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Shizuoka University
Shizuoka University
National University Corporation
Graduate School of Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Dean,
Takeshi Sako
The Faculty of Engineering and Graduate School of Engineering are actively engaged in education, research, and social
collaboration with the goals of developing excellent researchers and engineers in technological fields, expanding our research
locally and globally, and contributing to society and industry. To achieve these goals, we introduced our new Faculty of
Engineering and Graduate School of Engineering in April 2013. Our renewed undergraduate and graduate programs in the
Departments of Mechanical Engineering and of Electric and Electronic Engineering, and the graduate program in the Business
Development & Management specialty have had many achievements since their inception. We have also added graduate and
undergraduate programs in the new Department of Electronics and Materials Science, which studies electronic and energy
materials, the Department of Applied Chemistry and Biochemical Engineering, which studies environmental engineering and
bioengineering, and the Department of Mathematical and Systems Engineering, which studies the creation of human and
environment friendly systems.
In our rapidly changing society, the Faculty of Engineering and Graduate School of Engineering continue to foster creative
researchers and engineers, drive research that leads to the generation of new industries, and actively wrestle with solutions to
global problems. In Hamamatsu, in the western part of Shizuoka Prefecture, the home of the Faculty of Engineering and Graduate
School of Engineering, we have a saying, ‘yaramaika,’ which means ‘to actively attempt new endeavors.’ This area has produced
many founders of automobile companies such as Toyota, Honda, and Suzuki. They kept the ‘yaramaika’ spirit, and have led the
Japanese manufacturing industry for a long time. The researchers and engineers graduating from Shizuoka University play central
roles in those companies.
We continue to develop our original and highly admired educational program that prioritizes practical science (scholarship needed
in the real world) that persistently focuses on the manufacturing industry, and to train excellent researchers and engineers who
can take on the task of innovation in various industrial fields.
History of the Faculty of Engineering & the Hamamatsu Campus
1922
Antecedent to Shizuoka University, the Hamamatsu School of Technology was established October 20. This school started with three departments: Mechanical
Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Applied Chemistry.
1926
World's first successful electronic transmission/reception of an image (television transmission) using a CRT by Professor Kenjiro Takayanagi.
1949
Faculty of Engineering was established May 31. This Faculty of Engineering started with three departments: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and
Applied Chemistry.
1965
Research Institute of Electronics was founded. (It originated from the television laboratory established by Professor Takayanagi. It was established as the only
science and technology laboratory attached to the newly founded university.)
1965
Graduate school (master's program) was established by the Faculty of Engineering.
1976
Graduate School of Electronic Science (doctoral program) was founded.
1995
Shizuoka University Faculty of Informatics was established. A portion of the Faculty of Engineering joined the new faculty.
2005
Graduate School of Science and Technology (doctoral program) was founded. (Graduate School of Electronic Science was abolished.)
2013
Faculty and Graduate School of Engineering consist of 5 departments; Mechanical Engineering (3 courses), Electrical and Electronic Engineering (2 courses),
Electronics and Materials Science (2 courses), Applied Chemistry and Biochemical Engineering (2 courses), and Mathematical and Systems Engineering; their
related master's programs; plus the program in Business Development & Management, bringing the total graduate programs to six.
University Location: the Hamamatsu Area, Home to World-Class Companies
Shizuoka University has two main campuses, the
Shizuoka campus and the Hamamatsu campus. The
Graduate School of Engineering and the Faculty of
Engineering are located at the Hamamatsu campus.
The Hamamatsu area is well known as an industrial area
and a number of world famous companies are based in
Hamamatsu. What is it about Hamamatsu city and its
neighboring cities that facilitated their development? All
of the factors necessary for business growth are present
in Hamamatsu: a central location in Japan near its major
cities, and the “yaramaika,” or adventurous, spirit that
provides support for the development of new businesses.
The Hamamatsu area has been a manufacturing hotbed
of musical instruments, motorcycles, and textiles. More
recently,
the automobile, optics, and electronics
industries have rapidly developed, leading to the
creation of strong networks comprised of big business
plus small and medium size venture companies that
possess unique or outstanding technologies in their
fields. In addition to these leading technology clusters in
fields such as optics, electronics and transportation
vehicles, there are efforts to speed up the forging of links
between the engineering industry and fields such as
aerospace, medicine and agriculture.
Shizuoka University’s Faculty of Engineering has grown
with the companies in Hamamatsu area and it has
contributed to the development of the Hamamatsu area.
