2016/7/14 Nextronics & NTUST Setup High Speed Joint Laboratory
27 Jul 2016
2016/7/14 Kevin Chen, GM of Nextronics Engineering Corp, visited NTUST (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology) to disclose the Joint Laboratory for High Speed connections.
Dr. Yang and his team introduced their research and development achievement and future planning for high speed transmission.
Nextronics takes the advantage of the high-speed testing equipment and academic resource to cooperate with NTUST in developing the latest 100G high speed connector since 2008.
About NTUST and Nextronics NTUST High Speed Joint Laboratory
NTUST is among the 11 top national research university selected by Ministry of Education. It was founded in 1974 to respond to the needs of the rapid development of Taiwan's economy and industry for developing high-tech science and technology. NTUST listed as a model of University of Science Project universities in Taiwan.
NTUST ranks 45 among the Selected Asian University Rankings in 2015.
NTUST participated ITRI plan of "National Patent Sale Activity" organized by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and won the highest rate of patent sales. In recent years, NTUST also shined from many international competitions including
·Germany's iF Design Award
·Milan Furniture Fair
·International Anime Fair
·International Skills Competition
Nextronics and NTUST High Speed Joint Laboratory is setup in July, 2016 at the base of NTUST’s professionalism in integrated resources and technology know-how and promotion of enterprise to university collaborations.
Main Research Topics
l Antenna Design
l Wave Propagation
l RF, Microwave and Millimeter Wave Circuits
l High Speed Connectors
l Internet of Things (IoT)
l Base-Band Signal Analysis
l Coding Technology for Wireless Communications
l RF Integrated Circuit (RFIC) Design
l Electromagnetic Shielding and Scattering Properties of Materials
l Electromagnetic Interferences (EMI)
In view of this, Nextronics continues to cooperate with NTUST’s powerful energy on science and technology to set up the high-speed joint laboratory for research and development of next-generation optical connectors under the guidance of Dr. Yang.