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GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

Mechanical and Electronic Systems Course (Master’s Degree Program)

Topics of master’s degree theses

  • A Driving Method for Reduction of Ringing Duration of High Power Ultrasonic Pulse Source
  • Study on measurement of time-varying load by time and frequency analyses
  • Study on push-out strength of rod-cylinder joint bonded with inorganic adhesive
  • Research on rehabilitation support robot
  • Development of measuring system for evaluation of elastic modulus of multilayer thermal barrier coatings at high temperatures
  • Effect of blade parameters on rotating performance of Gyro-mill type wind turbine
  • Research of the Radial Line Slot Antenna using Non-Resonant Cross-Slot Pair for the Matching Slot
  • Research of the Millimeter Wave Band Electromagnetic Wave Observation System Generated by the Rock Compression on the Earthquake
  • Study on control of 5 link manipulator
  • A study on touchless interface operation using Kinect V2
  • A Method of One-Path Rate Control for JPEG XT
  • Prototype implementation of a state-monitoring and water-supplying system for plant by using microcomputer
  • Estimation of Forearm Motion Using Quaternion Neural Network

Credits and Degrees

Master’s Degree Program

Requirements for completion

Number of credits to be obtained

Elective

Lecturers

At least 30 credits in total

Required

Advanced experiments

Advanced seminars

Research guidance Creation of a master’s thesis

Master (Engineering)

Courses and teachers in the master’s degree program (as of April, 2019)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

Advanced experiments and seminars Experiments on Mechanical Systems Engineering Ⅰ 2 Respective teachers
Experiments on Mechanical Systems Engineering Ⅱ 2
Exercises on Mechanical Systems Engineering Ⅰ 2
Exercises on Mechanical Systems Engineering Ⅱ 2
Exercises on Mechanical Systems Engineering Ⅲ 2
Exercises on Mechanical Systems Engineering Ⅳ 2
Experiments on Electronic Systems Engineering Ⅰ 2
Experiments on Electronic Systems Engineering Ⅱ 2
Exercises on Electronic Systems Engineering Ⅰ 2
Exercises on Electronic Systems Engineering Ⅱ 2
Exercises on Electronic Systems Engineering Ⅲ 2
Exercises on Electronic Systems Engineering Ⅳ 2
Applied mechanics Dynamics of Machinery 2 SUZUKI Yasuyuki
Fracture Mechanics 2 YOSHIDA Tsutomu
Mechanics of Materials 2 Not offered
Engineering Mechanics 2 NISHIKAWA Yoshio
Robot and control system engineering Robotics 2 KAGAWA Yoshihito
Control Engineering 2 ANZAI Tetsuya
Energy system engineering Heat Transfer Mechanisms 2 MATSUNAGA Naoki
Fluid Mechanics 2 FUJIMOTO Ichiro
Computational Fluid Dynamics 2 HIRANO Takanori
Thermodynamics 2 KIGA Takashi
Design engineering Structural Design 2 KIHARA Koichiro
Functional Design 2 MORI Kiyomi
Signal processing and circuit systems engineering Digital Signal Processing and its Applications 2 HAYASHI Seiji
Graph Theory of Networks 2 OGAWA Takehiko
Electronic Circuit Design 2 MITSUBORI Kunihiko
Image Processing and its Applications 2 WATANABE Osamu
Data processing 2 HO YIHSIN
Signal processing and circuit systems engineering Applied electronic communications engineering Signal Transmission Technology 2 MAEYAMA Toshiyuki
Electron Devices 2 YOSHIMORI Shigeru
Ultrasonic Engineering 2 WATANABE Yuji
Medical Engineering 2 HASEGAWA Jun
Applied Electronic Engineering 2 TSUNEMITSU Yasuhiro
Common within the course Selected Topics in Mechanical and Electronics System Engineering Ⅰ 2 Multiple teachers
Selected Topics in Mechanical and Electronics System Engineering Ⅱ 2 SUZUKI Kazuo
Internship 2 Respective teachers

≪Notes≫

  • The class subjects with the ● mark and ○ mark in the table indicate required subjects for the first year and those for the second year, respectively. (Other subjects are elective.)

Information and Design Science Course (Master’s Degree Program)

Topics of master’s degree theses (for 2018)

  • Development of a visual programming environment in the VR space
  • Development of Seat Components of Chair Using Elasticity of Compressed Japanese Cedar
  • Evaluation tool by moyamoya level visualization
  • Development of Hollow Structure Shelf with Bamboo for Indoor Disaster Prevention
  • Development of sensor communication environment using network for rapid prototyping
  • Influence on communication in virtual space by using avatar
  • A Study on Ant Colony Optimization with Multi-Pheromones for Constraint Satisfaction Problems
  • Study on Improvement of Signal Transmission Characteristics using Genetic Algorithm
  • Study on Radiation due to Imbalance of Printed Wiring Board

Credits and Degrees

Master’s Degree Program

Requirements for completion

Number of credits to be obtained

Elective

Lecturers

At least 30 credits in total

Required

Advanced seminars

Research guidance Creation of a master’s thesis

Master (Engineering)

Courses and teachers in the master’s degree program (as of April, 2019)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

