of very precise and fine 3D details down to 20 micrometers, 
such as for mold details, and the production of microcomponents and microsystems. 

Projects: 
https://control.fs.cvut.cz/en/research/eye-endoscope/ 
https://control.fs.cvut.cz/en/research/measurement-of-tensile-strain-distribution-in-metal-sheets/

Looking for collaborators in: 
Precise optical, mechanical, and medicine instruments design and development. 

Link: https://control.fs.cvut.cz/en/research-/
Professor Tomas Horak
Vice-Dean for International Relations
horaktom@fd.cvut.cz

Faculty of Transportation Sciences
Research Introduction:
Faculty of Transportation Sciences is a part of the Czech Technical University in Prague founded in 1707 as one of the oldest technical universities in Europe. The faculty was created in 1993 and advocates system approach to transportation.

Expertise:
• Smart and resilient cities 
• Intelligent transportation systems 
• Transportation telematics 
• Transportation planning and modelling 
• Transportation systems design 
• Vehicle technology and simulation, vehicle simulators 
• Materials and mechanics in transportation 
• Air transportation operation and management 
• Professional pilot training 
• Logistics and transportation management 
• Security of transportation systems 

Relevant projects: 
• EU HORIZON 2020 Program: Project “MAVEN – Managing Automated Vehicles Enhances Network“ 
• EU HORIZON 2020 Program: Project “STORM – Smart freight Transport and logistics Research Methodologies” 
• EU HORIZON 2020 Program: Project “nuMIDAS – New Mobility Data and Solutions Toolkit” 
• Technology Agency of the Czech Republic: Project “National Centre of Competence – Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence “ 

Looking for collaborators in: 
• R & D cooperation 
• cooperation with Czech and Taiwanese industrial partners 
• joint research projects, e. g. under the DELTA program of the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic or Horizon Europe 
• faculty and student mobility/exchanges 
• joint study programs (Master/Ph.D. level)
Masaryk University (MU)
Professor Norbert Werner
Associate Professor
werner@physics.muni.cz

Dept. Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics
Research Introduction:
Professor Norbert Werner spent 8 years at Stanford University, mainly studying the influence of supermassive black holes on the hot gaseous haloes, investigating the faint and mysterious cluster outskirts, and working on preparations for the science with the Japanese ASTRO-H/Hitomi satellite. Between 2016 and 2020 he was the leader of the MTA-ELTE Lendulet Hot Universe research group in Budapest, where he helped to initiate the development of CubeSats to detect gamma-ray bursts. Norbert and his team now continue development of CubeSats to detect gamma-ray bursts and he pushes forward plans of development of SmallSats for the GRB follow-up observations.


The High-Energy Astrophysics research group at Masaryk University currently comprises of 7 researchers, 3 PhD and 6 undergraduate students. The research of our group includes the study of the hot gaseous atmospheres permeating massive galaxies and clusters of galaxies, accreting black holes, and enormous stellar explosions called gamma ray-bursts. These are some of the most exciting areas of today's astrophysics, with a potential to also provide observational breakthroughs in fundamental physics. 

For the study of the hot Universe and black hole activity, the group mainly uses X-ray imaging and spectroscopy, radio interferometry, as well as other novel multi-wavelength observations. The groups aims to demonstrate that critically important observations of the high-energy sky, in particular gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), can also be performed by nano- and micro-satellites. 

Expertise:
Members of the High-Energy Astrophysics research group have experience with research and development of gamma-ray instruments. Their capabilities include performing feasibility studies and simulations. In collaboration with Konkoly Observatory, ELTE and Hiroshima University they developed gamma-ray detectors based on CsI scintillation crystals, which are going to be flown on two CubeSats in 2021. 

Current research activities of the high energy astrophysics group are supported by high performance computing resources: starting with 64-core server and recent models of GPUs (proved useful esp. for development of analysis methods based on neural networks) modelling capacities can be scaled up dramatically with the capabilities of the Metacentrum clusters (National Grid Infrastructure) where Masaryk University is one of the key contributors.  On the side of hardware development and testing, the premises of the physics department of the Faculty of Science MU include cleanroom facilities of ISO 5 level where key components could be dis/assembled without any risk of contamination; even larger infrastructure for optical measurements, elemental analysis and nanofabrication is available through one of Core Facilities of CEITEC, common project of MU, Brno University of Technology and other institutions.