Today, the faculty continues to participate in these
clusters and to aid these companies’ in their global
approach.
Suzuki Motor
Yamaha
Yamaha Motor
The world's first television experiment by
Professor Kenjiro Takayanagi
The world's first electronic television experiment was carried out in
1926 by Professor Kenjiro Takayanagi at Hamamatsu Technical High
School, which was the predecessor of Shizuoka University. He
succeeded in displaying an " " (the Japanese character for the
sound /i/) with a display method using a cathode ray tube.
Afterwards, Professor Takayanagi
produced a variety of results, playing
a leading technical role in the
development of the television.
His achievements were praised,
and chosen as part of an IEEE
Milestone.
Faculty Organization
Undergraduate Courses (Capacity)
Master’s Courses (Capacity)
Mechanical Engineering (165)
Mechanical Engineering (78)
Aerospace and Environmental Engineering Course
Intelligent Processing and Materials Engineering Course
Optoelectronics and Precision Engineering Course
Aerospace and Environmental Engineering Course
Intelligent Processing and Materials Engineering Course
Optoelectronics and Precision Engineering Course
Electrical and Electronic
Engineering (105)
Electrical and Electronic
Engineering (49)
Information Electronics Course
Energy and Electronic Control Course
Information Electronics Course
Energy and Electronic Control Course
Electronics and Materials Science (110)
Electronics and Materials Science (52)
Electronics and Devices Course
Materials Science and Engineering Course
Electronics and Devices Course
Materials Science and Engineering Course
Applied Chemistry and
Biochemical Engineering (105)
Applied Chemistry and
Biochemical Engineering (49)
Applied Chemistry Course
Chemical and Bioengineering Course
Applied Chemistry Course
Chemical and Bioengineering Course
Mathematical and Systems
Engineering (50)
Mathematical and
Systems Engineering (24)
Graduate School of Business
Development & Management (10)
Doctor’s Course
Graduate
School of
Science and
Technology
About the department:
Mechanical engineering is a fundamental science that aids in developing
novel and useful machines, instruments, and processes that secure the
safety and comfort of our daily lives. It is an old field but in this new age,
it has seen much innovation. The Department of Mechanical Engineering
at Shizuoka University contributes to the development of science
through high quality academic research and education. We continue
sending capable mechanical engineers out into the world.
Our department has closely cooperated with the Japan Aerospace
Exploration Agency (JAXA) in research and education since 2005.
Mechanical
Engineering
Aerospace and Environmental Engineering Course
Intelligent Processing and Materials Engineering Course
In our Aerospace and Environmental Engineering course, undergraduates will
study the four core dynamics of mechanical engineering—strength of
materials, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and dynamics of machinery—
and other general sciences. In addition, they will study technical sciences
related to aerospace and the environment, which are rising in demand in the
industrial world in recent years, such as space engineering, aeronautical
engineering, and thermal energy. Moreover, through our practical curriculum
of experiments, drafting, and graduation research, our undergraduates will
mainly learn technologies related to the design and production of heavy
machinery, such as aircraft and rockets, air conditioners, and environmental
preservation and purifying devices.
In the Intelligent Processing and Materials Engineering course, there are
special subjects related to intelligent processing and advanced materials such
as transportation equipment, robotics and control technology, measurement
and information processing, advanced and composite material studies, elastic
plastic analysis, machining, etc. Furthermore, students learn techniques for the
design and manufacture of transportation equipment and intelligent machines
like industrial robots, as well as the design and machining of steel and
advanced materials, through the aid of hands on experience with mechanical
engineering experiments, design and drawing, and graduation research.
