ˇ@

Listing

Total

Domestic

International

Significant1

Citations2

Technology
Transfer

Published Articles

Journals

105ˇ@

ˇ@

105ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

Conferences

150+ˇ@

100+ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

Technology Reports

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

Patents

Pending

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@-

ˇ@

ˇ@

Granted

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@-

ˇ@

ˇ@

Copyrighted Inventions

Item

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

Workshops/Conferences3

Item

9ˇ@

ˇ@

8

ˇ@

ˇ@








ˇ@








Participants

~600ˇ@

ˇ@ˇ@

~600ˇ@

ˇ@

Training Courses
ˇ]Workshops/Conferencesˇ^

Hours

10ˇ@

10ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

Participants

~30ˇ@

~30ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

Personal Achievements

Honors/ Awards4

25ˇ@

18

7ˇ@

ˇ@

Keynotes Given
by PIs

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

Editor for Journals

20ˇ@

ˇ@

20ˇ@

ˇ@

Technology Transfers

Item

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

Licensing Fee

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

Royalty

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

Industry Standards5

Item

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

Technological Services6

Item

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

-

-

-

Service Fee

ˇ@

ˇ@

ˇ@

-

-

-

  1. Indicate the number of items that are significant. The criterion for ˇ§significantˇ¨ is defined by the PIs of the program. For example, it may refer to Top journals (i.e., those with impact factors in the upper 15%) in the area of research, or conferences that are very selective in accepting submitted papers (i.e., at an acceptance rate no greater than 30%). Please specify the criteria in Appendix IV.
  2. Indicate the number of citations. The criterion for ˇ§citationsˇ¨ refers to citations by other research teams, i.e., exclude self-citations.
  3. Refers to the workshop and conferences hosted by the program.
  4. Includes Laureate of Nobel Prize, Member of Academia Sinica or equivalent, fellow of major international academic societies, etc.
  5. Refers to industry standards approved by national or international standardization parties that are proposed by PIs of the program.
  6. Refers to research outcomes used to provide technological services, including research and educational programs, to other ministries of the government or professional societies.
 
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II. Basic Information of the Program
III. List of Works, Expenditures, Manpower, and Matching Supports from the Participating Institutesˇ]Reality).
IV. Statistics on Research Outcome of this Program
V. Executive Summary on Research Outcomes of this Program