The course of study in Material and Life Science consists of nine chairs: Biological Extremity Engineering, Physical Chemistry for Life Science, Molecular Recognition Chemistry, Molecular Process Engineering, Molecular System Engineering, Theoretical Computation Physics, Photonic Information Technology, Applied Surface Science, and Laser Spectroscopy.
This course provides a wide spectrum of research and educational opportunities in newly developing interdisciplinary research fields encompassing applied physics, chemistry and biology. Strong emphasis is placed on developing student's ability to initiate and carry out highly original research projects based on broad and deep knowledge of interdisciplinary material and life science, endowed through lectures and thesis work with excellent support faculties and facilities.
- Biochemical Engineering (Omasa Lab)
- Electronic Materials Science (Nakayama Lab)
- Chemistry on Supramolecular Recognition
- Chemical Biology (Molecular Process Engineering) (Kikuchi Lab)
- Biofunctional Chemistry (S. Itoh Lab)
- Advanced Engineering Physics (Takai Lab)
- Photonic Information Technology
- Applied Surface Science (Watanabe Lab)
- Laser Spectroscopy (Kanematsu Lab)
- Structural Chemistry