Kyushu Institute of Technology 2015-2016

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Kyushu
I n sti t u t e o f
Technology
2015-2016
Kyushu Institute of Technology
1-1 Sensui-cho, Tobata-ku, Kitakyushu, 804-8550 Japan
http://www.kyutech.ac.jp/
International Affairs Division
Phone:+81-93-884-3535 Fax:+81-93-884-3059
E-mail:[email protected]
Kyushu
Institute of Technology
Contents
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History ........................................................................................................ 3
Kyutech Key Figures .................................................................................. 4
Global Education ........................................................................................ 6
Student Projects ......................................................................................... 8
Kyutech Location ....................................................................................... 10
Kyutech Education and Research Organizations ...................................... 12
Kyutech Course Guide .............................................................................. 14
Tobata Campus
School of Engineering............................................................................... 16
Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering ............................. 16
Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering ................................. 16
Department of Applied Chemistry .......................................................... 16
Department of Materials Science and Engineering ................................ 16
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering ............................. 17
Department of Integrated System Engineering ...................................... 17
Graduate School of Engineering ............................................................... 17
Iizuka Campus
School of Computer Science and Systems Engineering
g........................... 18
Department of Artificial Intelligence ........................................................ 18
Department of Computer Science and Electronics................................. 18
Department of Mechanical Information Science and Technology .......... 18
Department of Bioscience and Bioinformatics ....................................... 18
Department of Systems Design and Informatics .................................... 19
Graduate School of Computer Science and Systems Engineering ........... 19
New Emblem
Concept and message of the design
Future and next 100 years
"movement, energy"= Action
History and Past 100 years
"value, worth, evaluation"= Value
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Future and history, combined together by a bolt of motif with a solid line
penetrates, represent school principle.
Wakamatsu Campus
Graduate School of Life Science and Systems Engineering ................... 20
Department of Biological Functions Engineering .................................... 20
Department of Human Intelligence Systems ........................................... 21
Enrollment ................................................................................................. 22
Campus Map (Tobata Campus) .................................................................... 25
Campus Map (Iizuka Campus) ...................................................................... 26
Campus Map (Wakamatsu Campus) .............................................................. 27
International Exchange Partnerships with Overseas Universities ............. 28
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Kyutech Key Figures
Successful graduates
More than 99% of both undergraduate and graduate students are successful in finding
employment every year. This is a result of Kyutech's practical education system that
satisfies industry's needs.
99 %
of graduates are successfully
employed upon Graduation.
#3
Ranked third among national universities
that provide support in job placement
* Campus Navi Network's Ranking 2015
3
5,793
Tobata campus
Iizuka campus
Wakamatsu campus
campuses
The number of students
259
38
International students from
Recruiters including Hitachi, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Electric, Kyutech
Electric Power, Obic, Mitsubishi Motors, Honda, Nippon Steal & Sumitomo Metal,
Toyota Motor Kyushu, NS-Texeng, Aisin Seiki, Aisin AW, Suzuki, Kawasaki Heavy
Industries, Tokyo Electron, and Panasonic actively seek out Kyutech graduates.
* Top 16 Companies Kyutech graduates enter over the last 5 years
4181 undergraduate students
1316 graduate students
(Master's program)
296 graduate students
(Doctoral program)
105 from China
22 from Indonesia
22 from India
21 form Korea
13 from Vietnam
7 from Thailand
5 from Taiwan
5 from Bangladesh
4 from France
countries
and regions
357 207 92
Faculty members
Administrative staff
International exchange
partner institutions from
22
countries and
regions
60 %
of undergraduate students
go to graduate school
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Global Education
The industry requires engineers to play internationals role in the society. Kyutech realizes the importance of
global education and prepare a variety of opportunities for students to receive world level education.
Research and Education Center in Malaysia (MSSC)
GCE(Global Competency for Engineer)Education System
With the cooperation of Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Kyutech established MSSC in
Malaysia as first overseas education and research center among national universities in Japan.