Toru Kaneko
Kenjiro T. Miura
Professors
Mitsuhiro Fukuta
Refrigeration, Fluid Machinery
Kunio Hirata
Rocket Propulsion
Fujio Kuw ahara
Thermal Engineering
Masayoshi Misaw a
Dynamics of Space Structures
Takashi Nagatani
Traffic Dynamics
Akira Nakayama
Thermal Engineering
Takayuki Saito
Multiphase Flow and Environmental Engineering
Yoshiki Yamagiw a
Space Transportation System
Katsuyoshi Fukiba
Aerospace Engineering
Yasushi Kakimoto
Thermal Engineering
Asscociate
Professors Takashi Mashiko
Masayoshi Okamoto
Assistant
Professor
Nonlinear physics, Fluid dynamics
Fluid Mechanics
Toshiyuki Sanada
Fluids Engineering
Makoto Matsui
High Temperature Gas Dynamics, Plasma
Spectroscopy, Space Propulsion
Professors Yoshihisa Sakaida
Image Processing
Computer Aided Geometric Design, Intelligent
Light Measurement
Strength and Fracture of Materials, Material
Strength Design
Shigekazu Tanaka
Plastic Forming
Keiichiro Tohgo
Mechanics and Strength of Materials
Takao Torii
Vibration Theory
Kunio Hayakaw a
Metal Forming Process, Damage Mechanics
Tomotaka Ito
Robotics
Yuichi Kobayashi
Associate
Pofessors Katsuhiko Sakai
Yoshinobu Shimamura
Robotics
Machining Technology
Mechanics of Composite Materials
Shin Usuki
Intelligent Measurement
Shigeki Yashiro
Mechanics of Composite Materials
Tomoyuki Fujii
Assistant
Professors Masayuki Shimizu
Hajime Yoshida
Strength of Materials
Robotics
Plastic Working
Optoelectronics and Precision Engineering Course
The Optoelectronics and Precision Engineering course provides an interdisciplinary
education based on electronic engineering, optical engineering, and precision
engineering, in addition to the fundamental study of mechanical engineering. Our
research addresses core issues related to mechatronics, MEMS (micro electro
mechanical system), photonics, micro /nano science, multi physics, man machine
interface, and wave electronics. Our interdisciplinary curriculum is crafted to
produce graduates who have an excellent, broad based education in scientific and
engineering fundamentals necessary for “Intellectual Creation,” the intrepid spirit
needed to develop new academic fields, and the ability to comprehensively see the
various stages of creation.
Hideki Asai
Electronics & Information Systems Engineering
Yoshinobu Ebisaw a
Vision System Measurements
Gen Hashiguchi
Micro Electro Mechanical Systems
Norihisa Hiromoto
Terahertz and Infrared Technology
Opto-Precision Measurement, Nano-Craft
Technology
Futoshi Iw ata
Professors Yoshimasa Kaw ata
Wave Electronics
Junji Ohtsubo
Photonics
Precision Mechanism, Precision Measurement,
Mechatronics
Takaaki Oiw a
Osamu Suenaga
Human Factors, Control Engineering
Jiro Temmyo
Nano-Technology and Photonics
Junichi Asama
Associate Wataru Inami
Professors Yasuhisa Hayashi
Lecturer
Applied Physics, Applied Optics, Nanophotonics
Jun Kondoh
Precision Mechatronics, Bearingless Motor
Applied Optics
Elastic Wave
Hongpu Li
Optoelectronics
Masanori Takeda
Terahertz Electronics
Ergonomics, Measurement and Control
Engineering
Kiyotaka Fukumoto
Assistant
Atsushi Nakamura
Professors
Rui Shogenji
Kenji Terabayashi
Opto-electronic Materials and Devices
Optical Information Processing
Precision Mechatronics
About the department:
The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is founded on study in a
broad spectrum of industrial fields, including electrical and electronic equipment,
various kinds of manufacturing devices, automobiles, communications, electrical
power, railways, aerospace devices, OA equipment, and medical devices, just to
name a few. Here we conduct education and research in various fields of academia
and engineering pertaining to the design and development of electrical and
electronic devices in these fields. Our aim is to educate engineers who are
specialized at finding the challenging solutions to wide ranging issues in electrical,
electronic, and information engineering.
Information Electronics Course
Energy and Electronic Control Course
In this course, undergraduates will focus on studies of the communication
Technologies that deal with energy problems on a global scale are being
and data processing systems that support industry and the medical and
studied, including smart grids built around renewable energies such as wind
biometric devices that hold promise for increasing growth in the future. With
and solar power and advanced telecommunication networks, as well as hybrid
the progress in computer and information technologies, modern electronics
and electric automobiles using highly efficient electric motors and power
consisting of hardware (an electronic circuit) combined with software (the
converters. These technologies are founded on branches of engineering
programs) have become commonplace. As a result, engineers versed in both
including electrical, high voltage, control, electronic materials, and network.
software and hardware are in high demand from the developers of
Comprehensive technological strength made up of a system of those
electronics. The information electronics course is focused on studies in
disciplines is essential. The energy and electronic control course trains
electronics, communication, data processing, and human medical
researchers and engineers capable of tackling energy and environmental
engineering to cultivate talented researchers and engineers that can
problems with a broad vision from a systematic point of view.
contribute to the technological development of these fields.
