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Graduate School Programs

HIT has four doctor courses in the Graduate School of Engineering.

Doctor of Engineering Program in Mechanical and Biochemical Engineering

Doctor of Engineering Program in Electronic, Electrical and Information Engineering

Doctor of Engineering Program in Civil Engineering

Doctor of Engineering Program in Architectural Engineering


Doctor of Engineering Program in Mechanical and Biochemical Engineering

Until recently, industries in the Tohoku region were predominantly engaged in the supply of primary materials, but they now face an urgent need to shift their focus to hi-tech industries engaged in the manufacture of high added-value products. It is therefore essential that progress be made in the research and development of new materials for use in producing hi-tech, high added-value products and of superfine processing technology. It is equally important that mechanical systems be developed for use in interdisciplinary fields such as robotics for hi-tech industries.

The Doctor of Engineering Program in Mechanical and Biochemical Engineering has been established by the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Department of Biotechnology and Environmental Engineering to promote excellence in mechanical and biochemical engineering, organically combining elements of both departments' curriculums (interdisciplinary fields are also covered).

Dissertations

Master Thesis

Measurement of Hydrogen Stable Isotope
Ratio in Water Samples
Liquid Flow on the Surface of
Speed Ratary Bell Cup Atomizer

Doctor of Engineering Program in Electronic, Electrical and Information Engineering

The educational objective of the Doctor of Engineering Program in Electronic, Electrical and Information Engineering is to provide students with a comprehensive education regarding research and development in these fields by striking a balance between in-depth knowledge of electrical or electronic engineering and in-depth knowledge of information systems engineering.

To achieve this objective, we have developed a unique curriculum that provides students with professional level knowledge that will enable them to resolve problems in their fields.

The picture below provides an example of just one of the many themes covered in our curriculum.

Dissertations

Plasmoid Hall thruster (space engine) placed in a
vacuum equipment (tank)

Doctor of Engineering Program in Civil Engineering

The primary educational objective of the Doctor of Engineering Program in Civil Engineering is to give students a thorough knowledge of and the research skills required for the following: infrastructure maintenance; natural disaster prediction and mitigation; civil construction; and environmental conservation methods.

To achieve this objective, we have developed a unique curriculum that ensures students are ready to tackle the latest issues in this field by enabling them to develop construction and environmental conservation methods, to acquire a sound knowledge of infrastructure maintenance, and to use highly advanced techniques for analysis, comprehension, and evaluation.

Dissertations

Field research for pollution control and water quality
management in large scale illegal dumping site.
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Mail. syomu_at_hi-tech.ac.jp 学事課(GAKUZI)