The Si-based CMOS Technology and solid-state chemical sensors project is dedicated to advancing silicon-based CMOS technology and sophisticated solid-state chemical sensors. This initiative involves the exploration and development of integrated circuits as well as innovative solid-state chemical sensors, with a primary focus on utilizing silicon as a foundational material for electronic devices or introducing new sensitive film materials and device structures. Participants in this project will have the unique opportunity to actively contribute to cutting-edge research in semiconductor technology or chemical sensor development.

Scholarship Opportunities:
There are limited scholarships available for eligible participants. These scholarships will cover a portion of the project expenses, and selection will be based on academic merit and potential contribution to the project. Detailed information on scholarship criteria and the application process will be provided upon acceptance into the program.

Participants are exempt from any fees related to the project, covering tuition, laboratory materials, and any additional charges (excluding food and accommodation arrangements).

Accommodation Arrangements:
Accommodation will be arranged for participants in close proximity to the research facility. Options include shared housing with necessary amenities. Details on accommodation costs, facilities, and specific arrangements will be provided to participants upon acceptance into the program.

The Si-based CMOS Technology and solid-state chemical sensors project constitute a comprehensive program lasting a minimum of three months. The detailed schedule encompasses specific research milestones, collaborative activities, and skill-building sessions. Participants are expected to dedicate themselves full-time to the project throughout the specified dates.

Participation Requirements:
Eligible participants should possess a background in electrical engineering, materials science, chemical or biochemical engineering, or a related field. Proficiency in relevant programming languages and prior experience in semiconductor technology, chemical processes, or biochemical engineering will be advantageous. Strong communication skills are also expected, as collaboration and knowledge-sharing are essential for the project's success.

Other Important Notes:
Stringent adherence to health and safety guidelines is maintained within the research facility. Participants are recommended to bring their laptops equipped with essential software tools. Cultural orientation sessions will be offered to facilitate a seamless transition for participants from diverse backgrounds.

  • Field: Engineering
  • School: Chang Gung University
  • Organizer: Department of electronics engineering
  • Period of Apply: 2024/03/01 - 2024/06/30
  • Term: 2024/05/01 - 2024/10/31
  • Fee: Application fee, airline ticket fee, accommodation fee
  • Contact Person:Tung-Ming Pan
  • Phone:+886-3-211-8800 Ext. 3349