Category «Research»

2021 年招募 (Recruiting)

2021年團隊招募 (2020/11/5日更新) 先進計算實驗室 (Advanced Computation Laboratory)今年度目標將持續發展遙測科技、資源評估演算法、與視覺化系統。同時間與國外非政府組織(NGO)合作進行偵測非法、未報告及未受規範漁業(IUU)活動之研究。團隊需要資料科學專才人員,包含前台視覺化、後臺資料分析、以及理論與演算法設計人員。人員缺額如下: 兼任臨時研究助理(工讀生) (視需求隨時開出缺額) 協助標示資料 協助整理環境 大學部研究人員(或是專題生) 109年入學: 2名 108年入學: 1名 107年入學: 原則上不收, 除非對於海洋資訊科學有強烈興趣 碩士班研究生0名 博士班研究生1名 專任研究助理: 1名 申請第2,3項之門檻為: 獲得實驗室資深研究人員之推薦. 曾獲得教育部大學程式設計競賽佳作以上. 大學程式能力檢定(CPE)答對題數: 於加入一年內達3題以上 APCS觀念4級分且實作251/400(4級分)以上. 獲得相關領域老師之特別推薦(需推薦函/證明文件). 修過海洋科學概論, 達85分以上. [計算科學領域]課程平均80分以上. 簡易個人學習計畫書, 請參考大學教授跟你說老實話. 個人簡歷與專長表. 以第1項次申請者不需要其他文件. 以第2-5項次申請者僅需符合至少1條即可,且須附上第6-9條的文件. 申請第4, 5項, 請檢附個人履歷. 請備妥證明文件以及個人簡歷寄至實驗室PI許老師: wwyhsu@email.ntou.edu.tw.   Hits: 59

台灣的海洋之眼

臺灣漁業位居全球重要產業前三名,因非法、未報告及未受規範漁業(Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing, IUU)而在 2015 年受到歐盟黃牌警告並將臺灣列入不合作第三國警告名單,影響產業及臺灣全球作業權。除了立法與教育,農委會漁業署亦補助團隊設計出新世代海洋資訊系統 DeepSea 9 (深海9號, 簡稱DS9)以掌握即時資訊,成為成功守護國家資源及遠洋船隊作業權的關鍵之一。海洋可視為國土的延伸且佔了地球表面約70%,是臺灣面積的一萬倍大,維護臺灣的漁產業亦等同於延伸臺灣的國土而獲取更多的資源。這套系統目前架設於漁業署的漁業監控中心(Fisheries Monitoring Center, FMC),雖名為「監控」,但其真正的價值在可用於科學觀測、環境保護、永續發展,並增加臺灣的漁業經濟效益。 DS9是一套跨領域的產品,橫跨了資通訊、農漁業以及地球科學的知識。其中資通訊科技包含雲端計算、資料科學、物聯網、人工智慧、計算理論與演算法。漁業科學包含漁具漁法、海上作業、環境資源學。地球科學方面則包含了大氣氣候學以及海洋學等。(全文連結) Hits: 244

Best paper award! Portable fisheries assistant systems for small scale fisheries management

Congratulations to Shin-Yu Wang, Wei-Siang Hong, Rey-Hsing Hu, Chieh-Ju Yu, and Hsin-Yu Tsai for their research effort, receiving the best paper award at the 2019 IEEE Eurasia Conference on IoT, Communication, and Engineering (IEEE ECICE 2019)! Abstract—This paper will focus on developing and designing a portable fisheries assistant system (FAS), a micro fisheries activity assistant …

Can satellite systems increase our capability? Application of the CubeSat sentries to boost the intelligence of the DeepSea 9 fisheries monitoring system

The size overseas fisheries fleet of Taiwan ranks second in the world. Following the development of the DeepSea 9 (DS9), which is installed and operating at the Fisheries Monitoring Control (FMC) center at the Fisheries Agency, Council of Agriculture of Taiwan, overseas fisheries monitoring system has helped in preventing illegal, unreported, and unregulated using remote …

Constructing a next generation oceanic information system

Lab director’s talk @ WorldFish, Penang, Malaysia headquarters.  (2019/8/1) Taiwan is an island with a thriving fishing industry. Prior to the year 2015, fisheries systems in Taiwan, apart from being outdated, are dispersed across different administrative groups making management and data verification very time-consuming. This resulted in Taiwan being issued with a “yellow card” by …

Partnership with WorldFish

Our lab is happy to make an official announcement on our partnership with the WorldFish (https://www.worldfishcenter.org), which leads the CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-food Systems of CGIAR Consortium of International Agricultural Research Centers. We will be collaborating in developing new systems to support and analyze small scale fisheries (SSF) on a vast scale, just …

Fisheries data analysis, big data visualization, and applications based on the next generation oceanic information system

The “yellow card” sanction warning from the European Commission (EUC) has brought attention to the Taiwan government in fighting illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing. Unless further actions are taken, the EUC will issue a “red card” and Taiwan will suffer a loss of 13 million euros yearly for not being able to export marine …

Designing, implementing, and deploying a next generation oceanic information system

Designing, implementing, and deploying a next-generation oceanic information system is a key to future fisheries management. This project focuses on creating such a system, providing a basis for future development. Besides being extensible, stable, and easy to use, this system must also contain the following elements. It must use big data storage technologies, which allows …

Managing and analyzing the voyage data recorder database system

Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) has been used for recording and computing vessel operations since 2007. This VDR device has become an essential basis for fishery policymakers and fishery researchers to make further studies in understanding fishing activities and marine resources in our country. This project contains four objectives as follows. First, importing and cleaning raw …