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NCU Course Taught in English

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Departmart/College: l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l Page Center of Teacher Education 3 Language Center 4 Master of Science Program in Remote Sensing Science and 32 Technology Department of English 33 Graduate Institute of Learning and Instruction 61 Department of Physics 62 Department of Chemistry 77 Graduate Institute of Astronomy 80 Institute of Systems Biology and Bioinformatics 83 Department of Civil Engineering 87 Department of Mechanical Engineering 100 Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering 102 Graduate Institute of Energy Engineering 108 Graduate Institute of Materials Science & Engineering 110 International Master Program for Environment Sustainable 112 Development Department of Business Administration 124 Department of Information Management 130 Department of Finance 132 Department of Economics 137 Institute of Human Resource Management 143 College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 148 Department of Electrical Engineering 153 Department of Computer Science & Information Engineering 154 Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology 156 Department of Atmospheric Sciences 166 Department of Earth Sciences 168 Graduate Institute of Space Science 178 International PhD Program for College of Earth Sciences 181

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Semester Course Code Credit Note

2010Fall Department EP3021 3 Course Title Teacher To be arranged To be arranged

Center of Teacher Education Teaching English as a Second Language Prof. Chen, Jou-Yin

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Fu-Ju Course Level: novice to intermediate. Furthermore. Auditing is not allowed. This course is opened for all level’s students who desire to develop their Chinese pronunciation.. and interpretation of dramalogue etc. students will practice over and over in class. such as consonant pronunciation.pdffactory. Auditors are not accepted. tongue twister or Chinese rap (繞口令). *Students are required to do the practice in each class. Wu. students will also be required to give an oral performance as their midterm and final term scores. Course description 4 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Through diverse materials. So make sure your schedule allow you to attend to all class. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN0007 1 Course Title Teacher Language Center Chinese Pronunciation Prof.Office of International Affairs.com .

com .Auditors and Chinese-heritage students are not allowed in class. Course description 5 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Wu.pdffactory. Fu-Ju Course Level: zero to novice.Office of International Affairs.Auditors and Chinese-heritage students are not allowed in class. Course Level: zero to novice. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN0101 4 Course Title Teacher Language Center Chinese Listening and Speaking A Prof.

National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN0101 4 Course Title Teacher To be arranged To be arranged Language Center Chinese Listening and Speaking A To be arranged Course description 6 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.pdffactory.com .Office of International Affairs.

Auditing is not allowed. Wu. Chinese Listening and Speaking B is an intermediate course designed for students who already have knowledge of basic Chinese learned either through relevant course before or through students’ life experience in a target language environment. the course will integrate Chinese culture into language learning to enhance the understanding of culture influence on the language. The course will cover both textbook contents and authentic material. Course description 7 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. such as watching TV. The target of this course is to facilitate oral practice and to allow students start to communicate in real-life situations. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN0102 4 Course Title Teacher Language Center Chinese Listening and Speaking B Prof. and night life etc.Office of International Affairs. talking about traveling. Fu-Ju Course Level: intermediate.com .pdffactory. Additionally. Students are expected to read and write Chinese texts without the aid of pinyin.

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com . students will be able to not only share and present their ideas freely. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1011 F 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Listening and Speaking Prof. jigsaws. and mini lessons in grammar. Chang-Ching Prerequisite: intermediate level determined by placement test. This course is designed to prepare students for both spoken and the understanding of listening passages in both academic and general English fields. Chuang. With various activities including pair/collaborative works.Office of International Affairs. sit-coms. Course description 9 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. fluently and accurately but also develop the listening skills needed simultaneously.pdffactory.

This course is designed to improve students’ listening comprehension ability and fluency and pronunciation in spoken English. Course description 10 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. students will do English speeches and a group presentation from a list of topics provided by the instructor during the semester. come up with their own conversations based on the topics discussed or given. Theme-based materials will be used to help to develop critical thinking skills. do pair and group discussions. students are exposed to the authentic English conversations in the textbooks and other supplementary materials over a wide range of topics. For the part of listening. students are required to answer questions in English.com . Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester. Furthermore. Jen Jenny Prerequisite: intermediate level determined by placement test. For the part of speaking.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1011 G 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Listening and Speaking Prof.Office of International Affairs.

This class is designed to help students:. Course description 11 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1011 I 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Listening and Speaking Prof. Jou-Yin Prerequisite: intermediate level determined by placement test.improve listening comprehension by catching the main points and supporting ideas. we will integrate all four skills—reading. Although our main focus will be on listening and speaking.learn natural rhythm of English and produce natural speech with accurate pronunciation and intonation.respond to various themes using correct grammatical patterns . Chen. writing.com .Office of International Affairs.synthesize the main ideas from the audio/video clips in an organized way. listening and speaking. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester.

Also.com . (3) Equip themselves with better communication skills and learning strategies to tackle their learning problems. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester. and small group presentations. we center on speaking and listening skills training for one semester and reading and writing skills for another while integrated skills are actually facilitated throughout the course. on-line researches. interviews. to aim at training students to be all-round English learners. Students are expected to actively participate in a wide variety of interactive activities.Office of International Affairs. Yang Joanna Prerequisite: intermediate level determined by placement test. This course is structured to help students build such learning awareness and attitude through a series of experiential learning tasks. Objectives: By the end of the course.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1011 K 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Listening and Speaking Prof. Course description 12 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. students will be able to: (1) Understand their roles in this multicultural world and have clearer vision of English study goals towards their future learning. Language learners are believed to be able to learn the most when they are aware of their learning autonomy and hold willingness to take risks in learning actively. (2) Be aware of their personal learning difficulties and levels in different skill areas so as to correct and improve their learning strategies.

Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1011 M 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Listening and Speaking Prof. Essential listening and speaking skills are practiced throughout the text. Huang Jessie Prerequisite: intermediate level determined by placement test. Each unit concludes with numerous discussion ideas and a choice of meaningful activities. which require students to participate as active learner. The emphasis of this course is on integrated language skills.pdffactory.com . including speaking and listening. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester. Course description 13 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

Course description 14 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs. and second. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester. Timothy Ward Prerequisite: advanced level determined by placement test. to provide opportunities for students to improve their formal and informal speaking skills through classroom interaction and oral presentations. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1011 O 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Listening and Speaking Prof. This course has two main purposes: first.com .pdffactory. to help students improve their listening skills through exposure to authentic listening texts and live speech in the classroom.

Q/A between student and instructor. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester. group and class speaking. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1011 P 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Listening and Speaking Prof. To facilitate progress in these two skills students will: -Work through exercises in the textbook -Take part in various class activities.Role-playing.Office of International Affairs.pdffactory. Course description 15 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com . Dann Isbell Prerequisite: advanced level determined by placement test.Pair. such as: Individualized listening. This course is designed for students to improve their listening and speaking abilities in the English language.

Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester.pdffactory. The class requires a desire to learn. and speaking. pronunciation. Hu. Course description 16 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. and sincere participation.Office of International Affairs. a good attitude.com . Chia-Yu Prerequisite: advanced level determined by placement test. listening. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1011 Q 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Listening and Speaking Prof. This course is structured to improve students’ listening and speaking ability with a focus on four aspects of English language: Vocabulary.

Office of International Affairs. to provide opportunities for students to improve their formal and informal speaking skills through classroom interaction and oral presentations. Course description 17 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. and second.pdffactory. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester. to help students improve their listening skills through exposure to authentic listening texts and live speech in the classroom. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1011 R 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Listening and Speaking Prof. This course has two main purposes: first. Timothy Ward Prerequisite: advanced level determined by placement test.com .

various interesting and real-life reading selections from the internet will be provided as supplementary materials to help students become familiar with authentic reading tasks. In addition to the core material. Course description 18 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1012 F 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Reading and Writing Prof. Hsieh.com . This course aims to increase students’ reading comprehension and writing skills.Office of International Affairs.pdffactory. Specific strategies for reading and writing in the content areas will also be introduced. Ming-Hui Prerequisite: intermediate level determined by placement test.

various interesting and real-life reading selections from the internet will be provided as supplementary materials to help students become familiar with authentic reading tasks. In addition to the core material. Course description 19 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Ming-Hui Prerequisite: intermediate level determined by placement test. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1012 H 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Reading and Writing Prof.pdffactory.com . Specific strategies for reading and writing in the content areas will also be introduced. This course aims to increase students’ reading comprehension and writing skills. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester.Office of International Affairs. Hsieh.

practice. This course has two main purposes: first. and peer review. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1012 O 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Reading and Writing Prof. to help students improve their reading skills and vocabulary through exposure to authentic texts. to help students improve the effectiveness of their academic writing through analysis.com . Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester.pdffactory. Timothy Ward Prerequisite: advanced level determined by placement test. Course description 20 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs. and second.

and secondly.pdffactory.com . firstly. The objective of this course is to advance students’ reading skills and critical thinking skills essential for becoming effective readers. This course also aims at. Lecture includes the introduction of different reading skills developed through reading selections over various topics. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN1012 P 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Freshman English: Reading and Writing Prof. and the basic principle of writing. Jen Jenny Prerequisite: advanced level determined by placement test.Office of International Affairs. Course description 21 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. helping students write well and achieve a more complete English proficiency by learning and practicing writing skills simultaneously with other skills that they are learning. helping students organize information correctly and express their ideas in English on a variety of topics. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester.

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Semester Course Code Credit Note

2010Fall Department LN1012 Q 3 Course Title Teacher

Language Center Freshman English: Reading and Writing Prof. Huang Jessie

Prerequisite: advanced level determined by placement test. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester. The emphasis of this course is on integrated language skills, including of reading and writing, which require students to participate as active learner. Each unit concludes with several readings and a choice of meaningful activities. Essential reading and writing skills are practiced throughout the text.

Course description

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Semester Course Code Credit Note

2010Fall Department LN1012 R 3 Course Title Teacher

Language Center Freshman English: Reading and Writing Prof. Chen, Jou-Yin

Prerequisite: advanced level determined by placement test. Repeaters apply for registration during the first week of the new semester. Although our main focus will be on reading and writing, all four skills-reading, writing, listening and speaking will be integrated. This class is designed to 1) help student improve their reading comprehension by using various reading strategies and to cultivate the ability to respond to various formats of reading with critical thinking and speaking ability, and 2) help students to cultivate writing habits and be able to respond to various topics with proper writing skills.

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Semester Course Code Credit Note

2010Fall Department LN1030 2 Course Title Teacher

Language Center English Oral Training I Prof. Chuang, Chang-Ching

Course Level:basic This course is designed to provide and environment in which everyone has chances to express ideas freely and willingly. Students will be given a variety of controversial and engaging topics to promote the “real need” of speaking. Various activities such as fluency workshops, role-plays, jig-saw tasks and etc., are also used to offer more authentic, intensive, and productive learning opportunities.

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National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN2012 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Business English Prof. This course is structured to train students to communicate with practical business English in real cases. Chia-Yu Course Level: intermediate. Course description 25 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. with a focus on listening and speaking ability.PIN card from the lecturer.Office of International Affairs.com . Hu.pdffactory.

com .Office of International Affairs. Chia-Jung Course Level:ihigh-intermediate The course is designed for students who are interested in improving their listening ability in English. stress and intonation differentiating. and note taking for longer listening passages under 25 different daily authentic situations.pdffactory. Chien. Course description 26 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Students will be able to acquire abilities such as lexical chunks clustering. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN3003 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Advanced English Listening Prof. Both listening and speaking practices are required in the class.

Participate in discussions on Blackboard. 3. or great fantasy novels. For each absence you’ll need to have the following proof to make up for 27 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. 2. 4. Finish the required reading chapters as scheduled prior to each class and participate in in-class discussions as a group and as a class. adventures and surprises appear ceaselessly in some distinguished English writers’ fictional worlds that captivate many readers’ minds and stretch their imagination to the limits and far beyond. best-selling. 3) To discover the fun and value of sharing after-reading thoughts and doubts with different or like-minded friends through small group and class discussions.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN3007 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Advanced Reading Prof. This course aims: 1) To introduce learners of English who are interested in challenging themselves to read some award-winning. Complete reading three selected novels and writing three after-reading reports. 2) To increase learners’ reading speed and boost their confidence and interest in reading some English originals that suit their levels. All absences need to be explained. Course Requirements: 1. Yang Joanna Course Level:high-intermediate Course Description/Objectives: Numerous fantastical depictions of characters. in which readers not only read to experience different faces of life along with the leading characters in the stories. 4) To enhance or observe the improvement of fluency and accuracy of learners’ writing expressions along with a series of scheduled weekly reading input and group discussions.com .Office of International Affairs. but also discover the power and charm of the language.

28 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. National Central Univerity your attendance grade loss: Complete answering all the questions on the worksheet of the missed class and submit the worksheet in the following class. The worksheets are accessible in the section of Course Documents on Blackboard.pdffactory.Office of International Affairs.com .

Wen-Lin Course Level:advanced This is an advanced English course designed for students preparing for academic study as well as for standardized tests such as the TOEFL test. Course description 29 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. academic. It provides a systematic. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN3008 2 Course Title Teacher Language Center Advanced English Topics Prof.com .Office of International Affairs. and writing essays.pdffactory. participating in class discussions. Students learn to integrate all four language skills. organize information. note-taking. Authentic tasks include listening to lectures. preparing oral and written reports. High-interest and intellectually-stimulating authentic materials are used to familiarize students with academic content. make connections. and think critically in real-world academic contexts. and test-taking abilities. step-by-step approach that helps students develop and sharpen their language. Chen.

National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN4002 2 Course Title Teacher Language Center Oral Presentation for Specific Purposes Prof.pdffactory. coherence. Timothy Ward Course Level:advanced In this course.Office of International Affairs. allowing them to improve their fluency. Students will also have ample opportunity to present on a variety of topics. Course description 30 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com . students will learn about the structure of a typical presentation and ways to effectively incorporate content into presentations. body language. and intonation.

Each unit concludes with numerous discussion ideas and a choice of meaningful activities. Huang Jessie Course Level:advanced The emphasis of this course is on integrated language skills.Office of International Affairs. including speaking and listening. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LN4008 3 Course Title Teacher Language Center Advanced English Oral Communication Prof.com . Essential listening and speaking skills are practiced throughout the text. Course description 31 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. which require students to participate as active learner.pdffactory.

Filter design 32 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. and sampling theory. Linear time-invariant systems 6. Sampling of continuous signals 3. Hsuan Course description PIN Card not required. Discrete signals and systems 2. Ren. This course is open to the general publics.com . Discrete Fourier Transform 4.pdffactory. The z-transform and Discrete Fourier Transform will also be covered.Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department RS7012 3 Course Title Teacher Master of Science Program in Remote Sensing Science and Technology Digital Signal Processing Prof. Contents: 1. z-transform 5. Goal: Introduction of digital signals and systems. Lecture in English. Followed by a study of the Linear time-invariant systems and their filter design.

you will learn much about the history and nature of photography and art and some of the masters of these two great visual media.” Your assignments will not be nearly that long. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL1060 A 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Writing through Media Prof. Course description 33 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. This course is designed to improve your ability to compose clear and concise paragraphs as a stepping-stone in the process of learning to construct a full expository essay. as the saying goes. Lecture in English. ※Pre-requisite: Department: Department of English only. To facilitate this acquisition. and. you will also acquire a framework for independently assessing and improving your writing. and comparison and contrast.pdffactory. narration. In the process of learning how to construct clear and concise paragraphs. you will write about photographs and paintings because they lend themselves to virtually all modes of expository writing. You will not only learn the essential features of effective writing and the various expository modes. “Every picture’s worth a thousand words. such as description. please use your PIN Card.com . but you will write every week and revise each paper you write at least once.Office of International Affairs. Steve Bradbury Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. Year: First Year only.

