Chapter One, General Provisions
The name of the association is Taiwan Society of Biomechanics (hereinafter referred to as the association), and the English name is TAIWANESE SOCIETY OF BIOMECHANICS.
This association is a legally established, non-profit social organization whose purpose is to connect experts and scholars in biomechanics at home and abroad to jointly promote the development of biomechanics research, teaching and application.
This association takes the national administrative area as the organization area.
The meeting place of the association is located in the area where the competent authority is located, and it may be reported to the competent authority for approval to establish a branch.
The mission of the Association is as follows:
1. Promote the research and development of biomechanics.
2. Promote academic exchanges in biomechanics at home and abroad, and collect relevant information for reference from all walks of life.
3. Organize academic lectures and seminars to improve domestic biomechanics standards and strive to join the International Union of Biomechanics Societies.
4. Work closely with the medical, industrial and sports circles to engage in development research.
5. Printing and distributing the conference log and related books and periodicals.
6. Reward talents in biomechanics.
7. Other related matters in line with the purpose of the Association.
Chapter Two, Membership
The members of this association are divided into five types on the left:
1. Individual members: Anyone who agrees with the purpose of the association, is over twenty years old, and has one of the following qualifications:
1. Master degree or above, engaged in biomechanics related research work.
2. Specialist physicians in the Republic of China engaged in biomechanics related work.
3. Qualified as a lecturer or above in the Ministry of Education and engaged in biomechanics related workers.
4. A bachelor's degree, who has published an author on biomechanics in domestic and foreign professional journals or academic seminars, or has completed more than 6 credits related to biomechanics.
Two members introduce, fill in the application form for membership, attach relevant certificates or papers, and become individual members after being approved by the board of directors and paying dues.
2. Permanent members: Individual members who pay annual membership fees for more than ten years (inclusive) at one time are permanent members and will be exempt from payment thereafter.
3. Group members: All public and private organizations that are engaged in biomechanics agree with the purpose of the association, fill in the application form for membership, pass the board of directors, and pay the membership fee, and then become group members. Group members may appoint one representative to exercise their rights.
4. Honorary members: Anyone who agrees with the purpose of the association and has made outstanding contributions to biomechanics will be elected by the two directors and approved by the board of directors to become honorary members.
5. Sponsoring members: Any individual or group who agrees to the purpose of the association and contributes to the association is referred to by the two members and approved by the board of directors as a sponsoring member.
6. Student membership: students in biomedical engineering or related departments at domestic and foreign universities and colleges, over 20 years old, introduced by two members, and approved by the board of directors, can become student members; graduate students can apply If you join a student member or individual member, if you lose your student status, you will automatically lose your student membership.
When a member (member representative) violates laws, regulations, or fails to comply with the resolutions of the general assembly, it may be warned or suspended by the resolution of the board of directors. If the circumstances of the group are serious, it may be delisted by the resolution of the general assembly.
If a member of the Association owes membership dues for more than two years, the Association may suspend its rights and shall not enjoy the rights listed in Article 10 of this Articles of Association.
A member who has one of the following circumstances is considered as a member:
1. Those who have lost their membership.
2. Those who have been removed by the resolution of the General Assembly.
Members can declare their withdrawal to the Association with a written statement of reasons.
Members (member representatives) have the following rights:
1. The right to vote, the right to vote, the right to be elected and the right to recall. Each member (member representative) has one power.
2. The right to participate in the annual meeting of the Association and other gatherings.
3. The right to donate all kinds of books and periodicals of the Association.
4. Other entitlements.
5. Honorary members, sponsor members and student members do not have the rights listed in the first paragraph of this article.
Members have the obligation to abide by the articles of association, resolutions, and pay dues.
Chapter Three, Organization and Staff
The Association takes the General Assembly as the supreme authority. During the period when the General Assembly is not in session, the board of directors shall act on its behalf; the Board of Supervisors is the supervisory authority. When the number of members exceeds 300, the member representatives will be selected according to the proportion of the districts, and then the member representative assembly will be convened to exercise the functions and powers of the member assembly. The number of member representatives, term of office and election methods shall be drafted by the board of directors and submitted to the competent authority for approval.
The functions and powers of the General Assembly are as follows:
1. Formulating and changing the articles of association.
2. Election or removal of directors and supervisors.
3. Discuss the amount and method of admission fee, annual membership fee, business fee and member donation.
4. Discuss the annual work plan, report, budget, and final accounts.
5. Discuss the delisting of members (member representatives).
Sixth, to decide on the disposition of property.
7. Dissolution of the deliberative group.
8. To resolve other important matters related to the rights and obligations of members.
The association shall have 15 directors and 5 supervisors, elected by members (member representatives), and establish a board of directors and a board of supervisors respectively.
When electing the directors and supervisors mentioned in the preceding paragraph, five alternate directors and one alternate supervisor may be selected at the same time according to the counting of votes. When the directors and supervisors are vacant, they shall be filled in order.
The powers of the board of directors are as follows:
1. Examine the qualifications of members (member representatives).
2. Election or removal of executive directors and directors.
3. To resolve the resignation of directors, standing directors or directors.
4. Recruit and dismiss staff.
5. Drafting annual work plans, reports, budgets, and final accounts.
6. Other matters to be implemented.
The board of directors shall have five standing directors, who shall be selected by each other, and one of the standing directors shall be elected as the chairman of the board by the directors.
The chairman of the board of directors comprehensively supervises the affairs of the meeting internally, represents the association externally, and serves as the chairman of the general assembly and the board of directors.
When the chairman of the board is unable to perform his duties due to certain circumstances, he shall appoint one of the standing directors to act as his agent. If he cannot be appointed, one of the standing directors shall be appointed to act as his agent.
