Faculty of Fundamental Engineering
Mastering "Long-established" and "Forefront" Mechanical Technology as the Fundamentals of Engineering Disciplines
Design, energy control, and production technology. These are the three fundamental areas of mechanical engineering into which the long-established manufacturing technology and knowledge are instilled. In the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, we value the knowledge and technical skills, as we acquire cutting-edge knowledge, skills and techniques, and foster engineers who have mastered their skills and flexibility to support the hardware side of engineering.
Students acquire knowledge of industrial design to create products, learn about making business proposals, and master techniques such as mechanism development, structural analysis and design methods using CAD/CAM/CAE. We foster engineers with practical skills that are required in the field of production.
Students master applied technology about fluid and heat in order to acquire the techniques that contribute to high efficiency of power related equipment such as engines and also the effective use of renewable energy such as wind power generation. They also master knowledge on mechanism, mechanical control and measurement in order to become engineers who contribute to high functionality of robots and processing equipment.
Students master practical knowledge and skills of production technology by learning materials and processing methods. Furthermore, they nurture abilities to develop new materials and discover new processing methods. We foster engineers who contribute to better precision, high quality and low-cost production.