Research groups in the Institute of Space Science include the upper atmosphere, ionosphere, magnetosphere, interplanetary space, solar physics, planetary science, space plasma simulation, radar meteorology, space payload design & development, and satellite remote sensing. The Institute is the sole institution in Taiwan providing such broad and complete programs in space science research and education; and continuously participates in several international space research projects, collaborating with space science institutions of other countries.
- Electromagnetic Waves
- Magnetospheric physics
- Ionospheric Physics
- Solar Physics
- Space Plasma Physics
- Space Physics
- Principle of Radar Remote Sensing Atmospheric
- Stochastic Processes and Spectral Analysis
- Atmospheric Wave Coupling
- Advanced Programming
- Plasma Measurement
- Atmospheric electricity
Requirements for Graduation
Required credits: 18 credits
Duration of Study: 2-5 years
Other requirements :
- Pass qualify examination before the beginning of the fifth semester after enrolling the Ph.D. Program.
- Publish at least one first author paper in an SCI journal.
- Pass an oral dissertation defense.
Research Facilities & Lab
- VHF Coherent Scatter Radar
- High-Speed Computing Lab
- Computer Lab
- Space Environment Lab
- Ionospheric Tomography Lab
- GPS and radio-wave propagation labs as well as ROCSAT I-IPEI payload Lab
- Satellite Science and Payload Engineering Labs
- Study Plan
- Research Proposal
- Two Letters of Recommendation
- Evidence of Chinese Proficiency
- Related Academic Publications