Electrical and Electronics Engineering Course Master's Programs

Electrical and Electronics Engineering course
Giving students broad-based specialist knowledge in comprehensive technologies that integrates electrical, electronics, and information networks engineering
We use all kinds of scientific and technological advances related to electrical, electronics, and information networks engineering to make modern life more comfortable and safe. These advances have developed independently, but today, fresh possibilities are opening up as engineers work to integrate them into more comprehensive technologies. Professionals who work in these areas must increasingly go beyond their separate islands of expertise and acquire more broad-based specialist knowledge.

The Electrical and Electronics Engineering program has structured its key coursework from this perspective. Though the curriculum is rooted in areas like energy, information, materials, measurement and control, our goal is to create an academic environment that fosters the innovative, highly integrated technologies that promote close collaboration between them. For this reason, we have given our key courses the following titles: Electric Power Engineering, Information and Communication Systems Engineering, Materials and Devices Engineering, and Electronic Information Systems Engineering.

Our program gives students full access to state-of-the-art research and testing facilities where they can work under faculty teams active in frontline research activities. This seamless one-on-one educational style effectively develops sophisticated expert knowledge, problem-solving ability, presentation skills, and communication skills in electricity and electronics, allowing us to turn out advanced specialist engineers endowed with rich creativity and broad-based expert knowledge in their chosen field.

Key coursework

Electric Power Engineering
In Electric Power Engineering, students learn and carry out research on innovative systems that integrate electronics technologies into the essential core technologies for generating, transmitting, converting, controlling, and using electric power. Our students use a variety of simulators and in-house models to look into next-generation power systems that can reliably supply clean, environmentally friendly electricity. Natural phenomena like lightning, typhoons, rainfall, and solar radiation are seen as potential power sources, with research seeking to develop new power control techniques that can effectively utilize and manage electrical power generation and transmission. The field of power electronics is directed towards research into methods of efficient electricity usage; students also work in the computer analysis technologies, plasma science and engineering, and nuclear fusion science aimed at developing and designing electric energy devices.
Information and Communication Systems Engineering
In these courses, students learn about and research comprehensive information and communication systems that integrate computer hardware and software technology with ICT. Key areas of study and research include (1) transmitting, converting, storing, and searching data, voice, sound, video, and other forms of information within these systems; (2) artificial intelligence topics that include computer hardware and software, natural language processing, and kansei information processing; (3) information transmission engineering targeting optical communication, mobile communications, satellite communications, and other communication methods for new media; and (4) communication processing technologies (signal conversion, exchange, processing) and technologies that allow us to build and operate LAN, VAN, and other communications systems of various sizes.
Materials and Devices Engineering
The world is constantly demanding more performance and efficiency from its electric and electronic equipment, with better-quality devices with higher reliability being developed in numerous sectors. Coursework in this area features study and research in the properties and process technologies associated with the various electric and electronic materials that support quality and performance in these devices (inorganic and organic semiconductors, magnetic materials, dielectrics, and more) as well as usage technologies and materials testing methods. The purpose of this curriculum is to train highly specialized engineers capable of developing and improving the quality of materials and devices in many technological fields.
Electronic Information Systems Engineering
With most devices increasing in performance, functionality, and intelligence as science and technology advance, electronic information systems are playing an increasingly critical role. Coursework in this area includes study and research in instrumentation technology, control engineering, ultrasonics, microwave engineering, laser engineering, radiation technology, medical electronics, and other systems that bring together the functionality of computers and artificial intelligence. The purpose of this curriculum is to turn out highly specialized engineers with the sophisticated expert knowledge of electronic information systems engineering, problem-solving abilities, presentation skills, and communication skills they need to build and operate electronic information systems.