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Department of Mechanical Information Science and Technology

Designing in the area of robotics down to the micro-level

Expanding the future by “combining information and machines”

The Department of Mechanical Information Science and Technology offers wide-ranging educational programs, from basic courses to applications of mechanical engineering, in addition to information engineering. Students can study in one of the following three fields according to their interests and chosen career path:

[Robot Field]
Robot technology, which is widely applied in the automobile and other industries
[3D Design Field]
3D simulation using computers and digital engineering
[Micro Field]
Micro/nano technology, and technology related to medical care and society

Graduates are employed by a variety of companies in information-related, mechanical and electrical fields because of their knowledge and skills in both information engineering and mechanical engineering.
Familiarity with these two fields is one of the main reasons why students can open up their career opportunities without being affected by economic situations.

Department Features

The aim of mechanical information science and technology is to create better symbiotic relationship between machines and human beings by combining information engineering and mechanical engineering.
The Department of Mechanical Information Science and Technology provides education programs for learning the basics of natural science, information engineering, and mechanical engineering, and research on their combined technologies, such as robotic technology, micro technology, and 3D design technology. The students take balanced basic programs of natural science and academic subjects, and subjects on information engineering and mechanical engineering to cultivate practical skills. They also learn robot design and programming in project classes to develop creativity and teamwork and acquire job performance skills needed after graduation.

The Department of Mechanical Information Science and Technology welcomes students who have a keen interest in both information engineering and mechanical engineering, and new mechanical information technologies combining computers and mechanicals.

Let’s study together, and your excellent ability will contribute to society after graduation.