Research Result

Research Projects and Outcomes

MOT has budgets for its faculty members to participate in overseas seminars. For faculty members who provide English lectures, IMOT offers 1.5 times of their hourly rate or NTD30,000 as teaching assistance fee. Lectures which have more than 40 students will be provided with an extra teaching assistant. All of the faculty members in IMOT give lectures in EMBA and credit-based courses, with a average feedback of more than 4.0.

  • Professor Hisao-Cheng Yu was awarded as the 10th academician by the Technology Management Academy in 2009.
  • Professor Tso-Sheng Hsu was awarded as one of the top 50 technology management scholar by IAMOT in 2009 and 2010.
  • From 1999 to 2013, 53 articles of our faculty members were published in SSCI, 35 in SCI, and 23 in TSSCI.
  • 10 textbooks were published by our faculty members from 2008 to 2013.
  • From 2008 to 2013, our faculty members had been the editors of leading international periodicals 8 times.
  • 2008-2013 Research Project Resource for IMOT

 


Academic Year

Item

No. of Full-Time Faculty Members

National Science Council Project

No.

Budget

2011

6

4

2,562,000

2012

6

6

5,456,000

2013

5

1

264,000

Outstanding Alumni
Outstanding individuals for IMOT including CEO of Arcadyan Technology Mr. Hung-Yu Lee, CEO of Crystalwise Technology Mr. Chih-Chiang Pon, and CEO of TESSERA Mr. Wei-Chi Wei, and CEO of Sun Ten Natureceutica Co., LTD. Benson Chen. Deputy General Director Center of Academia and Industry Collaboration of National Chiao Tung University David W. L. Hsu.
 

Globalization
Information of international student recruitment is posted on IMOT website, with assistance in accommodation and scholarship application. IMOT provide international students with laboratories and internet access. IMOT had once had more than 20 international students at a time. In 2010, Professor Chien-Chung Yuan accepted 2 Ph.D. Student from Brazil who came to Taiwan for research exchange for 6 months.

  • 21 local and overseas scholars had been invited to IMOT in 2008, and 25 in 2009.
  • From 2008 to 2010, we hosted 20 international and overseas Chinese students.
  • 16 exchange students from 2011 to 2013.
  • IMOT faculty members and students had participated in international research activities 64 times.

Honors and Awards
With faculties from different research domain, IMOT offers a variety of courses for students to choose from. To make students catch up with the most updated technique and industry knowledge, and further enhance their ability of proposal writing and presentation skills, faculties in IMOT involve students in projects authorized by National Science Council and cooperative work experience education. We also encourage our students to participate in different contests, such as Venture Contest, Case Study Contest, Branding Contest and so on, which enables students to apply what they have learned from books to practice. During the contests, feedback from the judges again enables students to realize the discrepancy between theory and practice, and strengthens their project execution ability. IMOT cultivate students with the basic characters and core competencies by the above mentioned means.

Outstanding learning outcomes of IMOT students:

  • Schoolwork and Dissertation: 5 dissertations were awarded by the Dissertation Award from 2008 to 2010.

  • Contests: IMOT students participate in a variety of contests, awarded as follows:

  • Venture Contest:Champion and the second place of the 9th WeWin Venture Contest by IBT, champion, the second and third place of the 10th WeWin Venture Contest by IBT, Technology Innovation Outstanding Award of the 10th Tric100 Innovation Contest, and NTCU Pai Wen-Cheng T50 Scholarship from 2008 to 2009.

  • Case Study Contest: Champion of the 1st Branding Taiwan Contest by TAITRA, and the second place of the 2nd Branding Taiwan Contest by TAITRA from 2009 to 2010.

  • International Volunteer: In year 2010, 2 students participated in NCTU Indonesia International Volunteer and Eden- China Gansu International Volunteer.

  • The Sandwich Project by National Science Council: IMOT Ph.D. student Mr. Chia-Han Yang, Mr. Wei-Chun Lin are sponsored to do short term research in Germany.

  • Visitor Representative: IMOT MSC student Mr. Ming-Fan Wang was elected to be the Visitor Representative of YEF 2008 to USA.