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34Electronics CourseThe Division of Electronics oers a curriculum which provides students with a rm foundation for more advanced study as well as for entering the profes-sional eld after graduation. Subjects are systemati-cally and carefully selected in close collaboration with the material science course, and cover funda-mentals of electrical and electronic circuits, electro-magnetic eld theory, material science for electron-ics, laser science and technology, and semiconductor electronics. Students also carry out a year length research project, joining each specialized laboratory in the electronics course. ■Prof.:Akira SAKAI, Hiroaki OKAMOTO, Hideo ITOZAKI, Masahiro KITAGAWA, Yasuyuki OKAMURA, Tadao NAGATSUMA, Shinji URABE■Assoc.Prof.:Yoshiaki NAKAMURA, Kiminori HATTORI, Takeshi KANASHIMA, Hideo AKABA, Hiroshi MURATA, Masayuki FUJITA, Fujio WAKAYA■Assoc.Prof.:Utako TANAKA■Assis.Prof.:Shotaro TAKEUCHI, Yasushi SOBAJIMA, Yuichiro ANDO, Yuji MIYATO, Akinori KAGAWA, Makoto NEGORO, Kenji TOYODA, Hidehisa SHIOMI, Shintaro HISATAKE, Satoshi ABOMaterials Physics CourseIn the eld of materials physics, the experimental and theoretical studies are performed on the search for new phenomena, the creation of new materials and the development of new instruments and meth-ods, in order to get a better understanding of nature and to contribute to the forefront of science and technology. In this Division, the educational pro-gram provides the students with comprehensive sub-jects including basics of materials physics and their technological applications. The principles of modern physics on electricity, magnetism, light, heat, force and motion are studied in the rst and second peri-ods of the course. Experiments and exercises are included to get a deeper understanding of these sub-jects. In the next stage, subjects of applied materials physics, such as semiconductor physics, laser spec-troscopy, magnetism, superconductivity and nano-science, are presented. In the nal period, various cutting-edge problems on electrons, photons and their various mutual interactions will be studied as graduation subjects. In this way, the Division pro-vides many young researchers and engineers of ma-terials physics through the well-considered educa-tional programs conducted by the world rst-class researchers.■Prof.:Masaaki ASHIDA, Nobuyuki IMOTO, Yoshio KITAOKA,Tsuyoshi KIMURA, Yoshishige SUZUKI, Akira SEKIYAMA, Hirokazu TADA, Hiroshi YOSHIDA, Katsuya SHIMIZU, Tamio OGUCHI, HidekazuTANAKA, Kazuhiko MATSUMOTO, Shigeki TAKEUCHI■Assoc.Prof.:Takayuki KISS, Koichi KUSAKABE, Masaya NAGAI, Norikazu MIZUOCHI, Hidekazu MUKUDA, Ryo YAMADA, Takashi YAMAMOTO, Yusuke WAKABAYASHI, Tomoko KAGAYAMA■Assis.Prof.:Rikizou IKUTA, Atsushi TSURUTA, Hiromasa HANZAWA, Hidenori FUJIWARA, Yoshimi MITA, Yosuke MINOWA, Shinji MIWA, Mitsuharu YASHIMA, Tatsuhiko OHTO, Kenta KIMURAWe are living in a resource-saving and intellectual information-oriented society with the basic respect for human life & dignity. In order to further develop such a society capable of eciently controlling and co-owning a great deal of information, it becomes important to actualize the ecient production, storage, transmission and control of information and energy, and to supply, with severe selection, the material resources to maintain the society. These requirements would be eectively fullled by the advanced science and technology of electrons and light. It will become more and more necessary to investigate the new properties and useful functions of electrons and light, and to promote their materials development and the applications for devices and systems. From the viewpoints mentioned above, we have combined "electrical engineering" and "materials physics" taking into account the human factors, and have organized the "Department of Electronics and Materials Physics", which covers a vast area from basic research to application. As for the education of students, a new curriculum has been organized to comply with the needs of the future society, with the aim of developing wider viewpoints and exibility, as well as providing deeper knowledge. The freshmen all complete general classes for their basic major subjects, and the sophomores are divided into two sets of courses, i.e., the Division of Electronics and Division of Materials Physics.School of Engineering ScienceDepartment of Electronics and Materials