Looking for collaborators in: 
The hot atmospheres of galaxies and clusters of galaxies, black hole feedback, and the use of nano-satellites in astrophysics. Our team would like to create a collaboration with institutions and universities in Taiwan to work on these CubeSat and SmallSat projects. 

Link: https://www.physics.muni.cz/en/research/research-groups/high-energy-astrophysics/people
University of Pardubice (UPA)
Professor Tomas Wagner
tomas.wagner@upce.cz 

Dept. General and Inorganic Chemistry
Center of Materials and Nanotechnologies 
Faculty of Chemical Technology
Research Introduction:
Professor Wágner was the solver of the project "Non-volatile memory based on resistive switching in 
thin films of chalcogenides", which was funded by Technology Agency of the Czech Republic (partner 
of Ministry of Science and Technology, jointly funding CZ-TW projects).  The outcomes of the project 
resulted in a US patent (publication plan in spring 2021). 

Prof. Wagner offers to work on a joint project focused on Ionic conductive resistive memories to test further functional memory elements to investigate the influence of impurities and electrodes on resistive switching parameters.

Link: 
Prof. Wagner http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6445-5395?lang=en
Dept. General and Inorganic Chemistry https://fcht.upce.cz/en/fcht/dgich.html
Center of Materials and Nanotechnologies - CEMNAT https://fcht.upce.cz/en/fcht/center-of-materials-and-nanotechnologies-cemnat
University of South Bohemia (USB)
Professor Ivo Bukovsky 
Associate Professor
ibuk@jcu.cz 

Faculty of Science
Institute of Applied Informatics
Expertise:
Both theoretical and applied research of 
• machine-learning algorithms and data analysis techniques (incl. imbalanced and difficult data) 
• computationally efficient neural networks and other computational intelligence methods 
• new systems for anomaly detection and prediction 
• HW accelerated machine learning algorithms (FPGA) 
• computational modelling in physics (FEM) 
• UAV design and UAV control system programming in the areas of our research domains and also industrial experience 
• cybersecurity, networks, data systems, high-performance and cloud computing 
• optical computer networks including QKD and Time & Frequency synchronization over optical fibers. 
• microgrids, power consumption, and energy sources optimization 
• bioinformatics and life science data analysis including medical biology. 
• biomedical system and data analysis 
• computational intelligence for cybernetic systems and adaptive control systems 

Link:
https://www.jcu.cz/about-the-university  
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7715-2841 
Professor Petr Bartoš
Associate Professor
Dean of the Faculty 
bartos@zf.jcu.cz

Faculty of Agriculture
Research Introduction:
A members research team from the Faculty of Agriculture deals with applied research and development in the field of Agriculture 4.0. Currently, the research team solution these projects: 
• Development of a complex system of robotic milking system with simultaneous evaluation of breeding parameters using artificial intelligence methods 
• Development of a system for continuous identification and ethological monitoring of animals in cattle breeding by methods of Artificial Intelligence 
• Development of a stationary system for early detection of udder inflammation in dairy cows using the machine vision methods 
• Development of technical solution for detecting lameness in dairy cows using artificial intelligence methods 
• Improving the quality of milk and its economic indicators by using an automatic monitoring system for selected parameters in real time 

Members of departments using a modernly equipped artificial intelligence laboratory, experimental university farm and cooperating companies. They also have deep experience with the successful implementation of National research grants and international cooperation.

Looking for collaborators in: 
The main areas of interest is the development of algorithms for machine vision, processing data by deep learning for the effective management of agricultural practices, the use of smart sensors for products quality 
monitoring, the use of drones to increase efficiency on farms.

Faculty of Agricultural is greatly motivated to establish connection with reaseach 
organization in Taiwan and find a key partner for solution research projects in the field of Agriculture 4.0. 

Link: http://www.zf.jcu.cz/