Although these are different writing tasks. For each writing task we will also read several sample essays stories. pre-writing and writing activities. students will write three papers: a place/character sketch. and an analysis of a stereotype. This course is designed to introduce and develop students’ skills in academic writing. Lecture in English. Course description 34 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com . Huang. a personal narrative. During the semester. Hans Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. each skill builds on the previous one as the course progresses. All papers must be original work developed in our class activities without consultation of outside sources. There will be weekly reading and/or writing assignments.Office of International Affairs. please use your PIN Card. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL1060 B 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Writing through Media Prof. students will learn descriptive techniques and will be introduced to the structure of expository argument.pdffactory. and paired peer evaluations of first and second drafts of each paper. ※Pre-requisite: Department: Department of English only. Facilitated through visual images and films. group workshops. Class meetings will consist of discussions of assigned readings. Year: First Year only.

Students will then write a response to the text or write something in a style similar to the text. Each assignment will start with the reading of a verbal or a visual text.com . This is an intermediate writing course. please use your PIN Card. Most assignments will be descriptive or narrative. Year: First Year only. Lecture in English. Course description 35 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL1060 C 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Writing through Media Prof. Chen-Ya Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. ※Pre-requisite: Department: Department of English only. Li.pdffactory. with a few analytical exercises towards the end of the semester.Office of International Affairs.

Areas of phonetics which will concern us include the following: • Vowel and consonant articulation • Stress: word. and sentence • Rhythm • Intonation • Assimilation and linking We will also learn more about: • The speech mechanism—the organs used for speech production • Transcription Since practice goes hand in hand with theory.com .pdffactory. Students can expect to work with already existing text as well as with original creations in the pursuit of better pronunciation. Course description 36 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Lecture in English. Year: First Year only. How does American English pronunciation work? That is the basic question that this course investigates.Office of International Affairs. phrase. there will be ample time in class for pronunciation practice. In order to know how American English pronunciation works. It is possible to improve one’s pronunciation by understanding and practicing rules of spoken English that have been described by phonetic science. students need to understand its rules of pronunciation—the principles of American English phonetics. please use your PIN Card. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL1061 A 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Phonetics and Pronunciation Prof. Dann Isbell Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. ※Pre-requisite: Department: Department of English only.

poetry-reading. story-telling. ※Pre-requisite: Department: Department of English only. stress and rhythm. as well as assimilation and linking. Lecture in English.\" \"Perfect English Pronunciation. intonation. such as \"Accent Coach.com . reporting of news.\" and \"Pronounce It Perfectly\" to learn the basic notions of phonetics and perfect their vowel and consonant articulation. This course aims to improve students‘pronunciation by intensive oral practice. Wen-Chi Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. Lin. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL1061 B 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Phonetics and Pronunciation Prof.Office of International Affairs. Students will make use of good CD-ROMs for pronunciation training. please use your PIN Card. Course description 37 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Weekly assignments and class activities will include singing. and acting out of film scenes.pdffactory. Year: First Year only.

National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL2005 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Intro. These include: • Phonetics • Phonology • Morphology • Syntax To illustrate these various structural characteristics. Dann Isbell Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. ※Pre-requisite :(1) Department: Department of English only. to Linguistics Prof. please use your PIN Card. Lecture in English. Year: Second Year only. We will become acquainted with the various levels of language that are common to all languages.com . We will also touch upon other important subfields of linguistics including: • Psycholinguistics • Language change (Historical linguistics) • Language variation (Sociolinguistics) 38 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. (2)Department:Department English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. of Course description The purpose of the course is to introduce students to both the theory of language structure and the techniques of linguistic description. we will emphasize analytical methods using data from a variety of languages.Office of International Affairs.pdffactory.

This astounding imaginary civilization will fire the murderous ambitions of Western Europe for five centuries until Western Europe is consumed by the real gods and monsters of the Second World War. Really.com .Office of International Affairs. Romans. This course is open to the general publics. please use your PIN Card. Lecture in English. Course description 39 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Year: First Year only. David Barton Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. ※Pre-requisite: Department: Department of English only.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL2013 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English A History of Western Civilization I Prof. Gods and Monsters. before the Renaissance there was no Western Civilization. Vikings and Dark Age Trojan Horses imagined by Renaissance historians like Kenneth Clarke and Monty Python. so this course will deal with the imaginary Greeks.

National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL2073 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Second Language Acquisition Prof. so some knowledge of language structure and use will be useful. and the relationship between SLA theory and pedagogy in second and foreign language contexts. This course introduces second language acquisition (SLA) theory and research. Lecture in English.Office of International Affairs. Students will apply linguistic analyses to the problems of language acquisition.com . Year:Third Year Fourth Year only. please use your PIN Card.g. cognitive. variables influencing SLA (e.. We will discuss the nature of language learning.pdffactory. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only. and sociocultural). Mei-Ya Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. Liang. linguistic. (2)Department:Department of 、 English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. Course description 40 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

The end. Lecture in English. (2)Department:Department English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL2075 B 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Expository Writing Prof. This course will involve wonderful examples of interesting things to write about like death and adultery. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only.pdffactory. of Course description How to write an essay. Then you write an introduction and a conclusion. David Barton Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. Year: Second Year only. First you have to find something of some interest to someone to write about. This course is open to the general publics. Every author and film maker you can imagine was an adulterer and therefore they all died.com . please use your PIN Card. 41 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Be prepared to read something wonderful about death and adultery. In conclusion we will potpourri death and adultery into an expository essay worthy the name.Office of International Affairs.

com . You will speak and write in English. of Course description In this course you will watch films and talk about them. David Stewart Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. But the emphasis will be on discussion. (2)Department:Department English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only.pdffactory. Most of the films you watch will be in English. There will be no Mandarin used in class for any purpose—including communication between students. Timothy Corrigan’s A Short Guide to Writing about Film (Longman) can help students by providing basic vocabulary for discussion. You will also write about them. 42 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Lecture in English. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL2076 A 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Presentation & Communication I Prof. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only. please use your PIN Card. Year: Second Year only.Office of International Affairs.

5) reflect on the nature and significance of the subject matter.com . 3) use some persuasive techniques. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL2076 B 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Presentation & Communication I Prof.In practicing oral skills through these activities. politics and society. Huang. Students will be immersed in an English speaking environment to explore four main topics relating to ethics.Office of International Affairs. Hans Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. Each topic is introduced by the screening of a chosen film and followed by two or three sessions of presentation and discussion based on the film. (2)Department:Department English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. please use your PIN Card. 43 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. taking into account a range of evidence and opinions. students are expected by the end of the course to demonstrate the ability to 1) contextualize the subject matter. related readings and audio-texts. Year: Second Year only.pdffactory. 2) develop a logical argument and cite evidence. Lecture in English. of Course description This first semester course of sophomore oral training will focus on helping students learn to master the arts of presentation and communication. 4) formulate their own view.

This course is open to the general publics. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL2081 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Introduction to U. memoirs. David Stewart Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. of Course description This course examines American history and culture from colonization to the nineteenth century. the changing meanings of gender. the Revolution. our approach will be critical and thematic.S. topics will include settlement of the New World. our course materials will include images.com . sermons. Our aim is not to be comprehensive. Dividing the course in two parts. In addition to a textbook introduction to American Studies. native peoples. the Puritans. and power point presentations. colonial-revolutionary and the nineteenth century. Lecture in English. short lectures.S. and African American experience. history and how it relates to that nation’s place in the world today. and fiction. (2)Department:Department English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. poetry. Classes will include group presentations by students. All are designed to provide a broad understanding of U. the industrial revolution. the urban development. Year: Second Year only.pdffactory. films. which would be impossible given that the period covers two and a half centuries. History and Culture Prof. please use your PIN Card. Instead. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only.Office of International Affairs. diaries. 44 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

please use your PIN Card. we will look at how more complex literary works designed to be appreciated rather than consumed (i. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL3035 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Fiction Studies Prof. In the second half of the course. (2)Department:Department English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. Steve Bradbury Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. of Course description This course is designed to improve your ability to analyze and discuss fiction as a literary genre.com . Detective Stories.pdffactory. Literature) draw upon these same formal features but with interesting differences.. Year: Second Year only. Romances. 45 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.e.. In the first half of the course we will look at how the structure and formal features of popular genres (e.g. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only. Science Fiction) attract and sustain reader attention.Office of International Affairs. Lecture in English.

Due to the very nature of early cinema. namely the 33 years between 1895 and 1927.Office of International Affairs. This course has a relatively narrow range of focus: we‘ll concern ourselves with the early period of cinematic history.pdffactory. We will examine the development of cinematic technology in terms of its contribution to the shaping of cinematic forms and styles. By “early” I mean the silent period. Li. Lecture in English. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only. (2)Department:Department of 、 English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. please use your PIN Card. we will look at different kinds of film genres.com . National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL3070 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Film History Prof. Year:Third Year Fourth Year only. Students with no previous film courses should talk to me before taking this course. This course requires some prior knowledge of film history as well as some experiences with analyzing the visual texts. Course description 46 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. although narrative cinema will remain our main interest. Chen-Ya Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class.

as well as the rules of the game for intellectual discussions about given topics. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL3077 A 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English English Oral Training III A Prof.pdffactory. This course will be conducted as a professional seminar that prepares students for the highly competitive job market and the challenge of studying abroad.com . Reference materials will be available on the course website and will be discussed in great detail in class. Ho. (2)Department:Department of 、 English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. Josephine Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. Year:Third Year Fourth Year only. Students will be required to study before class and prepare for presentations. We will learn about the ins and outs of performance-oriented PR-related jobs and the styles of public language and composure.Office of International Affairs. Lecture in English. Course description 47 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only. please use your PIN Card.

Emphasis will be placed on building students’ competence and confidence.(2)Department:Department of English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only.Office of International Affairs. and participate in a series of role-play activities. This course will focus on English speaking and listening in both face-to-face and online settings. and discussions in popular media.pdffactory. Lecture in English. Students will listen to dialogues.com . mini-lectures. Mei-Ya Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only. organize speech occasions. please use your PIN Card. Year:Third Year、Fourth Year only. create your own speeches. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL3077 B 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English English Oral Training III A Prof. Students will also practice oral communication skills. Course description 48 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Liang. conversations. stories.

Lecture in English. Authors may include Hannah Foster. Charles Chesnutt. Emphasis will be on text interpretation. John Steinbeck. Year:Third Year Fourth Year only. Henry James. Harriet Beecher Stowe. please use your PIN Card. Saul Bellow. Ernest Hemmingway. Katherine Anne Porter. Kate Chopin. This course treats a selection of American fiction spanning the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Zora Neale Hurston. William Faulkner. Joyce Carol Oates. (2)Department:Department of 、 English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only.pdffactory. or Maxine Hong Kingston. Tony Morrison. but within historical contexts that give the narratives we read a broader significance in American social and cultural life.com . David Stewart Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. John Cheever. Washington Irving. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL3091 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English American Social Fictions Prof. To provide this broader view I will sometimes assign films and secondary readings to supplement primary texts. Course description 49 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only. Herman Melville.Office of International Affairs.

50 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. or politics vs. During the first semester we will focus on the question of the content of literature and its moral. In other words. both of which explore complex questions of ethics. The Matrix and The Lord of the Rings.Office of International Affairs. This course is recommended for advanced students who are interested in going on to study in literature. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL4011 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Literary Criticism I Prof. form. This semester. in order to explore in depth the ideas that have developed out of the ongoing debate concerning content vs.pdffactory. In the first semester. social and political readings. Lecture in English. value and social implications of cultural representation from classical times into the modern era. which threads through the Western canon of literary criticism. (2)Department:Department of 、 English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. This division is not an absolute one. The course. epistemology and subjectivity. Amie Parry Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. we trace philosophical and literary thinking about the meaning. along with LCII. Marx and Marxism. and students are advised to take the course both semesters in order to get a more complete picture of the development of the field. the second semester will explore the question of form and the development of formalisms and structuralisms. representation. the Romantics. Locke and Wollstonecraft. and the Victorian concept of culture at the peak of British imperialism. introduces some of the basic texts of literary and cultural criticism.com . As we do so the initial focus on morality and authenticity will develop into discussions of rights and modernity. art. cultural studies or related fields at the graduate level. please use your PIN Card. Year:Third Year Fourth Year only. the course is loosely divided thematically. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only. we will also discuss the influence of Plato and Neo-Platonism on two contemporary visual texts. Figures and schools we will cover are likely to include Plato and Neo-Platonism.

After the quizzes. we will study Marxist. a novel that responds to the ethical dilemmas of its time by narrating the pinnacle of Western society and its humanist thought partly through the eyes of the monster that it created. To this end. we will look at how these developments gave rise to different but overlapping fields of current literary theory. feminist. anthology-size print.Office of International Affairs. and postcolonial readings of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1818).pdffactory. The quizzes will test for careful and thorough preparation of assigned materials. National Central Univerity Finally. Requirements: Students will be expected to carefully read substantial weekly assignments in difficult English—sometimes in small. class meetings will consist of brief lectures and discussions in groups: active and engaged participation is required. 51 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com . There will be quizzes at the beginning of each class period on that week’s readings. and a final essay.

These will be turned in so that they can be corrected and returned for revision.com . Lecture in English. our attention is focused on how to 52 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Year: Fourth Year only.Office of International Affairs. Course description Business English and Writing prepares students for the language of the workplace. For the oral half of the class. (2)Department: Department of English only.Year: Third Year only. The final exam consists of a timed business letter similar to one that we have analyzed during class. phrasing. Dann Isbell Pin Card is required during Registration Period. The types of business correspondence we will study include: • Letters of inquiry • Replies to inquiries • Payment demands (Collection letters) • Complaint letters • Replies to complaints (Adjustment letters) Students are expected to maintain a portfolio of their written work to be turned in at the end of the semester for final review and grading. Students will then type their own letters and faxes modeled after those analyzed. In this course students will be given exposure to business communication in both its written and oral expressions. We will first analyze models of business writing to gain a greater grasp of the vocabulary. students will become familiar with the standards acceptable to business correspondence as found in letters and faxes. For the writing half of the class. ※Pre-requisite: (1)Department: Department of English only. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL4032 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Business English & Writing Prof. styling and organization that is particular to business writing.pdffactory.

Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity interact with others in a working environment by way of the business meeting.pdffactory.com . Students can be expected to: • Become familiar with business vocabulary • Become aware of the principles of group interaction • Learn useful discussion techniques • Learn and use certain phrases to express certain functions in controlled conversations • Participate in problem-solving discussions based on business situations • Evaluate the effectiveness of their own and others’ group discussions 53 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

Office of International Affairs. Topics will include the nature of classroom interaction. please use your PIN Card. Mei-Ya Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. and language education in various social and political contexts. Lecture in English. TESOL approaches and methods will be discussed and applied in practical settings. Course description 54 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.pdffactory. Year:Third Year Fourth Year only. Liang. the roles of teachers and learners.com . ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only. Emphasis will be put on making connections between research and practice in English education. This course is designed for those who contemplate a career in teaching English as second or foreign languages (TESOL). (2)Department:Department of 、 English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL4071 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Topics in English Education I Prof.

please use your PIN Card. Year:Third Year、Fourth Year only. In this course students will be trained to master the skills for effective conference and communication.(2)Department:Department of English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. They include basic and advanced oral skills as well as body language.pdffactory. Lecture in English.com . National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL4073 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Conference & Communication Skills Prof. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only.Office of International Affairs. Course description 55 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Lin. Wen-Chi Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class.

※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of English only. Year:Third Year Fourth Year only. (2)Department:Department of 、 English、Minor-English、Double Major-English only. To be arranged Course description 56 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Lecture in English. please use your PIN Card.com . National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL4077 Course Title Teacher Department of English Interdisciplinary Seminar StudiesⅡ To be arranged Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class.pdffactory.Office of International Affairs.

note-taking techniques. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: MA in English Literature only. This course is recommended for all first year graduate students. logical argumentation vs. and (2) using secondary sources (avoiding plagiarism. Students will be assigned to go over the readings in class. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL5000 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Thesis Writing and Methodology Prof. Lecture in English.com . interpretation techniques. literature review).pdffactory. and we will discuss these assignments by analyzing sample student papers. anticipating counterarguments). Amie Parry Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. students will lead discussions of one or two papers written by other students taking this course.Office of International Affairs. strategies for incorporating secondary sources to strengthen. These are skills necessary for writing research papers at the graduate level and in writing the MA thesis and thesis proposal. your own argument. our meetings will be conducted as workshop seminars also led by students. drafting. MLA style documentation. We will cover two interrelated areas: (1) argumentation and interpretation (structure in academic writing. Each week students will be asked to write a short analysis of the structure and argumentation of a sample paper according to its use of one or more of the techniques introduced in the textbooks. definition of terms. not lose. Year: Fourth Year only. The objective is to strengthen students’ skills in argumentation and research writing. annotated bibliography. leading a class discussion in which other students will actively participate. locating sources. please use your PIN Card. language and sentence structures for lead-ins and analyses of secondary sources. (2)Department: Department of English only. fallacies. Each week. During the second part of the course. The first assignments are textbook readings on structure and research methodology for academic essays in the humanities. Each student will eventually 57 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

it is almost impossible to write a good research paper.pdffactory. The papers will be distributed one week ahead of time so that the other students can prepare their written feedback in advance. Critique will be rigorous but also very constructive (with emphasis on the latter). National Central Univerity submit at least one paper for this purpose and lead at least one discussion of a classmate’s paper. Students can use a paper from a previous class (approximately 10 pages long and incorporating some secondary sources).com . rethink and rewrite). The choice of paper for the workshop is up to students. These workshop discussions will be based on writing techniques covered in the first part of the semester.Office of International Affairs. Keep in mind that without a great deal of interest and investment in the topic. Although there will be designated discussion leaders. each student will write an annotated bibliography to include five entries on articles or book chapters in their field of research. and preferably one related to your thesis (if you know what that will be already). and students are expected to substantially rewrite their papers (not simply add a paragraph or two. The instructor recommends choosing a paper on a topic in which you have great interest and investment. all students will be expected to prepare brief written feedback for each paper and participate in the discussions. The final paper will be a revision of the workshop paper in response to the material covered in this course and feedback received during workshop. rewritten papers. If you don’t already have a paper that meets all these requirements. In addition. 58 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. These secondary sources will be incorporated into students’ final. but conduct further research. you should write one during the first few weeks of class.

com . This course requires some prior knowledge of film history as well as some experiences with analyzing the visual texts. Due to the very nature of early cinema. although narrative cinema will remain our main interest. please use your PIN Card. This course has a relatively narrow range of focus: we‘ll concern ourselves with the early period of cinematic history. Li. namely the 33 years between 1895 and 1927. we will look at different kinds of film genres.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL6061 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Film History: Form and Style Prof. Lecture in English. We will examine the development of cinematic technology in terms of its contribution to the shaping of cinematic forms and styles.Office of International Affairs. Students with no previous film courses should talk to me before taking this course. ※Pre-requisite: Department: MA in English Literature only. Course description 59 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Chen-Ya Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. By “early” I mean the silent period.

Detective work and crosswords. an Earl of Rochester. Pretty much I want to get some critical vocabulary and insight into you. Course description 60 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Blake. As the angels are being blown backwards by the nightmare of history we might as well look at who is doing the blowing. Byron. David Barton Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. I like to cover the centuries and have you watch movies. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department EL6085 3 Course Title Teacher Department of English Interdisciplinary Seminar StudiesⅡ Prof. Bukowski.pdffactory. Bloom‘s mostly. as does a Satan. ※Pre-requisite: Department: MA in English Literature only. So what kind of bellows does it take from the Renaissance to the present to keep that kind of negative wind farm working? A Macbeth helps.com . So we need to know what Harold Bloom knows. Lecture in English. Baudelaire. please use your PIN Card. a Johnathan Swift. How do Shakespeare‘s characters come to inhabit every literary text and film from his time to our own.Office of International Affairs.

Lecture in English. please use your PIN Card.Office of International Affairs. To be arranged Course description 61 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. ※Pre-requisite: Department:Graduate Institute of Learning & Instruction、Graduate Institute of Learning & Instruction only. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department LI7073 3 Course Title Teacher Graduate Institute of Learning and Instruction Words and Grammar Prof.Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. David Wible This course is open to both Master and PhD students.com .pdffactory.

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2010Fall Department PH4035 3 Course Title Teacher

Department of Physics Introduction to Relativity Prof. James Michael Nester

PIN Card not required. Lecture in English. Plan to cover about 75% of the text. Special Relativity, tensor analysis, spacetime curvature, Einstein field equations, gravitational radiation, black holes, cosmology

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2010Fall Department PH6007 3 Course Title Teacher

Department of Physics Classical Mechanics I Prof. James Michael Nester

This course is open to both Master and PhD students.PIN Card not required. Lecture in English. 1. Elementary principles: mechanics of particles and systems, constraints, D‘Alembert‘s principle 2. Variational Principles and Lagrange‘s equations Hamilton‘s least action principle, calculus of variations, advantages, symmetry and conserved quantities: energy, momentum, angular-momentum 3. Central force: virial theorem, orbit eqn., Kepler problem 4. Rigid body motion: kinematics and dynamics Euler angles, non-inertial frames and coriolis force, inertia tensor, principle axis transformation, Euler eqns. 5. Small Oscillations: principal axis, normal coordinates 6. Special Relativity (maybe not following the text): Lorentz transformation, Minkowski spacetime, relativistic mechanics, covariant Lagrangian 7. Hamilton equations: Legendre transformation, advantages, least action principle 8. Canonical transformations (not in depth): Poisson bracket, Lagrange bracket, Liouville theorem 9. Hamilton-Jacobi theory (not in depth): separation of variables, action-angle variables, adiabatic invariants ± Some topics will be covered in depth (esp. those in boldface), some others (e.g., Ch 9, 10) only a little.

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2010Fall Department PHT001 3 Course Title Teacher

Department of Physics Introduction to Nanotechnology- An Overview (I) Prof. Lai, Pik-Yin

This course is open to both Master and PhD students.PIN Card not required. Lecture in English. Please refer to http://www.phys.sinica.edu.tw/TIGP-NANO/

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Pik-Yin This course is open to both Master and PhD students.com .edu.iams. Please refer to http://tigp. Lecture in English.PIN Card not required. Lai. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department PHT003 3 Course Title Teacher Department of Physics Quantum Mechanics (I) Prof.pdffactory.sinica.Office of International Affairs.tw/Course.html Course description 65 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

Please refer to http://www. Lai.Office of International Affairs. Lecture in English.tw/TIGP-NANO/ Course description 66 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.phys.pdffactory.sinica.PIN Card not required.com . National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department PHT005 3 Course Title Teacher Department of Physics Classical Electrodynamics (I) Prof.edu. Pik-Yin This course is open to both Master and PhD students.

Lecture in English.PIN Card not required. Please refer to http://tigp. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department PHT006 3 Course Title Teacher Department of Physics Statistical Mechanics (I) Prof.tw/Course.sinica.com .pdffactory.html Course description 67 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.iams.edu. Lai. Pik-Yin This course is open to both Master and PhD students.Office of International Affairs.

e-beam bombardment. Yuh-Lin Wang. 2. pumping it down. Ker-Jar Song and Jim Jr-Min Lin. outgas *Introduction: 1. The course of Modern Experimental Techniques is composed of four component mini-courses: (1) Vacuum Technology taught by Profs. Jim Lin Part 2 (2 Week ) Prof. (3) Laboratory Electronics taught by Prof. replacing components. pumps. An introduction of each component mini-course is listed below: Speaker Part 1 (4 Weeks) Prof. baking. stories and lessons learned from years of ultra-high vacuum practice. (2) Optics. A residual gas analyzer is available so that students get to know what happens in the chamber for each step of his operation.com .pdffactory. and Optical Signal Detection taught by Prof. Lasers. gas flow. Jyhpyng Wang. Pik-Yin This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Lai. Students will practice venting the system. Experimenting with a real ultrahigh vacuum system for one week. Juen-Kai Wang. chambers and parts. Ker-Jar Song *Class Outline (1) Vacuum Technology List of subjects: Part I: mean free path. Do and don‘t. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department PHT008 3 Course Title Teacher Department of Physics Modern Experimental Techniques Prof. leak/dirt testing.Office of International Affairs. adsorption and desorption Part II: pressure measurements. Lecture in English. and (4) Charged-Particle Optics taught by Prof. and all kind of tricks that can help bring good 68 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.PIN Card not required.

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vacuum the fastest way. *Grading: 40% from written examination on general principles of vacuum technology, 60% from how good a vacuum one can obtain. *Textbook: 1. Building Scientific Apparatus, 2nd edition or 3rd edition by Moore, Davis and Coplan 2. Operating manuals of components of the UHV system. Speaker Part 3 (4 Weeks) Prof. Juen-Kai Wang *Class Outline: (2) Optics, Lasers, and Optical Signal Detection List of subjects: 1. ABC of optical components: optics, opto-mechanics, vibration isolation and motion control 2. Know your laser system: basic principles, laser engineering, frequency conversion and laser safety 3. Detect optical radiation: intensity, wavelength, polarization and phase 4. Build an optical instrument: initial concept, computer drawing/simulation, revision and construction *Introduction:This course is to provide basic knowledge to use optical and laser instruments in laser laboratories and eventually to have a basic training about how to construct an optical setup for a specific experiment. Furthermore, the course provides a hand-on experimental experience to learn how to manipulate optical components. *Grading: 1. A construction plan for an optical setup: proposal (10%), computer drawing (20%), item list (10%), report (20%) 2. A hand-on experiment: on-site experimental test (20%), Experimental report (20%).
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*Textbook: 1. Fundamentals of Photonics, B. E. A. Saleh and M. C. Teich (John Wiley & Sons, New York 1991). 2. Laser Spectroscopy: Basic concepts and instrumentation, W. Demtröder (Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1996) Speaker Part 4 (4 Weeks) Prof. Jyhpyng Wang *Class Outline: (3) Laboratory Electronics List of subjects: Part 1: circuit construction: circuit elements and diagrams, construction and diagnosis tools, soldering and assembling, shielding and grounding, circuit protection Part 2: basic electronics: diodes and transistors, impedance and passive filters, amplifiers, active filters and oscillators, negative-feedback control, digital circuits, digital/analog interface *Introduction:In a modern laboratory, data are transmitted by electronic signals. Machines are also controlled by electronic signals. Therefore it is extremely important for students to know what is going on behind the switches, knobs, cables, detectors, etc. In this course we will teach students the basics of real-world electronics. In part 1, we begin with an extensive introduction to common electronic components and tools, and then we teach some important techniques of circuit construction. In part 2, we shall discuss common building blocks of electronic circuits. Starting from the most basic diodes and transistors, we show the construction of filters, amplifiers, and oscillators. Then we move to feedback control, and finally to digital circuits and digital/analog interface. These building blocks are so often used in laboratory electronics that by knowing them well, students can build up the confidence in handling laboratory electronics. *Grading:Constructing a working electronic device, such as an
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electronic clock, a stepping motor system, a function generator, a regulated power supply, etc. (50%) 2. Written examination. (50%) *Textbook: The art of electronics, 2nd ed. Horowitz and Hill, Cambridge Univ. Press. Speaker Part 4 (1Weeks) Prof. Yuh-Lin Wang *Class Outline: (4) Charged-Particle Optics List of subjects: 1. Solving the Laplace equation for a rotationally symmetric electrostatic and magnetic fields 2. Trajectory of charged particles in static electric and magnetic fields 3. Gaussian imaging by charged particle 4. Electrostatic lenses, scanning electron microscope and focused ion beam Introduction:Basic principles of image formation using electron or ion beam and a brief introduction to electron and ion microscopy *Grading Homework assignment *Textbook Aberration Theory in Electron and Ion Optics (Ximen Jiye, Academic Press, 1986).

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edu.pdffactory. Lai. Pik-Yin This course is open to both Master and PhD students.tw/Course.sinica. Lecture in English.Office of International Affairs. Please refer to http://tigp.PIN Card not required.com .html Course description 72 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department PHT013 2 Course Title Teacher Department of Physics Seminar (I) Prof.iams.

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Teaching Methods: To be arranged. email: chenyc@pub.PIN Card not required.com .tw. Lai. 3.iams. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department PHT031 0 Course Title Teacher Department of Physics Colloquium I Prof.sinica.pdffactory. Lecture in English. 0933-948016. 1.edu. 02-23624943 phone: 75 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs. Pik-Yin Course description This course is open to both Master and PhD students. To be arranged. Course Description: 2.

pdffactory.Office of International Affairs. Lecture in English.PIN Card not required.com . Pik-Yin This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Lai. Course description 76 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. To be arranged. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department PHT033 3 Course Title Teacher Department of Physics Quantum Optics Prof.

Course description 77 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.pdffactory.Office of International Affairs. classified by the different types of nanomaterials.This course is open to the general publics.g. quantum wires. High resolution electron microscopy is still the most frequently used tool for exploring the nanomaterial structures. In addition. Only recently X-ray diffraction has been realized as suitable tool in nanoscience. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department CM6075 Course Title 3 Teacher Department of Chemistry Structural Characterization of Nanomaterials Prof.com . Walter Vogel This course is open to both Master and PhD students. e.PIN Card not required. as catalysts. Lecturer: Dr. X-rays can penetrate into the bulk and the surrounding ambient to allow for structural studies under in situ conditions.. You will find it rewarding. while XRD samples over a large volume therefore gives an integral probe of the structure. The present lecture is aimed to teach methods of structural characterization. Their functionality can only be understood from knowledge of their atomistic structure and morphology. W. Lecture in English. light emitting semiconducting quantum dots. The lecture will be delivered in English. quantum wells. Vogel (Germany) Functional nanomaterials find increasing attention in fundamental research and in all fields of commercial application. surface sensitive methods will be discussed: STM (scanning tunneling microscopy) and AFM (atomic force microscopy) as probe for planar nanostructures. Both techniques compliment each other: HRTEM is a local probe.

