Message from the Dean
The electrical engineering and the mechanical engineering have already constituted their own academic discipline with the long histories of over 100 years, meanwhile turning out a large number of highly qualified engineers to the worldwide industry. Varieties of industrial products, on the other hand, have been entered on our daily stage, which should require both electrical and mechanical knowledge in their developments: for example, the hybrid vehicles possess the harmonious control of combustion engines and electrical motors to boost their performance in the fuel efficiency as well as the driving dynamics.
Nagoya Institute of Technology, as a national university of technology located in the heart of a world-scale integrated area of industries, has just established a key department: the Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, that merges and strengthens the both disciplines, promptly replying to various requests for developments and manufacturing from industries.
The department of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering organizes two special courses: the Electrical and Electronic Engineering and the Mechanical Engineering. Students learn at first the common skills and subjects on the electrical and mechanical engineerings and, then are fostered as highly professional engineers with academic specialities on both disciplines.
The graduate are exactly expected to take core parts in a variety of worldwide industries as the professional engineers.
Yutaka Hasegawa, Professor
Undergraduate — Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
Automobiles, trains, electronics and the many other type of products in our daily lives are designed by integrating electrical, electronic and mechanical systems. The special strength of our department is that we provide engineers with an education encompassing a wide range of knowledge and application capabilities in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, from the basic principles and organic collaboration that allow such products to be realized, to the production technologies used to fabricate them. We have two fields available, both of which are deeply rooted in educational goals.
Graduate — Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
With the aim of enhancing and enriching our lifestyles, the Department of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering is engaged in advanced education and research to support the creation of a diverse range of industrial and scientific technologies. Starting from a solid academic foundation in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, and forging mutual collaboration between them, we cultivate human resources who can contribute to the creation of innovative technologies.