Graduate School of EngineeringCourse of Information and Computer Sciences

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In recent years, information technology is no longer limited to computers, having broadened in application to a myriad of products including home electronics, mobile phones, autos, and more. The field is also gaining in importance as high-speed networks are linking information systems as social infrastructure.

This course trains students and engages them in research on information technologies facilitating the informatization of society in the 21st century: i.e. information processing, information systems, information networks, information media, and living assistance technologies. Through this curriculum, we work to educate sophisticated engineering capable of a high level of creativity and problem-solving abilities able to anticipate changes in the informatization of society—that is leaders in their fields.

Course of Information and Computer Sciences

Computer systems

Parallel and distribution systems; multimedia databases; formal specification and programming methodology; software design and production

Cognitive engineering

Three-dimensional environment/movement recognition as “robot eyes”; AI approach to visual processing; application research for artificial intelligence approach to image processing; intelligence engineering application and research focusing on production systems

Information and communications engineering

New LAN systems enabling high-speed information communications; distributed information processing; digital design theory; advanced visual information; mobile communications and application systems

Information systems engineering

Optimal technologies for system life cycle and materials distribution; performance in tandem with the broadening of information systems; reliability, security, and management simulators

Media technologies

Groupware, Web applications, nonlinear optimization algorithms, multimedia coding, cyberspace

Media content

Computer graphics; animation and next-generation gaming; body movement processing; interacting with the computer with all five senses

Lifestyle assistance engineering

Sensitivity information processing; noninvasive biological measurement; information processing; appropriate technologies for living support equipment, the smart house