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Mission, Educational Policy

No matter how far our society becomes information-oriented, the importance of manufacturing will not change; only the methods of manufacturing change. As a wide diversity of machines surrounding us have become increasingly complex and sophisticated, we need to see machines as part of an overall system instead of studying individual units. To study advanced mechanical systems, basic and state-of-the-art knowledge in material properties, thermal conduction, fluid dynamics, etc. concerning the constituent elements of the systems is necessary. Also, it is important to carry out examinations based on theories, sensitivity and human creativity as to how the whole mechanical system should be designed, produced and controlled. The Mechanical and Systems Engineering Course aims to develop engineers and researchers capable of playing leading roles in the 21st century, by offering education and research opportunities in basic academic fields that are universally necessary for systematic manufacturing in the information society as well as the most advanced systems engineering.