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Department of Pure & Applied Physics
Faculty of Engineering Science, Kansai University

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Introduction

To unlock the mysteries of nature, the establishment of basic and profound rules in physics with a wide range of applicability is needed. Physics has a very long history, reflecting the inquisitiveness of the human mind was reflected in the system of physics. The trend of physics changed drastically in the latter half of the 20th century. This is because very difficult problems that humans have never encountered before have arisen. For example, one of the most serious problems that confront us is energy development, which will be directly associated with the happiness of humans in the near future. We are at a loss over what to do because we have no clues to solving the problems facing humans today. This is the time for us to borrow and apply knowledge from physics. Our understanding of the physical universe will give us new insights into serious problems of our time. The number of theoretical innovations has surged, and new theories are being developed one after another. Therefore, a shortage of engineers is now a problem. We must keep up with theoretical innovations; if we cannot do that, we will be left irrecoverably behind. Theories will be useless if the available technology cannot keep up with them. We need able workers with broad perspectives and specialist knowledge. We cultivate people of ability who can consider all aspects of a problem, and solve problems systematically, and are not only versed in their specialties but are also very widely educated. Graduates are anticipated to play a highly active role in industrial circles

Physics Course

Physics is now getting more specialized. The physics course is a curriculum in technical education for learning the basis of contemporary physics. The purpose of the study is to scientifically systematize natural phenomena. Students are conscientiously taught quantum mechanics, which is a fundamental theory in physics. Statistical mechanics, electromagnetics, and hydrodynamics are also studied, and in these subjects, natural laws are studied using mathematical techniques. Computer science is also emphasized in this course. Subject such as computational science, computer simulation and parallel image processing are also systematically taught.

Applied Physics Course

In the applied physics course, subjects such as geometrical optics, wave optics, laser optics, and quantum optics offered so that students can effectively acquire the necessary specialist knowledge in optics and optical engineering. The study of the physics of condensed matter, which underpins material photoelectronics related to semiconductors and superconductors, is also possible. An engineering graduate is expected to be active in various industrial fields such as electrical engineering, information technology, machine science, and chemistry


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