Our about

Since 1985

Founded in 1985 as Department of Information and Computer Education, then officially renamed to Computer Science and Information Engineering in 2006. The department offers Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degrees with special emphasis in all fields of computer science and engineering. Currently there are approximately 200 undergraduate students and 150 graduate students enrolled, and there are 18 full-time faculties.

The undergraduate students typically must score in the top 10% on the National Academic Achievement Examination to be accepted into the program. The graduate students are generally in the top quarter of their undergraduate classes. PhD graduates have mostly gone on to become faculties in other Universities in Taiwan. MS and BS graduates have mostly become computing engineers in the computing and information industries. Some are now middle managers in well-known companies including IBM, Philips, Microsoft, HTC, Acers and Asus. While some have become K-12 computer teachers, cultivating computer scientists of the next generation.

The faculty members are active researchers in their respective research field. Faculty’s research fall into one of three general fields: Computing Systems, Computer Networking, and Multimedia Systems. The department consistently receives over 15 National Science Council sponsored research grants on a yearly basis. In addition, there are several industry sponsored research projects, including a long-term collaborative project with Intel.

Degree Offer

Department Features

QS Ranking 301~400

Ranked 301~400 in 2015 QS World University Ranking Computer Science Field.

Global Vision

Department-to-department exchange student program with Department of Information Technology at Uppsasa University, Sweden (ranked 101~105 at QS ranking).

Communication Network

Network technology, wireless data communication, global networking, distributed system and information security.

Information System and Theory

Algorithm, software engineering, artificial intelligence and neural network.

Multimedia Engineering

Image processing, computer vision, multimedia system-on-chip design, information retrieval and data mining, natural language processing and speech processing.

Building Introduction

Applied Science Building
B1 Lecture hall
1F Meeting room, department of labor, professor office, and student research room
2F Professor's office, student research room, reading room, and meeting room
3F Electro-Optical Engineering
4F Electro-Optical Engineering
5F Professor's office
Building C
C203 Conference room
C208 Student research room
C209 Conference room

Contact Us

If you have any question regarding our department, feel free to contact us.

ContactBrenda Chen
AddressNo.88, Sec.4, Thingchou Road, Taipei City 11677, Taiwan (R.O.C.)



NTNU Gongguan Campus

Our department is located at "National Taiwan Normal University (Gongguan Campus)". Address No.88, Sec.4, Thingchou Road, Taipei City 11677, Taiwan (R.O.C.) Location in Campus Applied Science Building 1F, Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering


Building In-campus Location

Applied Science Building 1F



Route 1: Take MRT to Wanlong Station on Xindian Line, then go north along Roosevelt Road on foot and reach the campus in about 10 minutes. Route 2: Take MRT to Gongguan Station on Xindian Line, then go south along Roosevelt Road on foot and reach the campus in about 11 minutes.


By Bus

Take bus to "National Taiwan Normal University Branch" station. You may take the following buses into consideration. Metropolitan Transport Corporation: 0South、74、109、505、606 Shin-Shin Bus: 52、236、236Shuttle、236Night、251、251Shuttle、252、253、278、278Shuttle、290、671、BR11、BL28 Capital Bus: 284、284Express Zhinan Bus: 530、660、676 Chung Shing Bus: 280、280Express、668、675 SinDian Bus: 642、643、644、648、650、849、G13 Fuho Bus: 1551