In a first round. Students. General Schedule: According to the number of students (13). followed by the discussion session.com . The presentations are followed by a discussion session (about 25 min). ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: PhD in Chemistry only. This means you are not only allowed. to fill one class-hour (50 min).pdffactory. Year:First Year 、 Second Year only. such as for international conference contributions. which are not already in an advanced state of their PhD 78 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Scores will NOT be judged by the scientific quality of the topic presented. but on the how well organized the results are presented. and improve their performance. Each student is free to select a topic. Conclusion and outlook. which are necessarily to be presented in English. each PhD student should give at least two presentations. The seminar is meant to give students more practice and self-confidence for scientific oral presentations. and the number of seminar sessions (18x2 hours). These are: Motivation for the PhD (i. Therefore every Tuesday in a week we will have two students for a presentation. scientific relevance. but encouraged to put questions or comments during the course of the presentation. I suggest to have a mixed presentation/discussion forum. Walter Vogel PIN Card not required.Office of International Affairs. but most reasonable the topic should be related to her or his own thesis. and questions to be solved). each supposed to be not longer then 20 min.e. which would help students to remember. Instrumentation used to solve the problem in question. Results so far achieved. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department CM7001 Course Title 2 Teacher Department of Chemistry Seminar Prof. Lecture in English. Overview of the so far known literature. [Advance Registration] (2)Department: PhD in Chemistry only.

Progress in science is largely based on this kind of exchange of knowledge. English speaking ability will NOT be a measure for the scores. Discussion in form of question-and-answer is a skill students need to learn.com . National Central Univerity can put their emphasis on the first three topics. You can only become better by practice! 79 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs.pdffactory.

We will have two approaches: (1) checking recent papers. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department AS6019 G 2 Course Title Teacher To be arranged Graduate Institute of Astronomy Special Topics Ⅰ Prof. 80 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. In order to check recent results.pdffactory.com .Office of International Affairs. (2) Observational studies using various data. Yuji Urata Course description We will learn cosmic explosion phenomena such as Gamma-ray Burst(GRB). we check astro-ph everyday. Supernova (SNe).

pdffactory.PIN Card not required. Lecture in English. Outline: Observational astrophysics is one of fundamental topic of astronomy and astrophysics.com . The experiences on various observations through high energy (gamma-ray. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department AS6047 3 Course Title Teacher Graduate Institute of Astronomy Observational Astronomy Prof.Office of International Affairs. gamma-ray burst. X-ray) to radio will help us to approach current astronomical intriguing problems (e. black hole. Yuji Urata This course is open to both Master and PhD students. we will mainly focus on optical observations. In this class. and learn : (1) basic of astronomical instruments (2) how to prepare observations (3) how to make observations (4) how to summarize observational results Course description 81 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. cosmology etc).g.

Lecture in English.PIN Card not required. In this course. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department AS8007 2 Course Title Teacher Graduate Institute of Astronomy Seminar III Prof.com . Yuji Urata This course is open to both Master and PhD students. we aim to learn how to make a presentations and discussions based on reading papers and/or related recent research works.pdffactory. Course description 82 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs.

※Pre-requisite: Department:Graduate Institute of Systems Biology and Bioinformatics 、 Graduate Institute of Systems Biology and Bioinformatics only.Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010Fall Department SB6004 2 Course Title Teacher Institute of Bioinformatics Seminar I Systems Biology and Prof. HC Lee “Systems Biology: A Brief Overview” -09/24 Student Speakers 3pm – C Lin A1 “Genomic analysis of the hierarchical structure of regulatory networks” 4pm – YT Cheng B1 “Critical Review of Published Microarray Studies for Cancer Outcome and Guidelines on Statistical Analysis and Reporting” -10/01 Student Speakers 3pm – TH Lai C1 “Cells on chips” 4pm – FH Chung D1 “Evolvability and hierarchy in rewired bacterial gene networks” -10/08 Student Speakers 3pm – LM Wang A2 “A proteome chip approach reveals new DNA damage recognition activities in Escherichia coli” -10/15 Student Speakers 3pm – KS Lin B2 “Epigenetics and human disease: translating basic biology into clinical applications” 4pm – YH Ho C2 “Serum proteome profiling of metastatic breast cancer using recombinant antibody microarrays” 83 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Hoong-Chien This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Year: First Year only. please use your PIN Card.pdffactory. [Advance Registration] -09/17 Guest Speaker 3pm – Prof.Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. Lecture in English.com . Lee.

Office of International Affairs.com . singe-gene knockout mutants: the Keio collection” 4pm – CC Liu A4 “Technology platforms for pharmacogenomic diagnostic assays” -11/12 (Midterm Exam Week) -11/19 Student Speakers 3pm – CY Cheng B4 4pm – CY Tsai C4 -11/26 (Sport Meet) -12/03 Student Speakers 3pm – T Yang D4 4pm – T Wang A5 -12/10 Seminar -12/17 Guest Speaker -12/24 Guest Speaker -12/31 Seminar -1/7 Guest Speaker 84 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.pdffactory. National Central Univerity -10/22 Student Speakers 3pm – CH Ma D2 “From E-MAPs to module maps: dissecting quantitative genetic interactions using physical interactions” 4pm – CC Lai A3 “Bak regulates mitochondrial morphology and pathology during apoptosis by interacting with mitofusins” -10/29 Student Speakers 3pm – YR Chen B3 4pm – PC Tai C3 “Diet and the evolution of human amylase gene copy number variation” -11/05 Student Speakers 3pm – JC Tsai D3 “Construction of Escherichia coli K-12 in-frame.

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The lecturers will include invited speakers (who are well-known and have expertise in their disciplines) from the universities and institutes in Taiwan and from overseas. biochemistry. [Advance Registration] Course description This course is designed to provide lectures of recent important findings and updated knowledge in the fields of systems biology. 86 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Lecture in English. cell biology and others. Lee. students will be divided into several groups and meeting places will be assigned.Year: Second Year only. For the group meeting. bioinformatics and other related sciences including molecular biology.Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class.com . Prof Jean-Francois Biellman This course is open to both Master and PhD students. In addition to attending the lecture (from 11:00 to 12:00 am). Hoong-Chien.Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SB6016 2 Department Course Title Teacher Institute of Bioinformatics Journal Review I Systems Biology and Prof. students have opportunities to personally interact with the lecturer in the lunch meeting and after-lunch group meeting (from 1:00 to 2:00 pm).pdffactory. please use your PIN Card. ※Pre-requisite:Department:Graduate Institute of Systems Biology and Bioinformatics 、 Graduate Institute of Systems Biology and Bioinformatics only.

Classroom: E-135. Improve listening and speaking skills in English.pdffactory.Office of International Affairs. C. Pin Card is required during Registration Period. Course Objective: Through discussions. ※Pre-requisite:Department:Department of Civil Engineering、 MSc in Civil Engineering only. drills and practices.No Advance Registration. students will: A.com . National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CI3054 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Civil Engineering English for Science and Technology To be arranged Class time: 8/9~9/11 Monday to Friday 13:00-15:50. Be acquainted with background knowledge that is relevant to the target listening and speaking skills in English. Become familiar with the culture of English speaking countries and be able to use appropriate language when communicating with English native speakers in real-life scenarios. B. Tentative Syllabus: *Week 1: 7/9–7/13 Introductions Personal information (Key features of an effective presentation) *Week 2: 7/16-7/20 Nationalities Personalities (Making a good introduction) *Week 3 :7/23-7/27 Family City life (Organizing a presentation) *Week 4 :7/30-8/3 Jobs Daily routine 87 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Lecture in English. activities.

com . National Central Univerity Review & Process Check I (Advantages of speaking versus reading) *Week 5: 8/6-8/10 Travel Business (Making a well-designed and well-presented visual aid) *Week 6: 8/13-8/17 Schedules Weather (body language) *Week 7 :8/20-8/24 Entertainment Shopping (Making an effective ending to a presentation) *Week 8 :8/27-8/31 Home Food (Review) *Week 9: 9/3-9/7 Health News (Review & Process Check II Review) 88 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.pdffactory.Office of International Affairs.

PIN Card not required. Chen. To be arranged. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CI6018 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Civil Engineering Structural Dynamics Prof. Huei-Tsyr This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Lecture in English.Office of International Affairs. Course description 89 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.pdffactory.com .

Der-Shin For structural engineering majors only.This course is open to both Master and PhD students.com .PIN Card not required.pdffactory. To be arranged. Juang. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CI6048 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Civil Engineering Finite Element Prof. Lecture in English.Office of International Affairs. Course description 90 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

Wu.com . National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CI6088 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Civil Engineering Water Resources Systems Engineering Prof. This course covers development and application of techniques for deterministic and stochastic optimization and simulation in water-resources planning.PIN Card not required.pdffactory. Ray-Shyan Combine couse: SDA017. This course is open to the general publics. Lecture in English.This course is open to both Master and PhD students.Office of International Affairs. Topic are: - Concept - System Techniques in Water Resources - Economic Consideration - Multiobjective Planning - Reservoir Systems-deterministic flow - Reservoir Random-deterministic flow Course description 91 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CI7049 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Civil Engineering Satellite Geodesy Prof. Lecture in English. Joz This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Course description 92 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs. To be arranged.com .pdffactory. Wu.PIN Card not required.

Topics of the course include remote sensing image characteristics and formats. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CI7059 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Civil Engineering Remote Sensing Image Processing and Analysis Prof. Note: this course may be taught in English! The objective of this course is to provide insight into the concepts and techniques of remote sensing image processing and analysis. Students are expected to learn the knowledge and ability to process and analyze remotely-sensed digital images for assorted applications from class lectures. Fu-An Combine couse: SDA008. and image classification.Image Transformations 7. image corrections. Although programming issues will be occasionally dealt with.Image classification Course description 93 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Course Outlines: 1. spatial. feature extraction. programming knowledge and experience is definitely a plus. Nonetheless.Image enhancement (point and region operations) 6.Introduction 2. image transformation. spatial and spectral enhancement.Image characteristics and formats 3.Feature extraction (spectral. and temporal) 8. Lecture in English. Other helpful prerequisites include vector and matrix mathematics.Geometric corrections 5. Tsai.This course is open to both Master and PhD students.pdffactory. this course is primarily intended for users of image analysis software rather than programmers. probability and multivariate statistics.Office of International Affairs.com .Radiometric corrections 4. discussions and laboratory exercises.PIN Card not required.

5. Satellite Cameras 3. Lenses 2.2.1. Objectives 94 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. and Merits of Photogrammetry 1. Calibration Methods 4. Image Intensity Illuminance. Introduction (Perspective vs. Types.Office of International Affairs.pdffactory. Interior Orientation Parameters 4. Digital Images (B/W & Color) Chapter III Camera and Images 3. and Emulsion Sensitivity 2. The Aid of GPS & INS Chapter IV Camera Calibration 4. Non-Metric Cameras 2. Applications of Photogrammetry 1. Lecture in English.PIN Card not required.5. Chen. Close-Range Cameras 3. Fundamental Optics 2.4.com .4.2.2.3.4.1. Resolving Power Chapter V Image Measurements and Refinements 5.2. Shutter Speed.3. Aperture. Items of Calibration 4. Aerial Camers 3. Focal Length.3.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Photogrammetric Processing and Production Chapter II Principals of photography and Imaging 2. Metric vs. Maps and Images 1.3.1. Pushbroom) 3. Definition. History and Developments of Photogrammetry 1.4. Liang-Chien Combine couse: SDA006.5.1. Chapter I Introduction 1.1. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CI7061 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Civil Engineering Aerial Photogrammetry Prof.

Parallax Equations Chapter VIII Tilt Photographs 8.3.6.3.2.6. Ellipsoid Height (Geometric Height) Chapter VII Vertical Photographs 7.4. Feature for Matching 95 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Geometry and Scale 7. Introduction 7. Epipolar Geometry Chapter X Digital Image Matching 10. National Central Univerity 5.2.5. Modeling for Exterior Orientation Parameters 9. 3-D Object Determination 9. Introduction 8. Measuring Methods 5. Parallax 7. ψ.1. Refinement of Measured Coordinates 5.3. Image Coordinate System 5.1.com . and Azimuth 8. Correction Mathematics Chapter VI Object Coordinate Systems 6. Introduction 6.1.3.5.4. Orthometric Height 6.1.3.2. Geocentric and Geodetic Coordinates 6.Office of International Affairs. Tilt Correction Chapter IX Fundamental Mathematics in Photogrammetry 9.4. Map Projection 6.4. Introduction 10. κ 8. Collinearity Condition Equations 9. Tilt. Orthorectification 9. Introduction 9.pdffactory. Swing.1.5. Relief Displacement 7.4.5.2.2. Stereo pairs 7.2. ω.

Independent Models 12. Applications of Image Matching Chapter XI Model-Based Object Reconstruction 11.pdffactory.3.1.4.3. Analogue Relative Orientation 11.Office of International Affairs.com . The Aid of Epipolar Geometry 10.4.2.5.5.4.3. Point Matching Methods 10. Analytical Absolute Orientation Chapter XII Phototriangulation 12. Analogue Absolute Orientation 11. DG. Phototriangulation for Satellite Images (RSM.2. National Central Univerity 10. Analytical Relative Orientation 11. Bundle Adjustment 12. Introduction 12. RFM) 96 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Introduction 11.1.

Chi-Farn Combine couse: SDA005. In addition.PIN Card not required. Course description 97 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Vector and Raster Data. The course is designed for students who are interested in Geographic Information Systems.com . Chen. Lecture in English. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CI7065 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Civil Engineering Geographical Information Systems Prof. a weekly lab exercise will be employed to supplement the class teaching. The students in the class are expected to learn: GIS Introduction.Office of International Affairs. GIS Applications.pdffactory. Preprocessing of Data. Data Manipulation and Analysis.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Data Acquisition.

