There is a demand for the development of multidimensional energy theory — a discipline developed through specializing and deepening expertise, and fusing and restructuring complex learning related to energy, which makes it possible to gain an effective, comprehensive overview. Experts in this field are also in demand. In the Graduate Major in Energy Science and Engineering, we cultivate individuals to lead innovation and contribute to society with advanced expertise based on the disciplines of physics, chemistry, materials science, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering. Such individuals possess the comprehensive skills to handle ever-changing energy problems from a multidimensional energy theory perspective, with independent problem extracting/solving skills and international leadership skills.
In the Master's Program, we train individuals with advanced expertise based on the disciplines of physics, chemistry, materials science, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering, as well as the ability to solve energy problems from a multidimensional energy theory perspective.
In the Doctoral Program, based on common theories related to energy and the advanced expertise acquired in the Master's Program, students build on systematized, broad, deep knowledge, grasping the essence and universality of energy-related phenomena, defining new challenges, and cultivating the skills to find solutions in addition to international leadership skills.
Potential Employers for Graduates
Hitachi / Toshiba / Fujitsu / NEC / Mitsubishi Electric / Panasonic / Sony / NTT Group (Docomo, Data, Research Institute) / Nomura Research Institute / Nihon Unisys / Yahoo / Rakuten / Toyota Motor / Honda Motor / Ricoh / Nikon / Shimadzu / Tokyo Electric Power / Chubu Electric Power / East Japan Railway (JR East) / JFE Steel / Mitsubishi Heavy Industries / JGC / Mitsubishi Chemical/ Tokyo Gas / Adeka / Dunlop
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Chemistry / Mechanical Engineering / Electrical and Electronic Engineering / Materials Science and Engineering / Chemical Science and Engineering / Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering