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Congratulations to Dr. Yen-Liang Yin, the founder of Taiwan Chapter of International Academy of Engineering and Dr. Jiun-Jih Miau, who were awarded the honorary doctorates of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences. PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 18 September 2019 12:55

On September 12, 2019, the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (SBRAS) voted to grant the honorary doctorate of Dr. Yen-Liang Yin, the vice president of International Academy of Engineering (IAE) and the founder of Taiwan Chapter of International Academy of Engineering (TCIAE). This is the highest award for outstanding foreigners of Siberian branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (SBRAS). This is also the first time that SBRAS confers honorary doctorate to professors in Asia.

Over the past decades, Dr. Yin has dedicated himself to re-thinking traditional construction methods and developing comprehensive building construction technologies. He has also garnered for Taiwan international recognition in the construction technology field.

Apart from Dr. Yin, four outstanding scholars with different expertise also received an honorary doctoral degree from the SB RAS: professor Jiun-Jih Miau in the field of mechanics, distinguished professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, the member of TCIAE. Prof. Badarchiin Biaambaa (agricultural science), academician of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Vladimir Vitalievich Azarenko (agricultural science), academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Prof. Henrikh Fyolk (physics) from Germany, and Miao Yijun (mechanics). We hereby express our congratulations and share their glory.

Set up by the government, the RAS is a huge institute headquartered in Moscow, with three branches operating independently in different locations: the Siberian Branch, the Far East Branch and the Ural Branch. Founded in 1957, the administrative center of the Siberian Branch is situated in Novosibirsk and comprises 9 science centers, 75 research organizations and nearly 9,000 researchers. To increase the collaborations on technological research between Taiwan and Siberia, in 2007, the Ministry of Science and Technology in Taiwan signed a contract with the Siberia Branch to support bilateral research projects and further interactions between both sides.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 September 2019 13:01
 
RAE and the IAE decided to create two more orders in honor of Dr. Samuel Yin, founder of the Tang Prize Foundation and the first vice president of the IAE, and Mr. Boris Evgenievich Paton, the legendary Ukrainian scientist, honorary president of the IAE and president of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 12 July 2019 12:50

Professor B.V. Gusev, president of the RAE, announced that in addition to the order of “Engineering Fame,” this year, the RAE and the IAE decided to create two more orders in honor of Dr. Samuel Yin, founder of the Tang Prize Foundation and the first vice president of the IAE, and Mr. Boris Evgenievich Paton, the legendary Ukrainian scientist, honorary president of the IAE and president of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Claiming 566 patents for his inventions in the field of building construction technology, Dr. Yin is especially lauded for developing an efficient and precise method for constructing earthquake-resistant structures, and Mr. Paton, who turned 100 in 2018, is a world-renowned figure in the field of welding, metallurgy, and technology of materials and material science. The “International Engineering Academy Star of Fame” order, with Dr. Yin’s portrait inlaid in the center and the Chinese characters of the Tang Prize in the background, was presented by Professor Gusev and accepted by Dr. Jenn-Chuan Chern, president of Taiwan Chapter of International Academy of Engineering (TCIAE) and CEO of the Tang Prize Foundation, on behalf of Dr. Yin. As a token of recognition of the Tang Prize ethos “for the betterment of the world,” it can be awarded to scientists of outstanding achievements in engineering.

The “International Engineering Academy Star of Fame” order is with Dr. Yin’s portrait inlaid in the center and the Chinese characters of the Tang Prize in the background.

Last Updated on Friday, 12 July 2019 14:42
 
The executive supervisor of TCIAE, Professor Chang Kuo-chun, from the Department of Civil Engineering of National Taiwan University, led a Taiwanese delegation to St. Petersburg to attend the 16th Seismic Conference and the 13th Russian National Earthquake Engineering Conference PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 10 July 2019 18:37

The 16th World Conference on Seismic Isolation, Energy Dissipation and Active Vibration Control of Structures was held in St. Petersburg on July 1 -5, 2019. 16 WCSI program download . This conference presents a unique platform for sharing the latest international earthquake engineering knowledge.