PIN Card not required. Characteristics of Strong Ground Motions 6. Earthquake Ground Motion (Distance Learning) 8. of Tokyo Tech).com . Analysis of Waveform data 5.Office of International Affairs.pdffactory. Near Field Effects of Large Earthquakes (Distance Learning) 15. Introduction to gravity and microtremor surveys (Distance Learning) Course description 98 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Prof. Introduction 2. Huei-Tsyr Long Distance learning (with Univ. Real-Time Information for Disaster Mitigation (Distance Learning) 12. Chen. Risk Management (Distance Learning) 9. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CI7105 2 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Civil Engineering Earthquake Disaster Reduction Prof.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Tsunami Science (Distance Learning) 10. Lecture in English. Tsunami Hazard Mitigation (Distance Learning) 13. Mirikawa. Design Earthquakes and Artificial Earthquakes 7. Social Seismology (Distance Learning) 11. Earthquake Hazard Mitigation (Distance Learning) 14. Damages to Civil Engineering Structures by large earthquakes 3. Large scale numerical simulation for earthquake and its response (Distance Learning) 16. Basics of Seismology 4. 1.

of Hiroshima). Wen-Chao Long Distance learning (with Univ. Huang.pdffactory. Lecture in English. ※Pre-requisite: Department:MSc in Civil Engineering、PhD in Civil Engineering only.PIN Card not required.com .Office of International Affairs. To be arranged Course description 99 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CI7113 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Civil Engineering Soft Ground Enginerring Prof.This course is open to both Master and PhD students.

f. Response of Multi-d. Response of 1-d. Systems --.f.Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. Systems to Initial Conditions --.o. Chuan This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Response of 1-d.f.f.com . Systems to Nonperiodic Excitation --Forced Vibration * impulse response * step response * convolution * vibration isolation * Laplace transformation and transfer function 5. Li. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall ME7014 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Mechanical Engineering Vibration Analysis Prof.o. (2)Department:MSc in Energy Engineering、 PhD in Energy Engineering only.Free Vibration * equation of motion --. Systems to Harmonic and Periodic Excitation --.Lagrange‘s equations * eigenvalue problem * modal analysis 100 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.pdffactory.Free and Forced Vibration * equations of motion --. 1. please use your PIN Card. Response of 1-d.Office of International Affairs.o. Lecture in English. Introduction 2. This course is open to the general publics.Forced Vibration * forced vibration * resonance * frequency response * Fourier series 4.o.Newton‘s second law * undamped or damped free vibration 3. ※Pre-requisite:(1)Department:MSc in Mechanical Engineering、MSc in Opto-Mechatronics Engineering、PhD in Mechanical Engineering 、 MSc in Opto-Mechatronics Engineering only.

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※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of Chemical Engineering only. Transport Phenomena and Unit Operations Fall 2010 Host: Assist. please use your PIN Card.Distillation 09/29 18. Lee.Crystallization 11/17 29.Mechanical Separations 12/01 24.Office of International Affairs.Drying of Solids 12/15 17. Lecture in English. Year: Fourth Year only.19 Mass transfer 01/05 ~ Final Exam ~ Our focus is twofold: (1) to learn how to employ the 102 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Tu Lee Time: Wednesdays 3:00 – 4:50 pm & Thursdays 8:00 – 8:50 am Place: Engineering Building 1. Tu Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class.Gas Absorption 10/13 23.Leaching and Extraction 11/03 ~ Mid-Term Exam ~ 11/10 24.com . [Advance Registration] (2)Department: Department of Chemical Engineering only.pdffactory.Principles of Diffusion and Mass Transfer Between Phases 12/22 17. (3)Department: Non-Department of Chemical Engineering only. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CH3043 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department Engineering of Chemical and Materials Transport Phenomena and Unit Operations Prof.18. Prof. This course is open to the general publics. Covered topics are tabulated below: Week of Chapter & Topic 09/15 21. E356 Course description This is an English–speaking course designed for senior students.

pdffactory.Office of International Affairs. 103 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. National Central Univerity macroscopic concepts. (2) To learn why the chosen process could affect materials‘properties. such as mass balance. to understand the physics behind the manufacturing equipments for scale-up. energy balance and mass diffusion.com . Theories and real-life examples will be thoroughly discussed.

Akon Higuchi This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Prof.PIN Card not required. Chen. To be arranged Course description 104 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Hui.com . Lecture in English.Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CH8025 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department Engineering of Chemical and Materials Advanced Polymer Chemistry Prof.pdffactory.

2.18) Course description 105 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. 11. 5. growth factor) (L4. Protein structure. please use your PIN Card.com . 7. 13. This course has three major topics.L6) Molecular Insights into DNA (L7). 4.Office of International Affairs.pdffactory. secondary. Akon Higuchi This course is open to both Master and PhD students. The content of this course is shown as 1.16) Student presentation related to Biomacromolecules (17. Protein structure and function. 8. 14. 12. 6. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CH8081 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department Engineering of Chemical and Materials Biomacromolecules Prof. This course is open to the general publics. Lecture in English. ternary and high-order structure of proteins (L1) Protein function (L2) Protein assay (L3) Protein in cells (extracellular matrix. (L8) DNA engineering (L9) Mid-term examination(L-ME) Cellulose and its engineering application (including L13) Biomaterials 1 (10) Biomaterials 2 (11) Biomaterials 3 (12) Biomedical materials (13) Student presentation related to Biomacromolecules (15. This course provides general and advanced knowledge of biomacromolecules to students majoring chemical emgineering and material engineering. 9. DNA and RNA structure and function and Engineering using those biomacromolecules. 10. primary. 3.L5.

Arribart and M. This course is open to the general publics. Tu Lee Time: Fridays 9:00 – 11:50 a. please use your PIN Card. Tu Combined course: MS5009. 277-288 (2005).com . Nature Materials 4. Place: Engineering Building 1. H.Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class.m. The course is divided into eight different modules (Table 1) and the reading assignments for each module is shown in Table 2. E233 This is an English speaking. Lee. Giraud Guille. Table 1. intensive reading course. Prof.Office of International Affairs. M. Lecture in English. Syllabus Week of Module 09/17 1 09/24 1 10/01 2 10/08 2 10/15 3 10/22 3 10/29 4 11/05 4 11/12 4 11/19 5 106 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. The course is based on a review article: C. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CH8097 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department Engineering of Chemical and Materials Bio-inspired Materials Prof. Bioinspired Materials and Technology Fall 2010 Host: Assist. Sanchez.pdffactory. Biology or biochemistry background is NOT required.This course is open to both Master and PhD students.

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Jiunn-Chi Combine couse: SDA019. Sustainable Energy Estimation and Evaluation of Energy Resources Technical Performance: Allowability. Course Description: To examine energy from a broad perspective and provide quantitative approaches for evaluating future tradeoffs in a content of sustainability. 2. Regional. Transportation. their technical and economic viability. *Table of Contents: 1. Wu. and Global Environmental Effects of Energy 5. Project Economic Evaluation 6.PIN Card not required.com .Office of International Affairs. and to provide a framework for assessing solution options. and Distribution of Energy 8. To examine available and future technologies in the context of their environmental strengths and weakness.pdffactory. to study technology and technology-intensive policy options. and their ability to keep pace with evolving public and regulatory expectations for the sustainable use of the planet’s resource.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall ER6019 3 Department Course Title Teacher Graduate Institute of Energy Engineering Sustainable Energy Prof. Lecture in English. Electric Power Sector 9. 2. Local. Industrial Energy Usage 11. *Course Objective: 1. Efficiency. Storage. Production Rates 4. Energy Systems and Sustainability Metrics 7. To present energy the tradeoffs inherent in defining sustainability. Synergistic Complex Systems 108 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Commercial and Residential Buildings 12. 3. Transportation Services 10.

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Kuan-Wen This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Lecture in English. Wang. Introduction of Hydrogen Energy Ch2.pdffactory. Introduction of Hydrogen Storage Materials Ch5. Ni-hydride Battery Ch7. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall MS5012 3 Department Course Title Teacher Graduate Institute of Materials Science & Engineering Materials for Hydrogen Energy Prof.PIN Card not required. Introduction of Hydrogen Production Materials Ch3. Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (PEMFCs) Course description 110 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Ch1. Preparation and Characterization of Hydrogen Production Materials Ch4.com .Office of International Affairs.Preparation and Characterization of Hydrogen Storage Materials Ch6.

PIN Card not required.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall MS5039 3 Department Course Title Teacher Graduate Institute of Materials Science & Engineering Amorphous metallic alloys Prof. Jang. This course is open to the general publics. Lecture in English. Course description 111 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com . To be arranged. Shian-Ching This course is open to both Master and PhD students.Office of International Affairs.

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com .pdffactory. Chi-Farn Learning) in PIN Card not required. The students in the class are expected to learn: GIS Introduction. Vector and Raster Data. ※Pre-requisite: Department: MA (Adult International Development only. Data Manipulation and Analysis. Lecture in English. 113 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. GIS Applications. Chen. Course description The course is designed for students who are interested in Geographic Information Systems. a weekly lab exercise will be employed to supplement the class teaching.Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SDA005 3 Department Course Title Teacher International Master Program for Environment Sustainable Development Geographic Information Systems Prof. Data Acquisition. Preprocessing of Data. In addition.

4. Resolving Power Course description 114 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SDA006 3 Department Course Title Teacher International Master Program for Environment Sustainable Development Aerial Photogrammetry Prof.pdffactory. Lecture in English. Focal Length.com .2. and Emulsion Sensitivity 2.PIN Card not required.5. Calibration Methods 4. Photogrammetric Processing and Production Chapter II Principals of photography and Imaging 2. Metric vs. Introduction (Perspective vs. Image Intensity Illuminance.Office of International Affairs.4. Chapter I Introduction 1.1. Fundamental Optics 2. and Merits of Photogrammetry 1. Aperture.1.5. Digital Images (B/W & Color) Chapter III Camera and Images 3. Chen.1. Non-Metric Cameras 2.3. History and Developments of Photogrammetry 1.2. Close-Range Cameras 3. Maps and Images 1. Shutter Speed. Pushbroom) 3.4. The Aid of GPS & INS Chapter IV Camera Calibration 4. Definition.1.3. Liang-Chien Combined course: CI7061.2.3. Items of Calibration 4. Satellite Cameras 3. Lenses 2.3. Applications of Photogrammetry 1. Types.5. Interior Orientation Parameters 4.2.4. ※Pre-requisite: Department: MA (Adult Learning) in International Development only. Aerial Camers 3.

Orthometric Height 6. Introduction 7. Tilt Correction Chapter IX Fundamental Mathematics in Photogrammetry 9.1. Epipolar Geometry Chapter X Digital Image Matching 115 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com . Correction Mathematics Chapter VI Object Coordinate Systems 6.6.1.4. Objectives 5. Refinement of Measured Coordinates 5.3. Orthorectification 9. Modeling for Exterior Orientation Parameters 9. Tilt. ω. Measuring Methods 5.4.5.2. Geometry and Scale 7. Stereo pairs 7. Introduction 9. Map Projection 6.4. Ellipsoid Height (Geometric Height) Chapter VII Vertical Photographs 7. Relief Displacement 7.4.5. Geocentric and Geodetic Coordinates 6. Introduction 8.3.pdffactory. Parallax Equations Chapter VIII Tilt Photographs 8. and Azimuth 8.3.1.5.1. 3-D Object Determination 9. National Central Univerity Chapter V Image Measurements and Refinements 5.2. Introduction 6.2. κ 8.Office of International Affairs.3. ψ. Swing.4. Parallax 7.5.1.2. Image Coordinate System 5.3. Collinearity Condition Equations 9.2.6.

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Course Outlines: 1. feature extraction. Fu-An Combined course: CI7059.Lecture in English.Feature extraction (spectral. Tsai. Nonetheless.Geometric corrections 5.Image enhancement (point and region operations) 6. Topics of the course include remote sensing image characteristics and formats. image transformation. ※Pre-requisite: Department: MA (Adult Learning) in International Development only.Image classification Course description 117 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs. programming knowledge and experience is definitely a plus. discussions and laboratory exercises. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SDA008 3 Department Course Title Teacher International Master Program for Environment Sustainable Development Remote Sensing Image Processing and Analysis Prof.com .PIN Card not required. Although programming issues will be occasionally dealt with.Radiometric corrections 4. and temporal) 8.pdffactory. this course is primarily intended for users of image analysis software rather than programmers.Introduction 2. spatial and spectral enhancement. probability and multivariate statistics. Other helpful prerequisites include vector and matrix mathematics. spatial. Students are expected to learn the knowledge and ability to process and analyze remotely-sensed digital images for assorted applications from class lectures. image corrections.Image characteristics and formats 3.Image Transformations 7. Note: this course may be taught in English! The objective of this course is to provide insight into the concepts and techniques of remote sensing image processing and analysis. and image classification.

Lecture in English.pdffactory. ※Pre-requisite: Department: MA (Adult Learning) in International Development only. [Advance Registration] To be arranged Course description 118 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com .Office of International Affairs. Year: Second Year only. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SDA011 3 Department Course Title Teacher International Master Program for Environment Sustainable Development Research Study I Advisor PIN Card not required.

Ray-Shyan Combined course: CI6088.com .PIN Card not required.pdffactory. ※Pre-requisite: Department: MA (Adult Learning) in International Development only. Wu.Office of International Affairs. To be arranged Course description 119 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SDA017 3 Department Course Title Teacher International Master Program for Environment Sustainable Development Water Resources Systems Engineering Prof.Lecture in English.

※Pre-requisite: Department: MA (Adult Learning) in International Development only. Lecture in English. To be arranged Course description 120 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com . Wu.PIN Card not required. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SDA019 3 Department Course Title Teacher International Master Program for Environment Sustainable Development Sustainable Energy Prof.pdffactory. Jiunn-Chi Combined course: ER6019.Office of International Affairs.

121 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Three students’ present research progress (for 2nd year MS student) or papers (for 1st year MS student) they’re assigned in every class hour. Each presentation has 25 minutes (15min of presentation. Chuan. To briefly introduce the focus of sustainable development in IESD program. 2. To practice the basic skills through written report and oral presentation. [Advance Registration] Course Objective: 1. ※Pre-requisite: Department: MA (Adult Learning) in International Development only. Year: First Year only. Wu. The presenting student should upload the power point file to the Blackboard website 2 days before presenting in class. Prof. 3.pdffactory. Prof. Two involved speakers will be arranged to talk in related issue of sustainable development. Course Description: 1. Chi-Farn.com .PIN Card not required. Liao. and thesis writing) of research. Chen. Prof. 2. Jiunn-Chi. Lecture in English. 3. report. Wan-Li Course description Combined course: SDA023.Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SDA022 1 Department Course Title Teacher International Master Program for Environment Sustainable Development Topic Research (I) Prof. 10min of questions from professors and other students). Li. To introduce the basic skills (utilize the academic resources.

3. Year: Second Year only.pdffactory. [Advance Registration] Course Objective: 1. To introduce the basic skills (utilize the academic resources.com . The presenting student should upload the power point file to the Blackboard website 2 days before presenting in class. 122 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Course Description: 1. To briefly introduce the focus of sustainable development in IESD program. Prof. ※Pre-requisite: Department: MA (Adult Learning) in International Development only. 10min of questions from professors and other students) 2. Li. Prof. Liao. Chuan. Jiunn-Chi. Chen. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SDA023 1 Department Course Title Teacher International Master Program for Environment Sustainable Development Topic Research (II) Prof. 3. report. and thesis writing) of research.Office of International Affairs. Lecture in English.PIN Card not required. Chi-Farn. Two involved speakers will be arranged to talk in related issue of sustainable development. Wan-Li Course description Combined course: SDA022. Each presentation has 25 minutes (15min of presentation. Prof. Three students’ present research progress (for 2nd year MS student) or papers (for 1st year MS student) they’re assigned in every class hour. Wu. 2. To practice the basic skills through written report and oral presentation.

