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《TAIPEI TIMES》 NCCU partners on chip research center in Czech Republic


From left, Representative to the Czech Republic Ke Liang-ruey, National Science and Technology Council Minister Wu Tsung-tsong, National Chengchi University president Li Tsai-yen, Charles University rector Milena Kralickova, Czech Chamber of Deputies Speaker Marketa Pekarova Adamova and Czech Senate President Milos Vystrcil pose for a photograph during the inauguration of the Supply Chain Resilience Center in Prague on Friday.
Photo courtesy of the National Science and Technology Council

From left, Representative to the Czech Republic Ke Liang-ruey, National Science and Technology Council Minister Wu Tsung-tsong, National Chengchi University president Li Tsai-yen, Charles University rector Milena Kralickova, Czech Chamber of Deputies Speaker Marketa Pekarova Adamova and Czech Senate President Milos Vystrcil pose for a photograph during the inauguration of the Supply Chain Resilience Center in Prague on Friday. Photo courtesy of the National Science and Technology Council

2023/11/26 03:00

/ Staff writer, with CNA

National Chengchi University (NCCU) has set up a research center in the Czech Republic to explore supply chain resilience and semiconductor development, the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) said yesterday.

The Supply Chain Resilience Center was created in collaboration with Prague-based Charles University and inaugurated by NCCU president Li Tsai-yen (李蔡彥) and Charles University rector Milena Kralickova at a ceremony on Friday, the council said in a news release.

The ceremony was witnessed by Czech Senate President Milos Vystrcil and NSTC Minister Wu Tsung-tsong (吳政忠), who is leading a delegation on a trip to Europe, the council said.

Taiwan and the Czech Republic have a lot to learn from each other, most notably in the field of semiconductors, Vystrcil said, lauding the continuing cooperation between the two sides.

In addition to the semiconductor industry, generative artificial intelligence (AI) also plays an important role, Wu said, adding that Taiwan has already begun to promote the development of chip-based generative AI applications in several fields.

Taiwan would be happy to share experience and cooperate with the Czech Republic, he said, expressing hope that scientific and technological cooperation between the two countries be further promoted.

A Charles University release said that the center is part of a so-called “multiproject” in which Taipei is supporting the development of the semiconductor environment in the Czech Republic.

Through the center, the two universities would be exploring the capacity of chip manufacturing and its sustainability, including its impact on the environment and climate in general, the release said.

新聞來源:TAIPEI TIMES

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