LANDSCAPE/ 2credits/ selected

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DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE
SEMINAR ON LAND USE CONTROL/ 3credits/ selected
Papers will be assigned and discussed in class at the beginning of the term.
The main themes of the course are: 1. Urban land use control; 2. Rural land use
control; 3.Conflicts and resolutions of land uses; 4. Basic legal principles of
land use control; 5. Compensations for land use controls; 6. Historical origins of
zoning; 7. Land use control by zoning; 8. Flexible zoning; 9. Growth
management; 10. Transferable development rights; 11. Land use control for
preservation of natural resources; 12. Economic analysis of land use control.
(Sheang-Bor Lin)
ENGINEERING MECHANICS(1)、(2)/ 3credits/ required
1.Statics including: Basic Principles, force equilibrium, moment equilibrium,
vector analysis, centroid, moment of inertia, frames, trusses, cables, and energy
method; 2.Mechanics of Material including: Stress and Strain, indeterminant
structures, bending stress, torsional stress, beam deflections, Column circles,
moment area method.
SPECIAL TOPICS FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT/ 2credits/
selected
1.Introduce the case study on the rationalization of construction methods; 2.
The case study on the advanced rationalization of construction methods and
introduce the interaction and integration of 'design' and 'construction'; 3.
Introduce projects construction and management by case study on high rise
building;4. Illustrate building development by case study on 921 earthquake
reconstruction project; 5. Discuss in the design methods and integration by case
study on the enterprise headquarter project;6. Introduce building systems by
case study on the oversea trip project.
PRACTICES OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION/ 3credits/ selected
The objectives of this course are to be acquainted with knowledge and skills
of building construction, building analysis, building conservation and building
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destruction in Building Life Circle. Moreover, the emphasis of the course is on
the study of professional problems in construction sites。Students should provide
case analyses for each topic with a certain kind of construction issues or
arguments. They are required to complete a thorough report towards
architectural practice or thesis. Students will visit the construction site, analyze
the particularity of it, and Learn and discuss from the experts' lectures.
THE HISTORY OF CHINESE ARCHITECTURE/ 2credits/
required
From the viewpoints of history, architecture is a mirror of human's
socio-culture. It reflects a certain kind of place constructed by a certain group of
people for their own socio-culture in a certain time and space. In this sense,
when we try to understand architecture, we hope to understand what kind of
place was built, why it was built, how it was built, when it was built, where it
was built and who built it. Based on this, the history of architecture can be seen
as the process of the transformation of architecture built and then used by
humans for their own needs. Therefore, the main purpose of this course is to
interpret the relationship between the transformations of Chinese Architecture
and their socio-cultural meanings, so as to let students to widen their views on
the history of Chinese Architecture. The outline of this course is then planned as
follows: 1. The definition of the history of Chinese Architecture; 2. The
language of Chinese Architecture in organized space; 3. The language of
Chinese Architecture in built form; 4. The origin of Chinese Architecture and its
early development from Neolithic Times to Han Dynasty; 5. The transmission of
Buddhist religion from western to China and the cultural exchanges between the
East and the West from East Han Dynasty to Sung Dynasty; 6. The urban
settings and civic life from Tang Dynasty to Ching Dynasty; 7. The delicate
life and Chinese gardens from Sung Dynasty to Ching Dynasty; 8. The
construction norms and the official system from Sung Dynasty to Ching
Dynasty; 9. Various ethnics and their traditional houses during Ching Dynasty.
SEMINAR ON HISTORY OF CHINESE ARCHITECTURE/
3credits/ selected
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This course focuses on the Correlation between culture and traditional
architecture in the context of Yin-Yang Wu-Shin and Fung-Sui
theroy.1.Originality of locus and its evolution; 2.Application and development
of locus in Yintomb (YinZhai), Yang house (YangZhai) and city; 3.Case study
analysis and elucidation.
SPECIAL TOPICS IN BUILT-OPERATE OF PUBLIC BUILDING
PROJECT/ 3credits/ selected
In recent years, BOT (Build-Operate-Transfer) has become the most popular
method in the development of public works. However, unlike what we expect,
many projects in Taiwan face a variety of difficulties because of the complexity
of the BOT model. Under this circumstance, this course focuses on the different
aspects of BOT model, such as its executive mechanism, its regulations, its
contracts, its risks and its financial problems. In this way, we hope that students
can understand this innovative delivery method of public buildings better.
DESIGN OF WOOD STRUCTURES/ 3credits/ selected
1.Wood buildings; 2.Design Load; 3.Behavior of Structure under Loads and
Forces; 4.Properties of Wood and Lumber Grades; 5.Beam Design; 6.Axial
Forces and Combined Bending and Axial Forces; 7.Horizontal Diaphragms;
8.Shear Walls; 9.Design of Wood Connection; 10.Advanced Topics in Lateral
Force Design.
INTRODUCTION
TO
RESTORATION
STRUCTURES/ 3credits/ selected
OF
TIMBER
The course introduces 1.the international trend on conservation of cultural
heritage; 2.the structure types of historic buildings and the approaches of
assessment; 3.the failure modes and restoration techniques of historic buildings.
In order to establish the practical and sufficient background for students, the
course is introduced by means of literature research, technical analysis and case
studies.
SPECIAL TOPICS ON TAIWANESE ARCHITECTURE IN
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JAPANESE PERIOD/ 3credits/ selected
In the past, Taiwanese architecture built during the Japanese Period didn't
receive much attention in spite that there are many outstanding buildings. As
inseparable part of the urban history in Taiwan, the meaning of Taiwanese
architecture built in the Japanese Period cannot be ignored. The main contents
of this course will be the introduction and discussion of architecture of various
categories built during the Japanese Period.
