The DII Collaborative Graduate Program for Accelerating Innovation in Future Electronics, Nagoya University will have a guidance session to introduce the program itself and its academic curriculum for applicants for the academic year of 2020 (third batch of students).
*[This briefing session has ended.]*
Venue: Lecture Hall, IB Building
Eligibility: The guidance is intended for successful applicants and their supervisors to the following departments or other relevant departments, however, bachelor students who are interested in School of Engineering are also welcomed.
Electronics; Electrical Engineering; Information and Communication Engineering;
Materials Physics; Applied Physics;
Materials Process Engineering; Materials Design Innovation Engineering; Chemical System Engineering;
Mechanical Systems Engineering; Aerospace Engineering; Micro-Nano Mechanical Science and Engineering;
Energy Engineering; Applied Energy
The DII Collaborative Graduate Program has started as one of the Doctoral Programs for World-leading Innovative and Smart Education (WISE Programs) since FY2018. This is a unique educational program designed to nurture three different types of talent (Deployers, Innovators, and Investigators) cooperating with each other toward continually creating product innovation in future electronics.
While the DII Collaborative Graduate Program is an integrated program that covers the entire process from admission to the graduate school to the acquisition of a doctoral degree, the program will also accept the limited number of students in doctoral courses who have sufficient R&D experience in society for diversity.
The contents of the guidance are intended for successful applicants to the master courses starting from April 2020. However, all the students who who are interested in the program will be welcomed, because the program itself and its academic curriculum will be explained in detail. Students who start the master program from October 2019 will also join the DII Collaborative Graduate Program in April 2020. The detailed guidelines for admission will become available around December 2020 on this web site.
Admission Office (AO), DII Collaborative Graduate Program for Accelerating Innovation in Future Electronics