Physics34Electronics CourseThe Division of Electronics oers a curriculum which provides students with a rm foundation for more advanced study as well as for entering the profes-sional eld after graduation. Subjects are systemati-cally and carefully selected in close collaboration with the material science course, and cover funda-mentals of electrical and electronic circuits, electro-magnetic eld theory, material science for electron-ics, laser science and technology, and semiconductor electronics. Students also carry out a year length research project, joining each specialized laboratory in the electronics course. ■Prof.:Akira SAKAI, Hiroaki OKAMOTO, Hideo ITOZAKI, Masahiro KITAGAWA, Yasuyuki OKAMURA, Tadao NAGATSUMA, Shinji URABE■Assoc.Prof.:Yoshiaki NAKAMURA, Kiminori HATTORI, Takeshi KANASHIMA, Hideo AKABA, Hiroshi MURATA, Masayuki FUJITA, Fujio WAKAYA■Assoc.Prof.:Utako TANAKA■Assis.Prof.:Shotaro TAKEUCHI, Yasushi SOBAJIMA, Yuichiro ANDO, Yuji MIYATO, Akinori KAGAWA, Makoto NEGORO, Kenji TOYODA, Hidehisa SHIOMI, Shintaro HISATAKE, Satoshi ABOMaterials Physics CourseIn the eld of materials physics, the experimental and theoretical studies are performed on the search for new phenomena, the creation of new materials and the development of new instruments and meth-ods, in order to get a better understanding of nature and to contribute to the forefront of science and technology. In this Division, the educational pro-gram provides the students with comprehensive sub-jects including basics of materials physics and their technological applications. The principles of modern physics on electricity, magnetism, light, heat, force and motion are studied in the rst and second peri-ods of the course. Experiments and exercises are included to get a deeper understanding of these sub-jects. In the next stage, subjects of applied materials physics, such as semiconductor physics, laser spec-troscopy, magnetism, superconductivity and nano-science, are presented. In the nal period, various cutting-edge problems on electrons, photons and their various mutual interactions will be studied as graduation subjects. In this way, the Division pro-vides many young researchers and engineers of ma-terials physics through the well-considered educa-tional programs conducted by the world rst-class researchers.■Prof.:Masaaki ASHIDA, Nobuyuki IMOTO, Yoshio KITAOKA,Tsuyoshi KIMURA, Yoshishige SUZUKI, Akira SEKIYAMA, Hirokazu TADA, Hiroshi YOSHIDA, Katsuya SHIMIZU, Tamio OGUCHI, HidekazuTANAKA, Kazuhiko MATSUMOTO, Shigeki TAKEUCHI■Assoc.Prof.:Takayuki KISS, Koichi KUSAKABE, Masaya NAGAI, Norikazu MIZUOCHI, Hidekazu MUKUDA, Ryo YAMADA, Takashi YAMAMOTO, Yusuke WAKABAYASHI, Tomoko KAGAYAMA■Assis.Prof.:Rikizou IKUTA, Atsushi TSURUTA, Hiromasa HANZAWA, Hidenori FUJIWARA, Yoshimi MITA, Yosuke MINOWA, Shinji MIWA, Mitsuharu YASHIMA, Tatsuhiko OHTO, Kenta KIMURAWe are living in a resource-saving and intellectual information-oriented society with the basic respect for human life & dignity. In order to further develop such a society capable of eciently controlling and co-owning a great deal of information, it becomes important to actualize the ecient production, storage, transmission and control of information and energy, and to supply, with severe selection, the material resources to maintain the society. These requirements would be eectively fullled by the advanced science and technology of electrons and light. It will become more and more necessary to investigate the new properties and useful functions of electrons and light, and to promote their materials development and the applications for devices and systems. From the viewpoints mentioned above, we have combined "electrical engineering" and "materials physics" taking into account the human factors, and have organized the "Department of Electronics and Materials Physics", which covers a vast area from basic research to application. As for the education of students, a new curriculum has been organized to comply with the needs of the future society, with the aim of developing wider viewpoints and exibility, as well as providing deeper knowledge. The freshmen all complete general classes for their basic major subjects, and the sophomores are divided into two sets of courses, i.e., the Division of Electronics and Division of Materials Physics.School of Engineering ScienceDepartment of Electronics and Materials Physics

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