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J-GLOBAL ID:201005026972202072   Organization code:0100574007 Update date: Jan. 21, 2020

Hokkaido University Faculty of Engineering Division of Human Mechanical Systems and Design

北海道大学 大学院工学研究院 人間機械システムデザイン部門, ホッカイドウダイガク ダイガクインコウガクケンキュウイン ニンゲンキカイシステムデザインブモン
Representive : KOBAYASHI Yukinori
Establishment year: 2005
Address: Kita13, Nishi8, Kitaku, Sapporo 060-8628, Japan
Telephone number: +81-11-716-2111
FAX number: +81-11-706-7895
History (1):
  • 2005/04
    Divisions of Materials Science and Engineering, Molecular Chemistry, Applied Physics, Quantum Energy Engineering, Mechanical Science, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Urban and Environmental Engineering and Environment and Resources Engineering were reorganized as Divisions of Applied Physics, Chemical Process Engineering, Biotechnology and Macromolecular Chemistry, Materials Chemistry, Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical and Space Engineering, Human Mechanical Systems and Design, Energy and Environmental Systems, Quantum Science and Engineering, Field Engineering for Environment, Engineering and Policy for Cold Regional Environment, Architectural and Structural Design, Human Environmental System, Built Environment and Solid Waste, Resources and Geoenvironmental Engineering.
Business overview:
The establishment of engineering fields that create
machines supporting human activities and health
multidimensionally, directly related to the activities,
life and living environments of humans, are highly
anticipated in society and industries, with the hope of
realizing safe and reliable social environments. It is
now more important than ever to accumulate the fundamental
technologies for a "man-machine" system that is smart
(accurate, meticulous, innovative, highly functional,
intelligent, autonomous, limited secondary effects) and
micro (operates whenever, wherever, is site-specific,
distributed and localized) to establish creative design
methodologies applicable to the development of machines
that can learn from, travel with and adapt to humans.
With an eye set on the arrival of the advanced human-
centric society, we aim at fostering human resources who
can support the activities, life and health of humans in
order to maximize their degrees of freedom, creating a
"man-machine" system and conducting the engineering
research and development necessary for its realization.
This course aims to conduct advanced research on
"man-machine" systems that support new life and living by
Budget:
  • 2005: \ 21 (Million)
Parent Organization  (2):

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