Faculty of Information Networking for Innovation and Design, Graduate School of Information Networking for Innovation and Design
Commences in April 2017
Faculty of Information Networking for Innovation and Design: limited to 400 students per grade
Graduate School of Information Networking for Innovation and Design: limited to 20 students per grade
Dean of the Faculty:
Ken Sakamura is a computer architect, a doctor of engineering, and a professor of the Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies at the Graduate School of the University of Tokyo. He has put forward TRON architecture, and is the pioneer of ubiquitous computing and the Internet of Things (IoT). He was awarded the Medal with Purple Ribbon by the Japanese government in 2003, the Japan Academy Prize in 2006, and the ITU 150 Award in 2015.
Dean of Graduate School:
Keisuke Hanaki is a professor of urban engineering at the University of Tokyo, vice-president of the Science Council of Japan, and president of the Society of Environmental Science. He has been conducting research on how to create a society or a city that would offer living comfort and have little environmental impact by clever use of information systems. He was a recipient of the Academic Award of the Society of Environmental Science in 2008 and the Japan Society Award of the Japan Society on Water Environment in 2012.