Leading the evolution of mechanical systems in new fields – intelligent systems and systems that support and foster life
There is a real need for mechanical systems that can help solve the diverse, complex problems relating to the building of a safe, secure, sustainable society that provides high-level healthcare and effective medical support for its citizens, while at the same time creating high value-added and making society a more relaxed and enjoyable environment in which to live. To develop these kinds of systems requires human talent that not only possesses wide-ranging knowledge in disciplines such as systems engineering, control engineering, robotics engineering, design engineering, bioengineering, micro-technology and nanotechnology, etc., but also the ability to use this knowledge effectively from an interdisciplinary perspective. The Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering aims to cultivate creative, talented individuals who are able to make use of the grounding they receive in the fields noted above to develop mechanical systems that can contribute to building the kind of ideal society that is needed today.
*Some specialized programs will be held at Hino Campus from the 2nd year (half).