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Department of
Information and

Educational and Learning Objectives


[Course of Applied Physics]

This course provides education in physics-based scientific technology, and will nurture human
resources who will be able to respond to the sophistication and complexity of society with indepth knowledge and creativity. We will also foster engineers who are ethical, internationally
minded, capable of working in a team, trained in a broad field of subjects and have the ability to
develop technology as a means of creating harmony between man and nature.

Course of Applied Physics

The curriculum of this course extends from the
fundamental subjects of applied physics such as
quantum mechanics, and statistical thermodynamics
to semiconductor, superconductor and laser
engineering. We aim to provide education and
research that will nurture human resources who can
investigate the structure and characteristics of
materials on a micro level, and who can create
leading-edge materials and scientific technology.

Based on the spirit that this division was established in, we have fostered engineers who can
contribute to the international and regional needs in society with a consistent ability to solve
problems. In keeping with this tradition, we aim to nurture engineers with the following abilities:
[Fundamental knowledge and skillsFundamental knowledge to comprehend natural
phenomena and practical knowledge in their specialized field, and fundamental skills as an
Ability to apply and solveAbility to utilize knowledge to plan and implement solutions.
Logical thinking and ethic considerationsAbility to evaluate schemed engineering solutions
objectively from many aspects and improve them through discussions with others.
[Course of Electrical and Electronic Engineering]
This course provides fundamental knowledge and skills in areas such as electronic devices,
electronic technology, generation, supply and utilization of electric energy, specialized capability
of robot and other control systems, communication skills, teamwork skills ethical considerations,
etc, and furthermore, with the knowledge and ability to maintain advanced information society
and its fundamental core technologies.
[Course of Information and Communication Engineering]
This course provides a broad range of well-balanced specialized ability, from fundamental theory
to application of signal processing technology, communication methods and systems, quantum
computing and computer engineering, etc, and also aims to foster communication skills,
teamwork and ethical consideration, and furthermore to nurture human resources with core
technology to maintain and upgrade information society.
[Course of Computer Systemics]
This course provides specialized ability in information engineering, such as algorithms, computer
architecture, software engineering and information networks, based on information science and
mathematical science, and also aims to foster communication skills, teamwork and ethical
considerations, and furthermore to nurture human resources with core technology to maintain
and upgrade information society.
[Course of Computational Intelligence]
This course provides specialized ability in fundamental information engineering and specialized
ability in various core computer systems, such as optic information processing, recognition and
learning, artificial intelligence, etc, and also aims to foster communication skills, teamwork and
ethical considerations, and furthermore to nurture human resources with core technology to
maintain and upgrade information society.
[Evening Course]
This course nurtures students with the fundamentals required for engineers such as
communication skills, team working skills and social ethics, and in addition to a foundation of
natural science, students are trained in specialized knowledge in information science, electrical
engineering and electronic engineering, as well as in the core technology needed to maintain and
upgrade the information society.

We foster engineers who have specialized ability in

information technology and electrical and electronic
engineering, and who can contribute to the
development of computers and their systems,
information and telecommunications networks, and
technology that utilizes electrical energy.
For this purpose, we have set up both day time and
evening courses, for a total of five courses.
There are four specialized day time courses which
fulfill the JABEE standards.
The one evening course will cover broader fields of
study with a fewer number of students.

Graduate School
Master's Course

Division of CivilEngineeringand
Division of System Engineering for
Public Works
Division of Mechanical Systems and
Materials Engineering
Division of Aerospace Engineering

Architecture and Building Engineering, Civil Engineering
System Engineering for Public Works
Mechanical Systems Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering
Aerospace Engineering

Division of Applied Sciences

Applied Chemistry, Biosystem, Applied Physics

Division of Information and

Electronic Engineering

Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Information and Communication

Engineering, Computer Systemics, Computational Intelligence

Division of System Engineering for


Mathematical System Engineering


Doctor's Course

Central Study Areas

Division of
Civil and

National & Regional Landscape Planning, Urban Analysis, Building Construction Method, Fluid System Measurement & Control
Engineering Science, Marine Development System Science, Water Environment System Science, Reinforced Concrete Structure
Science, Structural Dynamics, Pile Foundation Engineering, Earthquake-Resistant Structures, Geo-deformation Analysis,
Combined Construction Materials Science, Construction Materials & Construction Systems Science, Geotechnical
Instrumentation, Rock Engineering, Underground Environment Evaluation Study, Volcanic Geology, Solid Waste Treatment and
Landfill Engineering

