2019 High School and Vocational high school Exposition


NCTU and CK work together to show Duckietown。

Well-known Internet TV station visited NCTU


Camerabay visits NCTU EE and Duckietown.

Team NCTU competed in the 2018 RobotX Challenge, Hawaii.


Team NCTU won "the best single day" award in the qualifition, and was the only first-year team in the semi-final and final in the RobotX 2018. We ranked the 5th out of the 15 teams of top schools from three continents around the world. The broadcast of the final is : video link here:

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  • ARG Thanksgiving dinner


    At the warm moment, We invited all the team members of the laboratory included AIDO, RobotX, Mobile Manipulator team to have a dinner together. Thank you for your hard work for the research. Your efforts take ARG to the world.

    RobotX team NCTU


    This day we got together to prepare the shipping process for WAM-V and leave a good moment by the picture.

    Minister of Science and Technology visited RobotX NCTU


    The Minister of Science and Technology and other executives visited Zhuhu to visit the RobotX practice site. The Minister has great interest in WAM-V and team design perception and AI technology. (with Brian left 1, Monica right 2, David right 1)

    Minister of Science and Technology visited Duckietown


    The Minister of Science and Technology (in the middle of picture), other executives , and The NCTU President took a photo in the background of the AI driving Olympic competition venue Duckietown.

    Student Association of NYMU visited RobotX NCTU


    Student Association of NYMU visited RobotX NCTU, team member David are introducing the perception, artificial intelligence technology which our team used.

    NCTU president visited our Lab


    The NCTU President M. C. Frank Chang and Senior Vice President C.-H. Chen visited us for our latest work of RobotX!

    When Art Meets Tech


    Last year, the cool guys redefine "AI" as "Authentic Identity", hoping to trace back the essence of human beings and explore the true self. We cooperated with team from Institute Of Applied Arts to build "fiber installation arts" and showed the works on 2018 NCTU Art Fair.

    The Coming of WAM-V


    We put our vehicle in the middle of the lake with a crane. It represents the topic of "Unmanned Surface Vehicle" and will be displayed on the NCTU 60th anniversary celebration.

    Students visited Duckietown NCTU through the "Star Plan in Taiwan's College Entrance System"


    The students who got an acceptance for NCTU through the "Star Plan in Taiwan's College Entrance System" visited the Duckietown.

    Our Live Competition Proposal for "The AI Driving Olympics" is accepted by NIPS 2018


    This live competition is designed to explore which approaches work best for what tasks and subtasks in a complex robotic system. The participants will need to design algorithms that implement either part or all of the management and navigation required for a fleet of self-driving miniature taxis.
    NIPS Website

    Our Duckietown project was introduced by National Education Radio Department


    Dr. Wang and Eric Lu was invited to talk about the Duckietown project that utilized various sensors to implement automatic driving. In addtion, they talked about the industrial development in Taiwan. How the robotic technology will overcome the deadlock for traditional industry.
    Facebook Video Radio channel

    Our paper "Deep Trail Following Robotic Guide Dog in Pedestrian Environments for People Who Are Blind and Visually Impaired - Learning from Virtual and Real Worlds" is accepted by ICRA 2018


    Congrats to ARG students and collaborators in UMass Boston and Italy.
    Paper Video

    NCTU is awarded a Wave Adaptive Modular Vessel (WAM-V)


    NCTU will compete the RobotX Challenge in 2018. Prof. Nick Wang and David Chen participated the 2017 RobotX Forum in Sydney, and received the award.
    Prof. Nick Wang was in the inaugural RobotX competition was held in Singapore in Oct. 2014. The purpose of the competition was to challenge teams to develop new strategies for tackling unique and important problems in marine robotics. Ultimately the MIT/Olin team narrowly won first place in a competitive field.
    MIT News for the 2014 Competition

    80 Taichuang Gril's High School students visited NCTU and our Robots!


    Prof. Nick Wang received the Young Electrical Engineer Award


    Thanks to the Chinese Institute of Electrical Engineering, Taiwan and Department of Electrial and Computer Engineering, NCTU.

    Robotics Seminar @ NCTU

    2017-11-07 to 2018-01-03

    It is our pleasure to invite the key members in the MIT/Princeton Team for the Amazon Picking/Robotics Challenges. Special thanks to Peter Yu who co-organized the event. This is an official course in NCTU with 1 credit for undergraduate students.

    Prof. Nick Wang and Monica Lin attended SET iNEW for a Live Interview


    Prof. Nick Wang and Monica Lin showed Duckiebots and introduced the missions of the graduate robotics program in NCTU.
    SET NEWS Interview Video (in Chinese)

    Our paper "Automatic Optimization of Wayfinding Design" is accepted by TVCG


    Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (TVCG) is the top journal in computer graphics. Thanks to Craig Yu, Quincy Huang, and the colleagues in UMass Boston, and congrate Monica Lin for her first journal paper.

    Congratulate Daniel Huang who received the PhD program scholarship.

    Congratulate to Eric Lu who will be a visiting student in ETHZ

    Prof. Nick Wang received the MediaTek Junior Chair Professor Award


    Our work on wearable navigation for the blind was covered by the Economist and many media, and published in ICRA and ISSCC

    The Economist
    Apple Daily, Taiwan

    Duckietown Summer School for Future Autonomy Teaching Assistants

    The first Duckietown Summer School aims at training potential instructors and teaching assistants in future Duckietown courses. Since Duckietown is project-based learning, teaching assistants and mentors are one of the most important resources to make a successful Duckietown course. We believe that such training is a valuable learning experinece for students' skills of problem solving, team work, and leadership. We are happy to have individuals from Korea, Indonesia, and Taiwan in the first Duckietown Summer School. Course Webpage

    Monica Lin worked as an intern in the startup company In.Sight in Italy.

    In.Sight and Arianna

    Brian Chuang, Monica Lin, Jihshi Chen, and Prof. Nick Wang participated ICRA 2017 in Singapore and presented two papers.

    Please see our publication page for our wearable vision and Duckietown works

    Brian Chuang, Monica Lin, Jack Lin, and Prof. Nick Wang hosted a tutorial in the Robotic Computing Conference in 2017.

    We are happy to invite the teaching community in the panel discussions, including Prof. Nick Wang (NCTU), Dr. Teng-Yok Lee (MERL, USA), Kan-Lin Hsiung (Yuan Ze University), Jen-Jee Chen (National University of Tainan), and Yu-Lun Huang (NCTU). Tutorial Webpage