About the Program


Embodiment informatics is an academic field that integrates embodiment with information to produce application benefits (the value of problem-solving) in important fields, such as production, medicine, and the environment. At the same time, it aims to create composite value from the computing benefits (benefits of calculation) of information technology, the network benefits (benefits of sharing resources) of communications technology, and the benefits of embodiment (benefits of existence and power) in mechanical technology.
The curriculum of this program is designed to enable students to acquire a broad range of engineering knowledge. Mechanics graduates are required to take basic informatics subjects, while informatics graduates are required to take basic mechanics subjects.