Master's Course, Graduate School of Engineering
Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Educating students to be independent and creative
   Society is looking for high-grade engineers who are full of curiosity, independent in finding their assignments, and richly creative. Unlike their undergraduate days when they were instructed by faculty members and solved problems accordingly, the students at the Graduate School have to be independent. The research field is divided into six subjects. Through research activity, the faculty members educate the students to be creative engineers while keeping human relationship with them.

Electrical Measurement and Electrical Materials
   In Electrical Measurement, the students learn data processing and measurement techniques using sensors and computers, and study the principle and methods of measurement. In Electrical Materials, the students learn the development of new materials and the physical properties of materials, and study the techniques of application to electrical appliances.

Electromagnetic Energy Engineering
   In Electromagnetic Energy Engineering, the students learn plasma and discharge phenomena, and study the principle and hardware of control and the development and application of systems.

System Control Engineering
   The students learn the control theory, and make a basic study of computer signal processing technology for use in application to practical systems.

Semiconductors and Physical Property Engineering
   The students learn Semiconductor Physics for the high-density integration of semiconductor circuitry and the electronic devices for photoelectric conversion, and Physical Property Engineering for thin-film materials (e.g., dielectrics, magnetic materials, superconductors) and ultra-fine powder.

Applied Electromagnetic Wave Engineering
   The students learn the reciprocal action between electromagnetic waves and matter, electronic materials, and optical devices to study the change in life due to biopotentials.

Applied Electronics
   The students learn Electric Acoustic Engineering (i.e., environmental noise), and study life environment.