Advanced seminars Exercises on Computer Science Ⅰ 3 Respective teachers
Exercises on Computer Science Ⅱ 3
Exercises on Computer Science Ⅲ 3
Exercises on Computer Science Ⅳ 3
Exercises on Design Science Ⅰ 3
Exercises on Design Science Ⅱ 3
Exercises on Design Science Ⅲ 3
Exercises on Design Science Ⅳ 3
Information science Dependable Computing 2 MINOHARA Takashi
Advances Algorithm 2 NISHITA Seikoh
Implementation of Programming Languages 2 IWASAWA Kyoko
Operating Systems 2 HAYAKAWA Eiichi
Selected Topics in Computer System Architecture 2 HAYAKAWA Eiichi
Programming Languages 2 NISHITA Seikoh
Advanced Information Security 2 SHIMAKAWA Masaya
Computer science Computer Aided Engineering 2 HATAYAMA Kazumi
Information Technology for Education 2 SASAKI Hitoshi
Agent-based System 2 MIZUNO Kazunori
Image Sensing and Analysis 2 MOROZUMI Tatsuru
Selected Topics in Data Engineering 2 TERAOKA Takehiro
Electromagnetic Compatibility for Digital Systems 2 TAKAHASHI Takehiro
KANSEI information system design Computed Imaging & KANSEI Information 2 OKAZAKI Akira
Product Design 2 Alvarez Jaime
Visual Information Processing 2 OSHIMA Naoki
Communication Design 2 KOIDE Shoji
Cognitive Science 2 YAMASHITA Toshiyuki
Advanced Computer Graphics 2 Choi hongseok

Exercise on KANSEI Informatic Design

2 Respective teachers
Living environment system design Environmental Design 2 NAGAMI Yutaka
Living Product Design 2 ABE Mari
Living Space Design 2 SHIRAISHI Terumi
Studies on Life and Culture 2 KUDO Yoshiaki
User Experience Design 2 MORIOKA Daisuke
Exercise on Living Environmental System Design 2 Respective teachers
Common within the course Selected Topics in Computer and Design Science Ⅰ 2 Respective teachers
Selected Topics in Computer and Design Science Ⅱ 2
Internship 2
Management of Technology 2 KITAHARA Yoshinori
Advanced Computer Programming 2 Multiple teachers
Arts Informatics 2 KIJIMA Akira
Exercise on Advanced Arts Informatics 2 KIJIMA Akira
Theory of Design History 2 KUDO Yoshiaki
Statistics Theory about Design 2 FUKUHARA Takahiro
Exercise on Statistics Theory about Design 2 NAGAMI Yutaka

≪Notes≫

  • The class subjects with the ● mark and ○ mark in the table indicate required subjects for the first year and those for the second year, respectively. (Other subjects are elective.)

Mechanics and Electronics Systems Course (Doctoral Degree Program)

Credits and Degrees

Doctoral Degree Program

  • As standard, at least three extra years
  • Foreign language proficiency tests
  • Research presentation
  • Publication of peer-reviewed papers
  • Doctoral thesis

Doctor (Engineering)

Class subjects and teachers in the doctoral degree program (as of April, 2019)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

advanced studies in doctoral thesis area Study on Mechanical Systems Engineering Respective teachers
Study on Design Science Respective teachers
Realm of Mechanical Systems Engineering Applied Mechanics for Doctoral Students 2 KAGAWA Yoshihito
SUZUKI Yasuyuki
YOSHIDA Tsutomu
KIHARA Koichiro
SUGIBAYASHI Toshio
Energy Conversion System for Doctoral Students 2 FUJIMOTO Ichiro
MATSUNAGA Naoki
Realm of Electronic Systems Signal Processing and Circuit Systems for Doctoral Students 2 OGAWA Takehiko
HAYASHI Seiji
MITSUBORI Kunihiko
Applied Electronics and Telecommunications for Doctoral Students 2 HASEGAWA Jun
YOSHIMORI Shigeru
WATANABE Yuji
Common to each field Advanced Lectures on Mechanical and Electronic Systems Engineering 2 Multiple teachers
Advanced Lectures on Computer and Design Science 2 Multiple teachers

Information and Design Science Course (Doctoral Degree Program)

Credits and Degrees

Doctoral Degree Program

  • As standard, at least three extra years
  • Foreign language proficiency tests
  • Research presentation
  • Publication of peer-reviewed papers
  • Doctoral thesis

Doctor (Engineering)

Class subjects and teachers in the doctoral degree program (as of April, 2019)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

advanced studies in doctoral thesis area Study on Computer Science Respective teachers
Study on Design Science Respective teachers
Realm of Computer Science Information Science for Doctoral Students 2 IWASAWA Kyoko
HAYAKAWA Eichi
MINOHARA Takashi
NISHITA Seikoh
Computer Science for Doctoral Students 2 SASAKI Hitoshi
TAKAHASHI Takehiro
MIZUNO Kazunori
MOROZUMI Tatsuru
Realm of Design Science KANSEI Informatics System Design for Doctoral Students 2 OKAZAKI Akira
OSHIMA Naoki
Living Environmental System Design for Doctoral Students 2 ABE Mari
SHIRAISHI Terumi
Common to each field Advanced Lectures on Mechanical and Electronic Systems Engineering 2 Multiple teachers
Advanced Lectures on Computer and Design Science 2 Multiple teachers

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