Humanity has continued to prosper by skillfully manipulating the real world of physics and the abstract world of information while going back and forth between these two worlds.
From the invention of language to the present day, manipulating physics through the abstraction of information has changed our society with tremendous power.
Physics is necessary to manipulate information, and if you face physics, you will see new ways to use information. Physics and information. Hardware and software. Principles and applications. Real space and cyber space. Learning one or the other is not enough, and what is needed now is the ability to take a bird's-eye view of both and go back and forth between them.
In the Department of Information and Communication Engineering and the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, we are cultivating such human resources.
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Department of Information and Communication Engineering
EEIC consists of EE, which stands for the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and IC, which stands for the Department of Information and Communication Engineering.
They do not offer studies in completely different fields, and you can choose either department depending on which of the following areas of study you wish to focus on.
Both departments have curriculum designed to nurture human resources with a bird's-eye view of physics and information, hardware and software, and principles and applications.
The Department of Information and Communication Engineering is recommended mainly for those who are interested in the information field, and the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is mainly for those who are interested in physics-related science and technology. Whichever you choose, you will be able to study both in depth, or you can concentrate on only one of them. In either case, please forget about any previous difficulties you may have had with the subject. You will be able to master the studies directly related to the goal of what is needed in society from the fundamentals all over again.
If you are interested in media information, contents, and people, or computers and networks, the Department of Information and Communication Engineering is recommended, and if you are interested in nano physics, light quantum, and biotechnology, or energy, environment, and space, the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is recommended. In addition, the field of systems and electronics can be approached from either of these departments.
Information and Communication Engineering and Electrical and Electronic Engineering are disciplines that are seamlessly connected from the nanoscale to the cosmic scale.
At EEIC, we aim to systematically study these technologies which play a central role in modern technology, and cultivate the ability to develop cutting-edge applications. You will be learning about a wide variety of fields with a broad perspective, while digging deeper into specific fields.
In the Information and Communication Engineering and Electrical and Electronic Engineering departments, we aim to systematically learn the information, electrical, and electronic technologies that play a central role in modern technology and cultivate the academic ability and knowledge to develop cutting-edge applications. EEIC has a curriculum ranging from the basics of information and physics to specialized fields, and students select the theme that suits them best.
In addition, EEIC has a wealth of facilities and a wealth of faculty members and fellow students for your research in electrical engineering.
EEIC's undergraduate and master's students find employment in a wide variety of companies and institutions.