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National Science and Technology Council 2025 Industry-Academic Technology Alliance Cooperation Plan (Industry-Academic Small Alliance)
A tribute to all the teachers and researchers,

Every year May to July is the intensive application period for the NSTC Industry-Academic Cooperation Program. This time, the NSTC 2025 Industry-Academic Small Alliance Program is soliciting applications. Applications are welcome.

Important When executing NSTC projects, you must be aware of the ownership of results and conflicts of interest. Video of the Institute of Science and Technology (10 minutes): 'Management and Utilization of R&D Achievements (Achievement Ownership/Technology Transfer/Turn-over Distribution)', 'Part-time Research and Shareholding', 'Conflict of interest (avoidance of industry-university profit conflict/technology transfer profit conflict/purchase profit conflict/part-time profit conflict' (34 minutes and 10 seconds to 44 minutes and 47 seconds of the video).
Video link: https://aic.cpc.tw/aicweb/Web/News_Detail.aspx?p=5a5de32c-1dd3-4687-95d7-c504087fcb30

2025 Industry-Academic Technology Small Alliance Program (Industry-Academic Small Alliance)

Project period
Application period: 16.04.2024 - 30.08.2024 (the school deadline ends on August 23, 2023)
Implementation period: 01.02.2025 - 31.01.2026

The annual upper limit is 3 million (including postdoctoral personnel expenses)

Project highlights 
  1. Encourage academic researchers to use their past research and development results as the main axis to establish 'core technology laboratories', integrate enterprises related to the core technology, and use their accumulated R&D energy to provide external assistance and services, with the laboratory as the core, and the industry will jointly form a membership-based industry-academia technology alliance to increase interaction between industry and academia, and enhance the industry's competitive energy and technical energy.
  2. (1) Phase 1: The operating income must reach the level of independent operation, and it must cooperate with the government's key areas of application (the three major themes of net zero carbon emissions, information security, and precision health).                    (2) Phase II: Develop internationalization (recruit international members, international promotion, international cooperation, etc.) or expand service capabilities (cross-field, cross-region), promote local development (connect local industrial clusters, cooperate with public associations, etc.)

Applicant qualifications
  1. Assistant professor or above.
  2. Serve as a lecturer for three years or more, and have works published in well-known academic journals or patented technical reports at local or international.
  3. Personnel with a doctoral degree and employed as an assistant researcher or above or with equivalent qualifications.
  4. Medical-related personnel who have served as an attending physician in an affiliated hospital for more than two years or have obtained a master's degree and have been engaged in research work for three years or more, and have published works in well-known academic journals at local or international.

On-campus information session
  • 5/20w1  12:00-13:00 Shuangho campus classroom 1801
  • 5/21w2  12:00-13:00 Xinyi campus Dreamway building
  • 5/30w4  12:00-13:00 Xinyi campus Dreamway building
  • 5/31w5  12:00-13:00 Shuangho campus classroom 1801

  • Ya-Fang Liu, senior manager of Shuangho campus Office of Business Development (#2 15417), NSTC Planning Office (02) 23650018 #19, NSTC Industry and Education Office (02) 27377231. 
  • Computer system operation problems, NSTC Information Technology service: 0800212058, (02) 27377590, 27377591, 27377592.