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Introduction to the Electrical Machine Design and Driving Industrial Masters Program

Electrical Machine Design and Driving Industrial Master Program

Nurturing high-level domestic motor design and driving research talent

Through combining NCKU’s comprehensive educational resources and support from industry experts, the program aims to nurture that talents that industry needs.

Under the “Spin in” method, an excellent space for experimentation and learning is provided.

Talent development goals
Learning at the core
In-depth education aimed at pushing the boundaries of electrical machine industry development
Combining theory with practice
Focus is put on the integration of academic theory and real-world practicality, and implemented on current industry applications
Industry-relevant ability
Domestic motor industry expertise is integrated within the program so as to better match the needs of industry, and establish necessary motor design and production abilities.
Innovation and Creativity
Digging deep into motor-related technologies, innovative mechatronic systems are developed
Professor Tsai Mi-Ching (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Control and Driving)
Professor Hsieh Min-Fu (Department of Electrical Engineering, Design and Analysis)
Educator Qualifications
With the expertise of our personnel, we aim to nurture the motor industry experts of tomorrow, planting the roots of core motor technologies.
Elective courses provided:30
Experts on call:25
Industry consultants:7
Primary features of the program
Electrical Machine Design and Driving Industrial Masters Program (Focus, Expertise, Ability)
EMDD Industrial Masters Program
Focus is put on motor-related industries
Motor design and material analysis
Motor driving and control
Hands-on training
Motor design and materials application
Motor driving and control applications
Regular Meetings
Aside from meetings with advisors, regular progress checkups are held by the EMTRC
Advisor pool
Professors from motor field-related colleges and departments
Assisting Personnel
Masters- and Doctorate-level assistant team
Management method
Student-exclusive office and experimental spaces