About Us

Vision

Teach and research the core areas of fundamental technologies,
such as energy technology, electronics, and communications technology, which form the foundation of our increasingly diverse and sophisticated modern society

Students at our department acquire basic academic abilities and practical skills in the field of electrical and electronic engineering. A wide area, which includes large scale generation and control of electric power, radio wave communication systems, data transmission and processing, circuits and signal processing that form the basis of computers, integrated circuits, and electronic devices, is covered. We educate students with the aim of cultivating pioneering researchers, leading engineers, and educators with a broad perspective, creativity, and originality. Students who have studied at our department will be capable of building on their solid basic academic abilities and applying the skills they have acquired to adapt to the rapidly changing and growing world of electrical and electronics engineering. We also strive to educate students who can have a successful career in places such as government and consulting agencies.

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Message from the Department Chair

Akira Matsuzawa

It is not an overstatement to say that the achievements of electrical and electronic engineering form the basis of today's society. Students who studied electrical and electronic engineering are not only in great demand by electrical manufacturers, but also in a range of sectors such as the automotive and social infrastructure sectors. To ensure that our students remain attractive, our curriculum covers a broad range of topics, from systems to devices. It is also designed to allow the systematic and in-depth study of electrical and electronic engineering. In addition to lectures, students get increased opportunities to gain design and manufacturing experience, including simulation exercises, fabricating integrated circuits, microcomputer programming, and control system experiments. This enables them to acquire a more practical and deeper understanding of the discipline.

Akira Matsuzawa

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