LAB

  • Lithosphere - Atmosphere - Space Coupling Laboratory

    Lithosphere - Atmosphere - Space Coupling Laboratory

    Lithosphere - Atmosphere - Space Coupling Laboratory

    The main research of this laboratory focus on several topics:ionospheric earthquake precursors and coseismic effect studies due to crustal changes, atmospheric disturbances, GNSS observation of ionospheric plasma.There is a wide range of research topics. The interested students are welcome to join us!
  • Advanced Nano-Optics Lab

    Advanced Nano-Optics Lab

    Advanced Nano-Optics Lab

    Our laboratory is engaged in the research of various optical signal conversion mechanisms, including the study of molecular reaction dynamics and the high-sensitivity surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) detection technology on photonic materials. In terms of biological applications, it combines targeted optical imaging diagnosis and cancer treatment applications.
  • Plasma Science Laboratory

    Plasma Science Laboratory

    Plasma Science Laboratory

    Magnetized Plasma eXperiment (MPX). Taiwan first magnetized plasma experimental device. 40cm diameter, 1.5 m length, 5 magnetic coils with maximum magnetic field of 2 kG, a 30 kW, 2.45GHz magnetron for electron heating.
  • Taiwan ERG Data Center

    Taiwan ERG Data Center

    Taiwan ERG Data Center

    The LEP‐e instrument is an analyzer which enables the ERG satellite to observe the energy distribution and density of low energy electrons surrounding the Earth.
  • Space Plasma Operation Chamber

    Space Plasma Operation Chamber

    Space Plasma Operation Chamber

    SPOC (2 M in diameter and 3 M in length) can provide a vaccum condition of 10^-8 torr and can provide plasma condition similar to the ionospheric environment.
  • Pulsed-Plasma Laboratory

    Pulsed-Plasma Laboratory

    Pulsed-Plasma Laboratory

    Pulsed-plasma laboratory is (1) experimentally studying laboratory astrophysics and space science, (2) developing the EUV light source using discharged produced plasma for EUV lithography, and (3) working on magnetized target fusion as the energy source.
  • Taiwan BT&D² Team

    Taiwan BT&D² Team

    Taiwan BT&D² Team

    Taiwan BT&D² Team at NCKU is a multidisciplinary and international team specializing in developing and applying technology in development of drugs, neutraceuticals and cosmeceuticals for prevention and treatments of diseases, including cancers, infectious diseases, chronic diseases and metabolic syndrome disease.
  • Marine Biology and Cetacean Research Center

    Marine Biology and Cetacean Research Center

    Marine Biology and Cetacean Research Center

    The main goal of Marine Biology and Cetacean Research Center at NCKU is for rescuing the live stranded cetacean or managing the dead stranded cetacean event in Taiwan. For the live stranding, we first have to collaborate with the Coast Guard Administration and deal with the dolphin on site.
  • Control-Aging-Sleep-Emotion (CASE) LAB

    Control-Aging-Sleep-Emotion (CASE) LAB

    Control-Aging-Sleep-Emotion (CASE) LAB

    Our research topics:1.The mechanism of attentional shifting of executive function;2.The source of function loss from multiple task;3.Electrophysiological study of attention control in aging brain;4.Neuropsychology;5.Clinical Psychology;6.other topics:Aging and cognition, neurofeedback and health promte, predicting cognitive aging and mental resilience by machine learning.
  • Lab of Molecular Genetics

    Lab of Molecular Genetics

    Lab of Molecular Genetics

    Lab of Molecular Genetics (MG Lab) led by Prof. Tzong-Yueh Chen mainly focuses on the research of viruses that cause high mortality in marine cultivated fish species, from virus structure analysis, fish epidemiology to host immune mechanism, with industrial applications, to overcome the bottleneck of aquaculture.
  • Lab of Developmental Technology

    Lab of Developmental Technology

    Lab of Developmental Technology

    There are several features making Drosophila as a feasible model system to study human diseases. First, it is a genetically tractable organism with sophisticated tools to test genes’ functions. More importantly, nearly 75% of human disease genes have a Drosophila homologue and the conservation in signaling pathways provide promising approaches to test or design new drugs.
  • Prof. Hong Hwa Chen's Lab

    Prof. Hong Hwa Chen's Lab

    Prof. Hong Hwa Chen's Lab

    Orchids are insect-pollinated flowers. The floral morphology, flower color, and floral fragrance of orchids play important roles in the evolution of orchids, and they are also the focus of our laboratory. Our main research direction orchid genomics and the study of functional genomics for floral morphology, flower color, and floral fragrance.  Recently, genomic big data analysis is also applied to orchid research.