Wildlife and Conservation Biology (WCB) Research Lab is flourishing under the auspices of Department of Life Sciences, Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan. The laboratory was established in 2006 with the goal of accelerating action oriented research and enhances the capacity of students for research and development in the field of wildlife and conservation biology. WCB Lab completed more than twelve research projects funded by several national and international agencies and published more than 70 scholarly research papers, reports and books of national and international reputes.
The major thrust areas of research at WCB research lab are mammalian ecology and behavior, habitat evaluation and modeling, wetland biology and monitoring, biodiversity monitoring and environmental biotechnology.
We welcome scientists and faculties for collaboration and joint research work, trainings and academic exchange and students for their internship, dissertations and voluntary work with WCB fellows. Contact for more details to join us.
I am interested in developing effective methodologies for extracting valuable knowledge from the World Wide Web. My recent works have included (but not limit to): topic-oriented social relationship extraction, principle-based approach for NLP applications, text mining for sentiment analysis, question answering system, intelligent Chatbot of deep language understanding, and biomedical text mining.
#Natural Language Processing
#Information Extraction and Retrieval
#Search methods in artificial intelligence
#Text Mining for Collective Intelligence
#Intelligent Chatbot of Deep Language Understanding
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
The lab is home to professor Chung supported by graduate students from various departments. Our mission at the center is to create an inspiring environment for research into financial technology and AI applications. Our goal is to work with new AI startups and financial institutions such as commercial banks, insurance companies, and securities firms to create industry-academia collaboration projects. Thus, creating new cutting edge services or products in the fintech and marketing technology fields.
In this lab there is a director and several supporting members. Professor Chung Chien-Ping is currently serving as the chair of the Management Undergraduate Honors Program at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. Dr. Chung specializes in financial technology, artificial intelligence applications, technology innovation and entrepreneurship. The supporting members come from different departments and programs such as the NTUST MBA program, department of business administration, and the department of management, and the department of information management.(All of these members are graduate students)
本實驗室附屬於國立臺灣科技大學人工智慧研究中心智慧金融實驗室，主持人為鍾建屏博士，團隊成員包括李修全教授、荔枝智慧公司何建偉執行長及來自管理學院各系所教師及研究生。中心研究方向是以人工智慧之商業與金融應用為主，涵蓋人工智慧的發展以及人工智慧導入行銷領域及金融科技的應用等。目前已經擁有涵蓋目前已經擁有《光學識別模組》、《旅平險智能客服裝置》、《智能分潤系統及其運作方法》、《智能檢核系統及其方法》、《聲波行動支付之驗證系統》、《人工智慧互動式檢核系統》、《具音波行動支付之驗證系統》、《聲波區塊鏈技術》等新型及發明多項專利。近年來研發出「運用於保險服務業的虛擬智能聊天機器人技術」，此技術榮獲2019年馬來西亞MTE發明展大會金牌獎、創新發明特別獎與大會特別獎。2020年11月，本中心成員以Shooly水電資訊媒合平台榮獲第二屆LINE Chatbot對話機器人設計大賽冠軍；同年12月，本中心成員以蜂巢情侶理財錢包獲得2020兆豐FinTech創意競賽全國第一名；同時另一批成員以寵物設計的第三方整合性APP獲得第二屆 AI 金融科技創新創意競賽全國第一名；2019年11月，本中心成員以PP Bank一舉獲得華南金控金融科技競賽第四屆全國第一名及金獎殊榮，以及日盛金控第一屆金融科技競賽的亞軍。另一團隊參加2019年第一屆 AI 金融科技創新創意競賽，臺灣科技大學春芽冷露加珍珠 榮獲全國第一名。
CETRAD is a development-focused research centre, based in the social sciences, that forms an integral part of the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro (UTAD), Vila Real, Portugal. It was created on May 2nd 2002 by researchers from UTAD’s Department of Economics, Sociology & Management (DESG) and currently has 86 researchers with PhDs, drawn mainly from UTAD, complemented by a significant contingent of historians, archeologists and other specialists in heritage and tourism studies from the University Institute of Maia (ISMAI). CETRAD staff exhibit a wide diversity of initial disciplinary training and subsequent research specialisations, with sociology, social work, economics, management, applied agricultural sciences, history, archeology and anthropology predominating. It is this diversity that not only defines CETRAD’s originality, but also sustains inter- and multi-disciplinary research, and feeds into the evolution of trans-disciplinary methodologies that aim to identify solutions to key problems of territorial, socio-economic, cultural and organisational development, focusing primarily on less-favoured territories that are predominantly rural and have low population-densities.
The core objectives of CETRAD are: (1) to encourage the inter- and multi-disciplinary construction of coherent and innovative research methodologies, capable of contributing to the solution of key problems of socio-economic and cultural development, in organisations of all kinds, and in local, regional, national, trans-border and international contexts; (2) to promote advanced-level academic training in development studies, (3) to place the knowledge, creativity and skills generated by its projects at the disposal of the wider community; and (4) to promote stakeholder participation throughout the project cycle.