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University of Tsukuba Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences

筑波大学 数理物質科学研究科, ツクバダイガク スウリブッシツカガクケンキュウカ
Representive : Chief of a section, MIZUBAYASHI Hiroshi
Establishment year: 2000
Address: 1-1-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki 305-8571 Japan
Telephone number: +81-29-853-7295
FAX number: +81-29-853-7296
Organization/Research department name (7):
  • Doctoral Programs in Mathematics
  • Doctoral Programs in Physics
  • Doctoral Programs in Chemistry
  • Doctoral Programs in Frontier Science
  • Doctoral Programs in Applied Physics
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Purpose of establishment:
In response to the demands of the new era, the Graduate
School of Pure and Applied Sciences was established in
2000 through the reorganization of pre-existing doctoral
programs.
The specific objective was to offer comprehensive and
advanced education and training in research ranging from
the basics of natural science to applications in science
and technology which has become increasingly important.
The reorganization included the three doctoral programs
in pure sciences (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry) and
the two major courses of specialization (Applied Physics
and Materials Science), both in the Doctoral Program in
Engineering.
The new Graduate School aims to develop students into
researchers as well as highly specialized professionals
with broad vision, excellent research skills, and the
ability to adapt to the rapidly changing environment.
Each Program is reorganized in 2004 as the two-year
first term (substantially Master's Program) and the
three-year second term (substantially Doctoral Program).
In 2004 also the Graduate School integrated five major
courses (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Applied Physics
and Materials Science) from the independent Master's
Program, Master's Program of Science and Engineering,
and established newly Doctral Program in Materials
Science and Engineering (htree-year second term only).
The Program of Materials Science and Engineering
implements research and education in National Institute
for Materials Science (Independent Administrative
Corporation) under intimate cooperation with the other
relevant doctoral Programs in this Graduate School.
The Graduate School consists of Doctoral Programs;
Program in Mathematics, Program in Physics, Program in
Chemistry, Program in Frontier Science, Program in
Applied Physics, Program in Materials Science and
Program in Materials Science and Engineering.
Business overview:
The Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences
consists of the following six doctoral programs of
specialization: Doctoral Program in Mahtematics,
Doctoral Program in Physics, Doctoral Program in
Chemistry, Doctoral Program in Frontier Science,
Doctoral Program in Applied Physics, Doctoral Program
in Materials Science, and Program in Materials Science
and Engineering.
Budget:
  • 2002: \ 380 (Million)
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