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Faculty of Marine Technology

Last Update : 2009-04-10 17:02
Japan which is surrounded by the sea has developed its economy by importing necessary resources and food and exporting industrial products using marine transportation. The Faculty of Marine Technology has, under the motto, “From the sea to the future”; trains robust young individuals who support the prosperity of our nation based upon both trade and technology work globally and flourish in the future. The aim is to train leading engineers who acquire knowledge and techniques of practical engineering. The Faculty of Marine Technology has three departments, the “Department of Maritime Systems Engineering”, “Department of Marine Electronics and Mechanical Engineering”, and “Department of Logistics and Information Engineering” and carries out advanced education and research with their respective features.

Department of Maritime Systems Engineering

The Department of Maritime Systems Engineering provides education and research on maritime system engineering, including the development, management and operation of navigation, position finding, automation and information technologies, navigation control and remote information communication systems. It uses sophisticated information technology as the basis of seeking navigation and management technologies for ocean vessels which will be the main means of cargo transportation in the next generation.

Chairs Main Subjects of Study
・Information Systems Engineering
・Marine Technology
・Maritime Management
Ship Routing, Maritime Legislation, Meteorology for Mariners, Safety Operation of Marine Vehicles, Ship Engineering, Navigation English, Information Engineering, Electronics, Reliability Engineering, Control Engineering, Maritime Law, Shipping Economics, Maritime Security Management, On Board Training

Department of Marine Electronics and Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Marine Electronics and Mechanical Engineering provides education and training for operation and management of advanced power machinery and electronic control system based on marine engineering for next generation of engineers and seamen. Furthermore a wide range of education and research in mechanical engineering, electronics engineering and marine engineering from the viewpoint of effective utilization of energy and environmental conservation are conducted.

Chairs Main Subjects of Study
・Power System Engineering
・Marine Mechanical Engineering
・Marine Cybernetics
Introduction to Electronic and Mechanical Engineering, Introduction to Marine Engine and Systems, Turbo Power Engineering, Internal Combustion Engineering, Energy Engine, Electrical Engineering, Metallic Materials, Mechanical Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Mechanics of Fluids, Mechanical Drawing, Applied Physics of Materials, Robotics, Computer System, Control Engineering, Basic Electronics, Electronics and Information Engineering

Department of Logistics and Information Engineering

The Department of Logistics and Information Engineering provides comprehensive and professional education and research in logistics systems. This department has been set up for the first time in this country by taking the viewpoint of commercial science such as distribution management system responding to the economic globalization, in addition to advanced education and research from the viewpoint of engineering by understanding unitarily the flow of goods and information on distribution, which are two sides of the same coin.

Chairs Main Subjects of Study
・Logistics Engineering
・Logistics Information Systems Engineering
・Logistics Management and Economics
Introduction to Logistics, Intermodal Transport Engineering, Logistics Management Engineering, Logistics Optimization Engineering, Logistics Infrastructure Planning, Information Processing, Logistics Information System, Data Structure and Algorithm, Probability, Industrial, Organization, International Statistics, Transport Economics, City Traffic, Logistics Economics, Cognitive Information Processing