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NCKU and NSPO Signed MOU on March 7th

Dépèche transmise le 7 mars 2011 par Business Wire

NCKU and NSPO Signed MOU on March 7th

NCKU and NSPO Signed MOU on March 7th

TAINAN, Taiwan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan, and National Space Organization (NSPO), Taiwan, signed Memorandum of Understanding on Monday, agreeing to a 7-year research project on advanced satellite propulsion technology.

“A nation’s strength is relevant to the development of inner space, the so-called marine research, and outer space, the so-called space technology, and NCKU already has excellent aeronautic and astronautic foundations for research cooperation.”

It is the first time that NSPO signed a long-term cooperation project with an academic institution, according to Director Yei-Chin Chao of NCKU Aerospace Science and Technology Research Center.

NCKU will be responsible for the core technology development and NSPO will be responsible for the follow-up system integration test and authentication.

NCKU President Hwung-Hweng Hwung believed, “A nation’s strength is relevant to the development of inner space, the so-called marine research, and outer space, the so-called space technology, and NCKU already has excellent aeronautic and astronautic foundations for research cooperation.”

The cooperation project between NSPO and NCKU consists of two phases. First phase targets the development of key propulsion components and their integration as a module system. Second phase aims for the development of module system and quasi-flying modules.

In the future, if the development process is ahead of the project schedule, the newly-developed propulsion system can embark on flying modules such as Formosa satellites and space programs.

Business Wire

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