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About the Department of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science


Department of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) provides education and conducts research in the broad areas of electronics engineering, computer science and information technology (IT). The department is committed to the promotion of "Information technology engineer who understands electronics" and "Electronics engineer who understands information technology" by integrated education of electronics engineering and information technology. The study of EECS encompasses a wide range of technologies including microelectronics, optoelectronics, communications and networking, computer architecture and design, control and robotics, software engineering and multimedia. Advanced training in these fields will open up a wide span of career opportunities including engineering and high-tech industries, finance and management, teaching and research. Because EECS combines electronics engineering, information technology and computer science our students experience a range of specialization which enables greater penetration of the disciplines; this is one of the reasons why our graduates are in demand.
 

UNDEGRADUATE PROGRAM


Our undergraduate degree program offers three selective courses of studies:

  1. Computer Science and Engineering
    This course is administered by Japanese Accreditation Board for Engineering Education (JABEE). It focuses on computer science, software and hardware design, information engineering and multimedia.
  2. Electronic Devices:
    Electronic Devices: This course focuses on the fundamental aspects of microelectronics, circuit design, signal processing, communications, optoelectronics and electromagnetics.
  3. Infortmatics and Electronics:
    This course deals with basic hardware and software development and system integration.

The courses are distinctive, stimulating and challenging. The education curriculum was developed through the EECS department's close ties to industry and is constantly refined to meet "real world demands" and today's rapid changes in information technology. Laboratories in both hardware and software are integrated within the curriculum.
 
 

GRADUATE PROGRAM IN ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE (MASTER OF SCIENCE PROGRAM)


The Electronics and Computer Science program is designed to foster researchers whose advanced knowledge and research capability in the field of electronic engineering equips them to help spearhead the ongoing technological revolution in electronics, information and communications. The program covers research in seven areas: microelectronics, communication systems, optoelectronics, computer systems, information technology, knowledge processing, and multimedia. The subjects offered are in the fields of Solid State Circuits Engineering, Electronic Circuit Engineering, Radio Wave Engineering, Optoelectronic Communication, Computer Engineering, Robotics, Natural Language Processing, Speech Processing, and Image Processing. From the 2008 academic year a new course on training specialists in information technology is also offered.
 
 

GRADUATE PROGRAM IN INFORMATICS AND CONTROL SYSTEMS (Ph.D. PROGRAM)


This program is composed of four majors: Computer Science, Information Transmission Engineering, Solid State Electronics, Power Electronics and Mechatronics. In the Computer Science course students study information processing, natural language processing and intelligent information processing. In the Information Transmission Engineering course the research studies are focused on information transmission, including optical transmission, while research themes in the Power Electronics and Mechatronics course include robot control and power conversion using semiconductor devices. The Solid State Electronics course conducts research on various kinds of functional devices that support such systems. The program's intensively interdisciplinary approach ensures that this diverse research is coordinated for maximum educational and research efficiency.
 
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