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Electrical, Electronics and Communication Engineering

Starts from April 2019

Overview of the Department

Integration of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and the Department of Information and Communication Engineering to create a large department with 150 people: An aggressive and pioneering structure

The Department of Electrical, Electronics and Communication Engineering will explore even more effective uses and new possibilities of communication network technologies and information processing technologies. We will do this by integrating at an advanced level the electrical and electronic technologies that support industry and life from every aspect with cutting-edge foundation communication network technologies and information processing technologies. We will train engineers to be able to open up new possibilities and solve complex problems by making full use of the electrical and electronic technologies that support our lives. They will come to be able to do this by learning the expertise and technologies of electrical, electronics and communication engineering based on practical lessons.

Laboratory Introduction

Nano Electronics Lab

Conducts research on the invention of innovative semiconductor devices for the energy-saving society of the future

Circuit Design

Develops software to efficiently advance the design of the large scale integrated circuits (LSIs) that support products

Communication Systems Lab

Conducts research on wireless access technologies, wireless transmission technologies and wireless circuit control technologies in the fourth and fifth generation mobile communication systems

Communications Reliability Lab

Conducts research on rational measures against communication network failures and security damage

Wireless Systems Lab

Develops equipment and measuring technologies to efficiently and safely use the radio waves essential for wireless communications

Integrated Systems Lab

Conducts research on the design and applied technologies of electronic circuits and large scale integrated circuits (LSIs), and conducts research on IoT sensor network configuration technologies and applied technologies

Electric Machinery Lab (Motor Drive Group)

Conducts research on cutting-edge motor technologies and drive systems in extensive fields with automobiles, consumer electronics and industry

Electric Machinery Lab (Electro-Magnetic Group)

Investigates core technologies used in linear motor trains and related technologies

Electric Machinery Lab (Systems Control Group)

Tackles the points of contact between advanced electric machinery and people based on expertise in transportation safety

Power Systems Lab

Constructs smart power systems in harmony with renewable energies and electric vehicles

Electrical Applied Lab

Conducts research on electrical discharge and plasma in fields such as environmental conservation, plant factories and power facility diagnoses

Flexible Electronics Lab

Focuses on flexible electronics to realize wireless sensing applications encompassing areas such as healthcare, supply chain and retail. The goal of the research is towards enabling an Internet of things (IoT) society through the widespread adoption of flexible electronics.

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Academic Staff


  1. solar cell, atomic layer material
  2. Manufacturing Technology (Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic
  3. Engineering, Chemical Engineering):Electric and electronic materials
  4. Nanotechnology/Materials:Nano/micro-systems
  5. Nanotechnology/Materials:Energy chemistry
  1. (1) Microwave circuits and applied systems
  2. (2) Sensor network for smart cities
  1. (1)Physical-layer cell ID detection for single-carrier transmission
  2. (2) Efficient modulation scheme for Beyond 5G systems
  3. (3) Waveform for Beyond 5G systems
  4. (4)Compensation techniques of phase noise and frequency offset
  5. (5) LOS-MIMO for mobile radio backhaul
  1. (1) Grid-forming inverter control for improving power system stabilty
  2. (2) Offshore multi-terminal offshore high voltage dc ransmission
  1. (1) Digital substation systems compliant with IEC 61850
  2. (2) Power distribution automation and protection control systems
  1. Strained Ge-on-Insulator
  2. Strained Ge channel devices
  3. Ge Photonic devices
  4. Ge micro-devices
  1. Reliability physics on nano-electronic devices
  2. Emerging memories
  1. (1) Evaluation of physical properties of surface and interface
  1. (1) High current and arc plasma technology
  2. (2) Achievement of ultra-smart energy society

Associate Professor

  1. (1) Linear Motor/ Long-Distance Transportation System
  2. (2) Switched/Syncronous Relactance Motor
  1. Electromagnetic Simulation, Antenna Engineering, Microwave Engineering, Communicatin Engineering
  1. Reliability, Graph theory, Secrity, Encryption
  1. (1)Atomically thin-layered materials


  1. (1) High frequency applications.
  2. (2) Antenna design for RFID applications.
  3. (3) Dielectric characterization of materials.
  4. (4) Surface modification of materials.
  1. Keyword: Ubiquitous Computing; Intelligent Systems; Internet-of-Things; Artificial Intelligence