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The campus consists of a seven story building with a total floor space of 4,720 sq. meters. On the first floor is the entrance, multipurpose rooms and administrative offices. The second floor contains the student lounge, media center and reference room. The classrooms are located on the third to fifth floors, and the faculty offices, conference rooms and a small auditorium can be found on the sixth and seventh floors. In the media center on the second floor, there are 12 computers installed with the Bloomberg real time financial information network, which is rarely found at universities in Japan, and it is possible to conduct investing simulations for 24 people at the same time.

Education Center

This composite facility was completed in autumn 2008. The first floor contains a student lounge and dining hall, the second floor contains the library, and the third to the fifth floors are made up of lecture halls. The sixth and seventh floors are information education laboratories. It features the latest equipment for science and technology education, and functions as the center of education at Neyagawa Campus.

Media Communication Center

This center, based on its Mission Statement, provides all faculties with computers and information network services for their education and research activities. Its main functions include managing computer labs (over 800 computers in twelve labs), providing e-Learning systems, school network administration, providing wireless LAN services, and supporting education and research that make use of these information resources.

Library

The library contains a wealth of books that are useful for study and research activities related to electrical engineering and information technology, as well as many new books.

Student Hall

This building was built to promote the well-being of students and teaching staff. It features large and medium conference rooms and is used for a variety of meetings for extracurricular and other activities.

Clubhouse

This facility is the center of club activities at O.E.C.U. It is used by a wide variety of clubs including athletic teams including the soccer team, baseball team, and soft tennis team, as well as cultural clubs such as the Light Music Club, the Cinema Club, and Vundovu (the “Pen Club.")

The Center for Research in the Humanities

To cultivate technical experts with great human depth, this Center provides education that encourages refinement and understanding as a full-fledged member of society. This includes examining humanity through psychology and pedagogy, understanding of culture such as history and Japanese language improvement, sociology, and economics.

Mathematical Science Research Center

This Center supports fundamental education in subjects related to mathematics and physics, which are the base of engineering. To help students gain basic knowledge, lectures, practical exercises, and experiments are carried out in a course system based on proficiency level and content. Individual consultations are also available.

Center for English Education

This Center was established in April 2006 to support English education, and offers a wide variety of programs including classes that use the Nintendo DS game “English Training.” In addition to the standard, level-based program divided by school year, an English learning support office has also been opened to allow study that makes efficient use of free time and is in line with a student’s personal skills.

Student Hall / University Cooperative (Floors 1 - 4)

The Student Hall was opened in 2006, providing a new space for students to relax at Neyagawa Campus. The first to fourth floors of this ample facility contain convenience stores, cafeterias, and shops, while the fifth and sixth floors feature laboratories for the Education Center for Information Processing.

Experimental Center for Physics & Engineering

This Center was established in April 2006 to support English education, and offers a wide variety of programs including classes that use the Nintendo DS game “English Training.” In addition to the standard, level-based program divided by school year, an English learning support office has also been opened to allow study that makes efficient use of free time and is in line with a student’s personal skills.

Fundamental Mechatronics Research Institute

This facility was established to provide comprehensive support for research related to mechatronics. The research system carries out measurement and experiments regarding a variety of branches, including mechanical engineering; energy and the environment; measurement, control, and robotics; and bioengineering.

Fundamental Electronics Research Institute

With the goal of developing valuation and other methods, this facility carries out research using ample equipment regarding the development of new materials and devices, as well as thin film control at the atomic and molecular level. The facility's development of a nanoscope that clearly conveys nanostructures that were hard to view with traditional electron microscopes has received great praise all over the world.

Academic Frontier Promotion Center

Working in cooperation with the Fundamental Electronics Research Institute, this Center develops new nanostructure materials and devices. It also carries out research related to materials that save energy and employ new energy, such as energy efficient optical devices and fuel cells that are light and long lasting. Great things are expected from this facility as the first research center at a private university in the Kansai region.

Machinery Laboratory

This facility is for machinery performance assessment and component processing. It contains a wide range of equipment, such as precise universal testing machines for measuring body strength, as well as unique devices for grinding machine parts and manufacturing parts through computerized control. It is also used for class work and experiments such as those related to mechanical engineering.

The Institute of Satellite Communication Research

This Institute is constantly receiving transmissions from satellites in geostationary orbit above Japan. It contains equipment for telecommunications with other universities and weather observation, and is unique even throughout the world in its ability to accumulate and analyze over twenty years' worth of database information.

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  • Faculty of Engineering
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18-8 Hatsucho, Neyagawa-shi,
Osaka 572-8530
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12-16 Hayakocho, Neyagawa-shi,
Osaka 572-0837

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