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    Students will explore the practical know-how leading to the solutions of concrete scientific and engineering problems and the development of technologies, based on the fundamental logic and mathematical principles which they have learned in their undergraduate program and utilizing computer simulation methods. Since this division consists of many teaching staff not only in the field of engineering but also in science, a broad-range of disciplines are offered to spark your interest in further learning; for example, probability statistics, dynamic systems, fluid dynamics, cryptology, nano materials, superconductivity, photonic device, super lubrication, computational dynamics, radio astronomy, and so on. 

 Mathematical Science Course

   Mathematical Science is based on logic commonly found in various scientific and technical disciplines and is also a language which is capable of overcoming boundaries in communication across fields. In this  education course, we aim to allow students not only to adequately use mathematical science techniques, but also to create their own techniques if necessary. The following research fields are emphasized: non-linear phenomena, random phenomena, numerical analysis, fluid dynamics, mathematical science in biology, differential equation, cryptology, and so on. 

 Material Design Course

   Computers and mobile phones have become familiar. Within their hardware technologies, the laws of physics are utilized in the elements which have various functions such as semiconductor laser and electronic devices. Our educational aim is to teach "applicable physics" through lectures and practice. We are also carrying out the following research: optical communication technology, nanotechnology, material design at the atomic and molecular levels, computational simulation of quantum phenomena, and so on.

 System Design Course

   Based on mathematics and physics learned during the undergraduate program, students will try to clarify the various entangled elements of engineering phenomena by utilizing mathematical analysis method, modeling, numerical simulation, etc. Various subjects are going to be dealt with, in particular, friction mechanism, the process of breaking and disrupting of materials and structures, and the orbital motions of the planets. They are also going to conduct research in black holes using radio telescopes.