In this course, aiming for the creation and conservation of a rich environment, we use advanced scientific and engineering methods to solve issues regarding the environment and agricultural and fishery industries, with the goal of contributing to regional development with a global perspective. Environment information science uses the measurement, control, and systems engineering of environmental information, with information processing technology at its core, and building on a foundation of knowledge related to bioecology. Regional Conservation Engineering is designed to create a rich, safe, secure regional environment for rural regions. Ecosystem Recycling Systems Engineering covers the material recycling system and food system of the ecosystems, including the natural environment and human society, as well as environmental conservation technology. In addition, we provide research and education to develop people who can contribute to the growth of sustainable societies that are rooted in the region.
This course teaches and conducts research on measurements and control of environmental information based on information technology and systems engineering as a method of study in addition to biological and ecological knowledge, in order to maintain the coexistence between humans and other living creatures, and to insure a sustainable development of the mankind. In other words, this course is intended to provide expertise on improving environment conditions related to various kinds of plants and coexisting technology, as well as on the production and processing of bioresources with low technological impacts on the environments using high precision handling of the environmental information.
In this field, we're thinking to protect the safety and comfortable livelihood of local residents. The main targets of this field are (1)evaluation of the natural environment, restoration, conservation and management, (2)design, construction and maintenance of various facilities, and (3)the creation of prevention/mitigation approach to natural disasters. We're working from a scientific and engineering point of view on these.
Multidisciplinary research and education are conducted to study the cycling of matter and sustainable food systems in ecosystems based on bioinformation and food engineering and soil science.