Master's Program

Intelligent Structures and Mechanics Systems Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering We conduct research and education on the following topics from engineering, social and economic points of view: feasibility investigation, planning, analysis, design, construction, and maintenance/ management of civil engineering facilities for traffic, disaster prevention, environmental conservation, municipality and industry.
Mechanical Engineering Aims to train engineers to engage in research and development at companies or public research institutes with specialties in manufacturing and production of industrial products.
Life and Materials Systems Engineering Chemical Science and Technology Conducts research and education on a range of topics in science and technology including interdisciplinary fields such as design, composition and analysis of functional materials, and design theory and applications of process plants in chemical industry.
Biological Science and Technology Recruits overseas students with an interest in state-of-the-art biotechnologies. Trains students to be scientists/engineers in a range of bioengineering fields. Offers courses in fields such as molecular science of physical chemistry, organic chemistry, microbiology, biochemistry and gene technology.
Systems Innovation Engineering Electrical and Electronic Engineering “Ecosystems” are defined as reciprocal relations between natural and social environments surrounding human beings. We conduct education and research on material circulation, effective use of energy, regional policies, environmental risk and disaster control, and welfare / human support engineering.
Information Science and Intelligent Systems Conducts education and research in information science with a focus on intelligent information processing technologies to meet the demands of the current society.
Optical Systems Engineering Aims to train students to be researchers/engineers in the field of optical science and technology. The areas of education and research covered include photonics of optical materials and devices including inorganic crystals, organic polymers and semiconductors, lasers and nonlinear optics, nanophotonics, information photonics, biomedical optics, threedimensional displays, medical imaging system, computer aided diagnosis system, photonic network. Considering the crossdisciplinarity of the field applicable to a wide range of research and development fields, the curriculum is designed to give students exposure to such specialties as materials science, device physics, and information system engineering.