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Changes in the Faculty (1st, June, 2013)

Relocated

  • Professor Seiichi MIYAZAKI
    from Electronics as an Professor to Quantum Engineering as an Professor
  • Assistant Professor Katsunori MAKIHARA
    from Electronics as an Assistant Professor to Quantum Engineering as an Assistant Professor

Changes in the Faculty (1st, May, 2013)

New Members

  • Associate Professor Keita TAKAHASHI
    to Communications and Computer Science

The entrance ceremony of Nagoya University was held on 5th, April 2013.
We welcomed 287 fresh students.

  • Undergraduate course : 184 students

  • Master course : 91 students
      Electrical Eng. : 24 students
      Electronics : 37 students
      Information and Communication Eng. : 30 students

  • Ph. D course : 12 students
      Electrical Eng. : 2 students
      Electronics : 10 students

Changes in the Faculty (1st, April, 2013)

New Members

  • Professor Shinobu MACHIDA
    to Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory
  • Assistant Professor Muneaki KURIMOTO
    to Electrical Engineering
  • Assistant Professor Yuki FUNABORA
    to Communications and Computer Science
  • Assistant Professor Yojiro MORI
    to Communications and Computer Science
Promoted
  • Associate Professor Hiroyuki AKAIKE
    from Quantum Engineering as an Assistant Professor
    to Quantum Engineering as a Associate Professor
Relocated
  • Professor Norihiko NISHIZAWA
    from Electronics as an Professor to Quantum Engineering as an Professor
  • Assistant Professor Mitsutoshi ARAMAKI
    from Electronics as an Assistant Professor to Quantum Engineering as an Assistant Professor
Retirement
  • Professor Hitoshi OKUBO
    Electrical Engineering (31st, March 2013)
  • Professor Takashi MIZUTANI
    Quantum Engineering (31st, March 2013)
  • Professor Tatsuki OGINO
    Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (31st, March 2013)
  • Associate Professor Masumi INOUE
    Quantum Engineering (31st, March 2013)
  • Yuko KADOTA
    Group III office (31st, March 2013)

Changes in the Faculty (1st, October, 2012)

New Members

  • Associate Professor Kiichi NIITSU
    to Electronics

Changes in the Faculty (1st, May, 2012)

Promoted

  • Professor Norihiko NISHIZAWA
    from Electronics as an Associate Professor
    to Electronics as a Professor
  • Professor Yutaka YOSHIDA
    from Energy Engineering and Science as an Associate Professor
    to Energy Engineering and Science as a Professor

The entrance ceremony of Nagoya University was held on 5th, April 2012.
We welcomed 285 fresh students.

  • Undergraduate course : 187 students

  • Master course : 86 students
      Electrical Eng. : 26 students
      Electronics : 36 students
      Information and Communication Eng. : 24 students

  • Ph. D course : 12 students
      Electrical Eng. : 2 students
      Electronics : 6 students
      Information and Communication Eng. : 4 students

Changes in the Faculty (1st, April, 2012)

Promoted

  • Professor Toshiaki FUJII
    from Communications and Computer Science as an Associate Professor
    to Communications and Computer Science as a Professor
  • Professor Shinji DOKI
    from Communications and Computer Science as an Associate Professor
    to Communications and Computer Science as a Professor

Relocated

  • Orie KATOU
    from Group III office to Group II office
  • Shinichi NISHIMURA
    from liberal arts office to Group III office

Retirement

  • Professor Akihiro KONO
    Electronics (31st, March 2012)
  • Professor Masayuki TANIMOTO
    Communications and Computer Science (31st, March 2012)
  • Associate Professor Tatsuo MORI
    Electrical Engineering (31st, March 2012)
  • Associate Professor Mehrdad PANAHPOUR TEHRANI
    Electronics (31st, March 2012)

Changes in the Faculty (31st, October, 2011)

Retirement

  • Assistant Professor Tatuo ISHIJIMA
    Plasma Nanotechnology Research Center

Changes in the Faculty (1st, May, 2011)

New Members

  • Assistant Professor Kei TAKEYA
    to Electronics

The entrance ceremony of Nagoya University was held on 5th, April 2011.
We welcomed 284 fresh students.

