Department of Applied Physics

Department of Applied Physics

Physical Science Major

The Department of Applied Physics will become the Department of Physics in April 2022, focusing on physics.
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An extensive study and investigation from elementary particles to the universe. Acquire the knowledge and technical skills to carve out new age.

Essential points of the Department of Applied Physics, Physical Science Major

Study essential fields for advanced science, such as astronomy, the universe, and other subjects.
Small-group classes and an open research environment allowing students to exchange ideas with faculty easily.
Support systems such as class organization according to the learning level of first-year students.

Physics has significantly contributed to the development of scientific technology, including computer and optical communication and nanotechnology. Engineering specialists, researchers, and developers engaged in state-of-the-art technology require basic knowledge and broad-based knowledge of physics to create new physics-based applications. In our educational programs, students learn the basics of physics and acquire the ability to apply what they acquired to various fields. Enhanced three-course: Physical Science, Space Science, and Nanoscience focus on themes such as superconductivity, sensors, electronic materials, elementary particles, and the universe. We aim to develop human resources that can flexibly carve out a new age of technological innovation and discover new technologies that lead to the next generation.