THE SPECIAL TOPICS OF TRADITIONAL ARTCHITECTURE
IN TAIWAN/ 3credits/ selected
Based on the definition of 'tradition', the traditional architecture in Taiwan
could be basically divided into two groups. The first was the various kinds of
traditional architecture built by different kinds of ethnic aborigines in Taiwan,
and the second was the traditional architecture built by Chinese immigrants who
moved from the southeastern part of China gradually to Taiwan, after they
reconstructed their own traditional societies. The former could be called
'Astronesian Traditional Architecture in Taiwan', based on the classification of
Astronesian language. The later could be called 'Han Traditional Architecture in
Taiwan', based on the classification of Han language. Therefore, the main
purpose of this course is mainly to discuss the theory and principle on
Traditional Architecture in Taiwan, and then based on relative studies, which
have been done until now, to let students to widen their views on the study of
Traditional Architecture in Taiwan. These discussions will be benefited to
students to have a better system for the study of Traditional Architecture in
Taiwan in the future.
SPECIAL
TOPICS
ON
TAIWANESE
VERNACULAR
SETTLEMENTS AND BUILDINGS/ 3credits/ selected
To approach the study of Taiwanese vernacular settlements and buildings, this
course is introduced based on the following questions: 1. Why do we study the
Traditional Taiwanese Settlement Architecture? 2. How to get into the field of
the Traditional Taiwanese Settlement Architecture? 3. What projects can be
concerned? How to incise the projects? 4. The researching methods, tools, skills,
and point of view of the Traditional Settlement Architecture; 5. The selection for
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researching space-time: region, ethnos, time and event, settlement hierarchy; 6.
The mindset on geography, ethnology, anthropology, and history; 7. The texture
and content of the Settlement Architecture.
THE STRATEGY FOR SUSTAINABLE HEALTHY BUILDING/
3credits/ selected
The goal of this course is to: 1. Explore sustainable and health related
subjects to increase accumulated information; 2. Analyze the technical level of
sustainable building, ecology building, green building and healthy building both
domestic and abroad; 3. Understand the framework of sustainable unit and
implementation mechanism。The course outline includes: 1. Introduction of
sustainable architecture; 2. Ecology architecture in North Europe; 3. Green
campus; 4. The development of green building; 5. Healthy building; 6. The
strategy of Sustainable Building in Taiwan.
EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING/ 3credits/ required
1.Basic principles in ground motion; 2.World seismicity; 3.Taiwan seismicity;
4.Regression analysis; 5.Structure response; 6.Probability analysis; 7.Modal
analysis; 8. Latest development.
MULTI MEADIA ART/ 2credits/ selected
This course focuses on the theory and the making of media art. (The main
theme is the artistic trends after the twentieth century)1. Collage art; 2. Image
art; 3. Multi-media painting; 4. Installation Art.
HISTORY OF WESTERN ARCHITECTURE/ 2credits/ required
The development of Western civilization is closely related to Western
architecture, and architecture of one generation is influenced by previous
generations. This course will cover the architectural changes from ancient Egypt
to neo-Classical period. In addition to the appreciation of the architectural
masterpieces, the course is also aimed to provide students with lessons and
experiences from the history and their application to other realms.
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ADVANCED TOPICS
3credits/ selected
OF
DWELLING
ENVIRONMENTS/
This course helps students to promote the knowledge of dwelling
environment planning, especially about issues associated with domestic
phenomena. The main contents of the course are as follows: 1.Theories and
history about dwelling; 2.Issues of dwelling environment in urban design;
3.Function requirements and usage behavior about dwelling environment;
4.Special types of dwelling; 5.Sustainable dwelling environment.
STRUCTURAL DESIGNOF BUILDINGS/ 3credits/ required
Building system, loading, seismic loading, wind loading, stress analysis,
usage of etabs program, steel materials, two force member, beam design,
column design, beam-column behavior, connection design, usage of stead
program.
STUDENT LABOR PROGRAM (1) 、(2)、(3)/ 0credits/ required
This course requires students to provide services to our society. Students
should learn how to collaborate with others in teamwork.
OIL PAINTINGS/ 1credits/ selected
1.Recognize the greasepaint(Introduce the properties of greasepaint by
drawing objects at rest from life); 2.Confering on the nature of painting(direct
students to the right way of oil painting without the expression of the
exaggerating techniques); 3.The understanding of colors and the expressions of
emotions.
PAINTING CREATION/ 1credits/ selected
1.Forms and colors (practice by painting the human bodies); 2.The space
aspect of painting (discuss the different thinking of arts between 2d & 3d); 3.
Specific and abstract expressions.
COMMUNITY PLANNING/ 2credits/ required
The objective of this course is to provide domain knowledge about housing
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design and Urban planning. The content is outlined with respect to facility
planning techniques, planning theory, and workshops.
HISTORY OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE/ 2credits/ required
This lecture focuses mainly on the development of modern architecture in
19th. And 20th. centuries. in european and american architecture. Analysis and
interpretation of masterpieces of great architects will help students more
understanding about problems and the essence of architecture.
TENDENCY AND THEORY OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE/
2credits/ selected
This lecture focuses mainly on the ideas and theories of architecture in 19th.
And 20th. centuries. The contents of urban problem are also one of the main
issues.
SEMINAR ON ROOM ACOUSTICS/ 3credits/ selected
1.Sound Propagation in room; 2.Reverberation Time; 3.Sound Articulation;
4.Impact Response; 5.Spaciouness, Inter Aural Cross Correlation; 6.Support;
7.Acoustics Performance Measurement in Concert Hall; 8.Acoustics
Performance Assessment In Concert Hall; 9.Case Study.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM/ 3credits/ selected
1.The rationalization of the building system; 2. The relationship between
technology and the construction system; 3. The relationship of construction to
other technology systems; 4.Analyze the elements of construction; 5. The types
of construction systems; 6. The application of construction systems.
