Director Kuo-Ning Chiang of NCHC won the 2010 Outstanding Research Award of National Science Council
Director Kuo-Ning Chiang of NCHC is currently the Distinguished Professor at the Department of Power Mechanical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University. When teaching and doing research in the National Tsing Hua University, Director Chiang won the Outstanding Research Awards of National Science Council from 2003 to 2006 for his excellent work on the study of micro-electronic packaging, electronic component simulation analysis, and a reliability evaluation theory and verification. The winning of the 2010 Outstanding Research Award of National Science Council is recognition of Prof. Chiang for his years of devotion to academic research and the collaboration between academia and industry.
To encourage and reward scientific and technological talents who have outstanding achievements, those who are devoted to academic or industrial applications study for years, and those who promote a high level of academic research and the international academic status of Taiwan, the National Science Council annually openly selects scientific and technological talents to grant the Outstanding Research Award. This award is regarded as a grand event and the competition is quite fierce. Since February 2010, based on the solid foundation of the NCHC’s past, Director Chiang has been actively leading NCHC to become the soft power focused high-performance computing center that has excellent services and outstanding R&D achievements. Moreover, Director Chiang still continues the academic study and helps improve the industrial competitiveness of Taiwan. Director Chiang not only successfully promotes the research and development services of the NCHC, but also effectively combines fundamental theory and design with simulation analysis expertise through his extraordinary perseverance and time management skills. He will continue to make contribution to the improvement of Taiwan’s academic study and international academic status.