In the world where electronics and the supporting physics of solid-state electronics are converged, nanometer (0.000000001 of a meter) engineering in solid material design is about to begin.
Here, discovery of new physical phenomena and electron devices behaving on new principles are not impossible.

On the other hand, the 21st century is called the information society. This is made possible by electronic devices such as computers, and at the heart are VLSI, sensors, and other electronic devices.

The objective of the Quantum and Electronic Engineering Major is to cultivate engineers and researchers that will become the leading scientists of this new field of electronics. 
Students are encouraged first to understand the basics, and then to develop specialist skills and a broad perspective, in order to be flexible and creative in discovering new electron and quantum systems.

Students can learn the basics of electronic engineering (transistors, semi-conductor lasers, solar cells, integrated circuits) and solid-state electronics (electron behavior in semiconductors, relation between electrons and light), as well as new microscopic electronic devices using quantum effects.



Semiconductor Devices, Electron and Quantum Effect Devices, Electronics, Optoelectronics, Physics of Semiconductors, Integrated Circuit Technology, Solid State Physics, Photo-Conversion, Quantum Mechanics, Statistical Mechanics, Laboratory Exercise for Electronics and Quantum Effect Engineering, Graduation Thesis Research, etc.