QUALITY CONTROL OF
3credits/ selected
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION/
1.Introduce the integration in each phase of construction systems; 2. The
procedure in quality control; 3. The quality control system of construction;
4.To visit the building material testing lab.; 5. The operation of the building
material test.
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SPECIAL TOPICS ON THE
ARCHITECTURE/ 3credits/ selected
ADAPTIVE
REUSE
IN
Due to the exhaustion of the earth resources and the rise of the environmental
protection, the adaptive reuse will become one of the mainstreams of the
twentieth first century architectural movement. And the application of the
adaptive reuse will not be limited to historical buildings. Many modern
buildings can also improve their outdated equipments and qualities through the
adaptive reuse process and achieve their sustainability. This course will review
the development the adaptive reuse and discuss issues by means of examples
and cases.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATION/ 2credits/ selected
Main professor student of this curriculum of outline of curriculum
understands the importance of the quotation of the building, and the main theme
that professor student construction, each engineering item quotation it
practice.Main outline is as follows:1.Construct the essentials of the
quotation
;2.Analysis
of
the
expenses
of
the
construction
engineering;3.Category and the basis of the quotation of the quotation of the
construction engineering;4.Suppose engineering inside permit and
estimation;5.File soil engineering inside permit and estimation;6.Construction
body engineering inside permit and estimation;7.Decorate the engineering
inside permit and estimation ;8.Waterproof of roof hot engineering inside permit
and estimation;9.The engineering of doors and windows inside permit and
estimation;10. Electrician's distance of the water inside permit and estimation;11.
The engineering of the fire fight inside permit and estimation;12. The
engineering of the air condition inside permit and estimation;13. Weak
electrician's distance inside permit and estimation;14. The engineering of the
landscape inside permit and estimation ;15. Other.
ASSESSMENT
selected
OF
BUILDING
CONSTRUCTION/
3credits/
Course Objectives: 1.The objectives are to be acquainted with knowledge and
skills like computer aided needed for assessment of several types of buildings to
make appropriate strategy for firms. Furthermore, the graduate students would
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practice for well managers in company operation; 2.Course Description: Basic
skills of assessment, The experts' lectures, Practice with instances, Trains and
exercises of computer system, Paying a visit to the construction site, Case
analyses with building construction assessment.
BUILDING MATERIALS/ 2credits/ required
1.Recognize the properties and quality of building materials and the industry
regulations; 2.Introduce the fundamental architecture principles and the main
ideas of building material application; 3.Impart students the basic concepts of
building material application.
ARCHITECTURAL MATERIAL & APPLICATION/ 2credits/
selected
1.The properties, regulations, classification systems, product standards and
structure types of building materials; 2. The inspection system in the procedure
and quality control of building materials; 3.Introduce new materials and
construction technique.
FIRE_PREVENTION AND BUILDING SAFETY/ 2credits/ selected
Main building of the tuition of this curriculum of outline of
security-curriculum of fire prevention of building prevents fire in the counter
plan of the fire prevention of the building design, through process of the
occurrence of the fire, the tuition prevents the counter plan of the fire
prevention of the fire of the building, guaranteeing the security of building
then.Main outline is as follows:1.Principle and fire of the combustion;
2.Construct the process that fire take place and prevent fire the counter
plan;3.The fire of the building lights a fire the period it to prevent the counter
plan;4.Construct the fire the growth the period it to prevent the counter
plan;5.Construct prosperous period of the fire it to prevent the counter
plan;6.Constructing of the fire reduces the period it to prevent the counter
plan;7.The characteristic of the fire prevention of the material of the
building;8.Construct the fire fight the equipments the essentials and
function;9.The building prevents to postpone to burn its principle;10.Construct
fire-proof principle.
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INTRODUCTION TO DISASTER PREVENTING OF BUILDING/
2credits/ selected
The objective of this course is: 1.A brief introduction to the types of building
disaster occurred frequently in Taiwan. Conferring on causes, prevent strategy
and
emergency
planning;2.Clarifying
the
building
construction
proceeding;3.Giving guidance to avoid accident and save life within a disaster。
The course outline includes: 1.It can be classified into two parts in Disaster
Preventing of Building. That is natural hazard and man-made disaster. The
natural hazard could be defined into snow, water, wind and electricity and the
man-made disaster could be defined into fire accident, construction calamity,
pollution, and explosion and so on;2.Introducing to the main agency of
administration, saving-disaster and training with Laws and decrees about saving
and preventing hazard。Meeting format: 1.Lecturing will be a main format
during the curriculum and multimedia teaching will be an aid. Instances could
be the material of discussing; 2.Case analyses should be done in group of
students.
BUILDING CODE/ 2credits/ selected
Outline of courses: 1.The fundamental recognition of codes; 2. The
fundamental recognition of architectural codes; 3. The exposition for the
contents of major architectural codes.
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT OF ARCHITECTURE(1)/ 2credits/
required
1.indoor comfortable environment; 2.outdoor environment-temperature,
humidity, wind, rainfall, insolation; 3.heat transmit; 4.humidity and dew; 5.air
quality and essential air exchange; 6.energy saving strategy.
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT OF ARCHITECTURE (2)/ 2credits/
required
Course outline: 1. Introduction to physical environment of architecture; 2.
Indoors air environment (Ventilate and aeration, IAQ, VOCs and green building
material.); 3.Building acoustics environment (The prevention of building noise
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and vibrate, evaluation index for Building audio condition, interior audio
design.); 4.Lighting; 5. Touring on the survey instrument for interior
environment (Sustainable green campus); 6. Sustainable School; 7. Sustainable
Building.
