A delegation from the Lithuanian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport visited NCKU on February 6th. Led by Vice-Minister of Education, Science and Sport Gintautas Jakstas, the delegation comprised Jurga Strumskienė, Director of the Ministry, Jūras Banys, President of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, Romas Baronas, former chair of the Research Council of Lithuania, and professors at Vilnius University.
Gyrocopters have become popular in recent years; they have been applied to construction, agriculture, and telemetry, among others. In order to manage control instability under dynamic movement, Yen-Chen Liu, a professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering in National Cheng Kung University, led his team to develop a new type of decoupled control architecture, combining deep deterministic policy gradient (DDPG) with typical control strategies.
“As a comprehensive university, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) has sought to transform itself from a large and traditional institution as it pushes forward the frontiers of smart medicine and pandemic prevention by strengthening industry-government-academia collaboration to create a more promising future for Taiwan. This is what NCKU has been striving for.”