Kyutech defines five skills (competencies) necessary for global engineers in the 21st century
1st
to set up an oversea
organization among
national universities in
Japan
Global
Liberal
Arts
Language
Education
Global Competency
for Engineer
1. Acceptance of diverse
cultures
2. Communicative skills
3. Skills for autonomous
learning
Collaboration 4. Problem-setting and
solving skills
Work with
Foreign Students 5. Design skills
Circuit Program
Education
Research
・Dual degree program(doctorial program)
・Short-term student exchange program
・Cross-cultural exchange program
・Overseas internship program
・Development of biomass research
・Interdisciplinary academic exchange at
UPM and Kyutech
Study
Aboard
1.Acceptance of diverse cultures
2.Communicative skills
3.Skills for autonomous learning
4.Problem-setting and solving skills
5.Design skills
Kyutech's Circuit Program is dedicated
to improving there skills
To make the program more effective
Kyutech established the following:
Work
Aboard
・Interactive learning centers
・Design studios
・Language centers
Student Mobility Programs
More and more international exchange programs have been offered and
it has become easier for Kyutech students to go abroad to conduct research
and discuss global issues on Kyutech campuses
Students from Malaysia giving
presentations about the
technical topics
International Courses
More and more English-only courses are available in Kyutech.
Global AAR
(Advanced Assistive Robotics)
Course
,
Space
Engineering
International
Course
Students visiting from our
partner university
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Student Projects
With a strong background in engineering, many Kyutech students are interested in manufacturing
and craftsmanship. A variety of engineering projects are offered outside of the classroom. Some
students participate in technology contests, others work on projects about ecology, others may
devote themselves to building regional communities. Through these activities students not only
acquire engineering knowledge, but also good communication skills while learning how to
practically apply their knowledge.
Satellite Development Project “HORYU” and “Aoba”
RoDEP
In 2012, the year following the Great East Japan Earth Quake, RoDEP, a club based on the Iizuka campus, was founded
for creating robots.
When the project began, the university did not have a dedicated room and the team leader's apartment was the workshop.
But even under such difficult circumstances, they succeeded in attending the Rescue Robot League of Robocup.
In the competition a robot is required to report damage conditions in a simulated disaster field. The more accurate the
information they give, the higher they score. They finished fourth for two consecutive years.
The HORYU projects conduct tests in
space high voltage solar array
t e c h n o l o g y, a n d s t u d y s p a c e
electro-static discharge phenomenon.
Satellites are developed by students
to perform experiments in space.
HORYU project is carried out over
several years to ensure continuity in
the learning process, masters students
transmit their knowledge and know-how
to bachelors students every day.
Student Formula team
e-car team
Kyutech students plan, design, and produce a small
race car with the goal of winning the Student Formula
Japan Competition.They hope to develop skills for
manufacturing or "MONO-ZUKURI (object creation)",
which in turn contributes to the expansion of the
Japanese automotive industry.
The team was established in 2009.
The students converted a broken-down old car
into a brand new electric powered car, by
removing the engine and fuel tanks and then
replacing them with batteries and motors.
The team is expected not only to achieve traveling
performance, but also consider total “production” from
the concept of the car to its cost.
They have finished in the 9th position and won the
chairman's award from the Japan Automobile
Manufacturers Association for four consecutive years.
In addition to car production, the Kyutech team works
on recruiting sponsors, financial planning, marketing,
and advertising, all of which provide great experience
for their future employment.
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The converted car started running in Iizuka
campus in 2011.
Then, they passed the legal car inspection and
hit the public roads in 2012. In 2012 and 2014,
they attended the Shikoku EV rally and won
first prize in the lead-acid battery category
both years.
Now they are developing an EV three-wheeler
and automatic driving.
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Kyutech Location
The Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech) is located in Fukuoka Prefecture
on the island of Kyushu.
It takes about 2 hours from Tokyo by plane and 1 hour from Osaka.
There are two airports available in Fukuoka prefecture. Fukuoka airport and
Kitakyushu airport.
Fukuoka International Airport provides a variety of access from other countries
and regions while Kitakyushu airport is nearest from Kyutech.
Kitakyushu City
Kitakyushu started industrializing in 1901, when the government-managed
Yahata Steelworks began operating.
Lead by its chemistry, ceramics, and heavy electrical industries, Kitakyushu
grew as an industrialized city.
The Kitakyushu Industrial zone has become one of the four major industrial zones
in Japan.
After overcoming serious air and water pollution, Kitakyushu city is now attracting
attention for its environmental friendliness.
Hibiki-nada Sea
Kitakyushu City
Kyushukodaimae Sta.
