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Environment & Energy Course

The Environment & Energy Course aims to foster mechanical engineers with the ability to develop eco-friendly, energy-saving production processes. The course covers a broad range of subjects, from basic theories to practical applications, needed to create new technologies relating to the development of new energy systems and ecosystems, and the production of various products used in human society. To equip students with useful knowledge for environmental conservation and energy-saving process development, the course covers not only basic subjects of mechanics, but also a broad range of subjects such as environmental engineering, microparticle engineering, energy conversion, new materials development, chemical reaction engineering, and transport phenomena. Our curriculum is designed to enable students to acquire knowledge and skills needed to build an environmentally sustainable society, in a wide range of fields relating to environment and energy.

Environmentally sustainable society Students learn technologies that can be applied to create a sustainable society where human beings and nature exist in harmony.
Clean energy such as solar and wind power
Waste recycling
Production processes that minimize environmental impacts
Separation/removal of hazardous materials