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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Master's Program in Mechanical Engineering
Doctoral Program in Mechanical Engineering

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The Department of Mechanical Engineering aims to provide students with an unsurpassed opportunity to gain broad, substantial expertise and comprehensive skills in mechanical engineering, and also a fundamental knowledge of interdisciplinary areas that meet up-to-date requirements, so that graduates are able to go on to work as leading engineers and researchers. The education and research fields cover several broad areas in mechanical engineering: the strength of materials and machine design; fluid engineering; thermal engineering; combustion; the dynamics of mechanical systems; the control of systems; manufacturing processes; and bioengineering. This Program welcomes students from all over the world who wish to pursue an international career in the field of mechanical engineering.

Master's Program in Hydrogen Energy Systems
Doctoral Program in Hydrogen Energy Systems

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The Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems in the first graduate school department in the world with a focus on hydrogen energy. It aims to provide students with an unsurpassed opportunity to gain a fundamental knowledge of science and engineering in hydrogen energy technology and the relevant technologies for human and environmental symbiosis. The education and research fields extend from various fields in mechanical engineering to materials and process engineering related to hydrogen energy systems. The Programs welcome not only mechanical engineering students , but also students from other relevant science and engineering fields who, as engineers and researchers, wish to lead the way in building a low-carbon society.

Master's Program in Aeronautics and Astronautics
Doctoral Program in Aeronautics and Astronautics

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The Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics offers four specialized fields: Thermophysics and Fluid Mechanics; Aerospace Structures and Structural Dynamics; Flight Dynamics and Controls; and Space Systems Engineering. In addition, there are three fields from the Research Institute for Applied Mechanics. The academic fields in Aeronautics and Astronautics have the noteworthy characteristics of synthetic integrity, an understanding of engineering theories based on mathematics and dynamics, and realization based on natural science and scientific methodology. Education in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics pertains to these academic fields and has been successful in producing highly-capable, highly-committed, highly-specialized engineers and researchers in the field of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
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