The lectures conducted in this department are organized in accordance with the basic education policy of this department; wide range of basic knowledge and deeper knowledge of a specific course.
Four courses are prepared; (1) Control systems engineering, (2) Instrumentation systems engineering (3) Electrical and electronic systems engineering, and (4) Electronic devices engineering.
The subjects are classified into four categories:
- Fundamental subjects to understand the basics of science and engineering.
- Basic electrical and mechanical subjects required in common for this department.
- Advanced subjects prepared for individual courses.
- Subjects prepared to obtain specific qualification and licenses.
The lectures conducted in this department are organized in accordance with the basic education policy of this department; wide range of basic knowledge and deeper knowledge of a specific course. The subjects are classified into two categories:
1. Basic electrical and mechanical subjects required in common for this department.
2. Advanced subjects prepared for individual courses.
In March 1999, a comprehensive computer system consisting of 80 computer terminals each of which is driven by a Windows NT and Linux dual boot system was completed. Since then, various lectures and experiments have been utilizing this system in order to improve understanding of complicated electronic circuits and mechanical systems. Moreover,lectures on computer network and internet utilization have been started. An up-to-date linux OS plays an important role in this computer system, and students are expected to experience Linux during their stay in this department.
Some snap shots of lectures, technocal tours are shown here.
The department aims to produce graduates who have prepared for professional engineering practice in one of the fields of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and electronic engineering, with a fundamental knowledge over the three fields.
The educational program of the department has been accredited since 2005 by the Japan Accreditation Board for Engineering Education (JABEE) that aims to ensure the international equivalence of engineering educational programs provided by higher education institutions in Japan.
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC AND CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (ECS) GOALS
- Goal A:
Each ECS graduate shall have acquired a fundamental knowledge required to make contributions to local and global societies as an engineer.
- Goal B:
Each ECS graduate shall have understood fundamentals of mathematics, physics and information technology and shall have had an ability to apply them to engineering problems.
- Goal C:
Each ECS graduate shall have demonstrated the ability to communicate technical material effectively.
- Goal D:
Each ECS graduate shall have understood a fundamental knowledge over mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and electronic engineering, shall have acquired an ability to apply it to engineering problems and shall have demonstrated a facility for independent and continued learning.
- Goal E:
Each ECS graduate shall have acquired a profound knowledge in one of the fields of mechanical engineering (for Course A), electrical engineering (for Course B), and electronic engineering (for Course C), and shall have demonstrated an ability to apply it to practical engineering problems.
- Goal F:
Each ECS graduate shall have acquired fundamental skills for experiments and an ability to devise experimental methods according to the purpose.
- Goal G:
Each ECS graduate shall have acquired design abilities to solve practical engineering problems by integrating the knowledge and abilities obtained in the process of achieving Goal A through Goal F.
Major subjects of the CURRICULUM
1. Basic electrical and mechanical subjects
|Dynamics of Machinery I||Elementary Instrumentation Engineering||Engineering Mechanics|
|Mechanical Instrumentation||Control Engineering I||Electromagnetic Instrumentation|
|Circuit TheoryI||Circuit TheoryII||Electromagnetics I|
|Electromagnetics II||Signal Analysis||Elementary Electronic Engineering|
|Engineering Mathematics I||Engineering Mathematics II||Engineering Mathematics III|
|Engineering Physics I||Engineering Physics II||Engineering Physics III|
|Statistics||Material Mechanics I||Material Mechanics II|
|Experiments of Electronic control systems engineering I|
|Experiments of Electronic control systems engineering II|
|Experiments of Electronic control systems engineering III|
2. Advanced subjects
|Control Systems Engineering|
|Machine Design||Dynamics of Machinery II||Systems Engineering|
|Robotics||Control System Analysis||Control Engineering II|
|Control Engineering III||Control Systems Components||Applied Engineering Mechanics|
|Exercise in Dynamics of Machinery||Exercise in Engineering Mechanics|
|Instrumentation Systems Engineering|
|Engineering Instrumentation||Sensor Engineering||Intelligent Instrumentation Systems|
|Electronic Circuit||Electronic Instrumentation||Applied Electronic Instrumentation|
|Remote Sensing||Exercise and Seminar in Instrumentation Engineering|
|Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering|
|Electrical Energy Conversion Systems||Electrical Energy Distribution Systems||Communication Engineering|
|Digital Circuits and Systems||Signal Processing||Electrical Power Generation|
|Computer Design and Organization||Exercise and Seminar in Circuit Theory|
|Electronic Devices Engineering|
|Semiconductor Engineering I||Semiconductor Engineering II||Semiconductor Engineering III|
|Physical Electronics I||Physical Electronics II||Semiconductor Integrated Circuits|
|Surface Physics||Microwave Engineering||Exercise and Seminar in Electromagnetics|