(1) Diploma Policy
Our mission at the Division of Electrical, Electronic, and Information Engineering is to become a global leader in cutting-edge original research in a wide range of areas such as IT electronics, ubiquitous networking, nanotechnology, and electric power/energy. Our educational goal is to foster, by promoting research in these areas, researchers and engineers who can contribute, at a global level, to the future of human society. The Division also actively participates in industry-government-academia collaboration, with the aim of channeling to industries the "knowledge" produced at the university; and thereby developing technologies of direct social utility. Furthermore, by transgressing the boundaries of traditional academic research, we aim at pioneering interdisciplinary fields and developing new areas of technology. Through these educational and research activities, we seek to establish a safe and secure society, and an affluent, prosperous, sustainable, and human-friendly world.
(2) Curriculum Policy
The Division of Electrical, Electronic, and Information Engineering provides a comprehensive, highly advanced, and extremely precise education dealing with basic graduate-level subjects, including quantum electronics, electrical and electronic materials, electronic physics, communication theory, network engineering, system theory, power electronics, plasma physics, and a full line of applied area subjects.
The Systems, Control, and Power Engineering Course offers education and research opportunities in the analysis and planning of earth-friendly electrical and energy systems, distributed autonomous systems, and large-scale complex systems. The Advanced Electromagnetic Energy Engineering Course offers education and research in the development of new energy sources (such as nuclear fusion), extreme materials, resources, and devices, which employ laser and plasma technologies. The Information and Communications Technology Course focuses on optical communications, wireless communication, and multimedia information networking; and offers education and research opportunities in both hardware and software, ranging from basic theories to cutting-edge applications. The Quantum Electronic Device Engineering Course focuses on nano-science, and provides education and research opportunities in subjects ranging from electrons, photons, and atoms to integrated circuits and brains.
(3) Admission Policy
We are seeking students, researchers, and engineers with a high level of basic academic proficiency, regardless of specialty; as well as students with a basic knowledge of electrical, electronic, and information engineering. Applicants should possess the following qualities:
・Those who have ambitions as engineers or researchers and wish to contribute to society through electrical, electronic, and information engineering
・Those interested in natural phenomena and who wish to take on the challenges of creative and advanced research
・Those eager to show initiative as researchers or engineers toward resolving, in an ethical and socially responsible manner, problems confronting humankind
・Those with a global perspective and the desire to play an active role in the international scene
(4) Entrance Examination Outline
For the Master's Course, applicants are required to undertake a written examination that tests their general knowledge in basic electrical, electronic, and information engineering subjects, as well as their basic academic abilities in specialized subjects relevant to individual courses. We offer many elective subjects so as to secure a wide range of excellent human resources from both within and without the university. We also hold a special entrance examination for recommended applicants, so as to admit undergraduate students with outstanding academic results into the Master's Course. For the Doctor's Course, we are actively accepting employed people, as well as students who have earned a Master's degree.