WAKAMATSU Campus
approx.20km
Orio Sta.
approx.34km
approx.41km
Kokura Sta.
TOBATA Campus
Sapporo
Kitakyushu
Airport
Kagoshima Line
Japan
IIZUKA Campus
Yukuhashi
City
Fukuoka City
Shin-Iizuka Sta.
Iizuka City
Hakata Sta.
Fukuoka Airport
Kansai International Airport
Wakamatsu Campus
IIzuka Campus
● Graduate School of Life Science
● School of Computer Science and
and Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering
Tobata Campus
● School of Engineering
● Graduate School of Engineering
2h from Tokyo
1h from Osaka
5h from Tokyo
2.5h from Osaka
Tokyo
Osaka Mt.Fuji
● Graduate School of Computer
Science and Systems Engineering
Fukuoka Airport
Kyushu
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Narita International
Airport
Haneda Airport
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Kyutech Education and
Research Organizations
Under Graduate school
Faculty
Faculty of Engineering
School of Engineering
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Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Department of Applied Chemistry
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Department of Integrated System Engineering
Career Center
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Systems Engineering
School of Computer Science and
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Department of Computer Science and Electronics
Department of Systems Design and Informatics
Department of Mechanical Information Science and Technology
Department of Bioscience and Bioinformatics
Career Center
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Graduate School of Engineering
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Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering
Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Department of Materials Science
Department of Applied Science for Integrated System Engineering
Department of Engineering
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Graduate School of Computer Science and
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Department of Advanced Informatics
Department of Interdisciplinary Informatics
Department of Creative Informatics
Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering
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Department of Biological Functions Engineering
Department of Human Intelligence Systems
Department of Life Science and Systems Engineering
Career Center
Main Library
Iizuka Branch Library
Committees
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Center for Student Health
Information Science Center
Center for Microelectronic Systems
Center for Instrumental Analysis
Learning & Teaching Center
Laboratory of Spacecraft Environment Interaction Engineering
Network Design Research Center
Advanced Mold and Die Technology Center
Research Center for Bio-microsensing Technology
Science Education Center
Eco-Town Collaborative R&D Center for the Environment and Recycling
Research Center for Advanced Eco-fitting Technology
Frontier Research Academy for Young Researchers
Green Innovation Education and Research Center
Biomedical Infomatics R&D Center
Next Generation Power Electronics Research Center
Center for Socio-Robotic Synthesis
Dependable Integrated Systems Research Center
University Libraries
Graduate School of Life Science and
Systems Engineering
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Department of Artificial Intelligence
Department of Computer Science and Electronics
Department of Systems Design and Informatics
Department of Mechanical Information Science and Technology
Department of Bioscience and Bioinformatics
Department of Human Sciences
Department of Creative Informatics
Institution for Education and Research
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Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Department of Materials Science
Department of Basic Sciences
Department of Human Sciences
Department of Applied Science for Integrated System Engineering
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Committee for Information Infrastructure
Committee for Promotion of Innovative Education
Wakamatsu
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Continuing to
higher education
Graduation
School of Engineering
Department of Mechanical and
Control Engineering
Mechanical Engineering Course
Space Engineering Course
Control Engineering Course
Department of Applied Chemistry
Continuing to
higher education
Department of Civil and
Architectural Engineering
Architecture Course
Civil and Environmental
Engineering Course
Department of Materials Science
and Engineering
Completion
Completion
Graduate School of Engineering
Department of Electrical and
Electronic Engineering
Electrical Engineering Course
Electronic Engineering Course
Department of Mechanical and
Control Engineering
Department of Civil and
Architectural Engineering
Department of Electrical and
Electronic Engineering
Department of Integrated
System Engineering
Department of Engineering
Department of Materials Science
Department of Applied Science for
Integrated System Engineering
Graduate School of Life Science and
Systems Engineering
Department of Biological Functions Engineering
Department of Human Intelligence Systems
School of Computer Science and
Systems Engineering
Department of Life
Science and
Systems Engineering
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and Systems Engineering
Department of Artificial Intelligence
Department of Computer Science and Electronics
Department of Systems Design and Informatics
Department of Mechanical Information Science and Technology
Department of Bioscience and Bioinformatics
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Department of Interdisciplinary Informatics
Department of Computer
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Department of Creative Informatics
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Tobata
Campus
School of Engineering
Graduate School of Engineering
Graduate School of
Engineering
School of Engineering
Department of Mechanical and
Control Engineering
Department of Civil and
Architectural Engineering
Department of Electrical and
Electronic Engineering
Creating the machines of the future and controlling them at will
Designing cities for a strong, beautiful and prosperous tomorrow
The department focuses on two fields: mechanical
engineering to produce and operate machines which
enrich our lives while exhibiting a sensitivity to natural
phenomena; and control engineering to enable
intelligent smooth operation of machines by combining
measurement, control and information devices.