  • Undergraduate course : 186 students

  • Master course : 87 students
      Electrical Eng. : 27 students
      Electronics : 37 students
      Information and Communication Eng. : 23 students

  • Ph. D course : 11 students
      Electronics : 8 students
      Information and Communication Eng. : 3 students

Changes in the Faculty (1st, April, 2011)

New Members

  • Associate Professor Toshiaki FUJII
    to Communications and Computer Science
  • Assistant Professor Ryota SHIOYA
    to Communications and Computer Science
  • Assistant Professor Hideki HASHIMOTO
    to Department of Information Engineering,
    Computer Science and Mathematical Informatics
Promoted / Relocated
  • Professor Kenji ISHIKAWA
    from Plasma Nanotechnology Research Center as an Associate Professor
    to Plasma Nanotechnology Research Center as a Professor
  • Keiko YAMAGISHI
    from Group III office to Group VI office
  • Seiji TSURUTA
    from liberal arts office to Group III office
Retirement
  • Professor Shigeru OKUMA
    Communications and Computer Science (31st, March 2011)
  • Professor Yoshiaki TAKAI
    Energy Engineering and Science (31st, March 2011)
  • Assistant Professor Koji SUIZU
    Electronics (31st, March 2011)
  • Assistant Professor Shigeyasu UNO
    Electronics (31st, March 2011)
  • Assistant Professor Tomohiro YENDO
    Communications and Computer Science (31st, March 2011)

Changes in the Faculty (1st, March, 2011)

New Members

  • Associate Professor Hiraku OKADA
    to EcoTopia Science Institute

Changes in the Faculty (1st, Dec, 2010)

New Members

  • Assistant Professor Katsunori MAKIHARA
    to Electronics

Changes in the Faculty (1st, July, 2010)

New Members

  • Assistant Professor Masamitsu TANAKA
    to Institute for Advanced Research

Changes in the Faculty (1st, Jun, 2010)

New Members

  • Professor Seiichi MIYAZAKI
    to Electronics
  • Associate Professor Kazunori KOMATANI
    to Communications and Computer Science

Changes in the Faculty (1st, May, 2010)

New Members

  • Assistant Professor Kentaro KOBAYASHI
    to EcoTopia Science Institute

Changes in the Faculty (31st, April, 2010)

Retirement

  • Associate Professor Koichi SASAKI
    Plasma Nanotechnology Research Center

The entrance ceremony of Nagoya University was held on 5th, April 2010.
We welcomed 284 fresh students.

  • Undergraduate course : 182 students

  • Master course : 88 students
      Electrical Eng. : 27 students
      Electronics : 34 students
      Information and Communication Eng. : 27 students

  • Ph. D course : 14 students
      Electronics : 12 students
      Information and Communication Eng. : 2 students

Changes in the Faculty (1st, April, 2010)

New Members

  • Professor Hiroshi AMANO
    to Electronics
  • Professor Masahiro HANAI
    to EcoTopia Science Institute
  • Associate Professor Norihiko NISHIZAWA
    to Electronics
  • Assistant Professor Katsuhiko KAJI
    to Department of Computational Science and Engineering
Promoted / Relocated
  • Professor Takaya YAMAZATO
    from EcoTopia Science Institute as an Associate Professor
    to Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences as a Professor
  • Associate Professor Hiroki KOJIMA
    from EcoTopia Science Institute as an Assistant Professor
    to EcoTopia Science Institute as an Associate Professor
  • Yumi MATSUBARA
    from Group III office to Graduate School of Mathematics
  • Yuuko KADOTA
    from Group VI office to Group III office
Retirement
  • Professor Fumihiro ENDO
    EcoTopia Science Institute (31st, March 2010)
  • Assistant Professor Daisuke IIOKA
    Electrical Engineering (31st, March 2010)
  • Assistant Professor Takanori NISHINO
    EcoTopia Science Institute (31st, March 2010)
  • Technical Staff Makoto TAKAGI (31st, March 2010)

2009 C&C Prize Ceremony

Dr. Fumitada Itakura, a Professor Emeritus of Nagoya University has been selected as a laureate of the 2009 C&C Prize, for his pioneering research and the development of highly efficient voice-coding technology with analysis-synthesis methods for speech.

2009 Kyoto Prize

Dr. Isamu Akasaki, a University Professor of Nagoya University, has been selected as a laureate of the 2009 Kyoto Prize for his persistent research on gallium nitride (GaN) for many years toward the realization of blue LEDs.

Changes in the Faculty (1st, August, 2009)

New Members

  • Associate Professor Hiroki KONDO to Electronics
  • Associate Professor Kenji ISHIKAWA to Electronics

Changes in the Faculty (1st, June, 2009)

Promoted

  • Professor Nobuo KAWAGUCHI
    from Communications and Computer Science as an Associate Professor to Computational Science and Engineering as a Professor

The entrance ceremony of Nagoya University was held on 5th, April 2009.
We welcomed 285 fresh students.

