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Materials Science and Engineering

Master's Program in Applied Chemistry
Doctoral Program in Applied Chemistry

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Our Department comprises the three research groups of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Material Physics and Chemistry, and Chemical Systems and Engineering, which are responsible for the research and education of graduate students. These three large research groups are broken into nineteen small research laboratories. Our Program covers biofunctional, inorganic, organic, supramolecular, macromolecular, polymer, analytical, and environmental chemistry. We contribute to the development of novel nanofunctional materials, organic electroluminescence and photo-energy conversion devices, fuel cells, and other advanced functional materials. Through this Program, we provide fundamental and advanced education in chemical technologies central to producing novel substances from the atomic and molecular levels.

Master's Program in Materials Science and Engineering
Doctoral Program in Materials Science and Engineering

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The study of materials science and engineering is fundamental for providing people with safety, security and reliability, and it is essential for the broad range of technologies that exist in the 21st century. Constant innovations and rapid advancements in materials are required to achieve the ultimate performance when solving environmental problems. It is clear that to make these improvements, the design and fabrication of materials is the key to the future. The purpose of our Program is to teach the fundamentals required for understanding the structures and properties of various materials such as metals, alloys, ceramics, semiconductors, and composites, and for developing advanced materials that are able to respond to future needs.

Master's Program in Chemical Engineering
Doctoral Program in Chemical Engineering

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The Department of Chemical Engineering comprises the eight specialized fields of Physical Chemistry, Reaction Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Mass Transfer Engineering, Thermal Engineering, Fluid Engineering, Equipment Design Engineering, and Process Systems Engineering. The central focus of Chemical Engineering is developing and improving manufacturing processes. Chemical Engineering is also responsible for the development of new materials such as biomaterials, electronic materials, and new catalysts, as well as their production technologies and highly advanced separation technologies. The scope of Chemical Engineering is expanding to various fields including human health, energy, and the global environment. Chemical engineers have achieved a high degree of success across many industries.
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