In the Science and Engineering Major, students acquire the basic knowledge mathematics, physics, and informatics. Based on this knowledge, they will contribute to the development of mathematical science, physics, information science, mechanical engineering, electric and electronic engineering, and materials engineering as advanced engineers and researchers with an international viewpoint. 

Mathematics Course

 Academic Advisor  Main Research Projects
Prof. J. Sugie Ordinary differential equations, function differential equations, difference equations and their applications to science
Prof. T. Nakanishi Complex analysis
Prof. A. Ueda Ring Theory
Prof. T. Yamada Differential geometry
Assoc. Prof. M. Aoki Number theory
Assoc. Prof. E. Matsuhashi General topology and geometric topology
Assoc. Prof. T. Watanabe Differential topology
Assoc. Prof. S. Maeta Differential geometry
Prof. D. Kuroiwa Optimization theory
Prof. T. Wada Partial differential equations
Assoc. Prof. Y. Saito Functional equations and mathematical biology
Assoc. Prof. T. Yamada Mathematical Statistics
Assoc. Prof. Y. Nakata Delay equations and structured population dynamics
Assoc. Prof. M. Iwamoto Mathematical modeling and applications
Assis. Prof. S. Suzuki Nonlinear analysis and mathematical programming


Information Systems Design and Data Science Course

 Academic Advisor  Main Research Projects
Prof. K. Aizawa DNA computing, Model of computation
Prof. H. Sakano Data science, Pattern recognition and machine Learning
Assoc. Prof. M. Suzuki Programming language, Programming education
Assoc. Prof. T. Hirotomi Well-being information technology
Assoc. Prof. A. Kanzaki Sensor network
Assis. Prof. Y. Yamada Information Retrieval
Assis. Prof. M. Shirai Data Science
Prof. M. Hirakawa Multimodal system design and development
Prof. K. Hamaguchi Digital design and design methodology
Prof. T. Kamiya Software engineering, Program analysis
Assoc. Prof. M. Iwami Term rewriting system, Automated theorem proving
Assoc. Prof. K. Hakuta Cryptography
Assis. Prof. H. Morizumi Algorithm and complexity theory
Assis. Prof. T. Sakai Data Science


Physics and Materials Science Course

 Academic Advisor  Main Research Projects
Prof. K. Fujiwara NMR study of physical properties in strongly correlated electron systems and search of exotic materials
Prof. H. Tanaka Condensed matter theory on the basis of first principles calculation, development of a new method for computational physics, and mathematical physics
Prof. N. Haba Researches of the standard model of high energy physics and beyond the standard model (Supersymmetry, Grand Unified Theory, Extra-Dimension theory etc.)
Prof. K. Miyoshi Magnetic, transport and superconducting properties of strongly correlated materials and their high pressure effect
Assoc. Prof. S. Tsukada Phase transitions and functions of ferroelectric materials probed by spectroscopic techniques, and development of new ferroelectric materials
Assoc. Prof. S. Nishigori Research on physical properties of strongly correlated electron systems etc., Development and application of techniques for thermal properties measurement under high pressures
Assoc. Prof. S. Mochizuki Nonperturbative methods in quantum field theory, including lattice gauge theory, Random matrix theory and its application to quantum physics, especially level statistics and quantum chaos
Assoc. Prof. T. Mutou Numerical study of exotic quantum states in strongly-correlated electron systems and quantum spin systems, and theoretical study of many-body problems based on statistical physics
Assoc. Prof. G. Motoyama Material research on strongly correlated electron systems and study of magnetic and transport properties under ultra low temperature
Prof. T. Kitamura Research on R&D management and innovation creation, especially promotion and effect of industry-university cooperation
Prof. K. Arakawa Studies on lattice defects in extreme environmental materials, using transmission electron microscopy
Prof. S. Morito Research on morphology and crystallography of materials with electron microscopies and electron diffraction analyses
Assoc. Prof. H. Kitagawa Research on preparation and physical properties of intermetallic compounds and ceramics materials for thermoelectric applications
Assoc. Prof. M. Miyamoto Research on surface modification of plasma facing materials in fusion reactor
Assis. Prof. H. A. Pham Characterization of materials microstructure by using electron microscopy and diffraction technique. Evolution of materials microstructure during various manufacturing processes
Prof. I. Hiromitsu Optoelectronic devices based on organic semiconductors, especially organic solar cells
Prof. Y. Yamada Crystal growth of bulk and thin film superconductors and transparent conductors and improvement of their properties
Prof. Y. Kajikawa Research on new semiconductor materials for optical devices, Development of semiconductor opto-electronic devices utilizing superlattices and quantum well structures
Prof. Y. Fujita Preparation of ZnO thin films and nano-particles, and their applications to the optical devices and nano-medicine
Prof. H. Kageshima Advanced electronic materials research on mechanisms to manifest physical properties and on theories to control functions
Assoc. Prof. W. Yeh Development of Large Area Group 4 Semiconductor Devices for Thin-Film Transistors and solar cells
Assoc. Prof. T. Yoshida Carrier conduction mechanisms and transistor applications of oxide semiconductor particle layers
Assis. Prof. S. Funaki Research on development of novel fabrication methods in superconductor and transparent conductors for applications


Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Course

 Academic Advisor  Main Research Projects
Prof. F. Ashida Study on stress analyses of functional materials and structures
Prof. K. Yoshida Research on nonlinear control for systems with input and state constraints, such as active vibration control for structural systems and load transfer control for crane systems
Assoc. Prof. Z. Hai Research on non-destructive inspection and noise control for mechanical structures
Assoc. Prof. S. Li Static and dynamic behavior (strength & life, vibration & noise, lubrication & efficiency) of various kinds of gears used in space-exploring machines, robots and aircrafts
Assoc. Prof. M. Hamaguchi Research on damping transfer control using mobile robot and manipulator, damping actuator and welfare and nursing robot
Assoc. Prof. J. Shinjo Thermo-fluid dynamics of engines and aerodynamics of transportation vehicles
Assoc. Prof. T. Morimoto Mechanics and design of soft materials and flexible structures
Assoc. Prof. S. Tamura Characteristics of nonlinear dynamics and theory of vibration suppression for mechanical structures
Assis. Prof. T. Tsuzuki Global asymptotic stabilization problem for nonlinear control systems with non-Euclidean state spaces
Prof. M. Nawate Human information processing, instrumentation of human-computer interaction, and their application to well-being technology
Prof. H. Masuda Future high-capacity optical communication and ubiquitous networks utilizing opto-electronics technologies
Prof. F. Ito Optical sensing technologies by using lasers and optical fibers, and advanced optical measurement for evaluating optical devices
Prof. M. Yokota Optical Metrology focusing on interferometry including digital holography and image processing
Prof. S. Yano  
Assoc. Prof. H. Arakawa Study on the inverse problem analysis technique with a small number measurement and their application to the physical, medical and environmental fields
Assoc. Prof. T. Shimomai Remote sensing of Earth environments using electromagnetic waves
Assoc. Prof. W. Nakamura Analysis of non-invasively measured functional brain data and development of related signal processing methods
Assis. Prof. F. Ito Communication aids and software for severely disabled people
Assis. Prof. K. Kitamura Future high-capacity optical communication and ubiquitous networks utilizing opto-electronics technologies