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【IMPORTANT】 FY2021 Class Schedule (Updated on Apr.6) 

Spring Term

Course Pd. Instructional Mode
Nuclear Reactor Theory M1 Online (Ondemand) through ELMS
EES Advacned Lab. Seminar M4 Online (Ondemand) + Face-to-face. Refer to ELMS for details
Engine System Engineering T2 Online (Ondemand) through CEED
Nuclear Safety and System Engineering W2 Face-to-face (C212)
Fluid Power Systems H3 Online (Ondemand) through ELMS
Nuclear and Various Energy Systems[Common] F1 Online (Live & Ondemand). Refer to ELMS for details.
Laboratory Experiment on Nuclear Reactor F5 Online (Live). Refer to ELMS for etails

Summer Term

Course Pd. Instructional Mode
Materials for Nuclear and Various Energy M2 Online (Ondemand) through ELMS
EES Advanced Lab. Seminar M4 Online (Ondemand) + Face-to-face. Refer to ELMS for details
Combusion in Internal Combusion Engines T3  
Boiling Heat Transfer and Two-phase Flow W2 Online (Ondemand) through ELMS
Overview of Energy Technology and Policy W3 Online (Ondemand) through ELMS
Flow Transition and Control H3 Online (Ondemand) through ELMS
Nuclear and Vavrious Energy Systems [Common] F1 Online (Ondemand + Live) through CEED and ELMS
Laboratory Experiment on Nuclear Reactor F3 Online (Live) through ELMS
Fluid Engineering [Common] F5 Online (Ondemand) through ELMS. Short intensive course offered in July.

 

- Graduation ceremony for the master/docter courses was held on March 25, 2019. Congratulations!

Introduction to Division of Energy and Environmental Systems

Sustainable energy systems which can supply long-term energy without serious burdens are essential for the modern life. The accident at the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant has initiated much discussion on future energy systems. As a division, we contribute to the development of advanced energy systems through research on hydrogen fuel cells, next-generation engine systems, and innovative device for measurement and control of thermo-fluid phenomena. In addition, we continue to be engaged in research on the evolution and development of future nuclear energy technologies including innovative nuclear systems, nuclear power plant safety, reactor physics, and the long-term management of radioactive waste.

Our mission is to educate students to become leaders in the field of energy systems engineering and operations and contribute to the future energy needs of our society through innovative design and research. Our students learn the latest experimental and analytical techniques and computer simulations using advanced programming techniques. We offer a comprehensive engineering education with courses related to renewable/advanced/nuclear energy systems including: thermal system engineering, fluid mechanics, fluid informatics, energy conversion and environment technology, energy instrumentation, heat transfer, nuclear reactor theory, nuclear power system safety, nuclear reactor engineering, nuclear and various energy materials, nuclear fuel cycle, fuel production and conversion engineering.

Name Office Laboratory Research Group
Associate Professor
Go Chiba
N317 Nuclear Reactor Engineering Nuclear and Environmental Systems
Assistant Professor
Y. Yamamoto
A4-32
Professor
K. Sawa
A3-31 Nuclear System Safety
Associate Professor
H.Sakashita
A3-32
Associate Professor
S.Miwa
R107
Professor
T.Kozaki
A3-33 Nuclear and Environmental Materials
Associate Professor
N.Watanabe
A3-72
Assistant Professor
S.Uematsu
N107
Professor
Y.Tabe
A6-32 Energy Conversion Systems Applied Energy Systems
Associate Professor
S.Uemura
A6-
Professor
Y.Murai
A5-35 Laboratory for Flow Control
Associate Professor
Y.Tasaka
A5-34
Assistant Professor
H.J. Park
A5-70
Professor
H.Ogawa
A6-28 Engine System Laboratory
Associate Professor
G. Shibata
A6-29
Assistant Professor
Y. Kobashi
J158
Professor
H. Nakajima
A4-31 Laboratory of Nuclear Power Infrastructure & Technologies Endowed Chair