Information and Physical Sciences
Creation of New Information Science by Fusion of Mathematical Sciences and Applied Physics
For further development of today's information-intensive society on the basis of enhanced information sciences our department pursues new mathematical sciences towards analyzing the mechanism and principle of a phenomenon, natural, social or both, and synthesizing new principles/methodologies and systems/structures for future computer systems, having the significant interaction between mathematical sciences, intelligent information processing, and applied physics in mind. Our activities encourage young people to undertake cutting edge research in natural and social sciences to grow into leaders of the global information-intensive society.
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Information and Physical SciencesResearchProfessor, Nonlinear Systems, Modeling and Optimization Division, Department of Information and Physical Sciences (Application deadline, Dec. 15, 2015)
Information and Physical SciencesResearchAssistant Professor, Systems Engineering Division, Department of Information and Physical Sciences (Application deadline, Oct. 15, 2015)