Electric and Electronic
Engineering
Professors
Digital Instrumentation, Digital Signal Processing
Shoji Kaw ahito
Imaging Devices and Systems
Ryusuke Kita
Superconducting Engineering, Electronic Materials
Koji Michishita
Lightning Discharge and EMC
Toshihiko Noguchi
Pow er Electronics
3D Image Measurement
Laser Scanning Microscopy, Optical Data Storage
Masaaki Isai
Yoshihiko Kuw ahara
Electronic Application of Oxide Thin Films
Radio Wave Engineering, Communication
Engineering
Takayoshi Nakai
Speech and Acoustic Information Processing
Takeshi Hashimoto
Hajime Sakata
Lightw ave Electronics
Keiichiro Kagaw a
CMOS Imager Sensors, Information Photonics
Toshifumi Sugiura
Stress Measurement
Hitoshi Katayama
Control Engineering
Tadashi Takemae
Biomedical Engineering
Ei Kaw amoto
Dispersed Pow er Sources, Energy Systems
Associate Gosuke Ohashi
Professors Kouji Ohuchi
Assistant
Professors
Energy Conversion Materials and Devices
Hiroshi Inuzuka
Chikara Egami
Masatsugu Niw ayama
Lecturers
Professors
Yoshinori Ema
Biomedical Optics and Measurements
Digital Image Processing
Associate Haruhisa Kinoshita
Professors Takaie Matsumoto
Electronic Materials, Photovoltaic Cells
High Voltage and Insulation Engineering
Communication Systems
Yoshitarou Matsushima
Electrical Machinery
Minoru Watanabe
Optoelectronic Devices
Junya Sekikaw a
Electrical Contacts, Arc Discharge
Yoshimitsu Okita
Physiological Measurement and Analysis
Kazuo Shimizu
Application of Atmospheric Microplasma
Yosuke Tatekura
Sound and Auditory Information Processing
Tadahiro Wada
Wireless Communication Netw orks
Masahiro Tomiki
Optical Circuits
Toshitaka Yamakaw a
Implantable Neural Devices, Combined
Measurement of Biosignals
Hironobu Matsuo
Assistant
Professors Takahrio Takahashi
Keita Yasutomi
Solar Energy Utilization, Energy Conservation
Semiconductor Equipment and Process Design
CMOS Image Sensors, Integrated Circuits
Electronics and Material
Science
Electronics and Devices Course
In addition to the basic study of electronics, such as electromagnetism,
electronic circuitry, solid state physics, and electronic devices, our students
learn the basics of materials science, which is important for the development
of various new devices. In this way, we aim to train talented researchers and
engineers with a foundational knowledge of electronic devices and materials
science that will develop into the ability to create new devices from a global
viewpoint. Students who study in this course are expected to play an active
role in central Japanese businesses, and to contribute considerably to the
development of electronics industries of the future.
Nobuhisa Fujima
The Electronic Properties of Materials
Yasuhiro Hayakaw a
Electronic Materials Engineering
Toshiharu Hoshino
Amorphous Structures
Hiroshi Inokaw a
Nanoelectronics
Akihiro Ishida
Physics and Applications of Semiconductors
Professors Hidenori Mimura
Masaaki Nagatsu
About the department:
New technologies are becoming the foundation of our lives and industry in
the realms of electronic devices and material development, including
advances in vehicles due to electronics and high performance batteries, LED
lighting, the growth of information systems due to the appearance of Blu ray
Discs, and the development of high performance solar batteries. This
department uses electronic physical engineering and material chemistry as
its cornerstones, and aims to cultivate capable researchers and engineers
that can play a leading role in new science and technologies through their
practical education and research related to scientific techniques in the realms
of electronic devices and energy related materials.
Materials Science and Engineering Course
In this course, students not only gain a thorough knowledge of the basic
fields of materials chemistry and physical chemistry, but also learn the basics
of electronics. As a result, students in our course are expected to be excellent
researchers and engineers in the field of both materials science and energy
related materials. Through this, we hope to increase the number of engineers
and researchers who have the ability to generate renewable energy, eco
friendly materials, and electronic and photonic materials that will lead to the
invention and development of new, technologically advanced devices.
