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Nanotechnology is a technology of design, fabrication and applications of nanostructures and nanomaterials, which also includes fundamental understanding of physical properties and phenomena of nanomaterials and nanostructures. Nanomaterials are the materials with at least one dimension falling in nanometer (10-9 m) scale including nanoparticle (0-dimension), nanotubes and nanowires (1-dimension), thin films (2-dimension), and bulk materials made of nanoscale grains, nanocrystalline materials, or nanoscale structures, nanostructural materials (3-dimension). Nanomaterials may exhibit physical properties distinctively different from their bulk counterpart. To study new physical properties and the applications of nanomaterials, it is necessary to synthesize nanostructured materials with desired size, morphology, crystal and microstructure and chemical composition. Therefore, synthesis and processing of nanomaterials are the essential aspect of nanotechnology. Combining scanning probe microscopy (SPM) with other well-developed characterization and measurement techniques such as transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and synchrotron radiation X-ray diffraction, it is possible to study and manipulate the nanostructures and nanomaterials to a great detail and often down to the atomic level.

In the Department of Engineering and System Science (ESS), nanotechnology and energy-related studies are the two major research directions. Our research on nanotechnology includes nano-biomedical science/technology, nano characterization, nano materials, nanoelectronics, beam technology and molecular dynamics simulation. The following research classification depicts the representative research on nanotechnology in this department.
Fossil fuels such as oil, coal, and natural gas would lead to the production of carbon dioxide when they are consumed for thermal energy. Adopting a low-carbon energy source is therefore a more reasonable, responsible and environmentally friendly choice to alleviate the global warming impact. Among currently available low-carbon energy sources, nuclear energy is relatively efficient and stable in terms of power density and output. National Tsing Hua University was re-established in 1956 in Hsinchu, and the first academic program re-instated then at the University was the graduate institute of nuclear science. For growing demands on nuclear education and research, the construction project of Tsing Hua Open-pool Reactor (THOR) started in 1958. THOR reached its first criticality on April 13th of 1961. It has been a long and endeavoring history contributing to the development of nuclear energy at College of Nuclear Science. Our college offers one of the largest and complete higher education programs on nuclear science and engineering in the world. Subjects continuously studied at College of Nuclear Science include nuclear safety, reactor physics, and nuclear materials and water chemistry.
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