Mechanical Engineering

Education Goals

The Education Program of Mechanical Engineering aims to train students to become professionals who have advanced, specialized abilities and are capable of understanding mechanical systems under various environments from a comprehensive viewpoint that accounts for such factors as an increasingly complex society, the environment, and energy.
To this end, through education and research focusing mainly on machine element technology (thermal/fluid, energy conversion, material strength, and precision processing) that forms the basis of mechanical engineering, students will develop advanced expertise, an awareness of issues, and the ability to solve these issues.

Education Objectives

In order to achieve these educational goals, we will educate students according to the educational objectives listed below.

  1. By putting into practice a six-year program of consistent education from undergraduate education through a master’s program, students will acquire an extensive knowledge of general mechanical systems that mainly focuses on mechanical element technology.
  2. We will train students to develop their presentation skills and communication skills.
  3. By providing students with thorough guidance through the master’s thesis writing process, we will help them to gain the ability to think and solve problems on their own.

What We Offer

We have eight laboratories: Biohybrid Systems, Precision Processing, Intelligent Machine Manufacturing, Safety and Environmental Science, Impact Process Engineering, Fluid Engineering, Thermal Engineering, and Fluid Mechanical Engineering.
We will conduct education and research relating to high-reliability strength calculation, quality evaluation, ultra-precision processing, and so on to design and manufacture machinery and equipment in all fields, including medical equipment.
We will also conduct education and research relating to increasing the efficiency, lowering the pollution output, and evaluating the safety of fluid and heat related equipment from the viewpoint of the effective use of fluid and thermal energy.

Research Activities