Taiwan Association of Engineering and Technology Innovation


     About TAETI

     The Taiwan Association of Engineering and Technology Innovation (TAETI) was founded in 2011 in

Taiwan at its first meeting. At present, the location of the Association is in Yunlin County.

     The Taiwan Association of Engineering and Technology Innovation (TAETI) operates for the purposes

of promoting professional engineering and technology innovation, improving related academic research,

and upgrading standards of current engineering and technology. Facing rapidly changing engineering and

technology needs and priorities, the TAETI works hard to maintain its strengths, while pursuing further

opportunities to help members. Today, TAETI has nearly 60 members, including the higher education

institutions and engineering and technology organization.



     Aims & Scope

To provide the most updated services to its members with engineering and technology innovation

    in Taiwan and all over the world.

To upgrade the qualify of current engineering and technology innovation and take care of society's needs.

.To promote research in engineering and technology innovation.

.To organize irregular academic meetings, conferences, exhibitions & other events or activities.

.To encourage cooperation among engineers and technologists and members of other professions

    concerned with engineering and technology. 

.To foster the engineering and technology development and to maintain the scientific stature with the

    international organizations for engineering and technology innovation.



     Present President


President Wen-Hsiang Hsieh

Professor, Department of Automation Engineering, National Formosa University





     Dr. Wen-Hsiang Hsieh received his B.S. degree from National Taiwan University of Science and

Technology (NTUST) in 1989, and both M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from

National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan in 1991 and 1998, respectively. His current

researches focus on mechanism design, bionics mechanisms, precision assemblies and systems,  and

automatic machinery.

     Since August 1991, he has been with the National Formosa University (NFU), Yunlin, Taiwan,

where he is currently a professor in Department of Automation Engineering. Dr. Hsieh was promoted

to be an associate professor, and a professor in 1999 and 2007, respectively.   He also served as the

Director of Technical Licensing Office in 2005/03-2006/02, and the Head of the Technology Cooperation

Division of the NFU during 2004/08-2006/02.

     Dr. Hsieh has published more than 100 papers in the areas of mechanism design, bionic mechanisms, 

recycling devices, precision machinery, etc. He has already owned twelve Chinese Invention Patents till now,

and more than eight patents are under review. Moreover, he is the first author of the books - CATIAV5

Part Design (ISBN 986-7784-40-5) and CATIAV5 NC Machining (ISBN 986-129-344-2).

     Currently Dr. Hsieh serves as the president of Taiwan Association of Engineering and Technology

Innovation (TAETI). He is also members of the Chinese Society of Mechanism and Machine Theory,

the Society of the Manufacturing Engineers (SME). Additionally, He served as a Program Chairman of

the First International conference on Engineering and Technology Innovation (ICETI2011). Committee

member of Automation 2005 (the Eighth International Conference on Automation Technology), the

Technical Chairman of ICAM2005 (2005 International Conferences on Advanced Manufacture), 

he served as the Co-Chairman of Program Committee of Automation 2007 (the Ninth International

Conference on Automation Technology). He now serves as the Editor-in-Chief of International Journal

of Engineering and Technology Innovation (IJETI), a member of the Editorial Boards in  

Recent Patents on Mechanical EngineeringJournal of EngineeringEngineering Letters,

and Journal of Advanced Research in Optimization