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The College of Engineering established the "International Graduate Program of Energy and Optoelectronic Materials Program (EOMP)" in 1998. Currently, the energy-related issues have been concern due to increasing global energy consumption, and the growing demand for sustainable clean energy. In addition, the various sustainable energy materials (i.e optoelectronic materials, as well as energy storages materials) have gained more interest among the future research. Therefore, this program aims to cultivate the talents with a solid fundamental knowledge of photoelectric materials, energy storage materials, bioelectric materials battery materials, photoelectric energy conversion and energy storage materials with cross-disciplinary technologies and related applications, and the enrollment is expanded to target foreign students.