EECS College Unveils 'Chong Hwa Lecture Hall' Spotlighting AIoT, Extending Thanks to Delta Electronics' Bruce Cheng for Support-國立成功大學永續發展SDGs

EECS College Unveils 'Chong Hwa Lecture Hall' Spotlighting AIoT, Extending Thanks to Delta Electronics' Bruce Cheng for Support

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EECS College Unveils 'Chong Hwa Lecture Hall' Spotlighting AIoT, Extending Thanks to Delta Electronics' Bruce Cheng for Support

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Mr. Bruce Cheng, an outstanding alumnus of National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) and the founder of Delta Electronics, has shown his care for the alma mater by generously supporting its development, aiming for sustained excellence. In gratitude, the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) has named its latest smart learning and conference space, equipped with IoT functions, as the "Chung-Hua Lecture Hall". On the 18th, a plaque unveiling ceremony was held with the presence of NCKU PresidentMeng-Ru  Shen and Mr. Bruce Cheng. NCKU hopes that students will not disappoint Mr. Cheng's care for the alma mater and actively enrich themselves, laying a solid foundation for their future development.


The plaque unveiling was a heartfelt affair. President Shen thanked alumnus Cheng for his generous support, highlighting his foresighted donations, including 1 million shares of Delta Electronics stock. Mr. Cheng's sharing of his entrepreneurial journey underscored the wisdom gained from adversity. President Shen emphasized the importance of updating classroom facilities to match the times and expressed profound gratitude for Mr. Cheng's ongoing support.


Mr. Cheng humbly credited NCKU for his success, expressing gratitude for their ongoing connection and the support that propelled Delta Electronics forward. He donated shares to the school post-IPO and encouraged fellow NCKU alumni at Delta Electronics to contribute, ensuring continued support. Mr. Cheng thanked NCKU for their role in Delta Electronics' growth, highlighting their practical and serious approach, and expressed confidence in their enduring partnership.


Dean Pau-Choo Chung expressed gratitude to Mr. Bruce Cheng for his longstanding support to NCKU and its College of EECS. Mr. Cheng's success in both career and social responsibility, especially in promoting environmental conservation and sustainable development, has earned him great respect. Dean Chung also thanked Mr. Cheng for his support to NCKU. Many faculty members, including Vice Deans Soon-Jyh Chang and Hung-Yu Kao, attended the plaque unveiling ceremony, demonstrating widespread appreciation for Mr. Cheng's contributions.


The Chong Hwa Lecture Hall, situated on the 4th floor of the "Genesis Building" in the Tzu-Chiang campus, opened in 2022. It functions as a smart learning and conference space, featuring AIoT and Edge Computing technologies, along with environmental control cameras. These capabilities facilitate data collection for AI training and enable real-time AI recognition and analysis via cloud computing, aiding in AI model development.


Acknowledging the bandwidth demand for cloud computing data uploads, many enterprises embrace "Edge Computing" to reduce transmission delays and bandwidth loads. The Chong Hwa Lecture Hall integrates Edge Computing devices and technologies, offering students practical exposure to industry-standard practices.


Mr. Bruce Cheng, an NCKU Electrical Engineering graduate from the Class of '48, founded Delta Electronics. Starting with TV coil manufacturing, Delta gained global recognition for its speed, quality, service, and competitive pricing. Besides corporate success, Mr. Cheng champions environmental protection, sponsoring eco-friendly activities and promoting sustainable energy. 


Mr. Cheng, a successful businessman, has demonstrated his care for his alma mater by generously donating to NCKU over the years. His contributions include funding the construction of the "Magic School of Green Technologies," endowing the "K. T. Li Technology Lecture" by donating his personal Delta Electronics shares to NCKU, and providing financial assistance for the construction of the "NCKU Delta Building" in the Tainan Science Park.
 

President  Meng-Ru Shen (center) expressed gratitude to alumni Bruce Cheng (left) for his support for the alma mater.

Alumnus Bruce Cheng (left) expressed gratitude to NCKU for its support and assistance in the development of Delta Electronics.

The Chong Hwa Lecture Hall is equipped with technology and equipment related to AIoT and Edge Computing.

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