  • Undergraduate course : 187 students

  • Master course : 86 students
      Electrical Eng. : 28 students
      Electronics : 28 students
      Information and Communication Eng. : 30 students

  • Ph. D course : 12 students
      Electrical Eng. : 1 students
      Electronics : 7 students
      Information and Communication Eng. : 4 students

Changes in the Faculty (1st, April, 2009)

New Members

  • Associate Professor Mehrdad Panahpour Tehrani
    to Communications and Computer Science
Relocated
  • Tomoko Fukaya
    from Group III office to Department of engineering General Administration Division
  • Hideaki Yano
    from Group III office to Department of engineering accounting section
  • Orie Katou
    from Group I office to Group III office
Retirement
  • Professor Shigeru TSUNASHIMA
    Electronics, Solid State Devices (31st, March 2009)
  • Professor Nobuhiko SAWAKI
    Electronics, Solid State Devices (31st, March 2009)
  • Professor Toshio SHIMADA
    Communications and Computer Science, Computer Engineering (31st, March 2009)
  • Assistant Professor Katsumi KATO
    from Electrical Engineering as an Assistant Professor to Niihama National College of Technology as an Associate Professor
  • Assistant Professor Atsushi FUJITA
    from Communications and Computer Science as an Assistant Professor to Future University-Hakodate as an Associate Professor

Changes in the Faculty (1st, February, 2009)

Promoted

  • Associate Professor Yusuke ICHINO
    from Energy Eng. and Science as an Assistant Professor to EcoTopia Science Institute as an Associate Professor

Changes in the Faculty (1st, May, 2008)

New Members

  • Associate Professor Shin KAJITA
    to Energy Engineering and Science

The entrance ceremony of Nagoya University was held on 5th, April 2008.
We welcomed 283 fresh students.

  • Undergraduate course : 187 students

  • Master course : 85 students
      Electrical Eng. : 27 students
      Electronics : 29 students
      Information and Communication Eng. : 29 students

  • Ph. D course : 11 students
      Electrical Eng. : 2 students
      Electronics : 4 students
      Information and Communication Eng. : 5 students

Changes in the Faculty (1st, April, 2008)

New Members

  • Assistant Professor Keigo TAKEDA
    to Electronics
Promoted
  • Professor Noriyasu OHNO
    from EcoTopia Science Institute as an Associate Professor to Energy Eng. and Science as a Professor
  • Associate Professor Yutaka OHNO
    from Quantum Eng. as an Assistant Professor to Quantum Eng. as an Associate Professor
  • Professor Naoki HAYAKAWA
    from EcoTopia Science Institute as an Associate Professor to EcoTopia Science Institute as a Professor
Relocated
  • Professor Hitoshi OKUBO
    from EcoTopia Science Institute as a Professor to Electrical Eng. as a Professor
  • Hitomi SATO
    from Group III office to Group I office
Retirement
  • Professor Tadahiko OGAWA
    Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (31st, March 2008)
  • Associate Professor Toshiaki FUJII
    from Communications and Computer Science as an Associate Professor to Tokyo Institute of Technology as an Associate Professor (exchange)
  • Lecturer Ryotaro KOBAYASHI
    from Communications and Computer Science as an Assistant Professor to Toyohashi University of Technology as a Lecturer

The entrance ceremony of Nagoya University was held on April 5th, 2007
We welcome 280 fresh students:

  • Undergraduate course : 182 students

  • Master course : 85 students
      Electrical Engineering --- 23 students
      Electronics --- 31 students
      Information and Communication Engineering --- 31 students

  • Ph.D course : 13 students
      Electrical Engineering --- 3 students
      Electronics --- 5 students
      Information and Communication Engineering --- 5 students

Changes in the Faculty (2006. April-Nov.)

New Members

  • Research Associate Koji SUIZU
    Electronics, Quantum Devices (Apr. 1, 2006)
  • Associate Professor Tetsu IWATA
    Communications and Computer Science, Information Systems (May 1, 2006)
  • Professor Toshio HAYASHI
    Electronics (Nov. 1, 2006)
  • Professor Makoto SEKINE
    Electronics (Nov. 1, 2006)
Relocated
  • Associate Professor Nobuo KAWAGUCHI
    from Graduate School of Information Science to Communications and Computer Science (Apr. 1, 2006)
  • Tomoko FUKAYA
    Graduate School of Engineering office to Group III office (Apr. 1, 2006)
  • Hideaki YANO
    Graduate School of Language & Culture office to Group III office (Apr. 1, 2006)
  • Eriko TAMURA
    from Group III office to Group V office (Apr. 1, 2006)
  • Akiko ISHIKAWA
    from Group III office to Graduate School of Science office (Apr. 1, 2006)
  • Professor Katsunobu ITOU
    from Nagoya University to Hosei University (Apr. 1, 2006)
  • Professor Akio ISHIGURO
    from Nagoya University to Tohoku University (Apr. 1, 2006)
  • Associate Professor Hiraku OKADA
    from Nagoya University to Niigata University (Apr. 1, 2006)
  • Associate Professor Norihide KITAOKA
    from Toyohashi University of Technology to Nagoya University (Oct. 1, 2006)
  • Associate Professor Tomohiro YOSHIKAWA
    from Computational Science and Engineering (COE) to Communications and Computer Science (Oct. 1, 2006)
Retirement
  • Associate Professor Shinzo MORITA
    Electronics, Solid State Devices (Mar. 31, 2006)

