INDO-TAIWAN JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE ON ARTIFICIAL INELLIGENCE AND MACHINE LEARNING

ITJRC on AI and ML is a centre for the collaborative research on artificial intelligence and machine learning in the different areas. The Centre was Inaugurated on July 27, 2019 and is being supported by Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan with the joint collaboration of National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan and Indian Institute of Technology Ropar.
The research centre focuses on academia to academia and academia to industrial collaborations within in the India and between the India and Taiwan in various domains of AI and ML. The Centre provides exposure to young researchers and emphasis to promote the innovative ideas and research in the field of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in various fields. It provides a deep link between the industry and academia of India and Taiwan


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OUR TEAM

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Prof. Shi-Ming (Jack) Huang (黃士銘博士)

Project Investigator, ITJRC

Dean, Research and Development (研發長)

Director, Center for e-Commerce and e-Manufacturing(製商整合研究中心主任 )

National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan (國立中正大學)

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Dr. Pao-Ann Hsiung (熊博安)

Project Coordinator, ITJRC

Professor, Dept. of Computer Science and Information Engineering

Director, Smart Living Technology Research Center

National Chung Cheng University, TAIWAN

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Dr. Rohit Sharma

Project Coordinator, ITJRC

Associate Dean, Office of International Relations

Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering, IIT Ropar

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Ms. Ellen Hsu

Project Manager

Taiwan India Joint Research Centre on Artificial Intelligence

Smart Living Technology Research Cente

National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan

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Ms. Harsimrat Kaur

Project Manager

Indo-Taiwan Joint Research Centre on Artificial Intelligence

Indian Institute of Technology Ropar

News & Events

Talk on Multi-agent demand and supply balance.

A case study by Dr Shashi Shekhar Jha, Department of Computer Science..

A Team Visit from NIELIT

A team from the National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology, Chandigarh ...

A Team visit from Nvidia ltd.

A team from Nvidia company visited the centre on December 23, 2019, to seek the ways of collaboration.

Featured video

Testimonials video

Prof. Ren-Song Ko, Associate Professor

Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Chung Cheng University Taiwan

Dr. Shashi Shekhar Jha

Assistant Prof., Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Mr. Ankit bhadu

B.Tech Student, CSE

Messages

Mr. Chung-Kwang Tien,
The Ambassador of Taiwan to India

"It gives me immense pleasure to extend to you my heartfelt congratulations on the launch of Indo-Taiwan Joint Research Centre on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. On behalf of Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India, I wish this first ever institutionalized cooperation a very great success."

Dr. Yu Chin Hsu,
Hon'ble Deputy Minister for Science & Technology, Taiwan

"India has a significant stake in the AI revolution. Recognizing AI's potential to transform economies and the need for India to strategies its approach, we have given centre for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to IIT Ropar as it has lot of research already going on in this vertical."

Prof. Sarit K. Das,
Director, IIT Ropar

I am delighted at the inauguration of the Indo- Taiwan centre of Artificial Intelligence, the only centre of this nature in this country. IIT Ropar values its relationship with Taiwan. Every year a large number of our students and faculty undertake academic visits to Taiwan. This centre will strengthen our relationship by promoting mutual visits, promoting joint research and projects in the area of Artificial Intelligence and ML which is identified by both the countries as an important area future research.
I thank the Government of Taiwan for sponsoring this centre and hope that the activities of this centre will bring out significant and tangible benefits in the area of research, industry and business to both the countries. I wish the centre all the best.