The major for Symbiotic Systems Science trains students to make new advancements in the field of systems science that enables the coexistence between humans, industry, and the environment, while actively pursuing solutions to the challenges we face today.
This course conducts research in the fields of mathematics, information science, business systems engineering, and related fields in computer science and mathematics.
This course conducts research in the fields of physics, mechanical engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, system control engineering, and related fields in physics and system engineering.
This course conducts research in the fields of chemistry, materials engineering, chemical engineering, energy engineering, and related fields in materials and energy science.
This course conducts research in the fields of biology, psychology, earth science, meteorology, hydrology, and related fields in life and environmental sciences.
In this major, students will explain the dynamics of anthropogenic and natural radionuclides in the environment and will comprehensively address measurement, monitoring plans, control, forecasting, assessment, etc. from a mid- to long-term perspective. The major consists of three fields of specialization (outlined below) and develops individuals with a strong desire to proactively take on challenges.
Students will engage in research in the fields of ecology and biology as well as radioecology based on the two fields.
Students will engage in research in the fields of geoscience and mathematics as well as modeling of environmental radioactivity based on the two fields.
Students will engage in research in the fields of chemistry, physics, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering as well as measurement of environmental radioactivity based on the fields.
Sophisticated research is pursued in the science of understanding humans, mechatronics, and information and computer sciences.
Sophisticated research is pursued in the fields of resource materials and energy, biotechnology and other engineering fields, foundation of mathematics and information, industrial policy, management of technology (MOT), production management and other fields.
Our domain focuses on the studies on accurate understandings of the current state of the environment forming the basis of sophisticated research toward developing of practical conservation and improvement technologies for better environmental management and planning.