The mission of the College of Engineering is to provide an environment where education and research can complement and enhance one another. We strive to provide the highest quality of education by constantly improving course curricula, cultivating both fundamentals and specializations, promoting ethics and social responsibility, as well as enhancing international vision and leadership, to produce outstanding engineers and researchers who can tackle the demands of national infrastructure and technology advancement.
In research, we are dedicated to developing engineering-related fields, emphasizing both basic and applied research, and strengthening collaboration with industry to enhance both quantity and quality of research, in order for each of the College's academic fields to meet world-class standards as well as domestic leadership.
The research highlights of the College of Engineering include: Research and development in solar energy materials (Dep. Chemical Engineering and Dep. Mat. Sci. and Eng.), Innovative 2-D atomic materials (Dep. Mat. Sci. and Eng.), Innovative Experimental Techniques and Scientific Computational Methods for Geotechnical and Structural Engineering (Dep. Civil Engineering), The basic technology of transportation system electrification (Dep. Mechanical Engineering), Green Production Technology for the Future Chemical Engineering (Dep. Chemical Engineering), Wind Energy (Dep. Eng. Sci. & Ocean Eng.), Integrated Research on Key Technologies of Submarine (Dep. Eng. Sci. & Ocean Eng.), Molecular Modeling for the Development of New Materials with Novel Electrical, Optical and Biocompatible Properties (Dep. Mat. Sci. and Eng.), Synthesis of Nanoparticles and Novel Structures for Electro-Optical Applications (Dep. Mat. Sci. and Eng.), Monitoring, Control and Evaluation of Environmental Hormone (Inst. Environmental Eng.), Smart Sensor System for Future Life Applications (Inst. Applied Mechanics), Non-invasive Diagnostic Techniques for Cancers and Diabetic Foot Microcirculation (Inst. Applied Mechanics), Stem cells and regenerative medicine (Inst. Biomedical Eng.), Biomaterials in Artificial Organs and Drug Delivery System (Inst. Biomedical Eng.), Advanced Optoelectronic Polymers and Nanotechnology (Inst. Polymer Sci. and Eng.). In addition, we go hand in hand with the project of strengthening the basic technological development in the area of industries set by Executive Yuan and promote the electric urban transport system technology to develop electric vehicles.