What is KEISU?
The Department of Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics (in Japanese KEISU) teaches concepts and principles that are universally useful in engineering, from the perspective of mathematics and physics, without relying on the field or industry. The unique name of the department, KEISU, is derived from measurement (KEIsoku) and mathematics (SUuri). The Graduate school is divided into two majors, each of which belongs to The Graduate School of Information Science and engineering, and performs advanced research. The Department of Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics is composed of “Applied Physics” which is the cornerstone of science and technology with the Department of Physical Engineering. In addition to the concept of information and information technology based on mathematics and physics, we aim to provide “universal concepts and principles and systematic methodologies” that do not depend on the fields of individual objects such as electrical, mechanical and material. The Department
- Mathematical Information Engineering course that models the essence of the phenomenon and creates a problem solving method
- System Information Engineering course that recognizes the real world correctly and realizes the function of hope
There are two courses in a mutually complementary relationship, with a mathematical approach, advanced science and technology such as robotics, brain science, nano-bio, and the development of a wide range of disciplines, such as medical engineering and financial engineering, have been conducted by the world’s top-level research.