Develop abilities that lead to “new science,”
incorporating electronic engineering, mathematics, and physics
Today, almost everything, from household appliances to industrial machinery, incorporates electronic circuits, such as, mainly, integrated circuits. The development of existing knowledge is not sufficient for the ultra-integrated, ultra-fast electronic circuits necessary for our 21st century lifestyles and variety of industrial activities; therefore there is a need to actively develop new fields such as nanoscience.
In response to this need, the fundamental knowledge acquired in undergraduate courses must be expanded, while also acquiring necessary highly specialized education.
The Division of Electronics, Mathematics and Physics develops human resources with knowledge of the basics and applications of electronic engineering, mathematics and physics, and the ability to expand this knowledge. Furthermore, by encouraging students to participate in advanced research activities, we develop researchers who can contribute to nanoscience and other new scientific disciplines.