Education Goals

Our goal is to train highly specialized professionals who can contribute to building a safe and prosperous society through their efforts to create, preserve, and develop knowledge in the field of physics.

Education Objectives

We will endeavor to train students to become professionals able to contribute to local societies and to the international community while constantly questioning the true principles of the natural world and considering their applications of these principles and their social responsibilities.
From this perspective, our department has established the following objectives.

  1. We will offer enriching lectures and seminars and help students become fully grounded in physics as the foundation of materials science so as to be able to respond flexibly to rapidly changing advanced technologies.
  2. By guiding students through the research phase of their master’s thesis preparation, we will foster students’ logical reasoning abilities, problem discovery and solving abilities, expressive abilities, and passion for self-driven discovery.
  3. We will encourage students to improve their language abilities in English or other foreign languages, make full use of IT, and always keep an eye on the global trends in cutting-edge research so that they can respond swiftly to the globalized and information-oriented society of today.

What We Offer

The world of physics academia began thousands of years ago and continues to be further advanced through the revolutionary discoveries and inventions of many leading figures.
Beginning mainly with the appearance of quantum mechanics in the early 20th century, the microstructures that make up substances were gradually revealed.
Today, one of the focuses of modern physics is the investigation of the behavior of substances under various environments (temperatures, magnetic fields, light irradiation, etc.).

Among the diverse fields within modern physics, this course focuses on condensed matter physics, quantum field theory, and astrophysics and offers students a diverse education from both theoretical and experimental perspectives.
Specifically, the main themes are astrophysics, elementary particle theory, condensed matter theory, superconductivity, magnetism, and solid laser spectroscopic studies of solids.

Research Activities