Professor Chang Kuo-chun and professor Keh-Chyuan Tsai, from the Department of Civil Engineering of National Taiwan University, led a Taiwanese delegation to attend the 16th Seismic Conference and the 13th Russian National Earthquake Engineering Conference.

Taiwanese attendees:

  1. Kuo-Chun Chang, Professor of Civil Engineering of National Taiwan University
  2. Keh-Chyuan Tsai, Professor of Civil Engineering of National Taiwan University
  3. Jenn-Shin Hwang, Professor of Civil and Construction Engineering of National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
  4. Yu-Chi Sung, Professor of Civil Engineering of National Taipei University of Technology
  5. Lyan-Ywan Lu, Professor of Civil Engineering of National Cheng Kung University
  6. Tzu-Kang Lin, Professor of Civil Engineering of National Chiao Tung University
  7. Shiang-Jung Wang, Professor of Civil and Construction Engineering of National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
  8. Jui-Liang Lin, Researcher of National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering
  9. Ren-zuo Wang, Researcher of National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering
  10. Kung-Juin Wang, Technician of National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering
  11. Chun-Chung Chen, Associate Researcher of National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering
  12. An-Chien Wu, Associate Researcher of National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering
  13. Bo-Han Lee, Assistant Researcher of National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering
  14. Chung-Han Yu, Assistant Researcher of National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering

 

The executive supervisor of TCIAE, Professor Chang Kuo-chun (middle of the first row), from the Department of Civil Engineering of National Taiwan University, led a Taiwanese delegation to St. Petersburg to attend the 16th Seismic Conference and the 13th Russian National Earthquake Engineering Conference.

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 July 2019 09:04
 
IAE院士會議活動 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 10 May 2019 12:44

IAE was awarded

 

We thank IAE for actively promoting scientific and technical cooperation between Taiwan and Russia and supporting the development of TCIAE.

 

President of TCIAE Jenn-Chuan Chern (right) awards President of IAE Gusev B.V. (4/26/2019, Moscow)

Taiwan delegation had participated in the joint academician conference held by RAE and IAE.


Taiwan delegation had participated in the joint academician conference held by Russian Academy of Engineering (RAE) and International Academy of Engineering (IAE) on April 26, 2019. President of Russian Academy of Engineering, Dr. Gusev B.V., reported on the outstanding scientific and technological development achievements, membership honors and important works published by the various branches of International Academy of Engineering. The chairman of TCIAE Jenn-Chuan CHERN was specially invited to deliver a speech at the general meeting of Academician Conference, titled "TCIAE 10 years as the development and contribution of the platform for science and technology exchanges between Taiwan and Russia".

Jenn-Chuan CHERN, chairman of TCIAE, was specially invited to deliver a speech at the general meeting of Academician Conference, titled "TCIAE 10 years as the development and contribution of the platform for science and technology exchanges between Taiwan and Russia". (4/26/2019,Moscow)

The left one is the chairman of TCIAE, Jenn-Chuan CHERN, and the right one is the executive director of TCIAE, Yun Yen.



Last Updated on Friday, 10 May 2019 13:11
 
TCIAE’s delegation has fruitful results during the visit to Moscow PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 09 May 2019 22:48

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the establishment of TCIAE, Dr. Chern went on a trip to Moscow, accompanied by other academicians of TCIAE, including Professor Yun Yen, Professor Kuo-Chun Chang, former Academia Sinica President Chi-Huey Wong, Secretary General of TCIAE Professor Hui-Ping Tserng, as well as members of TCIAE such as Chair of the Department of Civil Engineering at National Taiwan University Professor Shang-Hsien Hsieh. In the assembly taking place on April 26 th, Professor Gusev, president of the IAE, made a special reference to Dr. Yin and the Tang Prize. Invited to deliver a speech to the assembly, Dr. Chern reflected on TCIAE’s contribution to the technological cooperation between Taiwan and Russian during the past decade, while also taking the opportunity to promote the Tang Prize in this grand occasion.

