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Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

In the 21st century, researchers in the field of engineering must robustly promote the development of new technologies while addressing issues of sustainable development by recognizing the scarcity of resources and the importance of reducing environmental impacts. Electrical and electronic engineering, whose typical applications are in energy, electronics, and telecommunications, are both basic technologies that sustain contemporary society and state-of-the-art, frontier technologies. The role played by electrical and electronic engineering is becoming increasingly important.

Given this, this department is committed to (1) cultivating creative engineers and researchers with systematic and comprehensive knowledge in electrical and electronic engineering, and (2) creating, systematizing, accumulating, and disseminating knowledge in the fields of electrical and electronic engineering and the cutting-edge fields of research that integrate science and engineering. The department believes that three key points in the academic structure of electrical and electronic engineering are the emergence of function, the building of function, and the assessment and application of function, based on electromagnetic phenomena. Its goal is to develop engineers and researchers who possess leadership and the ability to identify and solve problems based on this systematic and comprehensive knowledge, and who also possess a strong sense of ethics and a sense of mission to “contribute to the welfare of humankind through engineering.”

Summary

Original SiteDepartment of Electrical and Electronic Engineering External Link
OpeningApril.2006
CampusMinami-osawa
Students
78
69(Master’s)
9(Doctoral)
※ May 1, 2014

Researchers List

The configuration of the department of electrical and electronic engineering

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