The curriculum is composed of six formative fields of precision engineering: 1) Sensing technology, 2) Biomedical precision engineering, 3) Fabrication technology, 4) Microsystems, 5) Robot and mechatronics, and 6) Design and production systems.

Current Lecture List, 2016-2017

Sensing technology
Optical measurement S. Takahashi
Coordinate metrology K. Takamasu
Biomedical precision engineering
Medical precision engineering I. Sakuma
Computer assisted surgery and therapy E. Kobayashi
Neuroengineering Y. Jimbo
Theory of measurement and analysis of biomedical signals K. Kotani
Fabrication technology
Polymer processing H. Yokoi
System integration and packaging T. Suga
Advances in micromachining M. Kunieda
Ultra-precision machining H. Mimura
Jointing manufacturing Y. Kajihara
Applied microfluidic systems T. Fujii
Applied optical microsystems E. Higurashi
Nano-micro mechanical systems K. Takamasu, H. Kawakatsu,
S. Takahashi, E. Higurashi
Robotics and mechatronics
Electromechanical control systems A. Yamamoto
Mechatronics for human and engineered environments H. Hosaka
Cooperative artificial systems H. Asama
Dynamic agent J. Ota
Advanced robotics A. Yamashita
Additive manufacturing science T. Niino
Design and production systems
Service engineering T. Hara
Society and design methodology Y. Umeda
Engineering Foundation for Synthesis of Artifacts I−II T. Hara
Geometric modeling H. Suzuki
Geometry data processing Y. Ohtake
Practice and project based learning
Prototyping technique for nano/micro systems I H. Kawakatsu
Prototyping technique for nano/micro systems II B. Kim
Special lecture on decommissioning and dismantling
Practice in international workshop on precision engineering
Advanced practice of precision engineering
Advanced lectures on precision engineering
Precision engineering production factory tour T. Niino