Graduate School of Engineering
Leaders of industry aiming for the most advanced technology
For individuals who sincerely want to deepen the interest for engineering that they discovered during their undergraduate career, the Graduate School of Engineering offers four major divisions of study: "Electronics and Applied Physics," "Electronics and Communication Engineering," "Mechanical and Control Engineering," and "Information and Computer Sciences." Students are able to not only pursue their individual research themes, but can also participate in cutting-edge research such as government projects at the Academic Frontier Promotion Center. The Graduate School of Engineering is also known for providing support to students including its scholarship system.
As a graduate school that offers a doctoral program, the Graduate School of Engineering produces many doctors of engineering.
The Graduate School of Engineering employs a cooperative graduate school system, a unique system of academic-industry partnership.
The Graduate School of Engineering fully employs advanced research facilities that are capable of handling cutting-edge research.
Division of Electronics and Applied Physics
Students of the Division of Electronics and Applied Physics pursue their research while drawing connections between various fields. The following five major areas of study are available: materials science, solid-state electronics, surface-state engineering, mathematical analysis, and basic science.
Division of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Since the 2006 school year, the Division of Electronics and Communication Engineering has been expanded into a platform to learn practical sciences that promotes an even higher level of research in the three fields of "Optical and Electronic Device Engineering," "Photonics and Microwave Engineering," and "Communication and Network Engineering." This division offers its students research and education oriented towards application within major fields in the electronics and communication engineering area including semiconductor devices, optical devices, sensing technology, and communications technology, and develops skilled technicians and researchers instrumental to a high-capacity digital information-communication society.
Division of Mechanical and Control Engineering
The goal of the Division of Mechanical and Control Engineering is to produce researchers and technicians of an international standard who have mastered advanced basic and applied technologies that can meet the needs of society. A distinguishing characteristic of this division is the ability to learn the basics of both the mechanical engineering and the electrical and electronic engineering fields while selecting courses that fit your objectives. Individuals who have completed their studies in this division are active in a broad range of fields including hardware/software research and development and design technology.
Division of Information and Computer Sciences
The Division of Information and Computer Sciences is comprised of six major fields of study: "fundamentals of informatics," "information processing," "industry engineering," "fundamentals of computation," "visual informatics," and "educational technology." This division strives for the development of future-oriented computer specialists who possess a free and original sense of thought that can flexibly deal with technological innovation and are able to undertake research and development in a variety of fields including artificial intelligence, computer graphics, fuzzy engineering, image engineering, computer networking, and robotics.