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Electrical and Electronic EnginneringElectrical and Electronic Enginnering

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Quantum Nano deviceQuantum Nano device

Master's ProgramDoctoral Program

Technological innovation of materials and devices is indispensable for the sophisticated processing techniques which are necessary for manufacturing devices, for up-to-date material evaluation, and for improved measurement techniques. Students will study these state-of-the-art fundamental techniques using advanced experimental facilities. Students will also learn about computational electronics techniques such as first-principles method, device simulation, and system-level design description language for up-to-date materials, devices, and systems. Regarding aspects of our research, we have been actively engaged in the development of ultra-high-speed devices with low power consumption and of devices having integrated photo-electronics using silicon and germanium.

Electric MachineryElectric Machinery

Master's ProgramDoctoral Program

Based on information processing techniques, we have addressed applications of system control including devices to control these systems. Electrical devices such as motors are widely used in various general and commercial applications in industry. Moreover, their range of usage continues to expand. Students will learn about such devices from the perspective of a comprehensive understanding of equipment by grasping the equipment as a system, including a driving system and a load, to develop repeated design, trial manufacture, and experiments for equipment of various kinds. Regarding our research, we have been evaluating techniques associated with linear motors and actuators, magnetic levitation and suspension, and applications of bulk oxide superconductors.

Electric DischargeElectric Discharge

Master's ProgramDoctoral Program

Students will learn about high-voltage, large-current techniques that are indispensable for processes related to the generation and transfer of electrical power, and learn about fundamental technologies and systems related to electric power systems including material properties and measurement techniques necessary for those techniques.

Plasma ApplicationPlasma Application

Master's ProgramDoctoral Program

An example of the effective use of electrical energy, students will learn about applications of plasma and electrical power social systems and solutions for their problems, with emphasis on environment improvement techniques that are necessary for social systems related to electrical power. As our research efforts, we have undertaken the development and simulation of efficient devices for plasma generation, for treatment of air pollutants (NOx and others) using discharge chemical reactions, and for development of electrostatic precipitators.

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