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中心簡介

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成立宗旨


Mission

To elevate the level of fundamental science research at the National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), the goal of Center for Fundamental Science Research (CFSR) is to integrate research resources and talented teams with a primary focus on the fields of fundamental science research. Based on the existing strong research backgrounds at NTHU, CFSR incorporates internal and external large-scale integrated project backings to initiate researches of world-class standards and facilitates profound impacts with the research findings via international cooperation.

 

Programs for Mid- and Long-term Developments

(1)      Promotion of Academic Science Research: Programs that include five primary fields of research:

A.      Research on Fundamental Scientific Theories: In consistence with the existing directives of the "National Center for Theoretical Sciences” to promote research on pure and applied mathematics with emphasis on number theory, geometry, topology and interdisciplinary applied mathematics. For the field of theoretical physics, this program focuses on the high-energy particle physics, condensed matter theories and computational physics with close relations to experiment.

B.      Topics in Statistics and Advanced Research: In response to the large amount of digitized data in the era of information technology, the utilization of probability theory and stochastic processes is fundamental to industrial statistics, biostatistics and financial statistics. This program aims to initiate advanced theoretical researches as a basis for its applications and, meanwhile, focuses on interdisciplinary integration and analysis.

C.      Quantum Optical Electromagnetic Interdisciplinary Research: This program aims to promote advanced interdisciplinary researches on nanoelectronics, spintronics, quantum optics, quantum transmission and soft matter physics with balanced development in theories and experiments for pure and applied sciences; continue the development of advanced microwave physics in the conventional field of optoelectronics and further the applied research related to synchrotron radiation light sources.

D.      Chemical Synthesis and Molecular Design Research: Using chemical synthesis and molecular design to develop the most important researches in the fields of biochemistry, nanochemistry and materials chemistry. In addition to enhancing the research related to the conventional fundamental chemistry, fields such as advanced materials, advanced measurement and theoretical chemistry, and biological and pharmaceutical chemistry are also emphasized.

E.      Star Formation and High-Energy Astrophysics Research: Studies exploring the mechanism of star formation and its evolution process with experimental observations via international cooperation to access the sub-millimeter microwave array astronomical telescope in Hawaii; whereas in high-energy astrophysics, the focuses are on the theoretical and observational research of x-ray astronomy and gamma-ray astronomy.

(2)      Planning and Management: Provide platforms for exchange and collaboration between related or interdisciplinary fields; advocate novel research topics; combine and integrate teamwork collaboration and propose and execute the integrated advance research projects with internal and external institutions.

(3)      Technology Promotion: Manage the core facilities and common laboratories of the Center and provide advanced technology services for internal and external institutions.

(4)      International Cooperation: Promote the collaboration with international world-class universities and research institutions; organize fundamental science forums in the University, international or national conferences and seminars.

(5)      Cultivation of World-Class Research Talents: Cultivate and develop world-class research talents for various fields in the industry and academia.















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