Division of Information and Electronic Engineering

In this course, students master a variety of technological systems pertaining to information and electronics, using mathematical techniques as a foundation.

Course of Computer Systemics

This course provides students with advanced, specialized knowledge pertaining to information engineering, such as algorithms, computer architecture, software engineering and information networks, as well as the ability to analyze information based on mathematical models. They will emerge with communication skills, teamwork skills, ethical perspectives, the ability to learn on their own, and other solid technical skills that will enhance their capabilities as engineers. Through this course, we cultivate human resources who can respond to changes in the times and are capable of conducting research and development.

Course of Intelligent Informatics

This course provides students with advanced, specialized knowledge pertaining to intelligence functions such as visual information processing, recognition and learning, and artificial intelligence, primarily for computer systems, as well as the ability to express information based on mathematical models. They will emerge with communication skills, teamwork skills, ethical perspectives, the ability to learn on their own, and other solid technical skills that will enhance their capabilities as engineers. Through this course, we cultivate human resources who can respond to changes in the times and are capable of conducting research and development.

Course of Electrical and Communication Engineering

This course provides students with specialized capabilities pertaining to the generation, supply and effective utilization of electrical energy, as well as specialized capabilities relating to communication theory, such as communication methods and systems, signal generation for information transmission, and signal processing. Students will also acquire specialized skills in control of various types of electrical systems and communication systems, such as robots, power networks and communication networks. They will emerge with communication skills, teamwork skills, ethical perspectives, the ability to learn on their own, and other solid technical skills that will enhance their capabilities as engineers. Through this course, we cultivate human resources who can respond to changes in the times and are capable of conducting research and development.

Course of Electron Device and Instrumentation

This course provides students with specialized capabilities relating to electron device engineering, such as electron materials, electron devices and technology for fabricating integrated circuits. They will master specialized skills ranging from fundamental theories of measurement using electromagnetic phenomena and quantum effects through to application, as well as various types of electron systems and measurement systems. Through this course, we cultivate human resources who can respond to changes in the times and are capable of conducting research and development.

detail of Division of Information and Electronic Engineering (In Japanese)

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