Photonic and Imaging Devices
Plasma Electronics
Nobuharu Nakajima
Optics
Masayuki Nakamoto
Vacuum Nanoscience, MEMS
Michiharu Tabe
Semiconductor Nanodevices
Naoto Azuma
Physical Chemistry
Hirokazu Tatsuoka
Semiconductor Engineering
Kazuhiko Hara
Electronic and Photonic Materials
Hiroya Ikeda
Semiconductor Nanodevices
Yoku Inoue
Semiconductor Engineering
Satoshi Kokado
Theoretical Properties of Materials
Vygantas Mizeikis
Photonics
Professors
Akinori Konno
Electrochemistry
Atsushi Kubono
Organic Materials Science
Seiichi Suda
Energy Materials and Interface Engineering
Film Processes
Electronic Materials Engineering
Masao Sudou
Vacuum Nanoelectronics
Hisao Suzuki
Inorganic Materials Science
Plasma Science and Technology
Naoki Wakiya
Inorganic Materials Science
Takuya Okabe
Theoretical Properties of Materials
Desheng Fu
Materials Physics of Ferroelectrics
Yasushi Takano
Semiconductor Engineering
Hiroko Kominami
Optical Properties and Applications of Materials
Ryo Tamura
Theoretical Properties of Materials
Tetsu Ito
Quantum Electronics
Jonghyun Moon
Vacuum Nanodevices
Associate Kenji Murakami
Professors Yoichiro Neo
Akihisa Ogino
Assitant Arivanandhan Mukannan Electronic Materials Engineering
Professors Takayuki Nakano
Crystal Engineering
Atsushi Ono
Plasmonics
Hiroaki Sato
Photonic Devices
Associate
Professors Masayuki Okuya
Masaru Shimomura
Yasutaka Tanaka
Tetsuya Kouno
Assistant
Professors Fumihiro Sagane
Naonori Sakamoto
Inorganic Materials
Surface Chemistry
Lithium Ion Batteries
Semiconductor Engineering
Electrochemistry
Inorganic Materials Science
Applied Chemistry and
Biochemical Engineering
Applied Chemistry Course
Students in the Applied Chemistry course work hard to gain a better
understanding of the fundamental principles that govern the nature of
chemical reactions, and to actively facilitate the design and creation of fine
chemicals for the benefit of society. Our mission is to educate competent
chemical researchers and engineers with the broad academic knowledge
required to address the critical issue of environmental sustainability in
order to shape the future of the chemical industry and the world.
Choji Fukuhara
Kenkichiro Kobayashi
Professors Yasuhisa Maeda
Futuristic chemical technologies demand new technological developments
that blend biotechnology and chemical processes, and create materials for the
construction of a society in harmony with nature to enrich our lives. In this
department, our students will learn how to design and create high
performance materials that are in harmony with nature, such as materials with
optical or biological functions, and how to develop and plan environmental
chemistry and chemical systems. They will also do educational research
related to biochemical engineering, which is a new fusion of chemical
technologies with biotechnology.
Chemical and Bioengineering Course
In the hope of abandoning the consumption of fossil fuels, people of the 21st
century are increasingly demanding environment friendly biotechnologies,
and they pay great attention to biotechnology as an up and coming industry.
In the bioengineering course, students will study the specialty sciences
related to bioengineering technologies such as biochemistry, molecular
biological engineering, enzyme technology, microbial technology, and
biochemical engineering, in addition to the fundamentals like organic
chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry and chemical engineering.
We will assist in training engineers who will face the challenge of creating
products from biomaterials using new biotechnologies that combine
chemical engineering with bioengineering.
