Kansai University

Engineering Science Major
Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering

The electrical, electronic and information engineering is one of the major academic disciplines supporting our modern science and technology. We conduct education and research in the fields of energy generation/conversion, control/optimization, material science, semiconductor, electronic devices, microelectronics, plasma/optics/radio, information communications, information networks, statistics, analog circuits, image processing, computing systems, etc. The remarkable advancement of these fields has been increasing demands on advanced researchers and engineers not only in research institutes like universities but also in companies and other practical working scenes in our society. This results in the growing importance of a human resource who completes a master course of a graduate school and has a wide range of specialized and fundamental knowledges in electrical, electronic and information engineering.
The students in our Master’s degree program for the discipline of electrical, electronic and information engineering are striving to acquire thinking/applying abilities and skills through the joint investigations of research problems with the other students under the guidance of supervisor(s) belonging to their desired research field. In order to make the obtained research outcomes publicly open, students are encouraged to make presentations in international and domestic conferences and to publish papers in scientific journals, which can stimulate their feeling of independence as a researcher and engineer. The educational curriculum in our graduate school is programed so that it can enhance the ability and skill of electrical, electronic and information engineering, which have been obtained through the undergraduate course. We aim to produce students who have strong competence to work in real-world environments, which can be cultivated by obtaining a wide range of up-to-date knowledge and by challenging highly-specialized research problems with the foundation of basic educations given during the undergraduate course. In each laboratory, Master and Bachelor students constitute a research group, and conduct research jointly with their supervisor(s). This enables Master students to promote their originality and to learn how to supervise the other students through the experience of pleasure and difficulty to reach new findings, which are all required skills for the advanced researcher and engineer. Many alumni of our graduate school are actively working in major Japanese companies related to electrical, electronic and information engineering and playing key roles as a leading researcher and engineering in our society.

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