The entrance ceremony of Nagoya University was held on April 5th, 2006
We welcome 265 fresh students:

  • Undergraduate course : 180 students

  • Master course : 75 students
      Electrical Engineering --- 16 students
      Electronics --- 29 students
      Information and Communication Engineering --- 30 students

  • Ph.D course : 10 students
      Electrical Engineering --- 4 students
      Electronics --- 3 students
      Information and Communication Engineering --- 3 students

International COE Workshop on Nano Processes and Devices, and Their Applications

The International COE Workshop on Nano Processes and Devices and Their Applications will be held on the 15th and 16th Dec., 2005 by the 21st Century COE (Center of Excellence) "Information Nano-Devices Based on Advanced Plasma Science."

See the details : http://plasma.coe.nagoya-u.ac.jp/workshop2005/

Changes in the Faculty (2005. April-October)

New Members

  • Professor Fumihiro ENDO
    EcoTopia Science Institute, Power Engineering and Systems (Apr. 1, 2005)
  • Associate Professor Hiroshi HASEGAWA
    Communications and Computer Science, Communication and Control Systems (Apr. 1, 2005)
  • Professor Satoshi SATO
    Communications and Computer Science, Computer Engineering (Jun. 1, 2005)
  • Professor Kodo KAWASE
    Depertment of Quantum Engineering, Quantum Devices (Jul. 1, 2005)
  • Research Associate Shigeyasu UNO
    Electronics, Solid State Devices (Oct. 1, 2005)
  • Associate Professor Mutsunori YAGIURA
    Depertment of Department of Information Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematical Informatics (Oct. 1, 2005)
Promoted
  • Associate Professor Nozomu NISHITANI
    Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (Apr. 1, 2005)
  • Associate Professor Takeyoshi KATO
    Electrical Engineering, Power Engineering and Systems (Jun. 1, 2005)
  • Associate Professor Norihiko NISHIZAWA
    Depertment of Quantum Engineering, Quantum Devices (Jun. 1, 2005)
Relocated
  • Assistant Professor Hiraku OKADA
    from Center for Information Media Studies to Communication and Control Systems (Apr. 1, 2005)
  • Hitomi SATO
    from Group I office to Group III office (Apr. 1, 2005)
  • Shizue MORITA
    from Group III office to Group II office (Apr. 1, 2005)
Resigned
  • Associate Professor Masanori NISHINO
    Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (Mar. 31, 2005)

IEEE Student Branch at Nagoya University is established

IEEE Student Branch at Nagoya University is established on January, 2005. Student Branch code is 05991. This is the sixteenth student branch in Japan and the second student branch under IEEE Nagoya Section (http://ieee-nagoya.org/), which covers Tokai and Hokuriku Areas.

The entrance ceremony of Nagoya University was held on April 5th, 2005
We welcome 271 fresh students:

  • Undergraduate course : 181 students

  • Master course : 77 students
      Electrical Engineering --- 22 students
      Electronics --- 31 students
      Information and Communication Engineering --- 24 students

  • Ph.D course : 13 students
      Electrical Engineering --- 1 students
      Electronics --- 9 students
      Information and Communication Engineering --- 3 students

The entrance ceremony of Nagoya University was held on April 5th, 2004
We welcome 271 fresh students:

  • Undergraduate course : 180 students

  • Master course : 80 students
      Electrical Engineering --- 27 students
      Electronics --- 29 students
      Information and Communication Engineering --- 24 students

  • Ph.D course : 11 students
      Electrical Engineering --- 4 students
      Electronics --- 4 students
      Information and Communication Engineering --- 3 students

Departments of Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering and Information Engineering have been combined as the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

  Departments of Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering and Information Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering have been combined as the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, from April 1, 2004.
  New Department is composed of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communications and Computer Science. Laboratory structure has been also modified. Details are indicated in Organization/Laboratories
  Organization of School of Engineering is the same as before.

Web Pages of our 21st Century COE (Center of Excellence) Program have been renewed. (2003.08.20)

Research projects of the young researchers forum in the COE program "Information Nano-Devices Based on Advanced Plasma Science"

  • Research projects of the young researchers forum in the COE program, will be presented at Room-IB071 on 5:00 pm, March 10, 2003

Two projects were accepted as 21st Century COE (Center of Excellence) Program.

Information about COE program
The Program will establish research and education bases (centers of excellence) across a range of academic disciplines. These COEs will work to elevate the standard of Japanese research to the world's highest level while fostering creative people of a caliber to become world leaders in their respective fields. They will also help to raise the universities' international competitiveness and to enhance their unique characteristics.
Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Dept. of Electronics, and Dept. of Information Electonics, Nagoya University.
Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya 464-8603 JAPAN
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