Research and Education

Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering

The Department of Mechanical System Engineering offers well-structured education for training future researchers and expert engineers who, with broad knowledge of physical phenomena and their engineering applications, will be capable of research and development concerning mechanical system design optimization, functional enhancement and intelligent system realization on the basis of computational dynamics and electronic measurement and control technologies, responding to trends of high-level intelligent systematization in the mechanical industrial sector.

In the Department’s educational curriculum, before master’s program completion, students are required to obtain a total of at least 34 credits, including credits in subjects selected from among those designated according to Department requirements: at least 8 credits in core subjects, at least 4 credits in common subjects, including 1 required subject, and at least 16 credits in specialized subjects, including 4 required subjects. As specialized subjects (electives), students may select from subjects offered by other Departments of the Graduate School of Engineering. Students may also be enrolled in one of the Interdisciplinary Field Program below:

Program titles: Hyper Human Technology, Biomass

Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering offers well-structured education to train future researchers and expert engineers who, with a deep understanding of physical phenomena and their engineering applications, will be capable of mechanical design and manufacturing, elucidating causes of abnormal phenomena, and researching and developing new functions in the face of challenges in the energy, material and environmental domains.

In the Department’s educational curriculum, before the completion of a master’s program, students are required to obtain a total of at least 34 credits, including credits in subjects selected from among those designated according to Department requirements: at least 8 credits in core subjects, at least 4 credits in common subjects including 1 required subject, and at least 16 credits in specialized subjects including 4 required subjects. As specialized subjects (electives), students may select from subjects offered by other Departments of the Graduate School of Engineering. Students may also be enrolled in one of the Interdisciplinary Field Program below:

Program titles: Biomass, Hyper Human Technology


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