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NCTU decided many years ago to develop its biomedical engineering program, based upon an existing solid foundation in electronics and close relations with the electronics industry. Recently, development has accelerated. A new interdisciplinary BioICT building (Xianqi building) is currently under construction. It is hoped that such will be another step forward in the domestic development of biomedical engineering. Since biomedical engineering relies on people with clinical backgrounds to describe clinical needs, and requires a combination of skills from all areas of science and engineering to develop useful biomedical products, combining skills from academia and industry is needed. Our institute accepts students from a variety of backgrounds. We combine the extensive resources available at the university in terms of engineering and science, in both teaching and research. A large of variety of courses are offered in order to encourage breadth of knowledge and to develop biomedical engineering leaders with interdisciplinary skills.
Students are individually recruited to the program. Administrative tasks are handled by the College of Electrical and Computer Engineering. In 2015, students enter as part of the following concentrations.

1.Biomedical informatics
2.Biomedical electronics and photonics
3.Biomedical applications


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