The department consists of two courses: the Architecture
Course focuses on creating functional and beautiful
architecture and urban space design; the other, the
Civil and Environmental Engineering Course aims at
creating safe and affluent cities and community
environments.
Electrical and electronic systems, supporting the foundation of
life and industry
Mechanical Engineering Course
Space Engineering Course
Control Engineering Course
Architecture Course
Civil and Environmental Engineering Course
Photo: Concrete Lab.
Electrical and electronics engineering is essential in
modern industry and social life. The department
studies next-generation energy, electronic devices and
circuits, and electronic system technologies that will
contribute to society.
Electrical Engineering Course
Electronic Engineering Course
Based on the engineering knowledge cultivated
through undergraduate studies, students develop the
skills and abilities needed to work as technology
developers and researchers with adaptable potential,
while nurturing further professionalism in each
specialized field.
Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering
The department conducts wide-ranging and diversified
education and research, covering material science and thermic
fluids as basic fields. It also covers production engineering and
control intelligence science as fields of application, and space
engineering as an extremely advanced field.
Photo: Mitani / Watanabe Lab.
Photo: Computational Mechanics Lab.
Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering
The department covers the construction and creation of
architecture to create rich living rich environments,
disaster-resistant infrastructure, damage reduction systems,
landscape design of urban infrastructure, green technology,
infrastructure for a recycling-friendly society, and infrastructure
management control systems.
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Department of
Applied Chemistry
Department of Materials Science
and Engineering
Department of Integrated System
Engineering
Exploring the world on the atomic and molecular scale
Materials that support the growth of science and technology
The department provides curricula in chemistry to
sustain industrial production and manufacturing.
Students acquire knowledge about science and
technology for creating new functional substances and
applying them to practical commodities utilized in the
fields of the environment, energy, information and
biotechnology.
The department provides systematic education
programs that scientifically elucidate the structures and
p r o p e r t i e s o f m a t e r i a l s , s u c h a s s t e e l, a ll o y s,
semiconductors, ceramics and composite materials,
which define the functions of products, on the nanoscale;
that design functions for new materials; and that develop
efficient production methods for safe products.
Extracting a single essence from the engineering in demand
of contemporary solutions
Photo: Functional Catalysts Development Lab.
Photo: Energy and Environmental Materials Lab.
The department provides education programs in
multiple fields of engineering, such as mechanical as
well as electrical and electronic engineering, which are
needed in high-tech industries such as the production
of next-generation automobiles, robotics, mechatronics
and aerospace vehicles.
Photo: Laboratory of Spacecraft
Environment Interaction Engineering
The department recovers electric energy, electronic
properties, electronic devices, electronic equipment,
communications systems, sensing systems, network
systems and calculators, and systemization technology
that organically integrates all of these areas.
Department of Materials Science
The department covers the design and synthesis of new
substances and materials that bring new functions, the
analysis of material/substance structures and properties, and
the elucidation of their function-generation mechanisms.
It also works on the development of systems using
value-added substances, and the development of production
processes that respond to the needs of high-tech industries.
Department of Applied Science for Integrated System Engineering
The department covers cutting-edge interdisciplinary
fields such as mechatronics, car electronics and
nanotechnology, which support next-generation
industries like the automobile and robot industries.
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Graduate School of Computer Science and Systems Engineering
School of Computer Science and
Systems Engineering
Graduate School of Computer
Science and Systems Engineering
Department of
Artificial Intelligence
Department of Computer Science
and Electronics
Department of Systems Design
and Informatics
New Information Technology through computers collaborating
with humans
Hardware and software, become elite specialist
The objective of our research is to “create totally innovative systems”
The department provides education programs in
computer science and artificial intelligence ranging
from basic theory to application/practice. Students
learn industrial-ready technologies for IT-related firms,
and gain academic knowledge useful in the future.