When the chairman or standing director is vacant, a by-election shall be made within one month.
The powers of the board of supervisors are as follows:
1. Supervise the implementation of the work of the council.
2. Review the annual final accounts.
3. Election or removal of standing supervisors.
4. To resolve the resignation of supervisors or standing supervisors.
5. Other matters to be monitored.
The board of supervisors shall have one standing supervisor, who shall be selected by each other to supervise the daily affairs of the board of supervisors and serve as the chairman of the board of supervisors. When standing supervisors are unable to perform their duties due to their duties, they shall appoint one supervisor to act as their agent. If they are unable to appoint, one supervisor shall appoint one of them to represent each other.
When a standing supervisor becomes vacant, a by-election shall be made within one month.
The directors and supervisors are all unpaid and serve for two years, and they may be re-elected. The re-election of the chairman is limited to one time.
The term of office of directors and supervisors shall be calculated from the date of the first meeting of the current session of the board of directors.
Directors and supervisors who have one of the following circumstances shall be dismissed immediately:
1. Those who have lost membership (member representative) qualifications.
2. Resignation for some reason, approved by the board of directors or the board of supervisors.
3. Those who have been removed or withdrawn.
4. One-half of the term of office has been exceeded during the suspension period.
The association has a secretary-general who will handle the affairs of the association under the orders of the chairman. Several other staff members shall be nominated by the chairman, appointed and dismissed after approval by the board of directors, and reported to the competent authority for reference. However, the dismissal of the secretary-general should first be reported to the competent authority for approval.
The staff in the preceding paragraph shall not be appointed by the staff.
The rights, responsibilities and hierarchical responsibility of the staff shall be determined separately by the board of directors.
The association may set up various committees, groups or other internal operating organizations. The organization profile is drawn up by the board of directors and implemented after being reported to the competent authority for approval. The same applies when changes are made.
The council may hire one honorary chairman and several honorary directors and consultants by the board of directors. The term of appointment is the same as that of directors and supervisors.
Fourth frame, meeting
There are two types of general meetings, regular meetings and ad hoc meetings, which are convened by the chairman of the board. When convening, except for ad hoc meetings in emergencies, they should be notified in writing 15 days in advance.
Regular meetings are convened once a year; temporary meetings are convened when the board of directors deems it necessary, or at the request of more than one-fifth of the members (member representatives), or when they are convened by letter from the board of supervisors.
When a member (member representative) cannot attend the general meeting in person, he can entrust another member (member representative) in writing to act as an agent. Each member (member representative) is limited to one agent.
The resolutions of the general meeting shall be carried out with the attendance of more than half of the members (member representatives) and the consent of the larger number of attendees. However, resolutions on the following matters shall be agreed upon by more than two-thirds of the attendees:
1. Formulation and modification of the articles of association.
2. Delisting of members (member representatives).
3. Removal of directors and supervisors.
4. Disposition of property.
5. Dissolution of the group.
6. Other important matters related to the rights and obligations of members.
The board of directors and the board of supervisors are convened every four months, and joint meetings or ad hoc meetings may be convened when necessary.
When convening the meeting mentioned in the preceding paragraph, except for an extraordinary meeting, a written notice shall be given seven days in advance. The resolutions of the meeting shall be made with the attendance of more than half of the directors and supervisors and the agreement of a larger number of attendees.
The directors and supervisors shall attend the meetings of the directors and supervisors, and the council and the board of supervisors shall not be entrusted to attend; if the directors or supervisors are absent from the board of directors or the board of supervisors without reason for two consecutive times, they shall be deemed to have resigned.
Chapter 5. Funding and Accounting
The sources of funding for the Association are as follows:
1. Admission fee: to be paid at the time of enrollment.
1. Individual members: NT$1,000.
2. Group members: NT$10,000 or more.
3. Student membership: In order to encourage students to join the club, no admission fee is charged.
2. Annual membership fee:
1. Individual members: NT$1,000.
2. Permanent members: One-time payment of NT$10,000, exempt from payment thereafter.
3. Group members: NT$10,000.
4. Student membership: In order to encourage students to participate in the activities of the society, there is no annual membership fee.
3. Business expenses.
4. Member donations.
5. Commissioned income.
6. Funds and their fruits.
7. Other income.
The accounting year of the Association is based on the calendar year, starting from January 1st to December 31st of each year.
The chairman of the board of directors prepares the annual work plan, income and expenditure budget table, and employee remuneration table two months before the start of the year each year, and submits it to the membership meeting for approval (if the meeting fails to be held as scheduled for some reason, the joint meeting of directors and supervisors shall be approved first). Report to the competent authority for verification before the start of the year. Within two months after the end of the year, the board of directors shall compile the annual work report, the final statement of income and expenditure, the cash register, the balance sheet, the property catalog and the fund income and expenditure statement, and send it to the board of supervisors for review, and then create an audit opinion and return it to the board of directors , Submitted to the general meeting for approval, and reported to the competent authority for approval before the end of March (If the general meeting fails to be held as scheduled, report to the competent authority first.)
After the association is dissolved, the remaining property belongs to the local government or organization designated by the competent authority.
Chapter VI, Supplementary Provisions
Matters not stipulated in this Articles of Association shall be handled in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.
This Articles of Association has been adopted by the member (member representative) assembly, and will be implemented after being submitted to the competent authority for approval, and the same applies when it is changed.
The Articles of Association were approved by the Second General Assembly of the Thirteenth Session of the Association on November 24, 107.
Reported to the Ministry of the Interior on December 11, 107, Tai Nei Tuan Zi No. 1070086264 letter for approval