The objective of this course is to provide students with a broad understanding of fundamental physics-the foundation of natural sciences.
This course also covers materials science and informatics as applications of physics.
Our goal is to foster scientists and engineers with a strong exploratory mind who will contribute to clarifying the mechanisms of nature and creating new functional materials that will help solve both global and local societal issues.
This course is focused on not only natural sciences such as chemistry and biology but also chemical engineering sciences in conjunction with informatics.
This enables us to nurture inquisitive
scientists and engineers who can contribute from an extensively scientific perspective to the creation and globalization of regional industries utilizing chemical and biological materials.
We train our students to become scientists and engineers with broad viewpoints on natural science, problem-solving abilities in local/global fields, and the spirit of inquisitiveness by teaching computer science as the mathematical basis for informatics and information engineering as applications of informatics in various scientific fields.