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TSRI presented 4 papers at IEDM 2020,Convening every December in San Francisco, the International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) is known as the worl...
On September 17th, NARLabs held its fifth joint workshop with long-term Korean partner, National Research Council of Science and Technology (NST). Originally, the workshop was to be held in Taipei, but due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s event was done online to safeguard everyone’s health and safety.
FORMOSAT-7’s Vital Role in Global Weather Forecasts during the COVID-19 Pandemic,During the US-led Spire Weather – A Global Constellation Solution con...
BIO Asia-Taiwan 2020 was held in Taipei’s Nangang Exhibition Center from the 23rd to the 26th of July. Booth number S709 was jointly occupied by the Taiwan Instrument Research Institute (TIRI) and the Hsinchu, Central and Southern Taiwan Science Park Bureaus, who presented the biomedicine innovation ecosystem put together by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST).
A cooperative memorandum of understanding has been signed between NARLabs’ Taiwan CAR Lab and TÜV Rheinland Taiwan, who will look to align their work with cutting-edge international trends in autonomous vehicle development. TÜV Rheinland are to provide their assistance in setting safety standards and verification programs for autonomous vehicles in the CAR Lab’s closed field test facilities with a view to granting their laboratory certification. This collaboration will allow tests conducted in t
Application for cohack (https://cohack.tw), a hackathon hosted by the Executive Yuan and the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), has been officially launched. In keeping with the cohack spirit of “preventing epidemics with technology, we can help!”, NARLabs’
NARLabs’ National Center for High-Performance Computing (NCHC) initiated the “Safeguarding Taiwan - Anti-Pandemic Technology” project earlier this month by releasing the computation, storage, and big data resources from its international supercomputer Taiwan Computing Cloud (TWCC) to the public.