NCKU Curriculum Map
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Course Objectives: The foundation of nurturing scientists and engineers is developed via a systematic understanding to the physical laws of nature, such as optics, electrical, thermal, acoustic, and magnetic. Thermodynamics is a science that extends on the basis of traditional heat, mainly to explore the energy (power and heat) storage and conversion of the system. The main teaching objectives of the course include: understanding the basic definitions of basic thermodynamics; familiar with the phase diagram and lookup of pure material; establishing correct thermodynamics first and second law concepts and mathematical calculus techniques; assessing system entropy changes and calculating to determine a The process of reversible or irreversible; understanding of the basic relationship between the heat, and the use of this relationship to obtain the actual required energy, enthalpy and entropy.

Course Goal
1. Acquire the basic biomedical engineering knowledge
2. Develop multidiscipline integration, innovation and implementation ability
4. Strengthen the leadership and widen the global vision
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Understand professional medical and engineering ethics and society responsibility.
  • Lifelong learning ability.
  • Global vision and foreign languages.
  • [Competence]
  • Ability to apply mathematics, science, biomedicine and engineering knowledge
  • Ability to execute experiment design and data analysis
  • Ability to strengthen engineering practice and apply professional tools
  • Ability to find, analyze and solve problems
  • Courses of Recent Years
    Course Name
    (The name will link to the syllabus.)
    Credit Taught in English
    (Yes or No)
    0108/1 F931000 [BME3001]THERMODYNAMICS 3.0 N
    0107/1 F931000 [BME3001]THERMODYNAMICS 3.0 N
    0106/1 F931000 [BME3001]THERMODYNAMICS 3.0 N
    0105/1 F931000 [BME3001]THERMODYNAMICS 3.0 N
    0104/1 F931000 [BME3001]THERMODYNAMICS 3.0 N Liu, Jong-Jian
    0103/1 F931000 [BME3001]THERMODYNAMICS 3.0 N Liu, Jong-Jian
    0102/1 F931000 [BME3001]THERMODYNAMICS 3.0 N Liu, Jong-Jian