International Curriculum for Advanced Materials Program

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Since the research scope of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering is very broad, in order to advance to the top university of the world, we established International Curriculum for Advanced Materials Program (iCAMP) only for international students. The program is in conjunction with the four major colleges (Science, Engineering, Medical and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) of the University and is focused on five major courses (electronic, green energy, bionic technology, nanoelectronics, organic electronics). iCAMP school period is generally two years and the completion of credits can obtain a master's degree.

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Microstructure Engineering & Materials Science
Soldering alloys Engineering & Materials Science
Substrates Engineering & Materials Science
Thin films Engineering & Materials Science
Temperature Engineering & Materials Science
solders Physics & Astronomy
Annealing Engineering & Materials Science
Powders Chemical Compounds

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Projects 1995 2018

中德雙邊PPP合作計畫

Liao, J.

Project: Research project

科普活動推廣

Li, W.

17-10-0118-09-30

Project: Research project

銲錫接點電遷移界面行為研究

Lin, K.

17-08-0118-07-31

Project: Research project

Research Output 1982 2019

Electromigration
electromigration
Intermetallics
intermetallics
Solid solutions

Characterization of hybrid light-cured resin composites reinforced by microspherical silanized DCPA/nanorod HA via thermal fatigue

Wu, Y. R., Chang, C. W., Chang, K. C., Ko, C. L., Wu, H. Y., Chern, J-H. & Chen, W. C., 2019 Mar 15, In : Journal of the Australian Ceramic Society. 55, 1, p. 235-245 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Thermal fatigue
Composite Resins
Nanorods
Phosphates
Durapatite

Cyclability evaluation on Si based Negative Electrode in Lithium ion Battery by Graphite Phase Evolution: an operando X-ray diffraction study

Hu, C. W., Chou, J. P., Hou, S. C., Hu, A., Su, Y. F., Chen, T. Y., Liew, W. K., Liao, Y. F., Huang, J-L., Chen, J. M. & Chang, C. C., 2019 Dec 1, In : Scientific Reports. 9, 1, 1299.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Graphite
Lithium
X-Ray Diffraction
Electrodes
Ions