國立陽明交通大學生醫光電研究所 誠徵專任助理教授(含)以上教師一名

國立陽明交通大學生醫光電研究所 誠徵專任助理教授(含)以上教師一名

一、應徵資格1.學歷:具教育部認可之國內外大學博士學位2.專精領域: 包含(但不限於)生醫光電、智慧與精準醫療等相關領域3.條件:(1)具備獨立研究能力並有研究成果發表於國際期刊(2)具教學熱忱,能參與系上教學與服務(3)具備英語授課能力(4)具團隊合作精神,能參與整合型研究計畫 二、應徵資料 (請掃描成電子檔)1.個人履歷(需註明中文姓名)2.學經歷證書影本(如已具教育部訂證書請檢附影本,如為國外學歴者,必須加蓋經我國駐當地國之駐外單位驗證戳記)3.著作目錄及最近五年代表著作抽印本(影本)4.未來擬從事與生醫光電領域相關之研究計畫5.可開授課程之教學計劃及相關教學經驗6.其他有助於申請之資料(如成績單ヽ得獎或專利等等)7.推薦函至少二封(内含推薦者姓名地址電話及E-mail address)◎請注意:a、上述資料,請申請人合成pdf檔,以申請人姓名為檔名。b、申請人對上傳資料有確實申報之責切勿造假,本所將逐一核對論文發表資訊之正確性。c、必要時本所將請申請人提供書面資料。三、申請方式:應徵者個人資料以PDF檔上傳至https://reurl.cc/pWgE44 ,推薦函可上傳或請推薦人直接email或郵寄至本所,本所收件後一週內會以email通知。聯絡電話:(02)2820-4624傳真:(02)2823-5460網址: https://bioph.nycu.edu.tw/E-mail: biophotonics@ym.edu.tw地址:11221 臺北市北投區立農街二段155號新聘教師遴選委員會       (傳統醫學大樓甲棟6樓608室)四ヽ截止日期自即日起至111年3月31日 本所收件經審查後,將另行通知合適者面試。

徵才訊息 / 2022-01-22
 The International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly for 2022

The International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly for 2022

Press release – 3 December 2021 We need more basic sciences to achieve Agenda 2030 and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals. This is the message sent to the world by the United Nations General Assembly on 2 December 2021: Member States approved by consensus the resolution 76/A/L.12 promulgating the year 2022 as the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD2022).With this resolution, the United Nations General Assembly ‘invites all [its] Member States, organizations of the United Nations system and other global, regional and subregional organizations, as well as other relevant stakeholders, including academia, civil society, inter alia, international and national nongovernmental organizations, individuals and the private sector, to observe and raise awareness of the importance of basic sciences for sustainable development, in accordance with national priorities’.The United Nations General Assembly motivated its decision with ‘the high value for humankind of basic sciences’, and with the fact that ‘enhanced global awareness of, and increased education in, the basic sciences is vital to attain sustainable development and to improve the quality of life for people all over the world’. It also stressed that ‘basic sciences and emerging technologies respond to the needs of humankind by providing access to information and increasing the health and well-being of individuals, communities, and societies’. The successes and difficulties of the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic have been for two years a stark reminder of this importance of basic sciences, such as (but not limited to) biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and anthropology.The vote is the result of the mobilization of the international scientific community, led since 2017 by the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), CERN (The European Laboratory for Particle Physics), and 26 other international scientific unions and research organizations from different parts of the world, under the auspices of UNESCO. Over 90 national and international science academies, learned societies, scientific networks, research and education centers are also supporting this initiative. They will organize events and activities all over the planet during this special year, to showcase and improve the links between basic sciences and the 17 SDGs.The resolution was proposed to the United Nations General Assembly by Honduras, and co-sponsored by 36 other countries. Its vote confirms resolution 40/C 76 adopted unanimously by UNESCO General Conference, 25 November 2019.The International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD2022) will be officially inaugurated with an opening conference 30 June - 1 July 2022 at UNESCO headquarters in Paris. Events and activities will be organized around the world until 30 June 2023.Contacts:Michel Spiro, president of the Steering Committee for IYBSSD2022 – michel.spiro@iybssd2022.org Luc Allemand, secretary general of IYBSSD2022 - luc.allemand@iybssd2022.org
學會公告 / 2021-12-09
 Early Career Prizes in Semiconductor Physics awarded by the IUPAP C8 Commission on Semiconductors

Early Career Prizes in Semiconductor Physics awarded by the IUPAP C8 Commission on Semiconductors

Nominations are sought for the Early Career Prizes (previously Young Scientist Prizes) in Semiconductor Physics awarded by the IUPAP C8 Commission on Semiconductors. Two prizes are awarded biennially for outstanding contributions to semiconductor physics and its applications made by early career scientists with a maximum of 8 years of research experience (excluding career interruption) following the award of the PhD. The 8-year restriction will be measured based on the application deadline of Dec. 31, 2021. The prizes will be awarded during the 35 th International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors (ICPS), which is to be held in Sydney, Australia from June 26 to July 1, 2022. The Prizes include commemorative IUPAP medals and 1000 Euros each and invited oral presentations at ICPS 2022.

Nomination procedure (also found at: https://www.iupap.org)

Nominees for the Early Career Prizes must be nominated by a senior member of the research community. Self-nominations are not accepted. A nomination for the prizes must contain the followings.
• A cover letter of not more than 1000 words by the nominator evaluating the nominee’s contributions to semiconductor physics and identifying the specific work to be recognized (up to 4 publications).
• A citation for the prize (not more than 25 words).
• A short CV of the nominee (not more than 3 pages).
• A list of publications.
• Two additional letters of endorsement of the nomination, at least one of which is not from a former supervisor of the nominee.

The nomination must be prepared in English and combined into a single consolidated PDF file, which is to be sent as an email attachment to the IUPAP-C8 Commission secretary at: gplatero@icmm.csic.es, with a copy to the Commission Chair at: ydkim@khu.ac.kr.

The deadline for submissions of nominations is December 31, 2021.

Selection procedure 

The winners of the competition will be selected by the members of the IUPAP C8 Commission.

Previous Winners

2020 Cheng Gong & Michael Saliba                           
2018 Heejun Yang & Jean-Christophe Blancon
2016 Kimberly Dick Thelander & Samuel Stranks     
2014 Xiaodong Xu & Rahul Nair
2012 Alberto Amo & Young Woo Son                         
2010 Pablo Jarillo-Herrero & Yuanbo Zhang
2008 Lieven Vandersypen
活動資訊 / 2021-11-23
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