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Introduction to Transportation Management (TM) Area May 28, 2007. Dr. William Jen Associate Prof. & Chairman Dep. of Transportation Technology & Management College of Management, National Chiao Tung University. Outlines. Overview Development objectives
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Introduction to Transportation Management (TM) AreaMay 28, 2007Dr. William JenAssociate Prof. & ChairmanDep. of Transportation Technology & ManagementCollege of Management, National Chiao Tung UniversityOutlines
  • Overview
  • Development objectives
  • The relationship among Objectives, Learning goals and Curricula
  • Student profile
  • Faculty profile
  • 1. Overview
  • TM education has a long and distinguished history at NCTU since 1896.
  • Our academic area focuses on transportation and logistics, Intelligent Transportation Systems et al.
  • Degrees offered:
  • Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
  • Master of Science (M.S.)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
  • 1. Overview
  • Inter-campus Cooperation
  • Dep. of Transportation Technology and Management (DTTM) is located on Hsinchu campus.
  • Institute of Traffic and Transportation (ITT)
  • is located on the Taipei campus.
  • All faculty members closely work together to support courses and coordinate research projects.
  • SWOT analysis2. Development objectives
  • Cultivating students with general knowledge and professional skills.
  • Preparing students with problem solving abilities and independent research capability.
  • Enhancing interactions between faculty, alumni, students and enterprises, domestic and abroad.
  • Supporting faculty to lead Ph.D. students to conducting qualified research.
  • 3. The relationship among Objectives, Learning goals and Curricula3.1 Undergraduate program3.2 Graduate program3.3 Courses Evaluation3.4 Ph.D. ProgramDevelopment ObjectiveLearning Goals3.1 Undergraduate program (1/2) CurriculaPreparing students with problem solving abilities and independent research capability.
  • Legal and business
  • Analytical skills
  • Critical thinking and
  • reasoning abilities
  • Presentation and
  • communication skills
  • Graduation Project
  • Independent Study
  • Internship
  • Enhancing interactions between faculties, alumni, students and enterprises, domestic and abroad.
  • Basic knowledge:
  • Legal and business
  • Communications
  • Skills
  • Ethics
  • Humanities & social
  • sciences exposure
  • Fundamental Knowledge
  • Calculus
  • Linear Algebra
  • Statistics
  • Operations Research
  • Independent Study
  • Cultivating students with general knowledge and professional skillsDevelopment ObjectiveLearning Goals3.1 Undergraduate program (2/2) Curricula
  • Management skills:
  • Legal and Business
  • Financial analysis
  • Marketing and distribution
  • Information technology
  • General Management Knowledge
  • Management
  • Accounting
  • Marketing Management
  • Introduction to Computer and
  • Computing
  • Calculus
  • Statistics
  • Linear Algebra
  • Operations Research
  • Transportation Management Knowledge
  • Transportation
  • Transportation Planning
  • Transportation Economics
  • Introduction to Intelligent
  • Transportation Systems
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Traffic Engineering
  • Technical knowledge in Transportation:
  • Planning and policy
  • Operation and
  • management
  • Engineering and
  • technologyDevelopment ObjectiveLearning Goals3.2 Graduate program (1/3) CurriculaPreparing students with problem solving abilities and independent research capability.Problem solving, communication, technical and leadership skills
  • Transportation
  • practical courses
  • Thesis seminar
  • Enhancing interactions between faculties, alumni, students and enterprises, domestic and abroad.
  • Thesis
  • Academic-oriented theses
  • for graduate students
  • Practical-oriented theses for part-time master students (For ITT only)
  • Independent research abilitySupporting faculty to lead Ph.D. students to conduct qualified researchDevelopment ObjectiveLearning Goals3.2 Graduate program (2/3) Curricula
  • Course Group 1:
  • Policy & Planning
  • Transportation System Analysis
  • Travel Demand Theory
  • Environmental Impacts Analysis
  • and Assessment in Transportation
  • Transportation Economics and
  • Public Policy
  • Traffic Network Assignment and
  • DesignCultivating students with professional skillsTraffic and transportation systems analysis skillsTraffic and transportation systems planning & regulation skills
  • Course Group 2:
  • Engineering & Technology
  • Traffic Flow Theory
  • Transportation Safety
  • Road Safety Engineering
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Traffic Accident Investigation and
  • Reconstruction technologies
  • Methods of Highway Capacity
  • AnalysisDevelopment ObjectiveLearning Goals3.2 Graduate program (3/3) CurriculaTraffic and transportation systems operation & management skills
  • Course Group 3:
  • Operation & Management
  • Special Topics in Air
  • Transportation
  • Research Methodology
  • Strategic Logistics Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Transportation Management
  • Special Topics in Traffic
  • Regulations
  • Transportation Organization and
  • ManagementQuantitative analysis skills
  • Course Group 4: Quantitative Techniques
  • Heuristics
  • Mathematical Models
  • System Simulation
  • Optimization
  • Network Modeling Analysis
  • Advanced Statistical Methods
  • 3.3 Course Evaluation
  • The department curriculum committee examines course syllabi proposed for the next semester.
  • Each semester the department is required to submit the following document to the College Level Curriculum Committee.
  • Course plan
  • Evaluation of courses offered in the last semester
  • Student test scores and score distribution
  • 3.4 Ph.D. program
  • Graduation requirement
  • Courses: 24 credits minimum
  • Research: A thesis with oral defense, publish at least one article in a SCI/SSCI journal and one other article in a list of journals recognized by the dep.
