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Materials and Energy Course

Life and Materials Chemistry

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Staff Katsuhiko Ono, Associate Professor
Yasushi Yamamoto, Associate Professor
Atsushi Miyagawa, Assistant Professor
Keywords Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Supramolecular Chemistry
Interfacial Science and Chemistry
Bio-Related Chemistry
Medical Chemistry
Hint to set learning objectives The goal of our education and research is to study mainly the field of life science and materials chemistry and master the skill that designs and builds a molecule and aggregation freely. This goal also links to the research that participates in organic devices and medical functional materials.

 

Soft Materials

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Staff Katsuhiro Inomata, Professor
Akinori Takasu, Professor
Shin-ichi Matsuoka, Associate Professor
Keywords Polymeric Materials
Functional Plastics
Protein, DNA
Environmentally Compatible Polymers
Environmentally Benign Polymer Synthesis
Hint to set learning objectives Study on not only soft materials but also materials function and design engineering will lead to the development of highly functional organic materials, such as human friendly livingware, using tailor-made polymers.

 

Advanced Ceramics

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Staff Ken-ichi Kakimoto, Professor
Toshihiro Kasuga, Professor
Hirotaka Maeda, Associate Professor
Teruaki Fuchigami, Assistant Professor
Keywords Development of sensor materials
Design for artificial bone
Science and technology for water remediation
Design for energy conversion materials
Hint to set learning objectives This course is aimed at achieving an understanding of the Inorganic Materials Chemistry in addition to life science and electrical and electronic engineering. Finally, students will prepare novel environmentally friendly materials with high performances for bio-, energy-, environmental remediation-applications.

 

Materials Function and Design

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Staff Takehiko Hihara, Professor
Yoshimi Watanabe, Professor
Hisashi Sato, Associate Professor
Yasushi Hamanaka, Associate Professor
Hidetoshi Miyazaki, Associate Professor
Keywords Nanoparticles, Thin films
Composite and functionally graded materials
Iron and steels, Light metals
Photodevices
Energy harvesting materials
Hint to set learning objectives You can develop a novel energy source, such as power generating system using energy harvesting materials, if you learn the field of Materials Function and Design as well as Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

 

Applied Physics

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Staff Yo Ichikawa, Professor
Makoto Iwata, Professor
Osamu Eryu, Professor
Shuji Ogata, Professor
Reina Miyagawa, Assistant Professor
Keywords Simulations using supercomputers
Thin films and nanomaterials
Processing technologies at the atomic level
Smart materials
Femtosecond lasers
Hint to set learning objectives On the basis of classes mainly in the applied physics course and additionally in the materials function course, we systematically teach physics of materials, methods of simulations, and processing technologies, and foster engineers who can develop new smart materials, sensors, and devices.

 

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Staff Makoto Iwasaki, Professor
Takashi Kosaka, Professor
Akimasa Hirata, Professor
Mutsumi Aoki, Associate Professor
Eiji Okamoto, Associate Professor
Kenta Seki, Associate Professor
Daisuke Anzai, Assistant Professor
Keywords Energy system
Mechatronics
System control
Wireless communication technologies
Bioelectromagnetic environment
Hint to set learning objectives By learning the electrical and electronic engineering, together with information network, material, and design engineering, students will have an ability to develop an advanced Connected-Car contributing to a sustainable society.

 

Mechanical Engineering

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Staff Yasushi Ido, Professor
Fumihiro Itoigawa, Professor
Yutaka Hasegawa, Professor
Tatsuo Ushijima, Associate Professor
Yoshihiro Tanaka, Associate Professor
Yuhiro Iwamoto, Assistant Professor
Keywords Flow Science, Energy Use and Control,
Vibration Control, Micro-Nano Mechanics,
Human Interface
Hint to set learning objectives Around the main discipline of mechanical engineering, you can research and develop human- and eco-friendly mechanical systems, adding other fields like electrical and electronics engineering, Computational Intelligence, media infomatics.

 

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Computer and Social Engineering Course

Networks

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Staff Taisuke Izumi, Associate Professor
Takahiro Uchiya, Associate Professor
Norishige Fukushima, Associate Professor
Keywords Web Application
Mobile Computing
Image Processing
Algorithm
Distributed System
Hint to set learning objectives Studying the network program with design engineering, media and intelligence information technology, and electrical and electronic engineering, researches and services on integrating various fields are expected.

 

Computational Intelligence

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Staff Takayuki Ito, Professor
Nobuhiro Inuzuka, Professor
Shohei Kato, Professor
Shun Shiramatsu, Associate Professor
Arao Funase, Associate Professor
Keywords Artificial Intelligence
Social Computing
Multi-Agent System
Intelligent Robotics
Brain Science
Hint to set learning objectives For example, learning Life and Materials Chemistry, Soft Materials, and Applied Physics in addition to the main study theme, Computational Intelligence, enables students to develop systems for computer-aided drug design simulation or bioinformatics-related systems.

 

Multimedia and Human Computer Interaction

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Staff Taizo Umezaki, Professor
Keiichi Tokuda, Professor
Yoshihiko Nankaku, Associate Professor
Daisuke Yamamoto, Associate Professor
Ryo Taguchi, Assistant Professor
Keywords Speech recognition and speech synthesis
Image recognition and image understanding
Multimedia system
3-dimensional shape measurement
Augmented reality
Hint to set learning objectives Next-generation human-computer interaction systems can be developed by learning computational intelligence, networks and electrical and electronic engineering in addition to the field of multimedia and human computer interaction.

 

Architecture and Design

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Staff Takeyoshi Ishimatsu, Professor
Hideki Idota, Professor
Toshiyuki Kaneda, Professor
Keisuke Kitagawa, Associate Professor
Keywords Architectural Design
Architectural Theory and History
Architectural Structure and Material
Architectural Planning and Urban Planning
Environmental Design and Figurative Art
Hint to set learning objectives Students acquire advanced knowledge and skills related to architecture and design, pursuit kinds of safeties and comforts from various viewpoints of architectural design, architectural theory, architectural structure and material, architectural planning, urban planning, environmental design and so on, and develop researches about space to be better places for human life.

 

Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Staff Eizo Hideshima,Professor
Michiko Masuda,Professor
Kazutoshi Nagata,Associate Professor
Keyword social infrastructure lifeline sustainable society conservation management urban safety design
Hint to set learning objectives We study civil engineering to design and manage technologies and institutional frameworks for arrangement of natural and built environments around us.

 

System Management and Engineering

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Staff Junichi Yokoyama, Professor
Kenji Watanabe, Professor
Norio Tokumaru, Associate Professor
Keywords Risk Management
Critical Infrastructure Protection
Engineer Resource Management
Technology & Product Development
System Thinking
Hint to set learning objectives This course provides opportunity to learn network & intelligent information and mechanical engineering addition to our major field, management systems, at the same time. Based on this unique opportunity, newly developed management methodologies or ability for system thinking, the fundamentals for management at any corporations and public agencies, are expected to be implemented as practical technology developments.

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