The Department of System Design Engineering pursues the creation of engineering systems that harmonize with natural, sociocultural, and human environments.
The establishment of the Department of System Design Engineering was an unprecedented challenge, aimed at pursuing new engineering systems that harmonize with natural, sociocultural, and human environments. These systems include space structures, energy devices, infrastructures, buildings, and robots. Our designs are defined by optimization processes that utilize integration and control technologies. We seek to harmonize advanced individual technologies with natural, sociocultural, and human environments.
Students will be educated to become creative engineers able to define problems associated with natural, sociocultural, and human environments on the basis of mechanical, electrical, and information technologies.
Our curriculum consists of two groups of courses; basic and advanced. Numerous experimental and exercise-based courses are provided to further enhance student’s knowledge.
About 80% of the graduates from our department go on to graduate schools. The rest of our graduates are highly welcomed by a wide variety of major industries. Those who complete designated courses are exempt from written tests certification as a first-class chief electrical engineers. Those who undertake courses relevant to architectural engineering become eligible to take the certification examination for Class-1 architects.