Division of
Production and

System Control Engineering, Instrument System Engineering, Bionics, Soft Computing, Dynamics of Production Foundation,
Vibratory Information Engineering, Material Processing Engineering, Precise Material Science, Thermal Energy Engineering, Heat
Conduction Engineering, Fluid Engineering, Engineering for Information Transmitting & Processing, Flux Energy Engineering,
Engineering of Electrical System Control, Engineering of Material Devices

Division of

Aerodynamics, Structure & Material Engineering, Propulsion & Energy Engineering, Flight System Engineering, Supersonic
Propulsion System Engineering, High Temperature Composite Engineering, Collaborative Courses with Japan Aerospace
Exploration Agency (JAXA)

Division of
Chemical and

Material Structure Science, Solid-State Property Science, Material Science of Low-Temperature Property, Material Designing,
Chemistry, Energy Conversion Chemistry, Reaction Designing with Catalytic Substances, Creation of Materials, Processing
System Engineering, Molecular Science, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Electric-Chemical Processing Engineering, Chemical
Plant Engineering, Organic Synthetic Chemistry, Enzyme Engineering

Division of
Engineering for

Science of Microorganism Functions, Microorganism Engineering, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Cellular Biology, Fine Particle
Engineering, Organic Electrical Chemistry, Applied Nonlinear Optics, Optic Intelligence Sensing, Spectroscopy, Soft Matter
Physics, Study of Optic Instrumentations, Medical Optics for Bio-phenomena, Information Science for Bio-phenomena, Proactive
Molecular Science, Science of Function & Materials, Advanced Materials Synthesis, Biophysics, Science of Bio-resources
Utilization, Chemical Engineering, Aerosol Engineering, Optic Electronics, Solid State Physics, Quantum Electronics, Semiconductive Electronic Materials, Optic Fiber Sensors, Optic Function Devices, Calculated Material Science, Molecular Biology

Research Areas (Faculty Research Organizations)



Content of Research

College of

This research area, while considering the changes in the natural environment by global warming and the changes in the social
environment due to the dwindling birthrate and an aging population, is concerned with how we can contribute to making a
comfortable global environment and living environment in which people feel safe and reassured.
In other words, this research area covers the planning, designing and construction of cities and living atmospheres. In
particular, examples of research include the research and development of the control and construction of living environments,
the construction, maintenance and disaster prevention of the infrastructure including buildings and underground facilities, and
the planning, designing and construction of cities and living areas where people can live comfortably and with peace of mind.

College of
Design and

This is the research area which includes designing, manufacturing and operating devices and equipment, including various
mechatronics such as cars, railways, aerospace craft such as air carriers, robots and medical equipment.
Furthermore, this area covers elemental research and systems research that includes metals, electronics and hydraulic
controlling systems. It also expands to alternative energy and environmental technology to promote the departure from fossil
fuels and to ease the global warming, and the development of many kinds of products utilizing nano-technology.

College of
Information and

This research area consists of two main fields. One is the research area of scientific technology and production technology
focusing not only on conventional efficiency-prioritized technology or short-term solutions but also on the deeper core, based
on fundamental sciences such as mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology. The other field consists of the formation of
information systems that include signal processing, conversion, communication technology, computer engineering, and of
computer-assisted intelligence in order to draft an evolving information society. In this latter field, visual information
processing and recognition, and learning as a part of intelligence technology is included in the field of artificial intelligence.

College of
Liberal Arts

This is an affiliated area, in which objects, interests and methods other than engineering are researched, which assist the
fundamentals of engineering and liberal arts.
This area consists of four major fields: the field of research in the world ofnumbersthat investigates the methods of
analysis, algebra and geometry, the field of research in information assisted education and system formation, the field of
research that focuses on language structures and literature and an interest in world cultures, and the field of research that
focuses on the perception, mind and health of human beings, and social structures, conditions, and policies.