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Introduction

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Introduction

Information about the Department of Mold and Die Engineering

A hearty welcome to the Department of Mold and Die Engineering!
Established in 1970, our department, a unique department among the whole universities in Taiwan, started from five years junior college, promoted into four years undergraduate program in 1998 and began to set up graduate programs in 2002. Currently, the 660 full-time undergraduate students and 130 graduate students receive the personal attention of 26 full-time professors and one full-time lecturers.


High-quality research develops the faculty’s intellectual skills and benefits the students in the lecture hall and laboratory. Our full-time faculties are very active in research and have published over 100 technical papers in the past five years. They perform research in injection mold flow, mechanisms, biomechanics, heat transfer, metal forming, materials science, and manufacturing.
The department offers graduate programs for full-time study as well as part-time which is suitable for practicing engineers. Most of our graduate courses are offered in the day, and it is possible to obtain an MS degree completely on weekends. Full-time graduate students are required to perform research and write a thesis for their Master’s degree. The department has significantly increased financial support for all our eligible international students by offering tuition fees and free dormitory.


Our graduates are actively recruited by some of the best companies in Taiwan, including Foxconn Technology Group, Foxlink, ASUS and other mold and die design companies. 
Welcome to visit our department on the web. I would also like to invite you to physically visit the beautiful Chen-Chin Lake, near our campus.

Herchang Ay, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair
Department of Mold and Die Engineering
TEL: +886-7-38145263ex5400 
Email: 
herchang@cc.kuas.edu.tw

Brief Introduction of the Department of Mold and Die Engineering

The department has been conferred the responsibility to help upgrade the national mold and die level and manufacturing technology. To these ends, besides providing engineering education to undergraduates, a Graduate Institute started to offer Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees in 2002 and 2007, respectively. The department now educates an average of 150 undergraduate students annually and has over 60 graduate students performing research in the mold and die technology. Currently, the department has 29 active faculty members. Recent research areas are grouped into six divisions, namely: Mold and Die Group, Manufacturing Group, Material science Group, Solid Mechanics Group, Thermal Fluid Group, Energy and Biomechanics Group.

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