Master’s Degree in Engineering | Doctor’s Degree in Engineering

The Program of Applied Physics covers research fields related to both physics as a fundamental science and engineering dealing with an application of the results of physics. The research groups concerned with optics, optoelectronics, instrumentation physics, nanotechnology, optical and electronic device technology, magnetics, quantum beam and plasma physics are working with organized collaboration and taking parts of the basis of modem technologies. The Program yields researchers who engage in development of applied physics with the knowledge and method of physics.

Master’s Degree in Engineering | Doctor’s Degree in Engineering

There is an ever increasing demand on the development of new innovative materials, not only as part of the industrial infrastructure, but also to drive forth the advancement of the scientific and technological front. Here in the Master and Doctoral Subprogram in Materials Science, we use the most advanced methods both in experimental and theoretical sides covering from microscopic to atomic levels to propel research into the structures, the methods of synthesis, the physical and chemical properties and potential applications of various novel and innovative materials.
The curriculum is organized along the following main lines of innovative materials research, i.e., Quantum Property, Quantum Theory, Materials Property, Materials Chemistry & Bioscience for the Master & Doctoral Programs, and Nanostructural Engineering for the Master Program.
Students in this course study under the supervision of our able staff to obtain broad specialist skills and knowledge in materials science, and are expected to become innovative and resourceful researchers and professionals of international standards.


Doctor’s Degree in Engineering  Only

Materials Science and Engineering is an important discipline that develops materials for various applications. It is a key engineering field that supports social infrastructure in areas as diverse as information/telecommunications, construction, transportation, energy, environment, medicine and welfare. Our program is jointly operated by the Degree Programs in Pure and Applied Sciences Subprogram in Materials Science and Engineering. Prominent scientists from NIMS join with the graduate school faculty to supervise students' research towards a Ph.D. degree.
Students can take advantage of the world-class facilities and equipment to participate in state-of-the-art research activities in NIMS, whilst gaining a broader perspective through interacting with researchers from overseas.
This subprogram is available for the doctoral course only; however, students may also obtain a Masters degree under supervision of our faculty members by enrolling in the Materials Science and Engineering Class included in the other subprograms of Applied Physics and Materials Science.


Master's/Doctoral Program in Engineering Sciences Office
Room 500, 5th Floor, F Building, Institute of Engineering Sciences
1-1-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8573 Japan
Tel: +81-29-853-4992, 4996, 5443

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