International Master Program in Information Technology and Cloud Computing
College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - International Master Program in Information Technology and Cloud Computing
The Department is the former Computer Science Sector of the Department of Electronic Engineering which was established in 1973. The sector was separated from the Department and became independent as “Department of Information and Computer Engineering” in the August 1981.
In 1991, the Institute of Information and Computer Engineering was established. In 1993, the Doctorial program of the Information and Computer Engineering was set up as an Information Sector in the Doctorial program of the Electronic Engineering Institute. In 2005, the Institute of Information and Computer Engineering for Continuing Education was also established.
Before 1973, Dr. Huang Yungwen, Dr. Huang Tientzu, Dr. Hsiung Shenkan and Dr. Yang Shi-Nin had successively been the deans of the Department of Electronic Engineering, thus head of the Information and Computer Sector. After 1973, the deans had been successively officiated by Dr. Yang Shi-Nine, Dr. Wang Huang-San, Dr. Hsieh Tsai-Ming, Dr. Chung Bin-Shyan, Dr. Liu Chung-Shyan, Dr. Hsia Yen-Teh and Dr. Tu Chu-Kuei. Currently, the office dean is Dr. Tsai Ming-Dar. Under the leadership of all successive deans, all plans of the department have been implemented swimmingly.
Every year the Department holds two 4-year daily undergraduate classes and one master class and about 157 students were enrolled. In the year 2004, the department had 535 students. We hope the Doctorial program of the Information and Computer Engineering can be separated from the Doctorial program of the Electronic Engineering Institute.
The Department was established to train excellent talents in information and computer technology who have the characteristics of honesty, responsibility and creativeness. Therefore, training of information and computer engineers emphasizes the combination of theory and practice as well as balanced perfectibility education. Graduates are expected to have the professional competence of the outstanding information and computer engineer; to efficiently handle the practical and theoretical problems in information and computer system, and solve various information and computer related problems.
Considering the missions of the Department, we adopt the following education objectives to implement the teaching of professional courses so as to cultivate students to become excellent information and computer engineers.
- To teach the student to solve problems in information and computer engineering in the principles of applied mathematics, science, engineering
and with the method of system analysis and project management.
- Graduates shall have an ability in information and computer system analysis and design, be familiar with programming language, data sturcture and operation system.
- Graduates shall be familiar with computer architecture, and have an ability in software system design and application.
- Graduates shall have basic knowledge in mathematics and physics required for information and computer engineering and information application.
- Graduates shall have mathematical ability in linear algebra, discrete mathematics, numerical method and the ability to use statistics to analyze data and demonstrate information.
- In addition to the system design experience and practical experience, graduates shall have the ability to demonstrate experimental data.
- Graduates shall have the ability to design, analyze and integrate basic information systems. Graduates also need to understand social ecology and economic development.
- Teach the student to give full play to their professional skills and make successful career planning.
- Graduates shall have the ability to perform systems analysis.
- Graduates shall be able to perform plan preparation, efficient schedule management and engineering plans.
- Graduates shall have good oral and written communication skills.
- Graduates shall understand their responsibility in their profession and ethics.
- Graduates shall have a spirit of “teamwork”.
- Graduates shall understand the importance of lifelong learning and be willing to dedicate to learning.
- Offer the student extensive education contents that meet the demands of the global society.
- Graduates shall cognize their engineering roles in the modern society.
- Graduates shall be able to appreciate culture and art. Graduates also shall have basic legal knowledge and have a humanistic quality.
- Graduates shall use English in areas relating to information and computer engineering.
The Department was established to train excellent talents in information and computer technology who have the characteristics of honesty, responsibility and creativeness.
Therefore, training of information and computer engineers emphasizes the combination of theory and practice as well as balanced perfectibility education. Graduates are expected to have the professional competence of the outstanding information and computer engineer; to efficiently handle the practical and theoretical problems in information and computer system, and solve various information and computer related problems.
The mission of the Information and computer engineering program are to help the student with: Educating students to become the best quality professionals with integrity, responsibility and Creative characteristics.
- Influencing students to develop their skill with training.
- Focus and balance between theory and practice.
- Giving a balanced holistic education.
- reparing students to become professionals, leaders and entrepreneurs in the global market.
Preparing students with abilities in a solving problems and good communicate skill that enables them to work as an individual or in a team in an IT environment.
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- Bin-Shyan Jong, Chien-Ming Chen, Te-Yi Chan, Yen-Teh Hsia, and Tsong-Wuu Lin (2014); “Effect of knowledge complementation grouping strategy for cooperative learning on online performance and learning achievement”, Computer Applications In Engineering Education, Vol. 22, No. 3, Page: 541-550, 2014/9. 計畫編號:NSC97-2511-S-033-001, NSC98-2511-S-033-005 (SCI/EI 期刊)
- Bin-Shyan Jong, Chien-Hung Lai, Yen-Teh Hsia, Tsong-Wuu Lin, Yu-Syuan Liao (2014); “An Exploration of the Potential Educational Value of Facebook”, Computers in Human Behavior, Vol. 32, page: 201-211, 2014/3. (SSCI 期刊).
- Chien-Hung Lai, Tsung-Po Lee, Bin-Shyan Jong, Yen-The Hsia (2014); “Using SPRT+ to Reduce Measure Time on Student Learning Efficiency by Pre-defined Student’s Confidence Indicator”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, Vol. 9, No. 3, Page: 55-58, 2014. (EI 期刊)
- Chien-Hung Lai, Yu-Chang Lin, Bin-Shyan Jong, Yen-Teh Hsia (2014); “Applying Social Elements to Game-Based Learning”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, Vol. 9, No. 3, Page: 12-15, 2014. (EI 期刊)
- Ji-Yang Liao, Jui-Yu Ho, Yu-Chang Lin, Bin-Shyan Jong and Yen-Teh Hsia (2017); “Effects of Different Web-Based Collaborative Learning Approaches on Students' Learning Performance”, International Conference on E-learning and Educational Technology (ICEET 2017), Taichung, Taiwan, page: 95-103, 2017/05/24.
