Doctorate Program in Applied Physics in Taiwan

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Applied Physics

A PhD is the abbreviation for Doctor of philosophy. This degree is a post graduate program delivered to a high level student researcher who has done deep research in a specific field or subject.

Applied physics is a further specialization of the science, with a focus on developing and expanding practical applications that affect technology, research and even society. Graduates may specialize in such industries such as microchips, semiconductors, satellites, fiber optics, aerospace, information technology, lasers and mobile telecommunications.

Taiwan, officially the Republic of China, is a state in East Asia and the first constitutional republic in Asia. Taiwan has several good universities, many of which have exchange agreements with foreign universities, and these are a good way to experience life in Taiwan.

Top Doctoral Programs in Applied Physics in Taiwan 2018

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PhD in Opto-Mechatronics Engineering

National Central University
Campus Full time Part time September 2018 Taiwan Hsinchu

Besides knowledge-based courses, the hands-on activities, the cultivation of creativity, and the capstone courses are specially offered in our training. [+]

Best Doctoral Programs in Applied Physics in Taiwan 2018. Teaching Characteristics Besides knowledge-based courses, the hands-on activities, the cultivation of creativity, and the capstone courses are specially offered in our training. Arranging undergraduate students to go to Hiroshima University, Southeastern University to have international academic interactions. A double degree program with famous universities in the world. Research Characteristics Main research fields: Energy Technology, Solid Mechanics/Design, Advanced Materials, Precision Manufacturing, Thermal Fluids, System Engineering/Automatic Control, Opto-mechatronic Engineering, Electromechanical Integration. Large research projects: Design of the IC/PV/LED manufacturing equipment, Energy storage, Fuel cells, Clean coal technology, CO2capture, Wind power systems, Energy saving, Taiwan-Russia satellite. The average research budget from 2008 to 2010 was 0.099 billion NT dollars per year. Each teacher publishes 2.7 pieces of SCI/SSCI publication per year. ... [-]