  • Student supervision
  • Currently we (TM area) have 70 Ph.D. students.
  • Every year we recruit 12 Ph.D. students on average.
  • Each professor can advise at most 2 new Ph.D. students, but not more than 7 in total.
  • 4. Student profile4.1 Currently enrolled4.2 Student’s background4.3 Scholarship & Internship4.4 Alumni 4.1 Currently enrolledData Sources: DTTM & ITT4.2 Student’s backgroundData Sources: DTTM4.3 Scholarship: Enrollment
  • 金竹獎(1st Prize): NT$ 300,000 in 4 yrs
  • 2007 郭泰億
  • 銀竹獎(2nd Prize): NT$ 250,000 in 4 yrs
  • 2007 羅德安,2005 黃詠安 魏均兆
  • 銅竹獎(3rd Prize): NT$ 200,000 in 4 yrs
  • 2006 謝述澄,2004 李羽信,2003 吳祐辰
  • 4.3 Scholarship: Exchange students
  • Exchange to Chalmers University in Sweden:
  • NT$ 300,000,2007 倪詩雯,2006 吳祐辰 辛羿婷
  • Exchange to Queens Business School in Canada: NT$ 50,000,2006 林佛諭
  • Exchange to Beijing University in China:
  • NT$ 20,000,2006 呂堂榮4.3 Scholarship: Outstanding performance
  • The 2nd Prize in 2006 LEXUS campus commercial competition, NT$ 400,000
  • 2006 NMST from DTTM
  • 朱順一合勤獎學金: NT$ 100,000
  • 2006 郭建川,2005 李偉義
  • 送珍敦品獎學金: NT$ 50,000
  • 2006 郭竹軒
  • 費之驊校友紀念獎學金: NT$ 50,000
  • 2005 倪詩雯,2004 辛羿葶,2003 李宜珊
  • 4.3 InternshipCorporation with Outstanding Global Enterprise: IDS Group (Holding Company: Li & Fung Limited)In 2007, IDS recruits 2 management trainees and 2 summer interns from our students (1 MS, 1 senior, 2 juniors respectively). Employment Enrolled in Mater Program Military Service 4.4 Distribution of Alumni Occupation (B.S.)Data Source: DTTM Employment Enrolled in Ph.D. Program Military Service 4.4 Distribution of Alumni Occupation (M.S.)Data Source: DTTM4.4 Distribution of Alumni Occupation (Ph.D.)Data Source: DTTM4.4 Alumni: Outstanding alumni
  • Government
  • 尹承蓬,Director, Department of Railway and Highway, MOTC
  • 陳晉源,Director-General, Directorate General of Highways, MOTC
  • 龐家驊,Director-General, Bureau Of High Speed Rail, MOTC
  • 朱旭,Deputy Commissioner, Department of Rapid Transit System, TCG
  • 羅孝賢,Commissioner, Department of Transportation, TCG
  • 郭宗生,Director of Traffic Engineering Office, TCG
  • 郭振寰, Commissioner, Department of Transportation, HCG
  • Business
  • 范植谷,Deputy Managing Director, Taiwan Railway Administration
  • 李龍文,Director, Taichung Harbor Bureau
  • 陳信雄,General Manager, Taiwan High Speed Rail
  • 陳欣德,President, EVA Airline Company
  • 蔡孟峰,GM of Retail Banking Group, Taishin FHC
  • 5. Faculty profile5.1 Faculty profile5.2 Faculty recruit5.3 Faculty evaluation5.4 Faculty honor5.1 Faculty profile (1/7)5.1 Faculty profile (2/7)5.1 Faculty profile (3/7)5.1 Faculty profile (4/7)5.1 Faculty profile (5/7)5.1 Faculty profile (6/7)5.1 Faculty profile (7/7)5.2 Faculty recruit
  • Qualifications of new faculty
  • Hold a Ph.D. degree
  • Has high potential research capability.
  • For those obtaining Ph.D. degree more than five years should have published at least three SSCI or SCI journal papers within recent five years.
  • For those obtaining Ph.D. degree less than five years are preferred to have SSCI or SCI journal papers.
  • 5.3 Faculty evaluation (1/2)
  • Teaching
  • Last year the average evaluation for all courses was 4.15 out of a scale 5, of which 70% have a rating of 4 or above.
  • Any course with an evaluation below 3 will be subject to review (for both course material and lectures), though it has not happened.
  • Every year the department recommend a lecturer to compete for Teaching award and Mentor award in the University. There has been 5 teachers received Teaching awards and 5 teachers received Mentor awards.
  • 5.3 Faculty evaluation (2/2)
  • Research
  • Faculty who has published Journal papers in the previous year can receive 50% extra funding from the department.
  • Newly recruited faculty member (Assistant Professor) shall be promoted to Associate Professor within 6 years in order to get tenure.
  • 5.4 Faculty honor: Research grantsResearch Grants Awarded by National Science CouncilResearch Funded by Various Public and Private Organizations5.4 Faculty honor: Paper publication5.4 Faculty honor: Award
  • We obtain many awards from numerous public and private organizations such as…
  • National Science Council (NSC)
  • Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC)
  • Ministry of Education (MOE)
  • Chinese Management Association
  • Chinese Institute of Transportation
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