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English Introduction

Welcome to the Solar & Photovoltaic Engineering Research Center (SPERC) website. In this center, cutting edge researches cover with a wide range over the fields of sustainable power generation, energy storage, power conversion, smart grid-connected system, and green electronic circuit design. The following is a brief introduction of the center’s history, leadership, mission and research topics.

History & Leadership

Owing to the aggravation of greenhouse effects and rising awareness of environmental protection, the technology development relating to sustainable green energy has been urgent more and more. The climate in southern Taiwan is inherently suitable for solar-energy development. Accordingly, the SPERC was established in 2008 for the goal of incorporating and linking the expertise of the faculty at the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, developing the core technology of solar energy. The EPERC has teamed up a professional research group. The director of this center is Prof. Chih-Lung Shen (Electronic Engineering Department). The research team further consists of Prof. Tsair-Chun Liang (Institute of Electrical Engineering), Prof. Yu-En Wu (Electronic Engineering Department), Prof. Yeong-Chau Kuo (Electronic Engineering Department), Prof. Kuo-Ching Tseng (Electronic Engineering Department), and Prof. Tzung-Ta Kao (Institute of Electrical Engineering)

Laboratory Classification

The Center affiliates with nine individual laboratories, which are shown as follows:

  • Energy Saving Circuit Design Lab.
  • Electronic Circuits Lab.
  • Green-Energy Circuit Design and Application Lab.
  • RF Circuit and Microwave Chip Design Lab.
  • Advanced IC Design Lab.
  • Analog IC Lab.
  • Fiber Optics and Diffractive Optics Lab.
  • SOC Design Lab.
  • Optoelectronic Devices Lab.

Mission

The following describes the major missions of this center.

  • While being a research center of the College of Electrical Engineering, NKFUST, this center is in charge of promoting research projects, technology cooperation, and technical exchange for industry.
  • Give assistance to setting up cooperation plans with other academic research centers.
  • Engage in technology research regarding power electronic converters, PV systems, smart grid systems, and renewable-energy generation systems to resolve the key problems from industry.
  • Provide training programs for academics or manufacturers.
  • Drive the research plans of academic-industry collaboration.
  • Provide consultation services for cooperated manufacturers.

Research Topics

  • Photovoltaic materials and devices
  • Efficiency of clean-energy conversion system
  • Fuel-cell power systems
  • High-efficiency illumination systems
  • System applications of solar optical fiber
  • PV  power inverter/Micro inverter
  • Fuel cell converter
  • Electric vehicles
  • Power saving systems
  • STP (solar thermal power) application systems
  • LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting systems
  • Electrical ballast
  • Electrical energy management system
  • Energy-saving ignition system
  • Renewable energy material
  • Green energy controller
  • Micro-grid system
  • Smart inverter

Contact

  • Chih-Lung Shen Ph.D.
  • Associate Prof.
  • Dept. Head of Electronic Engineering &
  • Director of Photovoltaics Technology Research Center
  • National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology
  • No.1, University Rd., Yanchao Dist., Kaohsiung City 82445, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
  • E-mail: clshen@ccms.nkfust.edu.tw
  • Tel: +886-7-6011000 ext. 2515