Information Electronics

Education of specialists of modern information electronics supporting the society of high technology

Educational Features

 Modern information electronics covers a wide range of subjects including solid state electronics, electronic devices constructed from semiconductors and superconductors, electronic circuits, electronic measurement and control, hardware and software for computers, and many other applications. The department organizes the following four fields for the studies to master the above subjects: (1)Solid State Electronics, (2)Electronic Measurement, (3)Information Electronics Systems and (4)Applied Electronic Engineering. The students select lectures depending on their individual needs and goals and carry out research at one of the above divisions under the supervision of the advisors.

Curriculum

  • Advanced Lectures on Solid State Electronics I
  • Advanced Lectures on Solid State Electronics II
  • Advanced Lectures on Solid State Electronics III
  • Advanced Lectures on Electronic Measurement I
  • Advanced Lectures on Electronic Measurement II
  • Advanced Lectures on Electronic Measurement III
  • Advanced Lectures on Information Electronics Systems I
  • Advanced Lectures on Information Electronics Systems II
  • Advanced Lectures on Information Electronics Systems III
  • Advanced Lectures on Applied Electronic Engineering I
  • Advanced Lectures on Applied Electronic Engineering II
  • Advanced Lectures on Applied Electronic Engineering III
  • Seminar in Information Electronics Engineering I
  • Seminar in Information Electronics Engineering II

The Teaching Staff and Research Topics

SOLID STATE ELECTRONICS

Prof. Dr. R. Katayama Functional optical devices for high-performance optical  systems
Prof. Dr. S. Tanaka Control and electric estimation of induced defects in manufacturing process of silicon devices
Prof. Dr. F. Maeda Physical properties and functions of low-dimensional nanomaterials

ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENT

Prof. Dr. Y. Kogi Study and development of measurement system utilizing microwave, and its academic / industrial application
Prof.  Dr.B. Ni Electro-magnetic characteristics and their applications in Fe-pnictide, MgB2 and cuprate oxide superconductors
Assoc. Prof. Dr. T. Onomi Study of high-speed and low-power logic circuits using superconductive single flux-quantum devices.

INFORMATION ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS

Prof. Dr. Y. Matsuki Research on driving risk evaluation and development of   advanced driver assistance system for safe driving
Prof. Dr. C. Lu 3D image measurement, image processing
Asi. Prof. Dr. H. Tamura Research and Development of QoS(Quality of Service) Provisioning and Network Application for Future Internet

APPLIED ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Prof. Dr. K. Eguchi Development of an innovative power supply system utilizing renewable energy sources
Asi. Prof. Dr. S. Yakata Research and Development of Spintronics devices