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Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering

Admission Policy - What we look for in students -

The Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering aims to nurture industrial engineers who can contribute to the welfare of mankind in our globalizing modern society. In particular, electric energy systems and information communication systems--our major subjects--are indispensable for supporting modern life and for providing advanced information technologies that are safe, secure, and eco-friendly.
We look for students who are interested and passionate about electrical and systems engineering and who have the following attributes:

  1. students with a flexible mindset who are internationally-oriented and who believe in contributing to society;
  2. students who have basic academic competence in mathematics, science, and English;
  3. students who have basic communication skills;
  4. students who can proactively solve problems and have a strong desire to continue studying.

Overview of our Curriculum

Curriculum Policy (Educational Policy)

The Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering has established programs that are well balanced in specialize electrical systems and in liberal arts to nurture socially and internationally minded benevolent engineers.

Study Support

We hold after-school classes called Michikusa-juku, an advisory and consulting service for our students. We teach students how to write reports on their experiments and how to solve problems that they could not understand during class.

Licenses and Certificate

  1. A license to become a chief electrical engineer
  2. After completing the required subjects, the student must take hands-on courses after graduation.

  3. Type 1 High school teacher’s license (Industry)
  4. After completing the required subjects in engineering, the student must acquire certain units that are stated in the teacher’s license.

Students at Work

During class
A softball match between research groups

Student experiments
CAD Using CAD for manufacturing

Key research areas and topics

Electrical Energy

  • Research in new energy, and new power generation, provision and storage (c)
  • Research in how electricity and the magnetic field correspond to living organs (d)
  • Research in the theory of interactions between short wavelength light and substances and how to apply it to industries
  • Research in generating and applying short wavelength light using interactions between lasers and substances (a)
  • Research in the development of non-contact diagnosis technologies of machines and equipment using a magnetic field
  • Research in the development of new electric facilities and the development of diagnosis and evaluation technologies of electric facilities
  • Research in the development of underwater discharge of plasma sources using improvements in the water environment (b)

Electronic Circuits and Telecommunications

  • Research and development to realize various integrated circuits with high function and low energy consumption features using elements that can be realized through CMOS process (e)
  • Research in developing circuits that can realize highly precise features in integrated circuits, which use both analog and digital signals
  • Research in wave motion analysis and simulations using electromagnetic waves (f)
  • Research in digital processing of moving images using camera sensors
  • Research in image processing (watch out for・monitoring systems and image search systems)



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