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Frontier Materials and Function Engineering

We foster graduates who can grasp a wide range of fields and globally outstanding.

This is a new department that integrates conventional Frontier Materials and Function Engineering with materials science and engineering. In this department, the multi-disciplinary educational philosophy has been inherited and expanded. We provide wider and well-developed courses and research in materials engineering and function engineering. Nowadays, advancement of scientific technology and industry are accelerating and becoming globalized. Therefore we integrate the conventional academic fields, such as chemistry, substances and materials, electronics, information, energy, environment and recycling. We strive to foster advanced, internationally competent expert engineers and researchers who have the abilities to find their own research themes and to solve problems.
Specifically, we are focusing on the three fields; materials formation, energy science and environmental recycling. We provide professional educations and research in materials engineering and function engineering from the basics to the application.

Frontier Materials and Function Engineering

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Workshop of Frontier Materials and Function Engineering papers

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Once a year, we have a workshop of Frontier Materials and Function Engineering as a curriculum of special training. Students discuss their research topics in the style of poster presentations in order to enhance understanding of master’s thesis. These events are held in cooperation with off-campus institutions and it helps to increase ability in academic communication.

Field-integrated (interdisciplinary) lectures

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We hold field-integrated (interdisciplinary) type lectures of materials engineering and function engineering. We aim to foster researchers and engineers who can achieve a sustainable community by expanding the research into a variety of fields.

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