Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

_The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering has three educational goals : “electronics”, “information and communication”, and “electric energy”. These are essential in modern society.
_And it aims to train creative and all-round engineers who are active in the rapidly developing industrial world, studying wellbalanced curriculum.
_To be specific, the students can study both analog and digital technology from basics to electrical applications. That is, they can study how to use electronics and microcomputers that are closely related to home electronic products, automated computer control which produces good industrial products efficiently, information or data processing concerning control, communication, image processing, and the generation of electric energy that is essential for moving electric or electronic equipment and computers.
_Especially in computers, they can study not only hardware but also software. They can study both sides that are essential for their use. Besides, they can qualify as chief electricians based on electric industrial law by taking electives in the upper grades.
_In addition to lessons in the classroom, they are going to have on-the-job training and a factory tour in order to enlarge their experience. In the fi fth grade, the students choose a theme
and learn how to carry out the research and how to prepare a thesis while receiving a personal, quality education from the instructor. The students can learn to cultivate their creative power.

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

 

Curriculum

Subjects Credits Credits by Year
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
Required
Subjects
Information Processing 4 1 1 1 1
Practice on Programming 1 1
Applied Mathematics 5 3 2
Advanced Physics 4 2 2
Electromagnetism 4 2 2
Practice on Electromagnetism 1 1
Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 1 1
Electric Circuit 5 1 2 2
Practice on Electric Circuit 1 1
Electrical and Electronic Materials 2 2
Electrical Machinery I 1 1
Power Generation and Transformation 2 2
Telecommunication 2 2
Computer Network 1 1
Computer Engineering 2 2
Control Engineering 2 2
Electronics 2 2
Electronic Circuit 2 2
Practice on Electronic Circuit 1 1
Digital Circuit 2 2
Electrical and Electronic Instrumentation 2 2
Technical English 1 1
Introduction to Mechanical Engineering 1 1
Creating Practice 3 3
Elementary Experiments on Electrical and Electronic Engineering 1 1
Experiments on Electrical and Electronic Engineering 8 3 3 2
Graduation Research 10 10
Drawing for Electrical and Electronic Engineering 3 2 1
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Seminar 2 2
Credits Required 76 5 7 15 26 23
Required
Elective
Subjects
Digital Signal Processing 2 2
High Voltage Engineering 2
Opto-Electronics Applications 1 1
Electrical Machinery II 1
Practice of Network 1 1
Power Electronics 1
Software Engineering 1 1
Law and Regulation Electricity and management of Electrical Systems 1
Network Systems 2 2
Power Transmission Distribution 2
Electronic Circuit Design 1 1
Design of Electrical Machines 1
Microcomputer 2 2
Electrical Applications 2
Credits Required 10 4 6
Total Credits Required 86 5 7 15 30 29

 

Teaching Staff and Specialties

Name Title Degree Specialties
YOSHIKI, Hiroyuki Professor D. Sc. Plasma Science and Technlogy, Nuclear Theory
UCHIYAMA, Kiyoshi Professor D. Eng. Electrical and Electronic Materials
TAKAHASHI, Atsushi Professor D. Eng. Power Electronics
KANDA, Kazuya Professor D. Eng. Sensor Electronics
SATO, Jun Professor D. Eng. Computer Engineering
HOSHINA, Shinichiro Associate Professor D. Eng. Microwave Technology
TAKEICHI, Yoshihiro Associate Professor D. Eng. Digital Signal Processing
HOUGA, Takeshi Associate Professor D. Eng. Electrical Materials
KATO, Kentaro Associate Professor D. Eng. Computer Engineering
MORIYA, Katsuhiko Assistant Professor D. Eng. Electrical and Electronic Materials
TRAN HUU THANG Assistant Professor D. Eng. Electric Power Engineering
SATO, Hideaki Part-time Professor M. Eng. Applied Electricity, Alternative Current Theory
EGUCHI, Usaburo Part-time Professor D. Eng. Opto-Electronics Instrumentation

 

Part-time Lecturer

Name Subjects
GOTO, Makoto Drawing for Electrical and Electronic Engineering
TOGASHI, Megumi Technical English
SATO, Takanori Information Processing
KASAHARA, Teruaki Computer Engineering
Software Engineering