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IEEE CS and NTUEE are to sign a Memorandum of Understanding on the Global Partner Program

IEEE Computer Society (IEEE CS) and Department of Electrical Engineering of National Taiwan University (NTUEE) are to sign a Memorandum of Understanding on the Global Partner Program (GPP). Under the agreement NTUEE will promote training and certification of IEEE CS with the aim to enrich the curriculum related activities in Taiwan. NTUEE will also participate in IEEE CS’ Curriculum Related Activities, promote IEEE CS memberships and student chapters. Among its activities, IEEE CS is engaged in providing professional education, training, assessment, evaluation, and certification for computer professionals. IEEE CS and NTUEE agree to collaborate in the professional education area, including courseware, certification, bodies of knowledge, publications, and conferences/events, as mutually beneficial.


The Department of Electrical Engineering at National Taiwan University (NTUEE) has been the top choice in Taiwan among students admitted to undergraduate programs in natural sciences and engineering since 1970. Over the years, the department has received world-wide recognition not only for its outstanding research in EE-related areas, but also for its top-notch students and alumni. The faculty members, inclusive of 32 IEEE fellows, 5 OSA fellows, 8 SPIE fellows, and 1 ACM fellow, receives over 300 research grants/contracts and publishes more than 400 IEEE/SCI journal papers, an achievement comparable to the top 10 EECS/ECE departments in the United States. The department is recognized among the best in several categories, including microwave theory and techniques, integrated circuits and systems, and more. With its long history of excellence in teaching, research and contributions/services to the society/industry, NTUEE is one of the most competitive EE departments in the world.


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In Taiwan:  Lillian Liang: +886 2 3366 3586, lillian@ntu.edu.tw

In Singapore:  Chirag Gohel:  +65 3125 2098, c.gohel@ieee.org

In the US:  Kathie Mansfield, +1 714 816 2182, k.mansfield@computer.org