Mechanics is the branch of dynamics concerned with the motion of objects. The mechanics course teaches four fundamental disciplines of mechanical engineering: mechanical dynamics, material mechanics, hydrodynamics, and thermodynamics. These engineers should be able to apply machine manufacturing with electronics and information and communication technology (ICT).
In order to design and produce cutting-edge machines such as hybrid vehicles, electric vehicles, airplanes, robots and home appliances, prospective students will learn not only the four conventional disciplines of mechanics, but also contemporary knowledge and skills that are required to solve issues of energy, environment, medicine welfare and system engineering through an interdisciplinary curriculum.
Therefore, this course welcomes students with the following qualities.
1) Students who are interested in mechanics and willing to acquire knowledge and skills related to the field.
2) Students who are enthusiastic to produce something new by using their original ideas based on science and technology.
3) Students who intend to create a future in which all people can live in an affluent society in full consideration of the environment.
1) To develop engineers who have reliable academic and engineering achievement.
2) To develop engineers who can use intelligent machines and contribute to society by utilizing intelligent mechanical engineering.
3) To develop engineers who have knowledge of mechanical engineering and related fields such as electronics and assistive technology in order to play active roles in tackling various problems of aging local societies.