Communication&Signal Processing

Digital communication laboratory 

Ext. 6266

Person in charge: Ching-Hsiang Tseng 

Field: Communication and Signal Processing 

Research areas: nonlinear signal processing, nonlinear system identification, high-order statistical signal processing, software-defined radio, attitude recognition technology, underwater acoustic wave communication, inkjet printing technology.

Location: EE2-513 

Lab Introduction: RF signal generator, spectrum analyzer, arbitrary function generator, colorimeter, multi-channel data logger,

Digital signal processor development system, FPGA development system.

Statistical signal processing laboratory 

Location: EE2-515 

Ext. 6258

Person in charge: Hsien-Seng Hung 

Field: Communication and Signal Processing 

Research areas: 

1. Signal detection technology for wireless communication.

2. Beamforming technology for underwater communication.

3. Equalization technology for underwater communication.

4. Passive sonar and radar position estimation and tracking.

Laboratory equipment: one logic analyzer, one oscilloscope and wave generator, two power supplies, three sets of Texas Instruments-digital signal processing cards (TMS320C32), color printers and laser printers. One multi-function machine, eight PCs, one digital camera, NI PXI-8102 RT host, NI PXI-6366 (DAQ card)

Underwater communication laboratory 

Location: EE1-105

Person in charge: Ching-Hsiang Tseng 

Field: Communication and Signal Processing 

Research areas: nonlinear signal processing, nonlinear system identification, high-order statistical signal processing, software-defined radio, attitude recognition technology, underwater acoustic wave communication, inkjet printing technology.

Laboratory equipment: RF signal generator, spectrum analyzer, arbitrary function generator, colorimeter, multi-channel data logger, digital signal processor development system, FPGA development system.

Communication System Chip Design Lab 

Location: EE1-616  

Ext. 6240 

Person in charge: Chin-Feng Lin 

Field: Communication and Signal Processing 

Lab Introduction: The Mobile Medical Information Laboratory is conducted by Assoc. Professor Lin Jinfeng from the Department of Electrical Engineering. It was established in the August of 1993 and formerly known as the Communication System Wafer Design Laboratory. The research focuses on wireless multimedia communication, low-power communication, baseband chip design and wafer. More recently, our research focus has directed toward the field of mobile medical information and biomedical signal processing (chaotic encryption and Hilbert Huangsheng Medical Signal Time and Frequency), subsequently the Lab was changed to Mobile Medical Information Laboratory in the October of 1999.

Laboratory equipment: two PXA300 embedded platforms, one microprocessor development system, one audio-visual communication transmission platform, one audio-visual communication receiving platform, one microcomputer sensing experimental device, one multifunctional physiological measuring device, and an electrocardiogram One machine, one ECG signal generator, two RF modulators, one set of time-frequency analysis development software, one set of signal analysis software, multiple PCs, and one laser printer

Wireless communication laboratory 

Field: Communication and Signal Processing 

Location: EE2-420 

Ext. 6227 

Person in charge: Hoang-Yang Lu 

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Control

Nonlinear control laboratory 

Location: EE2-413 

Ext.6256 

Person in charge: Chih-Yung Cheng 

Field: Control 

Laboratory Introduction: The Nonlinear Control Laboratory was established in the Department of Electrical Engineering of the National Taiwan Ocean University. The main research areas are robust and nonlinear control, and the related theories apply to the control of computer peripheral systems and robots.

Robust control laboratory 

Location: EE2-415 

Ext. 6222 

Person in charge: Chee-Fai Yung 

Field: Control 

Network control laboratory 

Location: EE2-617 

Ext.6272 

Person in charge: Jenq-Lang Wu 

Field: Control 

Lab Introduction: This lab focuses on the design of network controllers for multi-packet transmission, network controller design with low data throughput, and wireless network control systems.

At present, the main research directions are divided into:

(1) Network control system

(2) Simultaneous control of nonlinear systems

(3) Switching control system

(4) Maglev system

Laboratory equipment: personal computer, DC brushless motor control module, DC power supply, digital signal processing DSP Starter Kit (including wafer foot), six-five 18-way spider robot, oscilloscope, electromagnetic wave detector, Gauss Table, sheet metal bending machine eddy current displacement meter, data acquisition module, signal generator, embedded controller, linear actuator, IC burner cylindrical voice coil motor module, ultrasonic monitoring module System PTZ, data capture card

Laboratory equipment: motor control module, DSP, Zigbee communication module, personal computer, circuit board engraving machine, high speed camera, FPGA, Android smart phone, two-wheel differential mobile platform, four-axis aircraft, BIOLOID robot.