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2010 Fall SDA024 3

Department Course Title Teacher

International Master Program for Environment Sustainable Development Applied Statistics Prof. Li, Chuan Learning) in

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2010 Fall BA2030 3

Department Course Title Teacher

Department of Business Administration Marketing Management Prof. Cheng, Ming Sung Julian

Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class, please use your PIN Card. Lecture in English. This course is open to the general publics. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of Business Administration only. Year: Second Year only. Class: B only. [Advance Registration] (2)Department:Minor-Business Administration 、 Double Major-Business Administration 、 Specialty Program-Business Administration 、 Specialty Program-Information Management 、 Specialty Programe-Electronic Commerce only. Course descriptions: By end of this semester, students will be equipped with the knowledge: 1. Understanding the core concept of marketing management 2. Knowing a number of key/important marketing theories;and beingfamiliar with how to design a marketing program/pl

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2010 Fall BA7006 3

Department Course Title Teacher

Department of Business Administration Seminar on Corporate Finance Prof. Hung, Jung-Hua

This course is open to both Master and PhD students.Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class, please use your PIN Card. Lecture in English. Thiscourse is open to the general publics. ※Pre-requisite: Department: PhD in Business Administration only. Objectives: 1. To provide a further study on some special topics in Finance, especially those related to high-tech industry. 2. To help students improve the abilities to express opinions in English 3. To enhance students’ abilities to communicate with internationals. Course Outline: 01A Framework for Business Analysis and Valuation Using Financial Statements 02 Strategy Analysis 03 Overview of Accounting Analysis 04 Financial Analysis 05 Science, Technology, and Business 06 The Industrial R&D Process 07 Case study and role-playing activities 08 Other topics may be included

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Identity: International Students Only.com . Ming Sung Julian This course is open to both Master and PhD students.Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall BA8001 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Business Administration Research Methodology Ⅰ Prof. Cheng.Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. please use your PIN Card. ※Pre-requisite: Department: PhD in Business Administration only.pdffactory. Course description 126 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Lecture in English. To be arranged.

Lecture in English.com . Year: First Year only. Jun-Der Combined course: BA8012. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall BA8009 1 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Business Administration Ph.Office of International Affairs. Leu. [Advance Registration] To be arranged Course description 127 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.PIN Card not required.pdffactory. This course is open to the general publics.D Seminar Prof. ※Pre-requisite: Department: PhD in Business Administration only.

Jun-Der Combined course: BA8009. Lecture in English. Year: Second Year only.PIN Card not required.com .pdffactory. Leu. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall BA8012 1 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Business Administration Ph.This course is open to both Master and PhD students.Office of International Affairs. ※Pre-requisite: Department: PhD in Business Administration only.D Seminar Prof. This course is open to the general publics. [Advance Registration] To be arranged Course description 128 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

Cheng.pdffactory. To be arranged Course description 129 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Ming Sung Julian This course is open to both Master and PhD students.Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. Lecture in English. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall BA8050 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Business Administration Seminar on Marketing Management Prof.com . ※Pre-requisite: Department: PhD in Business Administration only.Office of International Affairs. please use your PIN Card.

[Advance Registration] To be arranged.pdffactory. Student ID: odd numbers Only. Course description 130 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Year: Second Year only. Lecture in English. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: PhD in Information Management only. [Advance Registration] (2)Department: Master of Information Management only. National Central Univerity Semester 2010Fall Course Code Credit Note IM7043 A 1 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Information Management PHD Seminar in Information Management Prof.com . Yi-Wen PIN Card not required. Year: First Year only. Fan.Office of International Affairs. Student ID: odd numbers Only.

Students are expected to have the capability of present their various ideas in both written and spoken English. Cheng-Kiang PIN Card not required. Student ID: even numbers Only. Year: Second Year only. National Central Univerity Semester 2010Fall Course Code Credit Note IM7043 B 1 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Information Management PHD Seminar in Information Management Prof. (2)Department: Master of Information Management only.pdffactory. Lecture in English. Course description 131 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Student ID: even numbers Only. Farn.Office of International Affairs. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: PhD in Information Management only. Year: First Year only. This course is designed to help students gain the basic practical English communication experience of management information systems.com .

portfolio replication. Borrowing from the historical reality. Reaching a destination faster or causing a crash quicker? These case studies are used to draw attention from students for class discussion and to demonstrate that understanding the pricing of derivatives (building a jet) does not guarantee the correct use of those financial products (flying a jet). (3)Department: Non-Master of Finance only. We will emphasize perspectives from both the traders as well as from the managers. The ultimate goal of this course is to build a framework to integrate financial risk management solutions to create value and take advantage of growth opportunities with long-term corporate strategy. ※Pre-requisite:(1)Department:Master of Finance 、 Msc of Accounting only. the management of various sources of financial risks. Course Outline: 1. (2)Department: Department of Financial Economics only. Essential Statistical Concepts • Volatility 132 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. A Conceptual Introduction 2. as modern financial markets and regulation require. Yeh. we will discuss what we might learn from some famous cases in the class. This will take roughly 3/4 of the semester. topics of discussion will include dynamic hedging. National Central Univerity Semester 2010 Fall Course Code Credit Note FM6071 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Finance Risk Management Prof. Specifically. Managing Risk Exposures and Hedging Practices (a) Hedging with Financial Products (b) Managing Exposures 3. Derivatives are like jets. the development of Value-at-Risk. Jin-Huei PIN Card not required.Office of International Affairs. Course Description: This course is designed to study the fundamentals and building blocks of corporate financial risk management.pdffactory.com . Lecture in English. We are to cover techniques to identify measure and managecorporate financial risk.

Shedding New Lights for Future RM from Past Experiences 133 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Regulation for Risk Management (a) Bank Regulation and Basel II (b) BIS 5. National Central Univerity • Correlation and General Dependence Functions • Tail Behavior of a Random Variable 4. Other Topics in RM • Weather Derivatives • Energy Derivatives • Insurance Derivatives 10. Measuring Tail Risk: Value at Risk 6.Office of International Affairs. Economic and Risk Capital 9. Case Studies: 11. Dimension of Risks • Interest Rate Risk • Market Risk • Credit Risk • Operational Risk • Liquidity Risk • Model Risk 7.com . An Integrated View 8.pdffactory.

Table Manners 2. Introduction 2. Personal Habits and Appearance 2. National Central Univerity Semester 2010 Fall Course Code Credit Note Course description FMA020 1 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Finance Western Manners To be announced PIN Card not required. Speech and Conversation 2.2.com .2. Some Points for Ladies and Gentlemen DATE (2nd SUNDAY) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: 1.3. Special Occasions 2.4.10. Lecture in English. Greetings 2.11.6. With Strangers and Friends 2. ※Pre-requisite: Department: Master of Finance in-service only. Textbook 1. In the Sickroom 2.12.1. Program 2. In School 2.8.3. In the Home 2. Meetings and Greetings 2.5. Socializing 134 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.13.7. Lecturer 1.1. Introduction 1.pdffactory.Office of International Affairs. Invitations 2. In Public Places 2. Western Manners 2.9. DATE (1st SUNDAY) WESTERN MANNERS: 1.

France 3. Wine Appreciation 2. Speech and Conversation 7. The Vineyard 1.1. Interview AN INTRODUCTION TO WINE: 1.pdffactory.5.4.5.2. Germany 3. Other European Countries 3. The Grape 1.Office of International Affairs. Gifts 10. Wine Labels 3. The Right Time 5.3. Making Wine 2. Wine Color 2. Dressing 8.3. Entertaining 9. Wine Quality 1. Wine and Food 2. New World Wines DATE (3rd SUNDAY) WESTERN FOOD & BEVERAGES: Alternative A A Hands-On Experience 135 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.1. Addressing People 6. Resume 11.com . Serving and Storage 2. Office Life 4.4. Wine Tasting 2. National Central Univerity 3.2. World Chart 3.3. Wine Regions 3.1.2.

com . White Wine 2. schedule to be announced) 1.5.1.4.2. Red Wine 2. Dinner 136 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. A Shopping Experience at Taiwan Hypermarkets 1. Fortified Wine 3. National Central Univerity (Budget to be discussed and located.4.Office of International Affairs. Non-alcoholic Beverages 1. Sparkling Wine 2. Other Food 1.3. Seafood 1. Wine 2.5. Alcoholic Beverages 2.pdffactory.1. Meat 1.2. An Introduction to Wine through a Conducted Wine Tasting 2.3. Ros&eacute.

Office of International Affairs. we intend to discuss the possible solutions to the above problems based on solid analyses and robust insights.pdffactory. This course is open to the general publics. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of Economics only. for example. Year:Third Year、Fourth Year only. Lecture in English. In the real world. etc. different kinds of businesses constantly face the problems that share common features. or the marketing channels. what kind of products or services should they provide. (4)Faculty: Non-College of Management only. National Central Univerity Semester 2010 Fall Course Code Credit Note EC3031 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Economics Business and Economics Prof. how should they procure their parts. Year:Third Year 、 Fourth Year only. Year:Third Year 、 Fourth Year only. Teng. In addition. In this course. and how businesses obtain their competitive advantages. Year:Third Year、 Fourth Year only. Hsiao-Yun Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. many real world case studies will be added into the discussion in order to facilitate students’ ability of applying economics to the analysis of business operation in the real world.(2)Department:Minor-Economics 、 Double Major-Economics only. (3)Faculty: College of Management only. By way of the discussion on the concepts and principles underlying these business issues. please use your PIN Card. Contents of the course: 137 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. students are expected to have a fundamental understanding of the problems and solutions in the daily operation of the firms. components.com . Course description Purposes of the course: This course is to discuss some fundamental issues related to the business operation based on the economic principles and theories. should they expand their operations to other markets or retire the existing operation from the market.

pdffactory. These chapters are Chapter 2: The Horizontal Boundaries of the Firm: Economies of Scale and Scope Chapter 3: The Vertical Boundaries of the Firm Chapter 4: Organizing Vertical Boundaries: Vertical Integration and Its Alternatives Chapter 5: Diversification 138 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs.com . National Central Univerity Several chapters in the textbook will be chosen as the topics for discussion.

pdffactory. To be arranged Course description 139 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs. Lecture in English. Year: Fourth Year only. National Central Univerity Semester 2010 Fall Course Code Credit Note EC3053 2 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Economics Business Communication in English Prof. Pei-Feng Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class.com . please use your PIN Card. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of Economics only. (3)Faculty: College of Management only. (2)Department:Master of Department of Economics、PhD in Economics only. Jung.

National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall EC5021 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Economics Managerial Economics Prof. Hsiao-Yun Course description Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. The following goals should be accomplished in order to do so. The first goal is to establish economics as a decision-making framework. (2) Type: Master Programs only.pdffactory. The final goal is to acknowledge that at times managers can be boundedly rational. Contents of the course: Chapter 1: Introduction to Managerial Economics Chapter 2: Demand Theory Chapter 3: Consumer Behavior and Rational Choice Chapter 4: Production and Cost Chapter 5: Technological Change and Industrial Innovation Chapter 6: The analysis of Costs Chapter 7: Perfect Competition Chapter 8: Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition Chapter 9: Sophisticated Monopoly Pricing Chapter 10: Oligopoly Chapter 11: Game theory Chapter 12: Risk analysis Chapter 13: Moral Hazard and Principal-Agent Problems 140 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Lecture in English. please use your PIN Card.com . The second goal is to establish the integrative nature of economics because economic models permeate all business disciplines. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Master of Department of Economics only. Teng. and help them to understand how behavior is affected. This course is open to the general publics.Office of International Affairs. Purposes of the course: This course is to help students transfer economic principles to the business world. The third goal is to accomplish the above without sacrificing the formal analysis that underlies rational choice. This course is intended to show students how boundedly rational managers might act.

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Office of International Affairs. Faculty: Non-College of Management only. (5) Type: Master Programs only. Faculty: College of Management only. Yun-Peng Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class.pdffactory. Course description To be arranged 142 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Year:Third Year、Fourth Year only. Faculty: College of Management only. (7) Type: Master Programs only. Year:Third Year、Fourth Year only. (4) Type: Undergraduate 、 Programme only. (6) Type: Undergraduate Programme only. please use your PIN Card. ※Pre-requisite:(1)Department: Department of Economics only. (3)Department:Minor-Economics 、 Double Major-Economics only. Chu.com . Faculty: Non-College of Management only. Year:Third Year、Fourth Year only. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall EC5023 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Economics Economic Development Prof. Year:Third Year Fourth Year only. Lecture in English.(2)Department: Master of Department of Economics only.

The topics selected from Market Leader: Upper Intermediate Business English Course Book can be of interest to students. This is a course devoted to developing students’ Business English skills of listening and speaking. and provide opportunities for group and individual discussions to promote the development of the communication skills which students need to succeed in business. oral presentation.Office of International Affairs. such as note taking. students have the opportunities to express their opinions and interact with each other in the target language. Course description 143 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall HR400 1 0 Department Course Title Teacher Institute of Human Resource Management Business Communication in English Prof. please use your PIN Card. and pair work. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Master of Human Resource Management only. Jung. Pei-Feng Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. Lecture in English.pdffactory.com . Year: First Year only. [Advance Registration] (2)Department Master of Human Resource Management only. group discussion. In class. by taking class activities.

Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. chapter 1 * Video Sample for theatric HRM Week 2 Internal & External Environment Noe. (1995). training. please use your PIN Card. 81(6). 144 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.[Advance Registration] (2)Department:Master of Human Resource Management only. Fang. et al. Lecture in English. All students are expected to read the assignments before coming to the classroom. Year: First Year only.pdffactory. 9(1): 55-72.. The topics will include external and internal environment. et al. compensation system.A. chapter 1& 2 Reading 2: Pfeffer. A 360-degree view of HR workforce. Supplemental: Harlcrow. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall HR600 2 3 Department Course Title Institute of Human Resource Management Human Resource Management Teacher Prof. A. Course Description: This course will cover most areas in human resources management.A. J. 28-32... PART I THE HUMAN RESOURCE ENVIRONMENT Week 1 Introduction & Overview Noe. R. (June 2002).. R.com . (3)Department: PhD in Human Resource Management only. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Master of Human Resource Management only. and some special topics. Theories and practices are equally emphasized in this class. Academy of Management Executive. Producing sustainable competitive advantage through the effective management of people. staffing. Mei-Yu Course description This course is open to both Master and PhD students.Office of International Affairs.

29(4). Personnel Psychology.E. Personality measurement and employment decisions: Questions and answers. chapter 4 Reading13: McCann. et al. R... et al. 15 (3). 145 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.A.pdffactory.. Supplemental:房美玉(民 91) 。人才招募,人力資源管理的十 二堂課。 Week 6 Selection and Placement Noe. Person-organization fit : An integrative review of its conceptualizations.(1996). A. 202-218.L.. Hogan. Organizational Dynamics. and practices in 181 companies. P. R.A. 17(4). National Central Univerity Week 3 The Analysis and Design of Work Noe.com . & Roberts. Supplemental: Sparrow. et al..(1996). chapter 5 Reading20: Kristof. W.(1994). challenges. Supplemental: Pfeffer. work designs and forms of work organization: What is in store for the future of work? Journal of Managerial Psychology.Office of International Affairs. R.Ⅲ. M. Week 4 Class Adjustment AND PREPARATION OF PART II ACQUISITION HUMAN RESOURCES Week 5 Human Resource Planning and Recruitment Noe. & Buckner.. Fighting the war for talents is hazardous to your organization’s health. B. R.A.. J. chapter 6 Readings23: Hogan. New Employees behaviors. Human Resource Planning. (2000). measurement. 248-259. J. Redesigning Work: Motivations. and implications. J.. (2001).