Catalytic Chemistry, Chemical Reaction
Engineering
Flexible LED, Quantum Dots
Photoelectrochemistry, Photofunctional Chemistry
Takeshi Sako
Supercritical Fluid Engineering
Kazuhide Kimbara
Environmental Bioprocess Engineering
Kazumasa Ueda
Organic Chemistry of Materials
Motohiko Kimura
Biomedical Engineering
Professors Shigeru Tasaka
Hidemi Yoda
Organic Chemistry, Natural Product Synthesis
Chang Yi Kong
Supercritical Fluid Transfer Phenomenon
Hironobu Umemoto
Akinori Maezaw a
Chemical Engineering, Environmental Preservation
Naoharu Watanabe
Bio-organic Chemistry
Satoshi Matsuda
Chemical Environmental Engineering
Hiroyuki Futamata
Environmental Microbiology, Energy, Defecation
Inorganic Nanostructured Materials
Kazutaka Hirakaw a
Photo Chemistry
Organic Chemistry, Organic Photochemistry
Hideki Kaw ai
Organic Luminescent Materials
Organic Synthetic Chemistry, Environmental
Catalyst Chemistry
Associate
Professors Keiko Miyabayashi
Masaki Takahashi
Lecturer
About the department:
Yuji Tatemoto
Drying Technology, Pow der Technology
Yasumasa Tomita
Inorganic Solid State Chemistry
Kaoru Takeishi
Catalytic Chemistry, Clean Fuel and Energy
Yoshiumi Kohno
Porous Materials, Photocatalysis
Assistant Izumi Okajima
Professors Tetsuya Sengoku
Ryo Watanabe
Associate
Nobuyuki Mase
Professors
Masaki Shintani
Atsushi Sugita
Supercritical Fluid Engineering
Organic Chemistry, Natural Product Synthesis
Catalytic Chemistry, Chemical Reaction
Engineering
Assistant
Professor
Biopolymer Material
Laser Chemistry
Environmental Microbiology, Microbial Genetics
Polymer Physics, Photo Bio-Instrumentation
Kazuhiro Takeda
Process Systems Engineering
Mitsuo Toda
Organic Chemistry, Environmental Science
Yasuhiro Matsuda
Polymer Solution, Biocompatible Polymer
Mathematical and Systems
Engineering
About the department:
The Department of Mathematical and Systems Engineering aims to
develop independent minded engineers who contribute to the
development of human and environment friendly systems. Due to the
fast growth of information systems, the demand for systems engineers
is rapidly growing in many fields, including the manufacturing, service,
and communications industries. Additionally, we are facing the problems
of protecting the global environment and realizing a safe and secure
society. Therefore, we have a pressing need for computer systems that
are designed in consideration of the environment and society. Our
department aims to develop professional Earth friendly system
engineers by offering an educational program that consists of the
methods of the mathematic sciences, such as mathematical modeling,
simulation, and optimization, the basics of computer science, such as
programming languages and algorithms, as well as various aspects of
environmental science such as risk management.
Hiroshi Akiyama
Nonstandard Analysis, Stochastic Differential
Geometry
Koji Kikuchi
Partial Differential Equations
Professors Takashi Miyahara
Kazuyuki Sekitani
Keiichi Tainaka
Environmental Engineering
Operations Research
Biological Evolution, Game Theory
Assistant
Professor
Research
Associate
Jin Ono
Mathematics,Topology, Graph Theory
Kazunori Sato
Mathematical Ecology
Yoshihiro Sekine
Operator Algebras
Tadachika Seno
Environmental Engineering
Satoshi Yokojima
Environmental Fluid Mechanics
Hidefumi Terada
Parallel Computer Architecture
Business Development and
Management
About the program:
This program was established for students and working adults with the
aim of training key people who will forge the future of industry and
society. It continues to produce talented business people that can create
new social values through their own deep self knowledge. The objective
of the specialty is to provide a place where practical research can be
done using practical business examples and case studies on the research
theme of solving the technical administrative issues in the
commercialization of technological development or within corporations.
This is realized by bringing in night and weekend lectures, e learning
systems using the internet, distance learning systems, and off site
classes so that students stay connected to the business world as much
as possible.
Yoshinobu Ueta
Project Management
Yasuo Tateoka
Management and Information
Yasuyuki Suzuki
Project Management
Professors Masakazu Kimura
Project Management
Jin Yoshimura
Mathematical Evolutionary Ecology
Shinji Adachi
Partial Differential Equations
Masahiro Hayashi
Takafumi Akahori
Partial Differential Equations
Takayoshi Nakai
Information Processing
Kazutoshi Ando
Discrete Optimization
Haruki Inoue
Information System
Akira Hoshiga
Nonlinear Wave Equation
Yumi Asahi
Management Science, Marketing
Susumu Ishihara
Computer Netw orks
Atsuhiko Kai
Spoken Language Processing
Associate Yasunobu Maeda
Professors Satoru Morita
Risk Analysis
Nonlinear Dynamics
Rinko Miyazaki
Theory and Applications of Differential Equations
Toru Nakajima
Variational Method, Geometrical Analysis
Associate Takahiro Hasegaw a
Professors Yasunobu Maeda
Katsuhiko Sakai
Intellectual Property Management
Information Security
Risk Management
Advanced Technology Review
Admission
Special Selection Examination for International Students (Undergraduate)
This standardized special selection test is given in February every year.
