Department of Nano Fusion Technology
The Department of Nano Fusion Technology provides interdisciplinary education in nanoscience, biotechnology, and nanoelectronics, which are key areas for industrial development in the 21st century.
Graduate students acquire a broad background in nanosystems, nanomolecules, and biomaterials used in energy, environmental, and healthcare applications. The department aims to develop talented scientists and engineers who understand how atoms and molecules are spatially arranged (their nanomaterial system) as well as the properties that result (their multifunction). Graduate students contribute to the development of promising future technologies for each research field.
Students have an option to freely select from the wide range of courses offered by the College of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, and are given the opportunity to gain knowledge in converged areas. The department focuses on providing systematic and objective-driven education by giving students customized curriculum guides based on their individual educational background, to prepare them to meet the diverse demands of society.
Students engage in cutting-edge research that can involve all areas of the discipline. Interested graduate students are encouraged to visit the faculty web pages to learn about research being conducted in the department.