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Date: 2017/11/14

Four NTU Graduate Students Receive the 2017 TIEEE Best Thesis Award

Congratulations to four NTU graduate students majoring in communication and electronics engineering for winning the 2017 TIEEE Best Doctoral/Master’s Thesis Award. The four students and their award winning theses are listed below:

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Department/Institute: Graduate Institute of Communication Engineering
Student: Mei-Ju Shih (施美如)
Advisor: Prof. Hung Yu Wei (魏宏宇)
Award: Best Doctoral Thesis Award (Honorable Mention)
Thesis Title: Cellular Resource Management for Three Internet-of-Things Scenarios: Energy-Harvesting, Low-Cost & Mission-Critical, and Proximity-Based

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Department/Institute: Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering
Student: I-Hsieh Wong (翁翊軒)
Advisor: Prof. Chee Wee Liu (劉致為)
Award: Best Doctoral Thesis Award (Honorable Mention)
Thesis Title: Fabrication and Characterization of Planar and Gate-all-around Germanium Channel MOSFETs

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Department/Institute: Graduate Institute of Communication Engineering
Student: Chia-Chun Hsu (徐嘉駿)
Advisor: Prof. Jian-Jiun Ding (丁建均)
Award: Best Master’s Thesis Award (Excellence)
Thesis Title: Advanced Light Field Image Acquiring, Deblurring, and Interpolation Techniques

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Department/Institute: Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering
Student: Shyh-Ming Shan (山仕明)
Advisor: Prof. An-Yeu Wu (吳安宇)
Award: Best Master’s Thesis Award (Honorable Mention)
Thesis Title: Robust PPG-based Artial Fibrillation Detection with Applications to Fast Screening and Long-term Monitoring

  • Congratulations to four NTU graduate students majoring in communication and electronics engineering for winning the 2017 TIEEE Best Doctoral/Master’s Thesis Award.

    Congratulations to four NTU graduate students majoring in communication and electronics engineering for winning the 2017 TIEEE Best Doctoral/Master’s Thesis Award.

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