Information Technology 

Embedded and automated lab 

Location: EE1-501 

Ext. 6228

Person in charge: Mu-Der Jeng 

Field: Information Technology 

Lab Introduction: The embedded system market has become one of the key development industries in the country. It is driven by consumer electronics and network communication products and in recent years has developed rapidly and has a wide range of applications, including smart phones, satellite navigation systems, mobile multimedia systems, e-books, digital cameras, Game machines, mobile medical instruments and small robots. The embedded operating systems play a key role in reducing power consumption, improving efficiency and supporting hardware, and are an important part of system design. It is the main goal of this lab. to cultivate talents with practical capability, innovative design and integration of software and hardware in the embedded operating system.

SoftComputing Lab 

Location: EE1-503 

Ext. 6229

Person in charge: Wang Jung-Hua 

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Field: Information Technology 

Established in 1992, originally known as “Neural Networks Lab” and in 1999 adopted the current name. Software computing is an emerging approach to computing which parallels the remarkable ability of the human mind to reason and learn in an environment of uncertainty and imprecision. (Several well-known techniques are: Neural Networks, Fuzzy Theory, Genetic Algorithms). Image processing deals with the improvement of pictorial information for human interpretation, and processing of scene data for autonomous machine perception. Pattern recognition — the act of taking in raw data and making an action based on the “category” of the pattern — has been Crucial for our survival, and over the past tens of millions of years we have evolved highly sophisticated neural and cognitive systems for such tasks. SCIP stands for Soft Computing and Image Processing.

Soft computing is an emerging approach to computing which parallels the remarkable ability of the human mind to reason and learn in an environment of uncertainty and imprecision. (Several well-known techniques are: Neural Networks, Fuzzy Theory, Genetic Algorithms).Image processing deals with the improvement of pictorial information for human interpretation, and processing of scene data for autonomous machine perception.Pattern recognition — the act of taking in raw data and making an action based on the “category” of the pattern — has been crucial for our survival, and over the past tens of millions of years we have evolved highly sophisticated neural and cognitive systems for such tasks.SCIP stands for Soft Computing and Image Processing.Established in 1992, originally known as “Neural Networks Lab”.In 1999 changed to its current name.)

Smart Computing and Human-Computer Interaction Lab 

Location: EE1-405 

Ext. 6245

Person in charge: Yi-Zeng Hsieh 

Field: Information Technology 

Introduction to the laboratory: In the vast science and vast scientific and technological giants, with the most modest research attitude and the spirit of human care, I hope to do my best to study the love of the earth.

Parallel processing laboratory 

Location: EE1-403 

Ext. 6244 

Person in charge: Shao-Wei Leu 

Field: Information Technology 

AI Laboratory (Departmental AI Research Center)

Location: EE2-613
Ext.: 6229 Field: Information Technology
Lab Introduction: AI (Artificial intelligence) is mainly researching how to use the functions of computers to perform tasks that must be performed by humans. To put it simply, the process of human intelligenceis carried out by computing machines that are trained to act similar to human beings. The machine has the ability to learn, reason, make decisions and handle natural language processing.

Equipment: 12 high-performance GPU computers and NAS data server

Person in charge: Jung-Hua Wang

Smart Life Technology Lab

Location: EE1-505
Ext.: 6206
Field: Information Technology
Lab Introduction: Combining technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Computer Vision, and Internet of Things (IoT) to create automated systems to solve real-life problems. Research goal: Using computer vision and  IoT sensing technology to collect the required information,in conjunction with the mechanism of self-learning of artificial intelligence algorithms, to provide automated solutions for various problems  

Person in charge: Donglin Lee   

Solid State Electronics 

Lithography Laboratory 

Location: EE1-106

Ext. 6248

Person in charge: Wen-Shiung Lour 

Field: Solid State Electronics 
Introduction to the laboratory: Emphasis on the experimental class to strengthen students’ ability to execute practical implementation. Through participating in research projects, the students may learn how to conceive, analyze, judge, design, simulate and other steps to cultivate independent thinking, research planning and innovative design. Basic knowledge, experimental ability, ability to innovate thinking for intensive training.

Laboratory short-term goals: the laboratory hopes to focus on practical, research and teaching, so that students can acquire the skills and expertise of current and future electrical-related industry needs.

laboratory long-term goal: to cultivate professional talents with international vision, and hopes to cooperate with the needs of national economic development and industrial construction to cultivate international competitiveness.

Laboratory equipment: high temperature crystal growth furnace, electrodeless plating system, semiconductor analyzer, electrochemical analyzer, temperature control hydrogen measurement system, thermal evaporation machine, IV measuring instrument, exposure machine, spin coating machine, etching station, Soft and hard ovens.

