The students enrolled in energy science and engineering will learn,
A) Fundamental knowledge in the field of energy science and engineering A wide variety of energy related coursework will provide students with fundamental knowledge and allow skills development in energy-related disciplines such as physics, chemistry, materials science, mechanical engineering, energy based economics and electrical engineering.
B) Advanced knowledge in the field of energy science and engineering A wide variety of coursework will provide students an advanced knowledge and skills about energy-related disciplines such as physics, chemistry, materials science, mechanical engineering, energy based economics and electrical engineering.
C) Interdisciplinary view in energy field and problem-solving training By engaging in original research focused on addressing specific challenges and completing a Master’s thesis, students learn to gain an overview of multidisciplinary energy sciences, identify key issues, and solve problems.
D) Understanding ethics and safety Appreciation of the societal responsibilities as researchers and knowledge on safety concerning technology, research and development as well as ethical practices.
E) Communication Skills Techical communication skills are developed by both domestic and international collaboration, and by acquiring the ability to evaluate research and anticipate new applications from a global point of view.
The students will acquire,
Students will learn,
A) Advanced expert knowledge in the field of energy science and engineering Students will gain expert knowledge in greater depth than the master course and to have the ability to apply the knowledge to energy-related phenomena through the doctoral coursework Core Courses and Research Seminars.
B) Ability to solve problems Students are requested to acquire the ability to find out research problems and solve them by integrating their original discipline such as in chemistry, applied chemistry, material science, mechanical engineering, energy based economics or electrical engineering with other energy-related disciplines.
C) Ability to create solutions Students are requested to acquire the ability to create solutions by freely utilizing their original discipline and other energy-related disciplines.
D) Competency as a global leader in energy research Students will acquire the abilities to evaluate their research perspectives and applications from the global point of view, establishing a human network, and lead frontier energy science and engineering, by integrating energy-related disciplines.
E) Communication skills Develop technical communication skills through discussions with expert scientists in the domestic and international community and presenting their own research results.
The students are expected to acquire,
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