THEORY ON ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION/ 3credits/
required
Architectural conservation is a discipline of high complexity. And it is not
merely equal to the restoration of the old buildings. It also involves issues on
social, cultural, artistic and urban aspects. There even exists so-called
conservation ethics. This course will discuss the theoretical structure of
Architectural conservation and clarify problems which conservationists will
encounter.
BULIDING CONSTRUCTION/ 1credits/ required
The construction of the building main professor student of this building
construction of outline of curriculum understand construct can really carry out
to the construction quality of the building then, and to building the main theme
that construction qualityon to practice and review.Main outline is as follows:1.
The special that building construct;2. Construct the importance of the request of
the construction quality ;3. Constructing the request of the step of the
construction and basis establishes;4. On trial the material of the building and
quality;5. The building constructs and tries to make ;6. The procedure that
building construct.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION/
3credits/ selected
1.Introduce the construction application technique in the process of building
development; 2. Case study on the high raises building construction and
illustrates the meaning of construction project management; 3. Illustrate the
concepts of project management of construction by projecting the films that
record the building construction process; 4. Construction sites visiting; 5. Group
discussion on the special subjects of construction project management.
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SPECIAL TOPICS ON BUILDING RESEARCH (1)/ 1credits/
required
The goal of this course is: 1. The subject provides students the various latest
professional views and theories of architecture; 2. Through the interaction
between students, the integration of professional and practical field can be
achieved; 3. This integration can help students to find their research goals and
means to reach it. Teaching outline: 1.Lecture; 2. Thesis instructing; 3.
Discussion.
SPECIAL TOPICS ON BUILDING RESEARCH (2)/ 1credits/
required
Course outline: 1. Various latest professional views and theories of
architecture; 2.Combine scientific theory with industry from different aspects; 3.
To search research topics from the current trend of architecture.
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN(1)、(2)/ 3credits/ required
Reminders for architecture freshmen: 1. Meaning of design; 2. Aesthetics of
tools, materials, and function; 3. Formal composition; 4. Light and space; 5.
Place: atmosphere and characters; 6. An architectural project.
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN(3)、(4)/ 4credits/ selected
This course is aimed to for teaching basic architectural design disciplines.
The students will be divided into several design groups and directed by different
instructors to explore important architectural issues from various approaches.
The essential issues include: 1. Interactions among activities/ behaviors and
form/ space; 2. Arrangement of functions; 3. Knowledge of Construction; and 4.
Skill of presentation.
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN(5)、(6)/ 4credits/ required
The objective of the junior design studio is for students to learn how to
integrate a variety of architectural disciplines into a building system. Spatial
organization, building forms, and urban context are the major criteria for junior
design studios.
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN(7)、(8)/ 4credits/ required
This course is the final stage of design in undergraduate program. Each or a
group of students are obliged to select the topic of design developing programs
with the help of advisers. Design concepts and handling of sites and
environment are main concerns.
SEMINAR ON BUILDING SERVICES (1)、(2)/ 3credits/ selected
1.HVAC on High-rise Building; 2.Plambing on High-rise Building; 3.Health
Exam on Building Service systems; 4.Solar Heater&Solar cell Application;
5.Building Equipments in the age of Building Stock; 6.The Control of
Legionellosis in Building Service Systems; 7.The SARS impact to HVAC and
Plumbing; 8.The Issues on Sustainable Development in Building Services;
9.Reuse of Rain Water and Gray Water.
SPECIAL TOPICS ON BUILDING STRUCTURES/ 1credits/
required
1.Invited Speakers; 2.Master thesis progress reports; 3. Doctoral dissertation
progress report.
INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE/ 2credits/ selected
1.Introduction: Human, Architecture, and the Environment; 2. The areas of
architecture and their relationship to other academic fields; 3. In search of
meanings of and in architecture; 4. Architecture and people: messages from
some key books; 5. Architecture and the environment; 6. Equipment and
facilities in architecture; 7. Structural requirement and expression in
architecture; 8. Building construction: how buildings are made; 9. Architecture
and the city I: urban life, architecture and the city; 10. Urban design; 11.
Architectural programming and management; 12. Regarding form and
aesthetics; 13. History and theory of architecture; 14. The architectural practice.
SURVEY AND ANALYSIS METHODS FOR ARCHITECTURE
INFORMATION/ 2credits/ selected
This course is designed to acquaint graduate students with topics in survey
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and analysis methods for architecture information.The methods of gathering,
manipulating, describing, and making inferences for existing information of
architecture project life cycle will be studied. The scientific Thinking about
observation and experimentation, the quantitative analysis methods including
variance, regression and time series procedures, and the qualitative analysis
methods including semantic differential, multiple criteria evaluation procedures
will be presented and discussed.
ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS/ 2credits/ required
The course aims at facilitates students with fundamental knowledge and skills
of architectural drawing to express design concepts and projects. It consists of
the following sections: 1. Drafting concepts; 2. Lifework and lettering; 3.
Orthographic drawing; 4. Perspectives; 5. Conventional drawings- elevations,
floor plans, and sections; 6. Model study.
ARCHITECTURAL MANAGEMENT/ 2credits/ selected
Outline of courses: 1.The architectural works; 2. The various roles of
construction engineering; 3.The introduction for the works of an architect; 4.
The purchase of construction engineering.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION(1)、(2)/ 2credits/ required
The subject of Building Construction is both belong to applied science and
engineering technology. It is focused on the method of building construction
and the technology of construction. Architects can take material, dynamics,
building codes, building method and technology to build a wonderful
architecture.1.Course Description: A building structural unit system can be
defined with two parts as building-body and non-building-body. The building
body can also be parted with structure system and non-structure system. And the
non-structure system is external wall, interior wall, doors and windows and
facilities. On the other hand, there are foundation, pillar, beam, plate, wall,
rooftop, stairs, doors and windows and decoration in the construction unit
system. The course will provide students with a systematic understanding of
building construction system; 2.Meeting format: Lecturing will be a main
format during the curriculum and multimedia teaching will be an aid, Students
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are expected to be familiar with the course material prior to class, Practicing
with investigation of building units, Emphasizing on the ability of integrating
topics students learn from this course.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PRACTICE (1)/ 1credits/ required
1.Working drawing, 2. Construction detail working drawing, 3. Construction
specification writing.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PRACTICE (2)/ 1credits/ required
1.Working drawing; 2. Construction detail working drawing; 3. Construction
specification writing; 4. Rrebar wiring model project; 5. Building construction
practice.
