Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering

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The Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering is comprised of four courses: Electronic materials, Electrical systems, Integrated electronics, and Information and communication systems. The aim of the graduate and under graduate courses of the Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering is to educate and train students to yield engineers and researchers of the next generation for advanced core fields of electronic materials, electrical engineering, integrated electronics, and information communication technology.

  • Electronic Materials Course
    This Electronic Materials Course trains and develops students by providing broad fundamental knowledge and technologies of substances, materials, processing, and instrumentation, which are the foundations of electrical and electronic information engineering. Certificated students can perform active and important roles as practically-minded and creative research-based engineers in the various industrial areas including the electrical and electronic industries, chemical and material industries, the information network area, home information appliances, vehicles, robotics, and medical welfare.
  • Electrical Systems Course
    Students learn fundamental knowledge and technologies of generation, transportation, control, storages, measurements, and applications of electrical energy, based on understanding the importance of electrical energy for a sustainable evolving society. Students trained in this course will perform important roles as engineers and researchers in the various industrial fields including environment and energy, electrical and electronics, traffic and communications, materials and nanotechnology, machine and mechatronics, biology, medical care, primary, and tertiary industries.
  • Integrated Electronics Course
    The campus, ‘LSI factory’, which provides a great opportunity to fabricate in-house integrated-circuit based devices, helps students acquire fundamental knowledge and techniques on semiconductor devices, CMOS, MEMS, analog circuits, optoelectronics, micro-and nano-scale sensors, and their interdisciplinary applications. Through the course program, our students become highly-skilled engineers and researchers who are acknowledged for their contributions to a wide range of fields including the semiconductor industry, information technology, robot, bio, and medical research.
  • Information and Communication System Course
    The Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is the backbone of industries that supports our 21st-century society and is continuing to play more significant roles. In this course, students learn broad and profound science and technologies, from hardware layers such as functional integrated circuits, sensors, and smart antennas, up to communication system, networks, and applications. Students are expected to contribute to industries of a variety of fields such as communications, broadcasting, electric devices, system development, medical welfare, transportation, ecology, energy, cargo, finance, insurance, or other related businesses after graduation.

Pioneering, advanced engineers equipped with a wide vision and comprehensive cognitive ability are developed through our unique spiral curriculum system of education which spans from undergraduate to doctoral courses in graduate schools. In this way, curricula are tailor-made to fit the compatibility and goals of individual students. As a result, our students graduate with a mastery of cutting-edge electrical and electronic information engineering, prioritizing practicality and cutting-edge technology. Also, we closely collaborate with the Electronics-Inspired Interdisciplinary Research Institute (EIIRIS) and unique educational programs.

Our department strives to offer a world-class education and research that benefit the international community and expand the dreams and hopes of humanity.

*eECo (Electrical, Electronic, and Communications)