Many of the interesting phenomena we see in our daily lives can be understood by the characteristics of molecules.
The Materials and Molecular Engineering Major is based on the concept of molecules, searching for ways to help our daily lives.

Lectures cover the development of dielectric polymers and new organic materials such as organic magnetic materials; development of catalyzers that convert carbon dioxide into methanol and other useful materials; development of new ceramics for high-temperature superconductivity and secondary batteries; development of high-purity, high-activity drug synthesis techniques using biofunctional materials with high response selectivity such as oxygen, and its application to biosensors; and investigation of the plant photosynthesis mechanism, which converts solar light 100% to electrical energy.

Chemistry is the basic science in investigating the flow of materials from molecule to polymers, solids, and organisms.
However, molecules are made from atoms and electrons, so you must have a firm understanding of quantum physics and material properties as well.

By offering education in materials and molecules with a sound background in basic sciences, students will become creative scientists with experience in engineering and science.



Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Chemical Thermodynamics, Solid State Physics, Biotechnology, Ceramics Technology, Fundamental Properties of Surfaces and Interfaces, Physics of Atoms and Molecules, Quantum Chemistry, Quantum Mechanics, Statistical Mechanics, Materials and Molecular Engineering Laboratory, Graduation Thesis Research, etc.