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Each department has its own research building that provides opportunities for practical learning, and these facilities have the latest equipment for carrying out research in diverse fields. There are also many active programs in coordination with industries, such as lectures by prominent business leaders and airship construction exercises.
At Utsunomiya Campus, home of the Faculty of Science and Engineering, the facilities include an airfield for model airplanes and a machine shop, and a campus LAN and wireless network provide mobile internet connectivity. In the Department of Biosciences, gene analysis equipment and electron microscopes are available for researching the genetics and cellular structures of organisms, and a range of mass spectrometers (GC-MS, GC-MS/MS, LC-MS/MDS, LC-TOF/MS) and nuclear magnetic resonance equipment allow analysis of the key components and environments of living things. This comprehensive learning environment provides opportunities for in-depth studies.
This tour is a voluntary program where students can experience the latest technologies being developed in the aerospace industry while tracing the footsteps of NASA in the field. The tour is held in the United States, which is home to many fields of aerospace engineering, and covers the latest technologies. It is led by professors of the Faculty of Science and Engineering's Department of Aerospace Engineering.
Previous on-site tours have included the NASA Johnson Space Center, NASA Kennedy Space Center, and the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. In addition to these tours, opportunities only possible in the field, such as lectures and luncheon meetings with astronauts, and seeing actual facilities and technologies with your own eyes, allow you to come into direct contact with the latest technologies and developments in aerospace.
A robot building exercise
A human electronics experiment
The United States Aerospace Experience Tour
The Department of Mechanical and Precision Systems provides an environment for practical learning that fosters the interest and desire to create. Study and training in small groups allows students to develop their talents at their own pace. Courses such as "Robot Building" are available for students to develop professional skills as robotics technicians. Through exercises in building actual robots, students learn operational principles and control theories.
Through training and special projects, students will learn the aerospace engineering basics required for work related to air and space, from air sports to manned planetary expeditions. The curriculum covers basic aerospace engineering, with courses such as Drafting, Engineering Experiments, Aerospace Engineering Exercises 1 and 2, and Aerospace Engineering Experiments 1 and 2. Along with these basic courses, there is a focus on training and experimentation.
Students in the Department of Information and Electronic Engineering acquire highly specialized practical skills through broad studies in software and hardware along with training in information systems and experiments in human electronics. The hands-on learning of the training and experiments provoke deeper thinking and heighten students' creativity and imagination. Group work provides opportunities to build team-building, communication, and problem-solving skills.
In the Department of Biosciences, studies focus on biology, chemistry, and English for thorough learning in the fundamentals of experimentation and advanced technologies related to bioscience. Facilities include the latest research equipment.