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DEPARTMENT OF SYSTEMS INNOVATION ENGINEERING

Electrical, Electronic, and Communication Engineering


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What are these pyramidal structures?! An electric anechoic chamber that absorbs electric waves

What are these pyramidal structures?! An electric anechoic chamber that absorbs electric waves

The Electrical, Electronic, and Communication Engineering is an academic course to utilize the electronic properties. We pursue the sustainable development of the human society and make out life and the social activities convenient.
In this course, you will learn the electric and electronic engineering, the measurement engineering, the control engineering, and the communication engineering from the basic to the applications. We aim to realize the following technologies: the environmentally friendly and reliable electricity generation and its transportation method; the new electronic devices with an advanced sensor or intelligent functions; and the communication network and wireless technology for the comfortable life by safe, reliable and high-speed data transmission. We foster globally-outstanding engineers and researchers with technological capabilities to solve problems in our modern society.

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Contents of Study

I know! Group discussion in laboratory of fundamental electrical, electronic, and communication engineering

I know! Group discussion in laboratory of fundamental electrical, electronic, and communication engineering

Watch out for high voltage! Research on spatiotemporal electrical energy compression

Watch out for high voltage! Research on spatiotemporal electrical energy compression

The Field of the Communication and Electronic System

Students will study the theories and technologies of the electronic devices and electronically applied systems based on the knowledge of the communication network, digital integrated circuit, digital signal processing, and measurement and control engineering. In the field of communication engineering, practical educations for national qualification exams are prepared.

The Field of the Electronic Device

Students will study the theories and technologies of the electronic materials and the electronic devices. We educate and research on the semiconductor engineering, the magnetic sensor which can detect the human or the environmental change, and their application to the medical and the health engineering.

The Field of the Electrical Energy

Students will study the electric energy systematically, such as the generation of electricity and its transportation. We educate and research on the electrical and physical phenomena from the basics to their applications such as the electric discharge, the gaseous plasma, and the high-energy particles.

I enjoy my research life by dedicating myself to doing experiments every day

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Course
NEJO Taishu [from Hachinohe Kodai 2 High School, Aomori Prefecture]

NEJO Taishu

In my course, I can learn not only electricity, electronics, and electromagnetics but also programming languages for hardware and software. This is attractive for me. In the lecture, the familiar phenomena and application examples make me easy to understand. My favorite subject is electromagnetics. Several solutions to a question are derived by learning physical laws. This is the interesting point.
At the moment I’m concentrating on my graduation research. Though it is hard to equip new knowledge about my research, I’m entirely satisfied with my research life. In the future, I’d like to work in the automotive industry.

Curriculum

First year Second year Third year Fourth year
Specialized Basic Courses
Basic Mathematics
Calculus Ⅰ
Calculus Ⅱ
Linear Algebra
Differential Equations
Physics Ⅰ
Chemistry
Physics Ⅱ
Vector Analysis
Probability and Statistics
Fourier Analysis
Complex Analysis
Electrical, Electronic, and Communication Engineering Course Subjects
Applied Electrical and Electronic Engineering Practicum Ⅰ
Electrical Mathematics
Material Physics of Electronic Materials
Circuit Theory Ⅱ
Circuit Theory Ⅲ
Electricity and Magnetism Ⅱ
Electromagnetic Wave Engineering
Digital Electronic Circuits
Electric and Electronic Measurements
Electronic Devices Ⅰ
Energy Conversion Systems
Basic Electrical and Electronic Engineering Laboratory
Programming Language and Exercises
Seminar in English for Electrical and Electronic Engineering Ⅰ
Telecommunications Theory
Electronic Devices Ⅱ
Applied Electronic Circuits
Computer Engineering
Control System Engineering
Electric Device Engineering
Applied Electrical and Electronic Engineering Laboratory
Software Design of Embedded Systems Practicum
Hardware Design of Embedded Systems Practicum
Telecommunications Networks
Communication Systems
Digital Signal Processing
Semiconductor LSI Engineering
Optical Electronics
High-voltage Plasma Engineering
Power Generation Engineering
Energy Transmission and Distribution Engineering
Selected Topics in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Seminar in English for Electrical and Electronic Engineering Ⅱ
Applied Electrical and Electronic Engineering Practicum Ⅱ
Graduation Research
Electrical Designing and Drawing
Electrical Code
Radio Regulations
Seminar in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Common Courses within Science
Circuit Theory Ⅰ
Electricity and Magnetism Ⅰ
Basic Computer Engineering
Surveying
Analog Electronic Circuits
Discrete Mathematics
Logic Circuits
Mechanics of Materials Ⅰ
Mechanical Dynamics
Mechanical Design
Structural Mechanics Ⅰ
Environmental Engineering
Common Courses within the Department
Introduction to Soft Path Science and Engineering Nuclear Engineering
Ethics for Engineers
Quality Control and Industrial Management Plan
Introduction to Intellectual Property
Selected Topics in Patent Law
Internships
Overseas Training in English for Science and Engineering

Compulsory Subjects Elective Subjects

Career Paths

Graduates are absolutely needed not only in the electric, electronic, and communication engineering industries but also in the mechanics, chemical, construction, finance, and transportation industries. Therefore, high employment rate will be expected. Furthermore, we recommend post-graduate studies to acquire a higher level of expertise.

electricity and electronics / energy / communications / automobiles / IT / transportation / medical equipment / civil service / go on to graduate school, etc.

Faculty Members

OSADA Hiroshi
Professor
The clarification of organism-derived thermal control mechanisms and the development of engineered temperature control systems
KOBAYASHI Koichiro
Professor
The development of biosensing technologies and research related to signal processing
TAKAKI Koichi
Professor
The research and development of pulse power technologies to generate plasma
TSUNEKAWA Yoshitaka
Professor
Digital signal processing applications and the development of hardware algorithms
NISHIDATE Kazume
Professor
Making use of the latest scientific theories and supercomputers to seek physical electronic structures
HONMA Naoki
Professor
The research of antenna system technologies to resolve radio wave depletion problems
MUKAIGAWA Seiji
Professor
Generation and applications of discharge plasma
AKIYAMA Masahiro
Associate Professor
The development of pulse power generators and the research of plasma in liquids
KIKUCHI Hiroaki
Associate Professor
The application of non-destructive evaluation of electromagnets and sensors that use magnets
DAIBO Masahiro
Associate Professor
The research of vector-potential coils
MIURA Kenji
Associate Professor
The fabrication, evaluation, and application of microwave band magnetic composites
ABE Takami
Assistant Professor
Development of the UV-LED and the UV sensor using ZnO single crystal
YE Rongbin
Assistant Professor
The development of thin-film secondary batteries and photovoltaics that make use of energy harvesting
SATO Hiroaki
Assistant Professor
Simulations and virtual reality for applications in the optimal design of control equipment
TAKAHASHI Katsuyuki
Assistant Professor
The cleaning of sewage water using discharge plasma
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