The Graduate Institute of Communication Engineering (GICE) of National Taiwan University (NTU) was founded on August 1, 1997. Flourishing under the free and open style of study at National Taiwan University, GICE has Taiwan’s finest and world-class faculty members, students, and environment. Our faculties’ outstanding research performances made GICE internationally well-known and significantly influential. Of the 46 full and part time faculty members, 19 GICE professors have received the Distinguished Research Award from the Ministry of Science and Technology. 9 professors are Distinguished Ministry of Science and Technology Fellows. In addition, 5 professors have been awarded with National Forum by the Ministry of Education and 6 professors have been awarded with IEEE Distinguished Lecturer. Among our faculties, 16 professors are IEEE Fellows, these numbers account for about one third of the professors of GICE. With this high number and ratio of awarded teachers, GICE is in the leading position in Taiwan and abroad.
GICE comprised of two groups, the “Electromagnetics Group” and the “Communication and Signal Processing Group”. The main researches of Electromagnetics Group include Antennas, Microwave and Millimeter-wave Circuit Designs, Electronic Packaging and Signal Integrity Designs, and etc. The Electromagnetics Group has the best research team in related fields nationally and internationally, and has distinguished performance on major international electromagnetics journals, such as IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques. GICE’s number of publications and citations on IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques have ranked number 1 among international universities in consecutive years from 2006-2013. The research results of the team also won the Best Paper Award in IEEE Transactions on Advanced Packaging in 2009 and 2010.
Communication and Signal Processing Group, which was the first academic group in Taiwan, engaged in the research of communication and signal processing. The researches include Wireless Communication, Digital Signal Processing, Optical Communication, and Communication System and Networking. The research achievements have repeatedly approved by international awards, such as 2008 IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology Best Paper Award, 2014 IEEE Jack Neubauer Memorial Award, etc. GICE is responsible to be the leader in education and research in the communication
engineering field in Taiwan, and aims to become the international pioneer in innovative communication engineering. Our goal is to nurture creative and confident talent with international perspectives. GICE will continue to provide the best research environment and professional curriculums to be the leader in communication engineering technical development in Taiwan and internationally. We sincerely welcome all elites in the communication engineering field to join us for a broaden future.https://comm.ntu.edu.tw/new/