YunTech Makes Accomplishments at the 28th Malaysia International Invention Innovation & Technology E
Post Department:Office of Research and Development      Post Date:2017-03-14  

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The 28th Malaysia International Invention Innovation & Technology Exhibition (ITEX) took place from May 12th to 14th in the year of 2016 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia. The 2 entries from YunTech won 2 silver awards, showing the R&D power of YunTech.


The first silver-awarded invention, “An Image-based Seismic Damage Assessment System,” was invented by students Wu Chon-chi, Chang Han-wen, Hsieh Hen-chi, Li Kuan-yi, Chen Ro-wan and Li Wei-chi under the instruction of Associate Professor Chu Tsung-hsien from the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering. The invention adopts image processing techniques to detect indoor situations after earthquakes. The detection rate of 97.6% accuracy is consistent with the Mercalli Intensity Scale. The second silver-awarded invention, “Efficiency Improvement of Silicon Solar Cells Integrated with Silicon-Germanium Structure,” was invented by students Chang Bai-rung and Huang Chen-chin under the instruction of Associate Professor Lin Jian-yang from the Department of Electronic Engineering. The invention helps monocrystalline silicon and polycrystalline silicon solar cells achieve a further 10-15% efficiency when applied to them.


The research power of YunTech has showed itself in several important competitions and events. In recent years, YunTech has worked hard in cooperating with the industrial sector and in cultivating students with practical experiences in order to create new products needed for the industrial field.