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Courses in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering are taught by faculty members from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Department of Electronic Science and Engineering (Graduate School of Engineering); from the Education and Research Center for Photonics and Electronics Science and Engineering; from the Department of Communications and Computer Engineering, the Department of Intelligence Science and Technology, and the Department of Systems Science (Graduate School of Informatics); from the Department of Socio-Environmental Energy Science, the Department of Fundamental Energy Science, and the Department of Energy Science and Technology (Graduate School of Energy Science). Moreover, additional staff members of the Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, the Venture Business Laboratory, the Institute of Advanced Energy, and International Innovation Center join the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering as part-time instructors.

The graduate education system consists of the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Department of Electronic Science and Engineering. The Department of Electrical Engineering has four courses:

  • Advanced electrical systems theory (dedicated course)
  • Fundamentals of systems (core course): automatic control engineering, innovative systems theory
  • Biomedical engineering (core course): composite systems theory, biological function engineering
  • Electromagnetic engineering (core course): applied superconductivity, electrical and electromagnetic circuit, electromagnetic energy engineering

In addition, the radio engineering course (Field: radio science simulation) is held as a cooperative program with the Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere.

 

The Department of Electronic Science and Engineering consists of four courses:

  • Functional integrated engineering (dedicated course)
  • Electronic physics (core course): microscopic vacuum electronic engineering, and plasma physics
  • Electronic materials science (core course): semiconductor physics, and materials science for electronics
  • Quantum engineering (core course): optoelectronic materials science and engineering, light quantum electronic engineering, and quantum-electromagnetic engineering

As a cooperative program with the Education and Research Center for Photonics and Electronics Science and Engineering attached to the university, nano-process course (field: nano-process engineering). With cooperation from the internally funded International Innovation Center, fusion function material engineering course (fields: function creation engineering, and electronic property frontier) are provided. The Venture Business Laboratory also cooperates in graduate education as a facility for electrical and electronic engineering.