INTEGRADE DESIGN BETWEEN BUILDING ELEMENTS AND
BUILDING SERVICES/ 3credits/ selected
1.Quality Management in Building Design; 2.Interfaces between Building
Engineering and Building Services in Planning Stage; 3.Interfaces between
B.E.&B.S. in Basic Design Stage; 4.Interfaces between B.E.&B.S. in
Renovation Stage; 7.Case Studies.
ARCHITECTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (1)、(2)/
4credits/ required
This course is about spatial creativity under all kinds of environmental
restriction and limitation. An architect's professional task is to design through
the disciplines of art and technical aspects, and to comprehend the
communication of different issues between the user and the architect, to review
the design content and the effectiveness of its execution base on the analysis of
the existing context and formality. The course will explore these issues through
different design and planning exercises.
SYSTEMS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL/ 2credits/ required
1.HVAC Systems in Building; 2.Plumbing Systems in Building; 3.Fire
Protection, Escape Design and Fire Extinguishing Systems; 4.Electrics and
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Lighting Systems; 5.Transportation Systems in Building; 6.Planning on
Building Service Systems.
COMPUTER APPLICATION/ 2credits/ required
This course introduces basic computer technology and tools in architectural
design. Basic computer techniques will be introduced. Some basic Computer
applications are taught including Photoshop, AutoCAD, and Flash.
MUSIC & ARCHITECTURE/ 2credits/ selected
Music reflects the social tempo and energy. When the surrection of historical
environment becomes impossible, historical music helps to understand the
interplay of cultural and environment. Based on historical performance, this
course discusses topics as follows: 1. Classical Greek and Roman music; 2.
Proto Christian and Byzantium; 3. Romanesque and gothic; 4. Medieval folk
music; 5. Renaissance; 6. Mannerism and pro-baroque; 7. Italian baroque; 8.
German and French baroque; 9.the beginning of classical; 10. Romantic style;
11. Operas and Chinese operas; 12. Nationalism; 13. Modernism.
ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS/ 3credits/ selected
1.Matrix, Eigenvalue, Orthogonal matrix, Diagonalization, Least square;
2.Fourier series and Boundary-value problems; 3. Applications of Laplace and
Fourier trasform; 4.Partial differential equations.
ADVANCED BUILDING MATERIALS/ 3credits/ selected
1.The classification systems of building materials; 2. The character of
building material mechanics; 3. The materials in macro-structure and
micro-structure phase; 4. Fireproofing building materials; 5. The health and
comfortable circumstance building materials; 6. The codes and regulations in
the procedure of construction inspection; 7. The regulations and inspection
technique in building materials; 8. The inspection system on new building
materials and construction technique; 9. Introduce the building green materials,
ecological building materials and special building materials.
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ADVANCED BUILDING CONSTRUCTION/ 3credits/ selected
1.The opening of the deep foundation; 2.The observation system for the deep
foundation; 3.The introduction for steel construction.
THE DIAGOSIS AND APPLICATION OF HEALTHY BUILDING/
3credits/ selected
The goal of this course is: 1. To know the content of Healthy Building; 2.
How to diagnose and monitor the indoor environment; 3. Obtain more
knowledge about the diagnostic technique and application of Healthy Building;
4. Practice the design of healthy indoor environment. Teaching outline: 1.
Healthy Building (Healthy Indoor Environment); 2. The important factors in
indoor environmental diagnosis; 3. The diagnostic methods of indoor
environmentl4. The case study about diagnose of indoor environment; 5. The
case study about improvement of indoor environment; 6. The introduction about
indoor environmental diagnostic instruments and techniques.
SPECIAL TOPICS/ 0credits/ required
Course outline: Topics on Building Environment Control.
SPECIAL TOPICS OF ARCHITECTURE DESIGN/ 0credits/
required
This course invites professional architects and scholars for undergraduate
students. Students are required
to attend a series of Lectures for discussion.
DESIGN COMPUTATION AND COGNITION/ 2credits/ selected
This course will give a framework about theories of design computation and
approaches of design cognition, including the combination of artificial
intelligence and algorithms, the application of cognitional psychology and the
relative researches.
SPECIAL TOPICS ON URBAN LIFE ENVIRONMENT/ 3credits/
selected
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Urban life environment is close to people. The cities in Taiwan are very
different from the cities of America、Europe and Japan. So it is not easy to
realize how to consider the issues of Taiwan's cities. The object of this course is
to let students realize the characteristics and problems of Taiwan's cities, and the
ideas and methods how to create urban life environment of Taiwan's cities, by
means of giving the lessons of the characteristics and factors of urban life
environment、the characteristics of urban life style and mixed-use of residences
and commerce's、the redevelopment of historical areas.
THEORY OF URBAN FORM/ 3credits/ selected
This course provides advanced knowledge for analysis of Urban spaces. The
course has two parts: lectures and seminars. The course contents include:1. The
analysis of urban space organization; 2. The evolution pattern of western cities;
3. Space construction of traditional Chinese Cities; 4. The time-space pattern of
city development in Taiwan.