Invited to deliver a speech to the assembly, Dr. Chern reflected on TCIAE’s contribution to the technological cooperation between Taiwan and Russian during the past decade.  (4/26/2019,Moscow)

Professor B.V. Gusev, president of the RAE, announced that in addition to the order of “Engineering Fame,” this year, the RAE and the IAE decided to create two more orders in honor of Dr. Samuel Yin, founder of the Tang Prize Foundation and the first vice president of the IAE, and Mr. Boris Evgenievich Paton, the legendary Ukrainian scientist, honorary president of the IAE and president of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

 

Claiming 566 patents for his inventions in the field of building construction technology, Dr. Yin is especially lauded for developing an efficient and precise method for constructing earthquake-resistant structures, and Mr. Paton, who turned 100 in 2018, is a world-renowned figure in the field of welding, metallurgy, and technology of materials and material science. The “International Engineering Academy Star of Fame” order, with Dr. Yin’s portrait inlaid in the center and the Chinese characters of the Tang Prize in the background, was presented by Professor Gusev and accepted by Dr. Jenn-Chuan Chern, president of Taiwan Chapter of International Academy of Engineering (TCIAE) and CEO of the Tang Prize Foundation, on behalf of Dr. Yin. As a token of recognition of the Tang Prize ethos “for the betterment of the world,” it can be awarded to scientists of outstanding achievements in engineering.

 

President of IAE Gusev B.V (left) awards Dr. Yin, accepted by President of TCIAE Jenn-Chuan Chern (right) on the behalf of Dr. Yin.

What was also on the agenda of the assembly was selecting the 2019 members for the academy. After careful assessment of the qualifications of the nominees, the IAE announced 12 new academicians and 19 new corresponding members, respectively hailing from Russia, Azerbaijan, Slovenia, Kyrgyzstan, Taiwan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, etc. To the great delight of the Taiwan delegate, Dr. Kuo-Ning Chiang, chair professor at Taiwan’s National Tsing Hua University, was named one of the academicians, while President Ching-Jong Liao of National Taiwan University of Science and Technology and Professor Shan-Hui Hsu, director of the Institute of Polymer Science and Engineering at National Taiwan University, were both selected as corresponding members.

Dr. Chern’s time in Moscow was further enriched by meetings with several luminaries. Apart from discussing issues related to biotechnology, civil engineering and the improvement of healthcare systems, Dr. Chern also helped them gain an adequate understanding of the Tang Prize. One of these notable figures is Mr. Oleg Kotov, the 100th Russian cosmonaut and deputy director of the Institute of Biomedical Problems of Russian Academy of Sciences. His illustrious career features three flights to the universe, one of which resulted in his a year and a half sojourn in space. In addition, Dr. Chern and other Taiwanese delegates spent some time in the Skolkovo Innovation Centre. They met up with Yulia Tolkishevskaya, who once came to Taiwan to visit the Foundation, and exchanged ideas with other biopharmaceutical scientists on technology development and sustainable industrial development. Moreover, they called on Ms. Olga Goncharova, president of Russian Women-doctors Association, to talk about the possible collaboration with Taiwan for the betterment of the healthcare system in the Russian Far East. Finally, this trip was rendered more fruitful by their visits to Moscow State University of Civil Engineering and Moscow Architectural Institute, in the hope of their signing an MoA with National Taiwan University’s Department of Civil Engineering, and with the belief that this international partnership will generate truly valuable research outputs.

President of TCIAE Jenn-Chuan Chern (right) presented a gift to Mr. Oleg Kotov (left), the 100th Russian cosmonaut and deputy director of the Institute of Biomedical Problems of Russian Academy of Sciences.  (4/25/2019,Moscow)

 

Last Updated on Friday, 10 May 2019 11:34
 
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