- Ching-Yu Yu, Jyun-Hong Lin, Bin-Shyan Jong and Yen-Teh Hsia, Tsong-Wuu Lin (2017); “A Comparison of Two Different Competition Modes in Game-BasedLearning: Battle Mode and Leaderboard Mode”, International Conference on E-learning and Educational Technology (ICEET 2017), Taichung, Taiwan, page: 104-112, 2017/05/24.
- Yi-Lun Lan, Jyun-Hong Lin, Wei-Ting Tseng, Bin-Shyan Jong and Yen-Teh Hsia(2016); “Effects of Concept Map on English Reading Ability”, The 9th Information Education and Technological Applications Conference (IETAC 2016), Taichung, Taiwan, page: 66-70, 2016/03/25.
- Bo-Jyun Wang, Jia-Hang Liang, Chia-Wei Chang and Bin-Shyan Jong (2016); “Effects of Associative Reasoning on Students’ Learning Performance”, The 9th information Education and Technological Applications Conference (IETAC 2016), Taichung, Taiwan, page: 12-17, 2016/03/25.
- Chi-Wen Ciu, Jui-Yu Ho, Yu-Chang Lin, Bin-Shyan Jong and Yen-Teh Hsia (2016); “Effects of Different Combinations of Game Modes And Knowledge Levels on Game-Based Learning”, The 9th information Education and Technological Applications Conference (IETAC 2016), Taichung, Taiwan, page: 41-46, 2016/03/25. (佳作論文)
- Jyun-Hong Lin, Wei-Ting Tseng, Bin-Shyan Jong and Chien-Hung Lai (2015);“Adding Attracting Elements to Enhance Students' Interest, Learning Attitude and Learning Achievement”, The 19th Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education(GCCCE 2015), Taipei, Taiwan, page: 332-335, 2015/05/25~2015/5/29.
- Jia-Hang Liang, Chia-Wei Chang, Chien-Hung Lai and Bin-Shyan Jong (2015);“Integrating Flash Cards with Narratives for Mobile Learning of English Vocabulary”, The 19th Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education (GCCCE 2015), Taipei, Taiwan, page: 569-572, 2015/05/25~2015/5/29.
- Wei-Ching Lin, Chien-Hung Lai, Jui-Yu Ho, Bin-Shyan Jong(2014); “Mobile Game-based Learning to Inspire Students Learning Motivation”, 2014 International Conference on Information Science, Electronics and Electrical Engineering (ISEEE 2014), Sapporo City, Hokkaido, Japan, page: 810~813, 2014/4/26~2014/4/28. (EI)
- Yu-Chang Lin, Chien-Hung Lai, Chia-Wei Chang, Bin-Shyan Jong(2014); “A Research of Curriculum Remind using mobile devices: Mobile Curriculum Secretary”, 2014 The International Conference on Computer and Network Technology in Education(CNTE 2014), Hsinchu, Taiwan, 2014/05/09~2014/05/10.
- Ming-Hung Lin, Chien-Hung Lai, Wei-Ting Tseng, Bin-Shyan Jong(2014); “The Relationship Between Practicing Makes Perfect and Game-based Learning in Mobile Device”, 2014 ASE Conference, Stanford, CA, USA, 2014/05/27~2014/05/31.
- Multiple Denominations in E-cash with Secure On/Off Line Divisible Payment Scheme，2016/8/1-2017/7/31
- Mobile RFID Offline Multilevel Grouping Proof System for Logistic Control Management，2015/8/1-2016/7/31
- EMV Compatible Offline Payment Protocol with Online Equivalent Security Using NFC，2014/8/1-2015/7/31
- MIS for 2016 Taiwan Sustainable Campus Project，2016/3/13-2017/3/12
- MIS for 2015 Taiwan Sustainable Campus Project，2015/3/10-2015/3/9
- MIS for 2014 Taiwan Sustainable Campus Project，2014/1/26-2015/1/251.
- “Streaming Based Dynamic 3D Meshes with Progressive Displaying”, NSC102-2221-E-033-062- , 2013.08.01 ~ 2014.07.31
- Using two-stage distributed dynamic clustering for public opinion mining
- Sentiment analysis of spoken words and audio for early detection of autism-spectrum disorders
- Intelligent cloud resources allocation and high availability
- Cloud-based Hospital Information System with OpenStack
- Design a High Performance Interconnection Network for Integrating Multicore and Processor-in-Memory Modules; MOST Project; (2016/08/01~2017/09/30)
- Design a Memory Interconnection Network for a Processor-in-Memory Architecture; MOST Project; (2015/08/01~2016/07/31)
- The Development of an Advanced On-Chip Network for a Hundred-core Multicore Architecture with Its Performance Enhancement; MOST Project; (2014/08/01~2015/09/30)
CURRICULA & CREDITS
The term of study for the master students shall take one to four years.
Master students must complete at least 32 credits, consisting of 2 credits for seminars, 24 credits for elective courses and 6 credits for thesis.
For other graduation requirements please see graduate guidelines of ISE.
The students can choose their research work from an exhaustive list of specialization including management technology, production systems, quality management, operations research, information systems and human factors engineering.
Seminar (2 credit units)
Master Thesis (6 credit units)