URBAN CONSERVATION AND REGENERATION/ 3credits/
selected
The objective of this course is to let students realize the ideas and methods of
renew of the old downtown areas in Taiwan, by means of the study of six
topics in old downtown area, including the conservation of historical areas and
buildings, urban design, urban life style, prevention of urban disasters, fire
prevention of buildings, traffics and parking.
INTRODUCTION TO URBAN PLANNING/ 2credits/ required
1.Introduction; 2.Trends in urban planning; 3.Urban development analysis;
4.Policy planning; 5.Urban populations; 6.Urban economy; 7.Urban
environment; 8.Urban activities; 9.Urban social welfare; 10.Urban hazard
control; 11.Spatial development planning; 12.Plan evaluation; 13.Urban design;
14.Urban development control.
THEORY OF URBAN DESIGN(1)、(2)/ 3credits/ selected
This course facilitates students with the ability to read and interpret urban
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form, which is significant to the analysis of urban context and of the process of
urban development. The course consists of eight major sections, rich with
color slides (3200) and ppt. slides (704): 1. The social-cultural context of urban
fabrics; 2. Baroque idea of urban planning and design; 3. Theory and practice of
the New Urbanism; 4. Characteristics of high-rise and high-density cities- the
case of Hong Kong; 5. Theory and practice of mixed use development; 6. In
search of urban character and image; 7. Housing types and their spatial
structures in urban areas; 8. Taiwan City's urban design plan.
INTRODUCING URBAN DESIGN/ 2credits/ selected
1.Introduction: is urban design the way out of our urban difficulties?
Architecture and the city: the contributions and limits of design to the city; 2.
Taiwan's planning system and endemic urban problems/ Taiwan's building
control and urban design review system; 3. The essence and concerns of urban
design; 4. Urban design principles: from theory to practice; 5. Richness and
appropriateness: the townscape school; 6. The image of the city: Lynch's theory
and plans; 7. Place and variety: theory and projects and C. Alexander; 8.
Accessibility and robustness: J. Jacob and W. Whyte; 9. Urban design and
conservation; 10. Sustainable urban and environmental design; 11. Art, Culture
and urban space; 12. The need of the elderly, women, children, and the needed
ones and urban design; 13. Humane design for movement; 14. Participation in
urban design/ community movement; 15. Retrospect: linking theory with
practice/ the roles of urban designers.
SEMINAR ON CITY & ARCHITECTURE/ 3credits/ selected
A context-based critical course focuses on four aspects: historical buildings,
urban spaces, zeitgeist, and construction techniques. Outline as follows: 1.
Classical roman urban ideas; 2. From heavenly Jerusalem to Civitas Dei and
monasticism; 3. On medieval cities; 4. La Serenissima-Venezia; 5. Hansatic
cities; 6. Humanism and Firenze; 7. Firenze of fifteenth century; 8. Vicenza and
Roma of sixteenth century; 9. urban reform of Roma from Sixtus Ⅳ to
AlexandraⅦ; 10. Neoclassical Torino and Roma.
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SPECIAL TOPICS ON DESIGN COMPUTING METHODS/
3credits/ selected
1.Introduction; 2.Design Method/development of CAAD theory; 3.
Geographic Information Systems; 4.Propositional Logic; 5. First Order Logic;
6. Fuzzy Set Theory; 7. Knowledge Base system; 8. Non-monotonic Reasoning;
9. Machine Learning and Artificial Neural Network; 10. Fractal and Complex
Systems; 11. Genetic Algorithm; 12. Cellular Automata and Artificial Life; 13.
System Simulation and Games.
LANDSCAPE/ 2credits/ selected
1.Space and its Relation to Landscape Shaping; 2.Feng-shui - the Oriental
Environment Thinking; 3.Water in relation to Landscape Creation and
Modification; 4.Multi-significance Greens; 5.Ecology and Landscape; 6.Site
Study in accordance with above Themes.
SURVEYING/ 2credits/ required
The purposes of this course are: to teach student a basic principle of
surveying, the kinds of surveying, what kinds the error will be shown out during
surveying and how to evaluate the result of surveying, the stages of surveying.
That basic knowledge can be used in architecture .1. Introduction; 2. Distance
Measurement; 3. Leveling Measurement; 4. Theodolite Measurement; 5.
Traversing Measurement; 6. Control Survey; 7. Topographic Surveys; 8.
Cadastral Survey; 9. Construction survey; 10. The new technique and
principle of Surveying.
STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS/ 2credits/ selected
1.Basic principles in wind engineering and earthquake engineering; 2.Frame
structure analysis and application; 3. 3D structures for large span buildings; 4.
High-rise buildings; 5.base isolation; 6. Energy consumption methods; 7.
Structure failure analysis.
MATRIX METHOD OF STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/ 3credits/
required
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1.Review of Matrix Algebra; 2.Stiffness and Flexibility; 3.Trusses Analysis
Using Displacement Method; 4.Analysis of Beams and Frames Using
Displacement Method; 5.Direct Element Method of Truss Analysis; 6.Direct
Element Method of Frame Analysis; 7.Plane Grid Analysis-Direct Element
Method; 8.Ultimate Analysis of rigid Frame; 9.Ultimate Analysis of Plane Grid
Structure; 10.Force Method (Flexibility Method); 11.Methods of Parts;
12.Introduction to Finite Element Method.
DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES/ 3credits/ required
1.Equation of motion; 2. Free Vibration; 3.Steady state response; 4.Damping
effects; 5.Transfer Function; 6.MDOF systems; 7. Matrix method; 8. Model
tests
STRUCTURAL MECHANICS/ 3credits/ required
1.Fundamentals (loads, reactions, determinacy and stability); 2.Analysis of
Statically Determinate Trusses; 3.Analysis of Determinate Beams and Frames;
4.Deflections; 5.Analysis of Indeterminate Structures; 6.Displacement Method
of Analysis: Slope-Deflection Equations; 7.Approximate analysis of Statically
Indeterminate Structures.
INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE(1): INTERACTIVE MEDIA/
2credits/ selected
This course introduces the notion of ubiquitous computing and
human-computer interaction. Advanced techniques in laser pointer interaction
will be introduced in the context of construction of ubiquitous media spaces.
This course focuses on the integration of multimedia applications. A set of
experimental studies will be undertaken to explore information space design.
COMPUTER-AIDED
selected
ARCHITECTURAL
DESIGN/
2credits/
The main issue of this CAAD course is to introduce relative digital tools,
which enhance architectural design thinking and making. Students will
manipulate those software or hardware. The contents of this course include 1.
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3D and 4D digital modeling; 2. Rendering; 3. Lighting and Material; 4.
Animation; 5. Virtual Reality.
COMPUTER AIDED ARCHITECTRAL DRAFTING/ 2credits/
selected
Computer technologies are applied to the field of Computer Aided Drafting
and the new ideas and technologies of CAAD has been greatly developed. This
course will provide students the principles of how to manipulate computer aided
drafting and be acquainted with those CAD software. Through the exercises of
manipulation and shop drawing, students will learn how to enhance the
efficiency of manipulating computer aid drafting and managing digital drawing
files.
SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (1)/ 3credits/
selected
The course will focus on the advanced digital design approach by applying
CAD/CAM technology, rapid prototype, and digital fabrication to architectural
design.
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN/ 3credits/
selected
Computer Aided Design (CAD) has become a new developing field of
application and research in Architecture. Architecture practice also needs such
kind of novel tool and design methods. Especially, after the computer
application to the professional architecture field, the technologies of computer
aided design get numbers of enormous breakthroughs recently. This course will
guide students to realize developments of computer aided design and understand
relative theories. Therefore, students can improve the abilities of application
and research in CAD.
COMPUTER AIDED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/ 1credits/ selected
1.Basic Matrix Method; 2. Basic SAP2000 format; 3.Example 1: Plane
Frame; 4.Example 2:Special Structures and Loadings; 5.Modelling technique; 6.
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Advanced Modeling technique; 7. Example 3:Dynamic Loading; 8. Example
4:Finite Element Analysis.
PLANNING OF GREEN BUILDING/ 2credits/ selected
1.The history of green architecture development; 2.Green architecture
evaluation system; 3.Case study of green architecture design.
THEORY AND PRACTICE OF GREEN BUILDING DESIGN/
3credits/ selected
1.Life cycle of green architecture; 2.Green architecture of hot and humid
climate; 3.Life cycle evaluation; 4.Ecological energy saving design;
5.Evaluation of CO2 reduction; 6.Ventilation design of subtropical zone;
7.Green illumination design.
SITE PLANNING/ 2credits/ selected
1.Introduction; 2.Site survey and analysis; 3.Land use and the user analysis;
4.Access system; 5.Urban open space; 6.Exterior space in architecture;
7.Planning and development on the slope; 8.Community planning;
9.Commercial center planning; 10.Recreation district planning; 11.Detail
design; 12.Executing and control of planning.
DIGITAL MEDIA IN ARCHITECTURE/ 2credits/ selected
This course attempts to integrate physical and virtual worlds in order to create
the digital media spaces of the future. Students will require to present case
studies, creative work, and research papers.
DESIGN PROGRAMMING DESIGN/ 3credits/ selected
This course is a collaborative exploration of the artistic potentials of digital
media with an emphasis on the programming skills necessary to create
interactive digital artworks. Students will focus on using DBN and Processing
as the learning and authoring environments. The course is organized in two
threads: a technical thread and a philosophical thread. In the technical thread,
the instructor gives lectures on computer programming fundamentals and
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students learn through in-class exercises and after-class assignments. In the
philosophical thread, the instructor and students participate on-line discussions
and debates on selected
issues of interactive digital artifacts. These two threads twist together and form
the main flow of this course.
NOISE AND VIBRATION CONTROL/ 2credits/ selected
1.Noise measurement; 2.Noise Criteria; 3.Noise Propagation and Noise
Reduction; 4.Sound Absorption of Building Components; 5.Noise Insulation of
Building Elements; 6.Noise Mask of Machine; 7.National Noise Standard;
8.Noise Control of Building Equipments; 9.Vibration Control of Building
Equipments; 10Noise Barrier Design; 11.Exercise.
HISTORIC PRESERVATION AND URBANISM/ 3credits/ required
This course focuses on the issues of historic preservation since the Second
World War. The elements of urban conservation and the relation between urban
design and historic reservation are the main concern of this course.
THE
PRESERVATION
TECHNIQUE
BUILDING/ 3credits/ required
FOR
HISTORIC
1.The structural system and behavior for historical buildings; 2.The
conservation and repair of wood buildings; 3.The conservation and repair of
laying bricks or stones; 4.The conservation and repair of hydrated lime
construction; 5.The early period repair of RC construction; 6.The conservation
and repair for roof; 7.The urgent strengthening methods after earthquake.
INVESTIGATIONS AND PRACTICES
HISTORIC BUILDINGS/ 3credits/ selected
OF
CONSERVING
Based on the relative and practical cases which have been done until now, the
main purpose of this course is mainly to let students to understand principles
and ethnics on the conservation of historic buildings from the global viewpoints,
and then to learn the processes and methods on the conservation of historic
buildings in Taiwan, including the collections of historical materials,
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investigations, inspections, analyses, evaluations, planning and proposals for
conservation works. These discussions will be benefited to students to have a
better and more widen viewpoints and concepts for the conservation of historic
buildings in Taiwan in the future, and then to have a better systematic
approaches and methods to be followed. The outline of this course is then
planned as follows: 1. Principles and ethnics on the conservation of historic
buildings; 2. Collections and analyses on historic buildings; 3. Investigations
and evaluations on decays of historic buildings; 4. Investigations and
evaluations on the structural safety of historic buildings; 5. Techniques of
surveying historic buildings; 6. Adaptive reuse of historic buildings; 7.
