Information and Systems Engineering

Building on a basic knowledge of information technology, robotic mechanism, and biological systems, engineers are trained to flexibly meet the social demands placed on information systems.

Educational Features

There are three research fields in Information and Systems Engineering Master’s Program that are designed to develop a deep knowledge and technological skills in information technology, robotic mechanisms, and biological systems. Technology and knowledge regarding pioneering technology that serve as the foundation of next-generation information systems are taught in the “Applied Information System Engineering” field. In the “Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering” field, students will learn about the instrumentation technology, mechanical design technology, and control technology that is required for designing, developing, and controlling robots. The “Biological Information Processing Systems Engineering” field is designed to relay knowledge and technological expertise on an academic level regarding applicable next-generation medical services such as medical monitors, medical engineering, and biomedical engineering.

Curriculum

  • Advanced Instrumentation and Control SystemsⅠ
  • Advanced Instrumentation and Control SystemsⅡ
  • Seminar in Instrumentation and Control Systems
  • Advanced Mechanical Systems Engineering
  • Advanced Artificial Intelligence
  • Advanced Nonlinear Dynamical Systems
  • Advanced Quantum Mechanics and Information
  • Advanced Image Information Processing
  • Seminar in Mathematical Information Systems Engineering
  • Seminar in Biological Information Systems Engineering
  • Advanced Engineering of Biological Information Systems
  • Advanced Engineering of Biological Measurements
  • Advanced Biomedical Systems Engineering
  • Seminar in Information and Systems EngneeringⅠ
  • Seminar in Information and Systems EngneeringⅡ

The Teaching Staff and Research Topics

INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

Prof. Dr. Y. Kimuro Informationally structured environments for robots
Prof. Dr. K. Toshimitsu Development and application of computational and mechanical engineering in medical palpation,astronautic propulsion and turbomachine
Prof. Dr. K. Yoshida Optomechatoronics including free space optics (FSO) Systems
Assoc. Prof. Dr. T. Morizono Studies on human modeling and robot control in human/robot cooperative systems

APPLIED INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Assoc. Prof. Dr. M.Sakuta Cross-platform game programming using AI technologies
Assoc. Prof. Dr. I. Maruyama Theory and application of quantum mechanics in computational condensed matter physics
Assoc. Prof. Dr. A. Yamaguchi Informatics of nonlinear dynamical systems
Lec. Prof. Dr. T. Yamamoto Development of method for image processing and pattern recognition
Asi. Prof. Dr. T. Kikuta Congruences for modular forms with several variables in number theory,mathematics

BIOLOGICAL INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

Prof. Dr. T. Tokuyasu Development of medical welfare system based on biological information
Assoc. Prof. Dr. T. Shimoto Development of supporting technology for medicine in next generation
Assoc. Prof. Dr. T. Yamakoshi Developments of human support technology for daily life based on advanced physiological measurements
Asi. Prof. Dr. Jihyoung Lee Development of the wearable health care system in the daily life