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A Faculty of Science and Technology Which Seeks Resonance Between Nature, the Environment, Space and Humanity
The guiding principle of the Faculty of Science and Technology is to use the interaction of science, which seeks to understand the essence of things, with engineering, which seeks to apply those discoveries, to develop education and research that leads to the creation of new science and technology. Based on this principle, the Faculty of Science and Technology seeks to equip students with the ability to make discoveries on their own ("How to discover it!") as well as solve problems on their own ("How to solve it!"). The year 2017 will mark the 50th anniversary of the Faculty of Science and Technology. Looking ahead to the next 50 years, the vision for the future is "A Faculty of Science and Technology which Seeks RESONANCE," and it will be put into practice via highly diverse, cross-departmental applied and basic research.
Specifically, the Faculty of Science and Technology is divided into four educational and research groups (Computational Design, Things Design, Material Design and Space Design) which capitalize on the distinctive knowledge and research into various fields available from the ten departments within the Faculty of Science and Technology, as well as a fifth, comprehensive System Design group. These groups complement one another and work together in a cross-sectional and interdisciplinary manner. In addition, each group focuses on the four areas of Nature, the Environment, Space and Humanity.