Conservation planning of historic buildings.
SEMINAR ON HISTORICAL ARCHITECTURE/ 2credits/ selected
This course focuses on the interplay of idea, space, and zeitgeist through the
course from archaic Greece and Etruria to eighteen century European baroque.
Especially emphasizes on the meaning of architecture. Outline as follows: 1.
Temenos in archaic Greece; 2. Classical orders in Greece; 3. Genius Loci of
Etruria and Latinium; 4. Classical roman constructions; 5. Ideas of proto
Christian; 6. Monasticism and monasteries; 7. Meaning of Romanesque; 8.
Abbet Suger vs. S. Bernard. 9. Humanism; 10. Brunelleschi, Alberti and
Bramante; 11. Michelangelo and Palladio; 12. Mannerism of sixteenth Century;
13. Meaning and form of baroque.
BEHAVIORS OF REINFORCED CONCRETE/ 3credits/ selected
1.Stress-strain relationship of plain concrete and rebar; 2. Shrinkage and
creep; 3. Axially loaded rc member; 4. Flexure of rc member; 5. Shear of rc
member; 6. Anchorage bond slip; 7. Seismic behaviors of rc structure.
REINFORCED CONCRETE AND STEEL DESIGN/ 2credits/
required
1.Steel properties; 2. Welding Theory; 3. Welding inspection; 4.Steel tension
and compression member design; 5.steel beam design; 6.Steel column design; 7.
RC material; 8.Bending moment design; 9. Shear design; 10.Axial force design.
THE APPLICATION OF STEEL STRUCTURE SYSTEM/ 2credits/
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selected
1.Steel member, the types of column base and grillage beam; 2. Types of
fastener and its reaction distributed in free-body diagram; 3. Protean built-up
section; 4. Basic features of steel shed structure; 5. Distinguished construct of
Rafael Vinoly Tokyo International Forum; 6. Osaka Dome- varied
performance field; 7. The steel structure system of platform at Tania railway
station; 8. The feature of steel roof structure in Chung Cheng Hall; 9. The
feature of steel structure in swimming pool of National Tania First Senior High
School; 10. The feature of steel bridge on the north of Pao-an railway station; 11.
The basic feature of wooden shed (compare the difference of steel made with
wooden); 12. The feature of steel structure in land bridge ( the components of
vertical、Horizontal and inclined );13. The steel structure systems of roof and
crane in 500 tons laboratory; 14. The steel structure system of roof canopy in
Department Building of Mechanical Engineering.
STATIC INDETERMINATE STRUCTURE/ 2credits/ selected
1.Compatibility and least work method for static indeterminate structure; 2.
Slop-deflection method for structures without sideways; 3. Slop-deflection
method for structures with sideways; 4. Introduction to matrix analysis.
SEMINAR OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION/ 3credits/ selected
Course Objectives: The part-time graduate students will be trained in
integrating their working experience into systematic papers and presentations.
The choice of the topics of papers is up to one's interest. Moreover, the part-time
graduate students will be trained to provide with research ability. Course
Description: 1.Practices of material arrangement and analysis; 2.Paying a visit
to the construction site and analyzing the particularity of it; 3.Learning and
discussing from the expert lecture or conference.
CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTIVITY/ 2credits/ selected
This course is designed to acquaint graduate students with topics in work
analysis and work improvement. We spend the first part of the semester in a
discussion of the fundamental issues and notions of productivity. During this
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semester, we will challenge the work process, learn about personnel
management, and practice work improvement analysis.
Understanding
worker's abilities and the impact of environmental factors will be studied. We
will study various models and methods for improving productivity and we will
practice applying those methods to construction problems. We will complete the
course with a discussion of implementing and monitoring the productivity
program.
SEMINAR ON BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CODE/ 2credits/
selected
1.The purchase for construction engineering; 2.The contract for construction
engineering; 3. The insurance for construction engineering; 4.The dispute of
construction engineering.
SPECIAL TOPICS ON ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING(1)、(2)/
2credits/ selected
This course consists of some special topics: 1.Housing Planning and
Community Development; 2.Traffic Planning Research; 3.Urban Design and
Landscape Planning; 4.Urban Conservation and Redevelopment; 5.Planning
System and Policies.
SEMINAR ON ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL (1)、(2)/ 3credits/
selected
Special Issues Seminar on 1.Sound; 2.Light; 3.Heat; 4.Indoor Air;
5.Vibration; 6.Climate.
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND THESIS WRITING IN
PLANNING/ 3credits/ selected
1.Research areas in planning, design and architectural programming; 2.
Problems and methods in planning research; 3. The writing of literature review;
4. Field survey: questions and methods; 5. Filed survey practice; 6. The
presentation of an academic research (NSC format); 7. Thesis format; 8.
Common problems in thesis writing: the scope of the research, the focus, and
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the style.
FINE ART(1)、(2)/ 1credits/ required
An aesthetical training to enforce students' sensibility and creativity through
sketch. Objects include stills, flowers, plants, place, and scenes.
FINE ART (3)、(4)/ 1credits/ required
From fundamental drawings to color paintings doing still life, figure, and
landscape exercises using various media. Studio experiences exploring
conceptual, theoretical, and visual processes using a variety of materials,
methods, and context as means of investigation. Emphasis on personal creative
growth, development and trainings on the feelings of the painting.
TYPOLOGICAL STUDIES/ 3credits/ selected
Type is a very interesting but less understood phenomena in built
environments. The course provides theoretical background regarding the
emergence and the evolution of types. Many cases are selected for practicing the
technique of typological analysis.
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