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UT President Nagata Kyosuke (left) and NTU President Wen-Chang Chen (right) met at the first in-person meeting after the pandemic.
Presidents and faculty members of NTU and UT at the delegation ceremony.
Faculty members and students from Japan, France, and Taiwan participating in GIP-TRIAD, the global joint-degree program, gathered at NTU.
The NTU Center for Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Robotics (AIROBO), the UT Center for Artificial Intelligence Research, and the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) announcing the beginning of trilateral collaborations on AI-related research.
NTU welcomed the delegation from University of Tsukuba (UT), including Prof. Nagata Kyosuke (永田恭介), President, Prof. Kanaho Yasunori (金保安則), Vice President, and Prof. Ohneda Osamu (大根田修), Executive Officer for International Strategy. After many online meetings and events during the pandemic, it was very meaningful to host this delegation in person at NTU. President Wen-Chang Chen (陳文章), and Prof. Jiun-Haw Lee (李君浩), Associate Vice President for International Affairs, received the delegation on behalf of NTU, and discussed with UT about future research collaboration, overseas internship exchange, and student community exchange.
In addition, President Nagata and President Chen had the opportunity to witness the first in-person meeting between the NTU Center for Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Robotics (AIROBO), the UT Center for Artificial Intelligence Research, and the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Prof. Li-Chen Fu (傅立成), the Director of AIROBO, shared the future plans of this trilateral collaboration during the delegation ceremony.
This is the first physical meeting between the two universities after the pandemic. The Presidents are happy to see the outstanding achievements of both sides in various fields, and look forward to more diversified exchanges and cooperation in the future.