The enrollment date is in April. For this exam, prospective students
must demonstrate Japanese language proficiency by taking the EJU
(Examination for Japanese University Admission) and English language
proficiency by taking the TOEIC, etc. One must have a fairly high level of
proficiency in Japanese language to take the examination. The
application form for the examination is available at
http://www.shizuoka.ac.jp/nyushi/ (Japanese Only)
NIFEE Program Examination (Undergraduate)
The NIFEE (National InterFacing Engineers Education) Program is a
special program for students from Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
They will be exempted from examination, admission, and entrance fees.
The application form for the examination is available at
http://www.eng.shizuoka.ac.jp/en_internationals/nifeetop/
Special Selection Examination for International Students (Graduate)
This is a special selection examination for students planning to enroll in
the Graduate School of Engineering. Note that prospective students
must enroll as research students prior to the examination. As a research
student you will conduct an independent research project, under the
supervision of an academic supervisor. Those who wish to be a research
student must find an academic supervisor and get permission to study
in her/his office. The detailed research topics are available at
http://www.eng.shizuoka.ac.jp/en/
After Graduation
Many of the students that graduate from Japanese science and technology
undergraduate programs go on to master's programs. After completing a master's
program, these students find employment at a variety of leading companies in the
automobile/transportation equipment industry, such as Toyota Motor
Corporation, Suzuki, Honda Motor Co., Mitsubishi Motors, Yamaha Motor
Company, and Denso; the electronics industry, such as Panasonic, Toshiba, Fujitsu,
and Canon; the chemical or pharmaceutical industries, such as Sumitomo
Chemical Company, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, and Shionogi & Co.; as well
as in heavy industry, the telecommunications industry, the food industry, the
optical industry, etc.
Tuition
Examination Fee
17,000 JPY (Undergraduate)
30,000 JPY (Graduate)
Admission Fee
282,000 JPY
Tuition (per year)
535,800 JPY
Tuition Exemption & Scholarships
After enrolling at the university, self supporting students
whose finances make it difficult for them to make their
tuition payments may apply for tuition exemption. Some
students can receive partial or total exemption based on
their academic record and financial situation.
There are many scholarship programs for international
students. Excellent students may find some that fit their
situation and needs.
Housing
Shizuoka University International Residence
The International Residence was established to provide
housing for international students and researchers. The
maximum period of residence is one year.
For Students: 5,900 JPY/month. A deposit is required.
Akebono Dormitory
The Akebono Dormitory is a dormitory established in
2010. The maximum period of residence is one year.
For Students: 15,000 JPY/month. A deposit is required.
Apartments
Rent differs depending on how new an apartment is,
and also whether it is furnished or not. A security
deposit is generally equal to 2 3 months rent.
25,000 55,000JPY/month.
About Hamamatsu
Hamamatsu is located in almost the center of Japan. As it is close to
Nagoya, and located midway between Tokyo and Osaka, all three of
these major metropolitan areas are readily accessible.
Hamamatsu’s population is approximately 820,000.
Its climate is relatively mild throughout the year. In winter, it is not so
cold, and snow seldom falls, except for near the mountain. However, it
is often windy because of the seasonal north west wind.
Mt.Fuji
Hamamatsu Castle
A rainy season occurs from June to early July. In summer, the weather
is hot and humid. Sometimes the temperature exceeds 35 C (95 F).
To:Tokyo
Shizuoka
International
Residence
Shizuoka
Station
Tokyo
Kyoto
Osaka
Nagoya
Hamamatsu
Shizuoka Campus
Hamamatsu Campus
Shizuoka
To:Nagoya
Hamamatsu
Station
Shizuoka Airport
Hamamatsu
International
Residence
Bullet Train
60 min.
Osaka
Bullet Train
Bullet Train
30-50 min.
Nagoya
90-120 min.
Hamamatsu
Train
30 min.
Tokyo
Central Hamamatsu
Train
Bus (E-wing)
Central Japan
International
Airport
120 min.
60 min.
Narita
International
Airport
Websites
Faculty/Graduate School of Engineering
Shizuoka University International Center
Hamamatsu City
http://www.eng.shizuoka.ac.jp/en/
http://www.icsu.shizuoka.ac.jp/english/
http://www.city.hamamatsu.shizuoka.jp/foreign/english/