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R. Compensation & Benefits Management. How Deloitte builds global expertise? Workforce. 50-55. pp.(1995).. Supplemental: Kelly. Week 11 Recognizing Individual Contributions with Pay Noe.. 14(1). G.A. et al. P H. & Cook. R.A. Cultural constraints in management theories.(1993).Office of International Affairs. P..com .J. et al. 7(1): 81-94. (2002). 45(5). Runaway incomes at the top. R. PART V SPECIAL TOPICS IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Week 12 Managing Human Resources Globally Noe.J. National Central Univerity Supplemental: Claman.pdffactory. but our compensation programs have not. Supplemental: Kiger. P. (Winter 1998). 1-6.H. P. chapter 15 Readings6: Hofstede. chapter 12 Readings31: Frank.. Academy of Management Executive. * Video: Competing through people: Featuring Southwest Airlines Week 13 Week 14 Week 15 Presentation Theatrical Performance Final Exam 147 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. 62-66. Work has changed. Workspan. (May 2002) Revisiting Maslow.

and referencing *Use a writing process including topic selection and narrowing. gathering information. Faculty: College of Electrical Engineering and Co only. and concluding paragraph *Develop awareness of different kinds of writing patterns including argumentation. Examples of good and bad writing will be presented in class. and revising.drafting. body development. Grammar. please use your PIN Card. specific vocabulary and punctuation will receive special attention.pdffactory. time will be spent on strategies for writing. *Write an effective essay using an introductory paragraph including a thesis statement. compare/contrast and summary 148 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com . body paragraphs supporting the thesis. Additionally. preparing and revising research. using cohesive devices such as connectors.Office of International Affairs. cause/effect. ※Pre-requisite: Type: Doctoral Programme only. Technical Writing for Academic Publishing Teacher: Steve Wallace 2 hours per week Description: This course endeavors to help students publish their papers by eliminating common writing errors made by Taiwanese writers and discusses ways to correct them. organizing and outlining. restatement. After the class students will be able to: *Write an effective paragraph using a topic sentence. reviewing. and conclusion. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall CS4001 2 Department Course Title Teacher College of Electrical Computer Science Engineering and Technical Writing for Academic Publishing Prof. Lecture in English. This is a technical writing class designed specifically for those who are trying to publish papers. Steve Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class.

key terms. and concepts so your reader can understand the experiment. 4) Late assignments are not accepted. A Textbook for Taiwanese Academic Writers Steve Wallace Class Policies: 1) Students who do not show up for class on the day of their project will receive an “F” for that project unless other arrangements have been made with the instructor. Chapter 2 Why is it important? (Introduction part two) Review relevant research to provide rationale. 2) Students who are absent for four class periods will receive an “F” for the course. Students should be able to understand at least 50% of CNN news. Summarize relevant research to provide context.com . Grade Determination: Assignments 20% Attendance. 3) If an assignment is plagiarized it will result in an “F”. an intermediate knowledge of English is necessary. National Central Univerity *Avoid plagiarism when summarizing or using external source *Summarize accurately and appropriately *Exercise control over grammatical accuracy in initial draft and final edits Prerequisites: Because the class is entirely taught in English. Course outline Introduction Section Chapter 1 What is the problem? (Introduction part one) Describe the problem investigated.Office of International Affairs. participation and tests 80% Suggested class size: Less than 30 students. 5) Projects and assignments will be assigned in class. Textbook: How to Write and Submit an Academic Paper in 18 Weeks. 149 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.pdffactory.

subjects. What did you use? (May be subheaded as Materials) Describe what materials. research question. Reagents.com . Describe the process: infinitive of purpose Results Section Chapter 8 What did you observe? For each experiment or procedure: Briefly describe experiment without detail of Methods section (a sentence or two).) Chapter 7 How did you proceed? (Methods part two) Explain the steps you took in your experiment. (These may be subheaded Animals.Office of International Affairs. etc. supported by selected data. Chapter 9 How can you describe quantities using visuals? Highlight figures and tables Discussion Section Chapter 10 150 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. and equipment (chemicals. apparatus. method and reasons for using the method if alternatives exist.) you used. experimental animals. Methods Section Chapter 6 How did you study the problem? (Methods part one) Briefly explain the general type of scientific procedure you used.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Chapter 3 What conflict or unanswered question does your experiment address? (Introduction part three) Identifying and selling the problem Chapter 4 What findings of others are you challenging or extending? (Introduction part four) Being critical and evaluating the contributions of others Chapter 5 What solution do you propose? (Introduction part five) Briefly describe your experiment: hypothesis. Report main results. etc.

Describe what additional research might resolve contradictions or explain exceptions. National Central Univerity What do your observations mean? Summarize the most important findings at the beginning. or exceptions. Give the big picture: do your findings help us understand a broader topic? Trends and Projections Chapter 12 How can you describing causes and effects? Revising Chapter 13 How can you use examples? How to use examples Abstract Chapter 14 What is the report about.com . contradict. Suggest practical applications of your results? Extend your findings to other situations or other species. relationships your results show. Explain how your results relate to expectations and to literature cited in your Introduction.Office of International Affairs. Chapter 11 How do your results fit into a broader context? Suggest the theoretical implications of your results. What conclusions can you draw? For each major result: Describe the patterns.pdffactory. Do they agree. or are they exceptions to the rule? Explain plausibly any agreements. principles. contradictions. in miniature and without specific details? How to write the abstract Citations Chapter 15 How can we write about others who helped us? How to write the references using different citation styles Cover Letter to the Editor 151 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

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PIN Card not required. Algorithm Development – Computer Arithmetic Algorithms ●Number systems ●Arithmetic Functions (Algorithms) ●Floating-point Arithmetic 2. Hardware Implementation ●VLSI Implementation ●PLD and FPGA Implementation ●Testability and Reliability Course description 153 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Chin-Long Their Hardware The 4th Grade Department of Electrical Engineering students can elect this course.pdffactory. Wey.Office of International Affairs.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall EE8039 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Electrical Engineering Algorithms and Implementation Prof. 1. This course is open to the general publics.com . Lecture in English. High-speed Arithmetic operations ●Fast Addition ●High Speed Multiplication/division ●Advanced Arithmetic Algorithms 3.

Internal Sorting 8. Year:Third Year 、 Fourth Year only. [Advance Registration] (2)Department: Department of Computer Science and Elec. Class: B only. Department: Non Department of Computer Science and Elec. Advanced Topics on Search Trees (AVL trees. B-trees) 154 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Lecture in English. Min-Te Science & CE2002B Course Title 3 Teacher Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. National Central Univerity Semester 2010 Fall Course Code Credit Note Department Department of Computer Information Engineering Data Structure Prof. (3)Department:Minor-Computer Science and Information Engineering、Double Major-Computer Science and Information Engineering only. Trees 6. please use your PIN Card. Linked Lists 5. Sun. Stacks and Queues 4. ※Pre-requisite :( 1) Department: Department of Computer Science and Elec. Engineering only. (4)Type: Undergraduate Programme only. Engineering only. Year:Second Year、Third Year、Fourth Year only. Arrays 3.pdffactory. Introduction to C++ and Algorithms 2.Office of International Affairs. Graphs 7.com . Year: Second Year only. Course description 1. Engineering only. Hashing 9. Priority Queues 10.

pdffactory. Course description To be arranged 155 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.PIN Card not required. ※Pre-requisite:(1)Department:Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology、PhD in Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology only.com . Tak-Wai of Network Learning NL6001 Course Title 0 Teacher This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Lecture in English.Office of International Affairs. Year: First Year only. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall Department Graduate Institute Technology Seminar Prof. [Advance Registration] (2)Department:Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology、PhD in Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology only. Chan.

PIN Card not required. ※Pre-requisite: Department:MSc in Computer Science and Information Engineering 、 Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology 、 PhD in Computer Science and Information Engineering、PhD in Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology only. To be arranged Course description 156 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com . Lecture in English.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall Department Graduate Institute Technology of Network Learning NL6011 Course Title 0 Teacher Specail Topics in Learning Technology To be announced This course is open to both Master and PhD students.Office of International Affairs.

PIN Card not required. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall Department Graduate Institute Technology of Network Learning NL6054 Course Title 3 Teacher Learning Collaboration and Creativity Prof.Office of International Affairs. ※Pre-requisite:(1)Department:Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology、PhD in Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology only.0: Design Patterns and Business Models for the Next Generation of Software” • Creating Creativity: Innovation User Interfaces for Supporting • All I Really Need to Know (About Creative Thinking) I Learned (By Studying How Children Learn) in Kindergarten* • Beyond Binary Choices: Integrating Individual and Social Creativity • Exploring Mutual Engagement in Creative Collaborations • Spinning stories: the development of the small histories project as an online facilitator of multiple life stories • Surprising creativity: a cognitive framework for interactive exhibits designed for children • An In-depth Case Study of Art-Technology Collaboration 157 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Chen-Chung This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Course description • • • • • Learning: From Speculation to Science Constructivist values for instructional system design Situated Cognition and the Culture of Learning Connectivism: A learning theory for the digital age Beyond the ownership of handheld devices: active learning with ubiquitous learning minds • Learner centered education: a series of papers • CSILE/Knowledge Forum • “What Is Web 2. (2) Type:Master Programs、Doctoral Programme only. Liu. Faculty: College of Electrical Engineering and Co only.pdffactory. Year:Third Year、Fourth Year only.com .(3) Type: Undergraduate Programme only. Lecture in English.

WiMAX 5.pdffactory. (2) Type:Master Programs、Doctoral Programme only. Introduction Network Protocol Medium Access Control OSI 7-Layer Architecture BISDN and ATM Wireless 2. Huang.11) & QOS issues 4. WirelessLAN(802. ATM ATM Layer AAL ATM Lan Emulation 3.Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity Semester 2010Fall Course Code Credit Note NL6057 3 Department Course Title Teacher Graduate Institute Technology of Network Learning Broadband Wireless Network Prof. Lecture in English. Wu-Yuin This course is open to both Master and PhD students.PIN Card not required. Bluetooth Course description 158 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. ※Pre-requisite:(1)Department:Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology、PhD in Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology only.com . 1.

Exact Imagination and Distributed Creativity: A Lesson 159 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Motivation and creativity 9-2. Remembering and Bridging 6-1. The case study method and evolving systems approach for understanding unique creative people at work 5-2.pdffactory. Introduction to the course. Experimental studies of creativity 4-2. The Concept of creativity: Prospects and paradigms 2-2. Chen-Chung This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Creating Creativity: User Interfaces for Supporting Innovation 3-1. Syllabus: 2-1. Beyond Binary Choices: Integrating Individual and Social Creativity 4-1. Psychometric approaches to the study of human creativity 3-2. An In-depth Case Study of Art-Technology Collaboration 8-1. Lecture in English.Office of International Affairs. Group Creativity in Virtual Math Teams: Interactional Mechanisms for Referencing. (2) Type:Master Programs、Doctoral Programme only.PIN Card not required. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall Department Graduate Institute Technology of Network Learning NL6063 Course Title 3 Teacher Creativity Support Tools Prof. Using Empathy to Research Creativity: Collaborative investigations into distributed digital textile art and design practice 9-1. Performative Roles of Materiality for Collective Creativity 10-1. Liu. Computer models of creativity 10-2. Creativity and intelligence 8-2. Creative cognition 6-2. Creativity and knowledge 7-2. Propagating Collaboration: An instructional methodology for artists and engineers 7-1. ※Pre-requisite:(1)Department:Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology、PhD in Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology only.com . Environments for Creativity – A Lab for Making Things 5-1.

National Central Univerity from the History of Animation 11-1.com . Tool Support for Creativity Using Externalizations 12-1. Special reading of Creativity and Cognition 2009 (4) 160 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Special reading of Creativity and Cognition 2009 (1) 14. Special reading of Creativity and Cognition 2009 (3) 16.Office of International Affairs. Designing for collaborative creative problem solving 13. Special reading of Creativity and Cognition 2009 (2) 15.pdffactory. Enhancing creativity 11-2. Development of creativity 12-2.

※Pre-requisite:(1)Department:Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology、PhD in Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology only. (2)Faculty: only. prototyping and the evaluation of user-centred applications.PIN Card not required. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall Department Graduate Institute Technology Interaction Design Prof. User-Centred Design Documentation for User-Centred Design Evaluation of Interaction Design Course description 161 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs. There are three components to this module: 1. Principles of Interaction Design Introduction to Interaction Design Principles Usability and Credibility of Interaction Design Application Framework of Interaction Design Human Factors in Interaction Design 2. Chen of Network Learning NL7021 Course Title 3 Teacher This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Interaction Design Techniques Authoring Tools for Prototyping Multimedia Interaction Design Interactive Interface Design Individualised Interaction Design 3. The aim of this module is to: to stimulate candidates’ creativity and improve the application of decision-making in conceptual design.com . Sherry Y.pdffactory. Lecture in English.

Course description 162 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.PIN Card not required.Office of International Affairs. This course is open to the general publics.com . Lecture in English. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall Department Graduate Institute Technology of Network Learning NL7023 Course Title 3 Teacher Design and Applications of Digital Classrooms Prof. To be arranged.pdffactory. Tak-Wai This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Chan.

Timothy K.(3)Department:Minor Computer Science and Information Engineering、Double Major-Computer Science and Information Engineering only. MPEG-7 and Beyond 163 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Lecture in English.com .(2)Department:MSc in Computer Science and Information Engineering Institute of Software Engineering PhD 、 、 in Computer Science and Information Engineering only. Course description Overview of Multimedia Technologies -Introduction to Multimedia -Multimedia Authoring and Tools Multimedia Data Representations -Graphics and Image Data Representations -Color in Image and Video -Fundamental Concepts in Video Multimedia Data Compression -Lossless Compression Algorithms -Lossy Compression Algorithms -Image Compression Standards -Basic Video Compression Techniques MPEG Video Coding -MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 -MPEG-4. Shih For junior and senior students too. please use your PIN Card. Engineering only. (4) Type: Undergraduate Programme only.Office of International Affairs. Year:Third Year、Fourth Year only. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of Computer Science and Elec. Year:Third Year、Fourth Year only.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SE6025 3 Department Course Title Teacher Graduate Institute Technology of Network Learning Multimedia Technologies and Applications Prof.Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. Year:Third Year、Fourth Year only.

pdffactory. National Central Univerity Image/Video Enhancement and Restoration Image/Video Analysis Applications of Image and Video Processing (Research Issues) -Content-Based Multimedia Information Retrieval -Image Inpainting -Video Inpainting -3-D Surface Inpainting 164 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs.com .

com . (3)Department:Minor-Computer Science and Information Engineering、Double Major-Computer Science and Information Engineering only. Lecture in English. Timothy K.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Year:Third Year 、 Fourth Year only. please use your PIN Card.Office of International Affairs.pdffactory. Shih For junior and senior students too. (2)Type: Undergraduate Programme only.Students who are NOT in the prior range of distribution OR those applying for already-full class. (4) Type: Undergraduate Programme only. Year:Third Year、Fourth Year only. Department: Department of Computer Science and Elec. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SE6026 3 Department Course Title Teacher Graduate Institute Technology of Network Learning e-Learning Standards and Software Systems Prof. ※Pre-requisite:(1)Department:MSc in Computer Science and Information Engineering Institute of Software Engineering PhD 、 、 in Computer Science and Information Engineering only. Engineering only. Course description Overview of Distance Learning Technologies Asynchronized Distance Learning Synchronized Distance Learning Distance Learning Software Systems Distance Learning Standards Project Overview Learning Object Repositories Intelligent Tutoring and Adaptive Testing Selected Topics for e-Learning Technologies Project Demonstrations 165 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

[Advance Registration] Oral Presentation discussion Course description 166 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. ※Pre-requisite: Department: PhD in Atmospheric Physics only. Ching-Yuang PIN Card not required. Lecture in English.com .pdffactory. Year: First Year only. Huang.Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall AP8003 1 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Atmospheric Sciences Seminar Prof.

