Space Observations and Sustainability Course Program

1. Methods:
I. Every Monday from February 14th to June 13th, 2022 from 4pm to 6pm (GMT+8).
II. Will be opened in advance to allow local and foreign students to register. With Google meet as the online teaching platform, the teaching process and interaction will be recorded and post-production preserved.
III. Upload recorded courses on the site of TSU, so that relevant departments or interested students can learn the teachers' courses.
IV. After the courses are over, the registered students can be issued a "Certificate of Participation in Teaching (Quiz and Attendance Rate)" or "Certificate of Passing the Course (Exam)".

2. Course:
I. Each course is 2 hours, divided into one hour each, with a short break in between.
II. According to the teacher's needs, it can be divided into several sections. A quiz is added at the end of the course as proof of attendanc


TSU-Georgia Tech SMART Online Course

A new series of weekly online lectures on spacecraft technology to be given jointly by Georgia Tech professors and professors of several universities in Taiwan will start in March until June. This lecture series at graduate level is open to everyone who is interested in various aspects of satellite missions with emphasis on cubesats.

The one-hour lecture will take place at 9:00 am on Tuesdays. Please remember to sign up.


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