Be applied physics and physico informatics in Keio university
The Department of Applied Physics and Physico-Informatics administers an undergraduate program with a multidisciplinary curriculum emphasizing both lecture courses and laboratory research. Students who have completed their first year requirements in general physics, mathematics, and chemistry enroll in departmental lecture courses in applied physics, engineering mathematics, and information technology. The curriculum is designed to show the close connection among these three areas. The integration of these fields of study is essential in preparing students to pursue emerging fields in applied physics. Students also gain hands-on experience in a variety of laboratory courses emphasizing data acquisition and analysis, signal processing, control techniques, and materials characterization.
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