Mathematics

Mathematics course is divided into two parts; pure mathematics and applied mathematics. In the pure mathematics part, we present opportunities where students study algebra, geometry, topology, ordinary differential equations, function differential equations, difference equations and complex analysis. Also in the applied mathematics part, we present opportunities where students study partial differential equations, optimization theory, mathematical statics, ergodic theory, dynamical systems, mathematical modeling, mathematical biology and functional equations.

Information Systems Design and Data Science

The Information Systems Design and Data Science Course aims to foster people who want to learn theoretical backgrounds of computer software and hardware, to practice production of such systems, and to engage in research of novel technologies and methods in this area. The course covers various topics in theoretical foundations and applications of information systems and data engineering. The topics of data engineering include intelligent information processing, probability theory and statistics, machine learning, information retrieval. The topics about information systems include network, cryptography, human-centered design, well-being information technology, programming education, digital design and design methodology, program analysis, DNA computing, term rewriting system, automated theorem proving, and algorithm and complexity theory.

Physics and Materials Science

This course covers following academic fields.
•Fundamental Physics, covering theoretical studies of quantum field theory and elementary particle physics, theoretical and experimental studies of magnetic, superconducting and other properties at low temperatures for strongly correlated materials, non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, and computational physics.
•Materials Science and Engineering, covering characterization of crystal structures, defects and microstructures in order to elucidate their physical properties of materials.
•Electronic Device Engineering, covering semiconductor superlattices and quantum structures, compound semiconductor photonic devices, crystal growth of compound semiconductors, large area electronics, transparent conducting films, organic semiconductor devices, superconductors, and advanced electronic materials design.

Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic Engineering

•Mechanical Engineering : Mechanics and design of advanced materials and flexible structures, Active vibration control/transfer control/nonlinear control for mechanical systems, Sound and vibration measurement, Design and performance analysis of gear devices used as robot joints, Damping and transfer control for wheeled mobile robots and carts, Fluid dynamic design of vehicles and engines, Analysis of resonance phenomenon and reduction of vibration.
•Electrical and Electronic Engineering : Remote sensing using electromagnetic waves, Development of optical metrology systems, Development of optical fiber sensing systems, Optical and photonic systems, Image systems engineering and applied vision, Development of assisting system for developmental disorder, Development of communication aids, Biomedical signal processing