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Engineering Physics Graduate Program

Engineering Physics Graduate Program

Engineering Physics sits at the “interface of science and technology,” bringing them together to benefit society. Therefore, the Engineering Physics Program at Nagoya University seeks scientists and engineers aspiring to lead in designing new technologies. By exploring the fundamental principles of nature, constructing new materials and developing new computational schemes, students will study how to connect science with the technology needed for building a sustainable society.

Areas of research include superconductivity, topological materials, organic and polymer materials, magnetic materials, biological physics, surface and interface physics, optical physics, electron beam physics, high-pressure physics, nanoelectronics, spintronics, rheology physics, numerical mathematics, and computational materials science.

The goal of the master’s program is to develop the capacity of each student so they may pursue a career as a professional engineer or continue their studies in a doctoral program. Students will learn how to design and solve problems related to solid-state physics, materials science and their applications. They will take courses in basic and specialized subjects followed by supervised research in the laboratory.

The doctoral program aims to prepare students for completing an advanced research project. Students will complete course work and conduct research on a supervised project representing an original contribution to knowledge.
 

 

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Student Affairs Division, Graduate School of Engineering

Tel +81-52-789-3972
Fax +81-52-789-3979
E-mail admin-eng.g30@engg.nagoya-u.ac.jp

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