Underwater technology laboratory 

Field: Solid State Electronics 

Location: EE1-107 

Ext. 6223

Person in charge: Chung-Cheng Chang 

Nano-micro-integrated sensing component laboratory 

Person in charge: Chung-Cheng Chang 

Related association 

Field: Solid State Electronics 

Location: EE1-304 

Ext.6223 

Microwave laboratory 

Location: EE1-301 

Ext. 6224

Person in charge: Jiunn-Jye Chang 

Field: Radio waves 

Laboratory Introduction: This laboratory was established in 1992. It is engaged in (1) research on the guided wave characteristics of transmission line structures (including microstrip lines and coplanar transmission lines, etc.), (2) design and fabrication of microwave circuits, and (3) Microwave optics research.

Laboratory equipment: network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, signal generators, noise meters, personal computers, circuit board engravers, simulation, design and layout software.

Analog integrated circuit design laboratory 

Field: Solid State Electronics 

Location: EE2-307A  

Ext. 6214 

Person in charge: Mei-Ling Yeh 

Laboratory Introduction: The laboratory was established in 1997 and dedicated to power management IC design, radio frequency IC design and analog IC design. The guiding professor is Dr. Ye Meiling. Currently, the laboratory members include doctoral students and master students. Designed to simulate the wafer through the National Chip System Design Center (CIC), to Taiwan Integrated Circuits Corporation (TSMC) for wafer fabrication, and to learn measurement technology to gain practical experience.

The research direction is: 

1. Power Management Integrated Circuit Design: Switching Buck Regulator, Switching Boost Regulator

2. RF integrated circuit design: Transmitter and Receiver integrated circuit design, including low noise amplifier (LNA), voltage controlled oscillator (VCO), mixer (Mixer) and other circuits

3. Analog-integrated circuit design: Class-D Power Amplifier, Frequency Synthesizer

Micro-optical electromechanical technology laboratory 

Field: Solid State Electronics 

Location: EE2-411

Extension: 6267 

Person in charge: Ho Jyh-Jier 

Semiconductor laboratory 

Location: EE2-517 

Extension: 6265 

Person in charge: Wen-Shiung Lour 

Field: Solid State Electronics 

Introduction to the laboratory: Emphasis on the experimental class to strengthen students’ ability to do practically. Students hope to participate in research projects, learn how to conceive, analyze, judge, design, simulate and other steps to cultivate independent thinking, research planning and innovative design. Basic knowledge, experimental ability, ability to innovate thinking for intensive training, laboratory short-term goals, the laboratory hopes to focus on practical, research and teaching, so that students can acquire the skills and expertise of current and future motor-related industry needs, experiment With the long-term goal of the laboratory, the laboratory aims to cultivate professional talents with international vision, and hopes to cooperate with the needs of national economic development and industrial construction to cultivate international competitiveness.

Laboratory equipment: high temperature crystal growth furnace, electrodeless plating system, semiconductor analyzer, electrochemical analyzer, temperature control hydrogen measurement system, hot evaporation machine, IV measuring instrument, exposure machine, spin coating machine, etching table, soft oven, hard oven.

Radio waves 

Electrophysics laboratory 

Location: EE1-516  

Ext. 6243 

Person in charge: Kwong-Kau Tiong  

Field: Radio waves 

Introduction to the laboratory: The laboratory conducts research on microwave antenna design and measurement. The research areas are in the design, analysis, fabrication, measurement and other characteristics of linearly and circularly polarized antenna field, gain and so on. We trained students through a combination of academic theory and practical training in an attempt to provide the basic qualities of the talents required by the industry after graduation.

Electromagnetic laboratory 

Location: EE2-416 

Extension: 6238 

Person in charge: J. H. Lin 

Field: Radio waves 

Lab Introduction: This lab is designed to study electromagnetic phenomena and develop fast and accurate algorithms to handle many extremely complex electromagnetic problems with computers. Electromagnetic simulation (EM Simulations) plays an important role in many fields, such as electromagnetic phenomena of microwave integrated circuits (MICs), remote sensing (Remote Sensing), electromagnetic interference (EMI), and radar cross-sectional area (RCS, Radar Cross). -Section) analysis, antenna design and application, microwave imaging and ultrasonic imaging, etc. The research field of this laboratory: Inverse Scattering, Integral Equation, Finite Difference Method, Fast Algorithms, Parallel Processing.

The characteristics of this laboratory: Before developing an effective algorithm, we must fully understand the characteristics of the electromagnetic problem to be solved, and need relevant knowledge such as electromagnetics, physics, mathematics, programming language, etc., in order to solve the problem smoothly.

Microwave telemetry laboratory 

Field: Radio waves 

Location: EE2-615 

Ext. 6263 

Person in charge: Tzong-Dar Wu 

Electric power 

Power service laboratory 

Location: EE1-620 

Ext. 6269

Person in charge: Tai-Ken Lu 

Field: Electric power 

Application control laboratory 

Research area: Control 

Location: EE2-307B 

Ext. 6247 (分機:6247)

Person in charge: Cheng-Kai Lin