Year: Second Year only. ※Pre-requisite: Department: PhD in Atmospheric Physics only.com . National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall AP8007 1 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Atmospheric Sciences Seminar Ⅱ Prof.pdffactory. Ming-Cheng PIN Card not required.Office of International Affairs. [Advance Registration] Oral Presentation discussion Course description 167 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Yen. Lecture in English.

(2)Department: Specialty Program-Earth Sciences Informatics only. Konstantinou PIN Card not required. Taylor‘s polynomial and series. I. Interpolating polynomial. Boundary value problems for ODEs.Office of International Affairs. Lecture in English. Calculus review and computer arithmetic. (3)Department: Non-Department of Geophysics only. Linear equations. K. Numerical integration and differentiation. Systems of nonlinear equations. Solution of algebraic equations. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall GP3053 3 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Earth Sciences Numerical Analysis Prof. Splines and other approximations. Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations (ODE). ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: Department of Geophysics only. Course description 168 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors.com .pdffactory.

I. Konstantinou PIN Card not required. ※Pre-requisite: Department: Department of Geophysics only. Lecture in English. To be arranged.pdffactory.com . K. Year: Fourth Year only. Course description 169 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. National Central Univerity Semester 2010 Fall Course Code Credit Note GP4097 L 1 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Earth Sciences Special Topics in Earth Science Prof.Office of International Affairs.

Eruption products.Office of International Affairs. Mt St Helens-USA 1980 AD) Course description 170 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Krakatau-Indonesia 1883 AD. Vesuvius-Italy 79 AD. Study of historical eruptions (Santorini-Greece 1620 BC. Review of Plate Tectonics.PIN Card not required. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Faculty: College of Earth Sciences only. Konstantinou GP5051 Course Title 2 Teacher This course is open to both Master and PhD students. I. Volcano monitoring/Volcano seismology. Volcano hazards. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall Department Department of Earth Sciences Volcanology Prof. Physical/chemical properties of magmas. Lecture in English. (2)Faculty: Non-College of Earth Sciences only.pdffactory.com . K. Anatomy of volcanoes and volcano types. Mechanics of volcanic eruptions and eruption types. Mt Pelee-Martinique 1902 AD.

Furthermore. strong ground motion forecast. the Philippine Sea slab (warm) and the North American slab. focusing mostly on Japanese islands where the seismicity is extremely high and cause huge damage to people and societies. Lecture in English.PIN Card not required. (2) Type: Undergraduate Programme only. urban area mapping of surface structures.pdffactory. under these new endeavors. There are three tectonic slab subducting beneath the Japanese islands: the Pacific slab (cold). Since the 1995 Kobe earthquake. ※Pre-requisite:(1) Type:Master Programs、Doctoral Programme only.0) occurred on Japanese islands and had caused considerable damage to the societies. survey improvement and further enhancement on earthquake research.Office of International Affairs. recent observations indicate high seismic activity in the region and had triggered a controversial argument that the present situation could be an indication of preseismic stage prior to a large subduction earthquake(s). and investigations of tsunamis hazards were undertaken. Ando Masataka GP5055 Course Title 2 Teacher This course is open to both Master and PhD students. The current observation systems in Japan were significantly improved after the 1995 Kobe earthquake. Syllabus : This course will mainly deal with earthquake mechanisms and their seismotectonic interpretations. This course is open to the general publics. This particular event had impacted the Japanese society gravely and had prompted a nationwide effort for building reinforcement. eight (8) destructive earthquakes (Mw6. active fault surveys. The course would also discuss the national earthquake 171 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com . The differences in the age and convergence rate of slab causes different mode of earthquakes in the subduction areas as recorded and observed in various geophysical networks.6 – 8. Accordingly. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall Department Department of Earth Sciences Seismotectonics and Seismic Observations aiong the Japan Islands Prof.

Critical review of the project would also be presented during the course. Historical and future earthquakes along Nankai trough: comparison with cold slab (Japan and Mariana trench) subductions 8.com . Asperities: distribution and nature revealed by analyses from recent earthquakes 4.Earthquake prediction program in Japan: history and present status 12. its contents and knowledge has changed significantly through the years. recurrence time and forecasting 9. Tectonics along Japanese islands: Hokkaido.Disaster mitigation programs in Japan 11. As a matter of fact. Seismic and geodetic observation systems: present status and data acquisition techniques 7. Following is the course tentative schedule: 1. and since then it has been renewed every 5 years. Outline of seismicity along Japanese islands 3. National Central Univerity prediction program of Japan: The program had started in 1965. The 1995 Mw6. Kyushu and Okinawa 2. Recent inter. Honshu. damage and impacts to societies 6. Slow events: slow slips.Office of International Affairs. slow earthquakes and microtremors 5. Seafloor geodesy: Ocean bottom crustal deformation observation system 172 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.and intra-plate earthquakes in Japan 10. Active faults: distribution.9 Kobe (Hyogo-ken Nanbu) earthquake: mechanism.pdffactory.

Prof.Roda de Isabena tel: +34 974 544 528 Sunday 29 Agust .nabarre) Monday 30 August . Mayor.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall Department Department of Earth Sciences Advanced Geology Field Excursion Prof.taceous-Paleogene series . Chung-Pai GP5057 Course Title 2 Teacher This course is open to both Master and PhD students.Pobla de Segur conglomerate 173 Course description PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. ZIM. Preliminary schedule Field trip Pyr&eacute.Introduction to Pyr&eacute.com .an geology .es UPMC-NCU Master 2 LBP 2010 Sat.Roda sandstone – deltaic deposition .Campo section Paleocene-Eocene Transition and climate record . Pin Card is required during Registration Period.Cross-section ZSP. s/n. 22482 . 28 August Arrival Toulouse Blagnac . Lecture in English. Hung.Logging in foreland Upper Cr&eacute.Panorama Graus basin (B&eacute. ※Pre-requisite: Department:MSc in Geophysics 、 PhD in Geophysics only. ZNP. Jin-Hao.n&eacute. Spain) Meson de Roda Pza.n&eacute. Chang. ZA Overnight Roda de Isabena (Lerida.No Advance Registration.Office of International Affairs.

Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity questions and tectono-sedimentary evolution Tuesday 31 August .Mediano anticline Overnight Alquezar (Huesca.Panorama sur Bassin de Jaca (col de Montrepos) Saturday 4 September Flight back to Paris – visiting Paris Reception at UPMC Flight back to Taiwan Sunday 174 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Brittle deformation and growth strata in the Pico del Aguila anticline .pdffactory.com .Comiols – Boixols thrust Wednesday 1st September (transfert) .Log. C-Paleogene-Guara .Overview of Ainsa basin .Sierra de Guara Friday 3 September .Panorama Lutetian carbonaceous plateform .Biescas-Broto (turbidites Hecho Group) . Espagne) Thrusday 2 September .

Wen.Office of International Affairs. Lecture in English. ※Pre-requisite: Department: PhD in Geophysics only.com . Kuo-Liang GP8001 Course Title 1 Teacher PIN Card not required.pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall Department Department of Earth Sciences Seminar III Prof. Oral Presentation discussion Course description 175 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.

com .pdffactory. Konstantinou. K. Lecture in English. I. How-Wei GP8045 Course Title 1 Teacher PIN Card not required. Chen.Office of International Affairs. Prof. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall Department Department of Earth Sciences Seminar Ⅳ (Geology) Prof. Oral Presentation discussion Course description 176 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. ※Pre-requisite: Department: PhD in Geophysics only.

pdffactory. Prof.com . Shu-Kun. Oral Presentation discussion 177 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs. Lecture in English. Kuo-Fong PIN Card not required. Ma. National Central Univerity Semester 2010 Fall Course Code Credit Note Course description GP8047 1 Department Course Title Teacher Department of Earth Sciences Seminar Ⅳ (Geophysics) Prof. ※Pre-requisite: Department: PhD in Geophysics only. Hsu.

Office of International Affairs. Graduate Institute of Space Science Electromagnetic Wave Prof. Course description 178 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.com .pdffactory. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SS6012 3 Department Course Title Teacher To be arranged. Lung-Chih PIN Card not required. Tsai. Lecture in English.

and VHF) of the ionosphere Space-based GPS receivers ITS30. The definition of the ionosphere and its structure Plasma properties of the ionosphere The Appleton formula Formation of the ionosphere Radio sounding (MH. HF.com . Tsai. COSMIC beacon receivers Course description 179 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Lung-Chih No Advance Registration. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SS7002 3 Department Course Title Teacher Graduate Institute of Space Science Special Theory in Signal Processing Prof. Lecture in English. Pin Card is required during Registration Period.pdffactory.Office of International Affairs.

(3)Department: Non-PhD in Space Sciences only.pdffactory. ※Pre-requisite :( 1) Department: PhD in Space Sciences only. Year: First Year only. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall SS8031 3 Department Course Title Teacher Graduate Institute of Space Science Special Topics on Ionospheric Physics Ⅰ Prof. Jann-Yeng PIN Card not required. Liu. Lecture in English. [Advance Registration](2)Department: PhD in Space Sciences only.com . Year: Non-First Year only. To be arranged. Course description 180 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.Office of International Affairs.

181 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Lecture in English.pdffactory. Chao. Year: First Year only. G. Graduate Program for Earth System Science only. Course description To be arranged.Office of International Affairs. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit 2010 Fall ES7001 3 Department Course Title Teacher International PhD Program for College of Earth Sciences Introductory Earth System Science Prof. T.com . Benjamin Fong Prof.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Academia Sinica. Wong. (3) Type:Master Programs、Doctoral Programme only. F Note Classroom:Room 207.D. Sui. Teaching and Administration Building.PIN Card not required. Graduate Program for Earth System Science only. Chung-Hsiung Prof.D. ※Pre-requisite :( 1) Department: International Ph. [Advance Registration] (2)Department: International Ph.

※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: International Ph. Academia Sinica 2. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit 2010 Fall ES7005 3 Department Course Title Teacher International PhD Program for College of Earth Sciences General Geophysics Prof. Graduate Program for Earth System Science only. Kuo. Course description To be arranged. Ban-Yuan Note 1.3.D. 182 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.PIN Card not required.pdffactory. Shu-Kun. Lecture in English. IES.Office of International Affairs.Classroom:Room 314.Must select two courses out of the following three:General Geophysics (ES7005)、Global Seismology(ES7002)、Geology and Tectonics (ES7004). Benjamin Fong. Prof. Hsu. Prof.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Chao. (2)Type:Master Programs、Doctoral Programme only. Pre-session: General Physics.com .

Academia Sinica. (2)Type:Master Programs、Doctoral Programme only. Wong.Office of International Affairs. Course description To be arranged.com . ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: International Ph.Graduate Program for Earth System Science only. F Classroom:Room 1101. G. Lecture in English. South Humanities and Social Sciences Building.D.pdffactory. T. 183 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.This course is open to both Master and PhD students.PIN Card not required. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall ES7007 3 Department Course Title Teacher International PhD Program for College of Earth Sciences Physical Oceanography Prof.

Lecture in English.Office of International Affairs. 184 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Specific Subject Requirements:e 先修(修過即可)ES7004 only.pdffactory.com . Lee. Specific Subject Requirements:e 先修(修過即可)ES7004 only. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall ES7009 2 Department Course Title Teacher International PhD Program for College of Earth Sciences Tectonic Geomorphology Prof. (2) Type:Master Programs 、 Doctoral Programme only. Academia Sinica..PIN Card not required. Course description To be arranged. Graduate Program for Earth System Science only.D.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. IES. ※Pre-requisite : (1)Department: International Ph. Jian-Cheng Classroom:Room 314.

Graduate Program for Earth System Science only.pdffactory.Office of International Affairs. G. Ho. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit 2010 Fall ES7011 3 Department Course Title Teacher International PhD Program for College of Earth Sciences Marine Biogeochemistry Prof. T.PIN Card not required. Kao. Course description To be arranged. Prerequisite: One year of freshman chemistry for science major or equivalent. Lecture in English. 185 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. (2)Type:Master Programs、Doctoral Programme only.com . Wong. Academia Sinica.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Shih-Chieh Prof. Tung-Yuan Prof.D. Hsu. Shuh-Ji Prof. South Humanities and Social Sciences Building. F Note Classroom:Room 1101. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: International Ph.

urbanization. South Humanities and Social Sciences Building. Faculty: Course description College of Earth Sciences only.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Mao-Chang Classroom:Room 1101. [Advance Registration] (2) Type:Master Programs、Doctoral Programme only.com . Week 1:Start from next week Week 2: Big Bang and Cosmology Week 3: Star formation Week 4: Nucleosynthesis: Formation of heavy elements Week 5: Planetary system formation Week 6: Astrochemistry: Synthesis of organics Week 7: The structure of solid Earth Week 8: Mantle convection and plate tectonics Week 9: Plate tectonics and rare metals Week 10: Review and midterm report Week 11: The vast ocean Week 12: Physical oceanography Week 13: Marine biogeochemistry Week 14: The structure of the atmosphere Week 15: Meteorological atmosphere Week 16: Pollution: Industrial revolution.pdffactory..Office of International Affairs. and globalization Week 17: Global warming Week 18: Review and final report 186 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www. Liang. Lecture in English.PIN Card not required. Graduate Program for Earth System Science only. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: International Ph. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall ES7013 1 Department Course Title Teacher International PhD Program for College of Earth Sciences Seminar Prof.D. Academia Sinica.

Shaw-Chen Classroom:Room 1101. Graduate Program for Earth System Science only. South Humanities and Social Sciences Building. 2. (2)Type:Master Programs、Doctoral Programme only.com . National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall ES7017 3 Department Course Title Teacher International PhD Program for College of Earth Sciences Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Changes Prof. Course description To be arranged 187 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.pdffactory.Office of International Affairs. Academia Sinica.D.This course is open to both Master and PhD students. Liu. Must select two courses out of the following three Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Changes、 Atmospheric Dynamics、Aerosols and Air Pollution. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department:International Ph. Lecture in English.PIN Card not required.

Tung-Yuan Prof. Academia Sinica.Office of International Affairs. Prof. Fuh-Kwo Classroom:Room 1101. Lecture in English. Kao. Ho.pdffactory.This course is open to both Master and PhD students.PIN Card not required. South Humanities and Social Sciences Building. Wong. Course description To be arranged 188 PDF created with pdfFactory Pro trial version www.D. Prof. T. F. ※Pre-requisite: (1) Department: International Ph. Graduate Program for Earth System Science only. G. (2)Type:Master Programs、Doctoral Programme only. Shiao. National Central Univerity Semester Course Code Credit Note 2010 Fall ES7019 3 Department Course Title Teacher International PhD Program for College of Earth Sciences Marine Biogeochemistry Laboratory Prof.com . Shuh-Ji.

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