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Education

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Field of Study

Crystal Physics

Lecture (2022)

STEM Practice (Bachelor Course)
Project Management Fundamentals (Bachelor Course)
Experiments of Chemical Process Engineering (Bachelor Course)
Advanced Environmental Technology on Chemistry (Graduate School)
Basic Chemistry Laboratory (Bachelor Course)
Applied Chemistry Laboratory 2 (Bachelor Course)
Materials and Process Engineering (Bachelor Course)
Material Science (Bachelor Course)
Advanced Materials Science (Graduate School)
Experiments of Organic and Polymer Chemistry (Bachelor Course)
Experiments of Analytical, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry (Bachelor Course)
Introduction to Science and Technology (Common Curriculum)
Surface Science and Technology (Graduate School)

(Lectures are listed by lecturer for subjects registered in our student affair database system.)

Research Supervisory ( last 5 years )

25 students (bachelor), 22 students (master), 1 students (doctor)

(Number of students is based on supervisory teacher of students registered in our student affair database system. In the case that teacher is not chief supervisor, these number may not include the students even if they were actually supervised.)