activities for the NCCU Computational Center are based around the five specific
Project 1: Computer-aided Nanotechnology research in the modeling, design, formation and characterization of novel nanostructured materials and nanodevices;
Project 2: Fine tuning of Nuclear Potentials through low energy experiments and rigorous few-body calculations;
Project 3: Study of hyperon-hyperon, high energy nucleon-nucleon, and Hyperon-Nucleon Interactions;
Project 4: Co-operative Autonomous Mobile Robotic Systems (CAMRS);
Project 5: Geophysical Modeling focused on the three-dimensional velocity and anisotropy of intra-plate seismic zones.
The Center also dedicates resources for further expansion of research topics through funding of additional smaller-scale seed projects that are actively proposed, reviewed and funded as part of regular internal activities of the Center.