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The 2nd Catapult Contest will be held on September 27th.
First-year students from the Faculty of Engineering will design each catapult using 3D modeling software and 3D printers.
On the day of the contest, the catapults will launch ping pong balls in a competition to see whose catapult can launch the farthest. The competition will be streamed live on YouTube.
Campus tours will also be held at the Uzumasa Campus on the same day, so if you would like to see our new engineering building and speak to our professors, please feel free to visit our campus.
The new South Engineering Building on Uzumasa Campus was constructed to coincide with the establishment of our new Faculty of Engineering in 2020.
The South Engineering Building is five stories tall and one story underground, and is located adjacent to our new international student dormitory.
The machine workshop, which can process all kinds of materials from metals to resins using the latest machines and tools, is available to students 24 hours a day. The electrical and electronic workshop is equipped with mechatronics equipment and a circuit production environment. There is also a large library that is ideal for self-study. Furthermore, open-layout learning commons designed to encourage communication among students are available on almost every floor. These and many other state-of-the-art facilities function as a training space for our engineers across research areas, backgrounds, and nationalities.