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2016.12.27

The ocean bottom seismometer (OBS) is developed for recording seismic waves caused by tectonic activities in the sea. The data gives scientists a profile of the location of earthquakes, fracture zones, and fault zones that are not well illustrated in data recorded by land-based seismometers. However, numerous challenges (e.g., power consumption and changeable seabed environments) are encountered in designing a suitable OBS... continue>> more news

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Key Technologies and Innovative Applications of Next-Generation Nanodevices: The Smart Gas Sensor Chip
Key Technologies and Innovative Applications of Next-Generation...
Smart sensor chips that can detect volatile organic compounds, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and formaldehyde have already...
Applications of Advanced Technology for Earthquake Damage Mitigation: The Meinong Earthquake Event as an Example
Applications of Advanced Technology for Earthquake Damage...
The Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit Project of School Buildings, the EEWS, and the TELES have markedly improved structural safety...
New Phase on the Localization of Taiwan’s Semiconductor Industry: Chip Defect Inspection System
New Phase on the Localization of Taiwan’s Semiconductor...
ITRC's technology significantly improves production yield rates and efficiency. Representing a new phase in Taiwan's...
Surpassing the 5-Nanometer Transistor Technology Node
Surpassing the 5-Nanometer Transistor Technology Node
The NDL published six papers at the 2015 International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM)1 , two of which were selected as the...
Radar Data Assimilation System: Enhancing 6-Hour Rainfall Forecasting Accuracy
Radar Data Assimilation System: Enhancing 6-Hour Rainfall...
The radar data assimilation system was applied to several typhoon events that caused landslides on the Suhua Highway. The skill...
Red Traces of Evidence: The Ecchymosis Imaging System
Red Traces of Evidence: The Ecchymosis Imaging System
The Ecchymosis Imaging System, developed by ITRC, is the most effective tool built for criminal forensics in Taiwan, in that it...
Key Technologies and Innovative Applications of Next-Generation Nanodevices: The Smart Gas Sensor Chip
Key Technologies and Innovative Applications of Next-Generation Nanodevices: The Smart Gas Sensor Chip
Smart sensor chips that can detect volatile organic compounds, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and formaldehyde have already...
Applications of Advanced Technology for Earthquake Damage Mitigation: The Meinong Earthquake Event as an Example
Applications of Advanced Technology for Earthquake Damage Mitigation: The Meinong Earthquake Event as an Example
The Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit Project of School Buildings, the EEWS, and the TELES have markedly improved structural safety...
New Phase on the Localization of Taiwan’s Semiconductor Industry: Chip Defect Inspection System
New Phase on the Localization of Taiwan’s Semiconductor Industry: Chip Defect Inspection System
ITRC's technology significantly improves production yield rates and efficiency. Representing a new phase in Taiwan's...
Surpassing the 5-Nanometer Transistor Technology Node
Surpassing the 5-Nanometer Transistor Technology Node
The NDL published six papers at the 2015 International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM)1 , two of which were selected as the...
Radar Data Assimilation System: Enhancing 6-Hour Rainfall Forecasting Accuracy
Radar Data Assimilation System: Enhancing 6-Hour Rainfall Forecasting Accuracy
The radar data assimilation system was applied to several typhoon events that caused landslides on the Suhua Highway. The skill...
Red Traces of Evidence: The Ecchymosis Imaging System
Red Traces of Evidence: The Ecchymosis Imaging System
The Ecchymosis Imaging System, developed by ITRC, is the most effective tool built for criminal forensics in Taiwan, in that it...
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