The universal principle of the Department of Industrial Administration is to teach and research, not conventional engineering centered on unique technology, but comprehensive, optimized methodology to the activities of companies and organizations based on scientific and engineering knowledge and technology. This methodology includes information systems, production systems, social systems, management mathematics and management systems, and our goal is to offer education and research allowing students to systematically learn cutting-edge specialist knowledge covering a wide area to respond to the needs of society.

Research Groups & Research Areas

  • Information Engineering

    In this research, we extract information from and discover knowledge in gigantic Internet or genome databases. Research on cutting-edge information systems integrates a large number of computers and robots into living spaces to create a comfortable and people-friendly environment.

    Harada Research Group / Nishiyama Research Group / Owada Research Group

  • Production Systems Engineering

    In this area, we research the methodology for economically creating a fast and smooth "material flow" from raw material procurement up to production and sales, while fully utilizing management resources such as information, equipment, people, and capital.

    Goto Research Group / Ishigaki Research Group

  • Social Systems Engineering

    Perceiving a company, a factory, the global environment or other extremely complex structure as a system, we express the relations among its constituent elements by use of a model described by a large number of numerical and theoretical formulas, and search for measures to improve the system in question through simulations or various experiments.

    Dowaki Research Group / Seo Research Group

  • Management Mathmatics

    To carry out human business such as corporate activities or social activities in an efficient manner, it is firstly important to express behavior or a phenomenon by use of a mathematical or statistical model. Using this model, we can find the solution which is optimal from a scientific and objective perspective.

    Suzuki Research Group / Takashima Research Group

  • Management Systems Engineering

    Corporate activities and social activities are run by groups (organizations) of humans. A management system is a scheme of various ideas for ensuring the functionality and adequacy of the activities of an organization. Famous examples include quality management, cost management, and environmental management.

    Yasui Research Group

List of Faculty Members

Name Title Research Area Keyword
DOWAKI Kiyoshi Professor Environmental conscious materials and recycle
Reaction engineering/Process system
Energy engineering
Green production on basis of CFP and/or WFP, LCA of agricultural or industrial products
Bio-H2 production system, Fuel cell system of SOFC/PEFC including gas cleaning
LCA, Energy design, Analysis of renewable energy systems
ISHIGAKI Aya Professor Social systems engineering/Safety system Design and optimization of supply chain
NISHIYAMA Hiroyuki Professor Computer system Multi-Agent System, Immune Security System
OHWADA Hayato Professor Intelligent informatics Inductive Logic Programming, Web Mining
SUZUKI Tomomichi Professor Social systems engineering/Safety system Statistical Data Analysis, Quality Management
TAKASHIMA, Ryuta Professor Social systems engineering/Safety system
Nuclear engineering
Energy engineering


GOTO Makoto Associate Professor Social systems engineering/Safety system
Sports science
Money/Finance
Industrial Engineering, Finance, Project Management
Sport Business
Finance, Corporate Finance, Financial Engineering
HARADA Taku Associate Professor Intelligent informatics
Soft computing
Machine Learning
Evolutionary Computation
YASUI Seiichi Associate Professor Social systems engineering/Safety system Statistical Quality Control, Design of Experiments, Statistical Process Control
HATANO RYO Junior Associate Professor Theory of informatics Mathematical Logic (Modal Logic)
ITO Mari Junior Associate Professor Social systems engineering/Safety system Operations Research
Seo Yuna Junior Associate Professor Social systems engineering/Safety system Regional economics, Economic engineering, Environmental impact assessment
ITAKA Shizu Assistant Professor Forest science Multivariate analysis, Spatial analysis, Forest planning, Agricultural information
KITA Nanao Assistant Professor Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics Discrete Mathematics
Martono Niken Prasasti Assistant Professor
Miao Shan Assistant Professor

Information on Career Paths

  • Graduate School
    45.0%
  • Information Industry
    22.5%
  • Machinery and Appliances
    7.0%
  • Professional and Technical Services
    5.4%
  • Finance, Insurance
    5.4%
  • Wholesale and Retail Trade
    2.3%
  • Chemical Engineering
    2.3%
  • Miscellaneous Services
    1.5%
  • Electronic Parts
    0.8%
  • Electricity, Gas, Heat Supply and Water
    0.8%
  • Civil Servant
    0.8%
  • Other Industries
    2.3%
  • Other (Persons Planning on Continuing Education, Studying Abroad, etc.)
    3.9%
(As of March 2022)