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Scholarships and Good Jobs Offered to International Students Graduating from AU.

Scholarships and Good Jobs Offered to International Students Graduating from AU---

Full scholarships from top-ranked PhD programs and key positions from high-tech companies are offered to international students graduating from Semiconductor Industrial Technology Program of AU

Full scholarships from top-ranked PhD programs and key position employment from high-tech companies offered to international students who graduated from the Semiconductor Industrial Technology Program of Asia University.

 
       Full scholarships from top-ranked PhD programs and key position employment from high-tech companies are offered to international students who graduated from the Semiconductor Industrial Technology Program of Asia University (AU) this year.

  Five international graduate students are offered employment by the renowned high-tech companies in Taiwan and in America even before their graduation this year. Among them, Anil Kumar from India wins an offer from the Exilant Technologies in Silicon Valley as a programmer analyst. Also from India as well, Hema EP and Vivek will join the Amazing Microelectronic Corp. and Nuvoton Technology Corp. respectively, while Aryadeep is recruited by both the Taiwan Semiconductor Corp. (TSC) and the Maxchip Electronics Corp. 

      Hema EP, Aryadeep and Vivek are also accepted by the PhD Program in Computer Science and Engineering of National Chiao-Tung University (NCTU) with full scholarships. Erry, a student from Indonesia, won full scholarships from three programs: the Institute of Nano Engineering and MicroSystems (iNEMS) of National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), the PhD Program for International Students at NCTU, and the Academic Sinica Research Program.

 Together these five recent graduates from AU have published 12 papers in international journals and completed two patent applications. In particular, a research paper by Anil Kumar, titled “Experiment Results of Nanoimprint Technology,” profiled in the world-famous CSTIC 2014 Conference in Shanghai this year, has been invited for publication which will be co-authored with Professor H.K. Taylor from UC at Berkeley.

     Professor G. Sheu, director of the AU Semiconductor Industrial Technology Program, indicates that the 45 international students who graduated from the program in the past four years have demonstrated outstanding achievements in both research and in career development. For one, Anemeha from India, a 2012 graduate, won the “Special Contribution Award” from the R & D department of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). Hutomo Suryo Wasisto from Indonesia, a 2010 graduate, who went to Germany for advanced research program after graduation, won the EU MEMS Young Scientist Award in 2012. Hutomo’s papers have been widely cited by the research industry, and even used as teaching materials in MIT.

 Professor Sheu emphasized that the program and its research outcomes are really outstanding achievements of AU, which lead Taiwan universities in the virtual semiconductor fabrication research area. 

 

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