EVENT VENUE

Liberal Education Classroom Building, NTU
Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica (NTU)

AAC 2021:
Liberal Education Classroom Building

The Liberal Education Classroom Building is a green building located at the heart of National Taiwan University. This building has five stories above ground, a large basement, seven large-sized ladder classrooms and 21 small-sized seminar rooms. The largest conference room in this building can accommodates more than 400 people.


The building is also equipped with open learning space and outdoor discussion space for exhibitors and vendors to network during the event. In total, this new building can accommodate more than 2000 faculty, students and conference attendees.

AAC 2021: Liberal Education Classroom Building

The Liberal Education Classroom Building is a green building located at the heart of National Taiwan University. This building has five stories above ground, a large basement, seven large-sized ladder classrooms and 21 small-sized seminar rooms. The largest conference room in this building can accommodates more than 400 people.


The building is also equipped with open learning space and outdoor discussion space for exhibitors and vendors to network during the event. In total, this new building can accommodate more than 2000 faculty, students and conference attendees.

Special Symposium:
Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica

In the early 1980s the founders of the Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences (IAMS) had the vision to see the great potential of advanced instruments such as high precision lasers and synchrotron radiation light sources together with pulsed molecular beams, ionization techniques, and ultrahigh vacuum surface techniques in elucidating the structures of atoms and molecules and the dynamics and energetics of the interaction among atoms and molecules.

Under the vision and leadership of Dr. Yuan T. Lee, former President of the Academia Sinica, and the previous Directors, the IAMS has grown to become a multi-disciplinary center of excellence in fundamental research. Today, research projects at the IAMS cover topics ranging from the spectroscopy and dynamics of molecules to the fabrication and analysis of advanced materials to the study of biophysics and the development of analytical tools for biomolecules.

Special Symposium:  Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica

In the early 1980s the founders of the Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences (IAMS) had the vision to see the great potential of advanced instruments such as high precision lasers and synchrotron radiation light sources together with pulsed molecular beams, ionization techniques, and ultrahigh vacuum surface techniques in elucidating the structures of atoms and molecules and the dynamics and energetics of the interaction among atoms and molecules.

Under the vision and leadership of Dr. Yuan T. Lee, former President of the Academia Sinica, and the previous Directors, the IAMS has grown to become a multi-disciplinary center of excellence in fundamental research. Today, research projects at the IAMS cover topics ranging from the spectroscopy and dynamics of molecules to the fabrication and analysis of advanced materials to the study of biophysics and the development of analytical tools for biomolecules.

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Liberal Education Classroom Building

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Liberal Education Classroom Building

No. 1, Section 4, Roosevelt Rd, Da’an District, Taipei City, 106

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