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2014.4.9

Guidance for possible applicants will be held on May 19 (16:30-- ) at Research Bldg. No.8 and May 24 (13:00-- ) at Faculty of Engineering Integrated Research Bldg. in Yoshida campus.

2014.3.6

Professor Toshiyuki Ohtsuka received 2014 Research Award of Control Division (Kimura Award) from Control Division of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers.

2014.3.6

Professor Manabu Kano received Technology Award of the 13th Annual Conference on Control Systems from Control Division of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers.

2013.11.23

"Fuben-e-key" invented by Mr. Taku Araki received three sponsored awards (WebCrew Award, Yahoo! JAPAN Award, and FuRyu Award).

2013.11.20

Mr. Yuichi Hasebe, Prof. Hiroshi Kawakami, and Prof. Toshihiro Hiraoka received Best Paper Award of SSI2013.

2013.11.20

Mr. Yuichi Hasebe, Mr. Taku Araki, and Mr. Masafumi Hayakawa received Young Researchers' Award, respectively.

2013.10.1

Associate Professor Shun-ichi Azuma won a research grant from JST CREST, related to real-time pricing.

2013.9.16

Professor Toshiyuki Ohtsuka received Best Paper Award in 2013 from the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers for the paper, "Model Predictive Control for Nonlinear Parabolic Partial Differential Equations".

2013.9.16

Prof. Toshihiro Hiraoka et al. received Best Paper Award (Tomoda Award) from the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers for the paper, "Eco-driving support system to encourage spontaneous fuel-efficient driving behavior."

Graduate Curriculum
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New Frontier in Informatics and Systems

Research and education in the Department of Systems Science deals with a new and unified approach to varied technological problems from the standpoint of systems science. In particular, the approach requires the study of complex systems in the light of self-regulation, self-organization, and self-production. This is closely related to the need for study of the rapid growth in intelligent systems, and also in global systems such as world-wide computer networks. Emphasis is also placed upon the understanding of complicated mutual interactions, hierarchical systems, distributed or parallel self-determination, human-machine interfaces, biomedical engineering, and medical information systems. The Department supplies a variety of programs for solving pertinent system problems: the analysis, design, control of systems, decision making and simulation algorithms and techniques, as well as their bases in applied mathematics, application software, and hardware. The Department has three regular divisions and one cooperative division. Each division consists of a few chairs. Thirty graduate students are admitted into the Master's program, and 13 into the Doctoral program.

 

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