The advanced computation laboratory (ACLab) was established in 2012 at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, National Taiwan Ocean University, with only 2 seats under Dr. Yen’s laboratory (R601). In 2014, Dr. Tun-Wen Pai lent half of his laboratory space, allowing the ACLab to be established at R405. This lab now contains approximately 24 personnel who maintain a DeepSea 9 (DS9) computing cluster, whose primary task is to develop a super-system in monitoring and tracking Taiwan’s fisheries activities. Moreover, the big data and cloud computing capabilities of the DS9 cluster allow analyzing fisheries-related data in helping stock assessment and environmental sustaining researches. With the extension of projects, ACLab has established a mini-research center at B18, which is the core for developing marine technologies.
The advanced computation laboratory is located at R405 (left side) of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, National Taiwan Ocean University.
Our research group is interested in the following disciplines:
- Data science technology includes big data, visualization, machine learning, and data mining.
- GPS tracking and remote sensing.
- Environmental assessment, behavioral science, and resource estimation.