The department provides advanced education and
research in electronics engineering dealing with
semiconductors and electronic circuits (Electronics),
computer engineering for the fundamentals of
computers and their application technologies
(Computers, LSI), and telecommunication engineering
as represented by the Internet and mobile phones,
etc., (Network Systems).
The department aims to produce engineers who can
design systems based on information science. In order
to build the advanced systems used in modern society,
such as robots and vehicles, Our students learn such
skills for systems design.
Photo: Robot Vision Lab.
Photo: Information Network Lab.
Department of Advanced Informatics (Master’s Course)
The department consists of two divisions: the Division
of Artificial Intelligence to study computer science and
information system development; and the division of
Computer Science and Electronics to study
electronics, computers, LSI, and information and
communication networks.
Department of Interdisciplinary Informatics (Master’s Course)
Photo: Computer Aided Control System Design Lab.
The department consists of three divisions: the Division
of Systems Design and Informatics to study system
development based on ICT technology; the Division of
Mechanical Information Science and Technology to
study digital engineering the robotics; and the Division
of Bioscience and Bioinformatics to study development
of information systems related to biotechnology and
bioinformatics.
Department of Creative Informatics (Master’s Course)
Department of Mechanical Information
Science and Technology
Department of Bioscience and
Bioinformatics
Designing in the area of robotics down to the micro-level
Life is a superb information system
The department offers wide-ranging educational
programs in mechanical and information engineering.
Students can choose one of three fields, Robotics, 3D
design, or Micro, according to their interests and future
career paths.
The department provides education programs
combining two areas, one is computer science and
informatics and the other is life science and
biotechnology. The department is one of the few
academic institutions in Japan which focuses on
engineering with such broad interdisciplinarity.
Photo: Computational Mechanics Lab.
The department is designed to produce engineers who
can find problems to be solved occurring in industry
due to the change in social conditions, have
knowledge for practical resolution and realization by
means of the latest information technology, promote
industry-academia collaboration based on social
needs, and activate society with information
technologies.
Department of Computer Science and Systems
Engineering (Doctoral Course)
Photo: Brain Informatics Lab.
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The department is designed to produce global leaders
who can coordinate cutting-edge information
engineering approaches, by developing cutting edge
base technologies useful for the development of
information technologies, building innovative
information systems that can cope with various
problems caused by combination of technologies in
various scientific areas, and reforming the structure of
society using future information technologies, based on
high expertise on information science and information
engineering. The interdisciplinary department is
beyond the framework of conventional departments or
narrow research areas and consists of six division of
three departments of Master’s course.
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Graduate School of Life Science and
Systems Engineering
Department of Biological Functions
Engineering
Department of Human Intelligence
Systems
The research and education in this department deals
with the realization of materials, structures and energy
conversion functionalities of nature/organisms along
with their utilization in engineering. The main objective
of this department lies with the solution of social issues
like global environment and human health, by
integrating the fields of the environment, energy,
materials, and bioengineering. Apart from these
focuses, our students can also pursue “green
innovation” at our international research base overseas
in Malaysia.
The department of human intelligence systems aims to
incorporate the principles of human intelligence into
intelligent information processing platforms and into
artificial intelligent systems, as well as to actively
contribute to development in industry. The research
and education in this department covers, but is not
limited to (i) advanced development of mechanical
systems and devices, such as intelligent autonomous
robots, (ii) intelligent information system development
and artificial intelligence algorithms designs that
incorporate the principles of human reasoning, (iii)
scientific analysis of social activities and human
intelligence by using mathematical modelling, brain
science and cognitive science in general.
Division of Green Electronics
Division of Biological Mechanics
Division of Human Intelligence
Machines
Division of Environmentally Conscious
Chemistry and Bioengineering
Division of Intelligence Systems and
Emergent Design
Division of Physiological and
Biochemical Adaptation
Division of Human Interaction and Brain
Functions
Division of Green Technology
Division of Human Bahavioral Sciences
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Robotics, and stands for a course for
advanced robotics emphasizing the aspect of
assistive technology. The course will include
the design and implementation of intelligent
systems that could provide solutions to
industry and medical welfare, multidisciplinary
subjects such as integrated circuits, control,
sensing, nanosystems, computer systems,
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