The Association of Chemical Sensors in Taiwan (ACST) is a non-profit organization founded in 1998 and chartered by the Ministry of The Interior in Taiwan. The ACST currently has more than 170 regular members and covers a broad spectrum of research fields, including chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, analytical chemistry, material sciences, mechanical engineering, electric engineering, environmental engineering, food science and so forth. To broaden our horizon, we have strategic partnerships with several international organizations as well, such as Korean Sensors Society (KSS) and Japan Association of Chemical Sensors (JACS). A major national symposium is constantly held once every year, followed by four quarterly workshops. Our ultimate goal is continuously fostering multidisciplinary advanced sensing technologies for improving the quality of life in human society and promoting academic-industrial collaborations.
What we do
- Hold an international/domestic symposium and four quarterly academic-industrial workshops annually
- Award the distinguished professors, excellent papers and potential young scientists.
- Provide members a networking platform between academia and industry
- Apply for consortium projects of academia and industry issued by MOST, Taiwan