|MURAKAWA, Masao||Professor (Dean of NIT MOT graduate school)|
|UNO, Nagahiro||Professor (Chairman of Student Affairs)|
|ISHIMARU, Kouhei||Adjunct Professor|
|ISEKI, Masahiro||Adjunct Professor|
|OTA, Koji||Adjunct Professor|
|OZONO, Jiro||Adjunct Professor|
|KASAHARA, Kozo||Adjunct Professor|
|KAJIWARA, Yutaka||Adjunct Professor|
|KUDO, Masatoshi||Adjunct Professor|
|SAKAMOTO, Koichi||Adjunct Professor|
|SATO, Yoshihiko||Adjunct Professor|
|NAKANISHI, Motoyasu||Adjunct Professor|
|NAKAMURA, Masashi||Adjunct Professor|
|NAMIE, Kazukimi||Adjunct Professor|
|NYUHARA, Keiji||Adjunct Professor|
|MATSUMOTO, Takeo||Adjunct Professor|
|MARUYAMA, Kazuyuki||Adjunct Professor|
|YOSHIDA, Kiyoshi||Adjunct Professor|
|MIURA, Kouichi||Adjunct Professor|
Since its foundation, our academic institute has fostered excellent engineers who have original and practical ability in production. Many excellent and talented students have graduated from NIT and joined technology-related middle-ranking and small and medium-sized enterprises.Simultaneously, NIT has vigorously promoted industry-university cooperation with those companies. Together with these achievements, NIT boasts of an outstanding selection of faculty members who can realize the purpose of the NIT MOT graduate school, that is, provide practical education that forms the foundation of technological innovation and economic globalization, and who can support working adults with business experience to become technically and internationally able professionals.
The faculty is composed of 14 full-time professors and 17 adjunct professors; 31 in total. Not only do the professors have a wealth of achievements in education and research or academia-industry collaborative research in universities and laboratories, they also have various business experiences in manufacturing, IT, and construction companies, financial institutions, and other enterprises. They are experts familiar with project management, finance and tax, intellectual rights, and litigation; various other experts such as company management consultants and successful entrepreneurs in venture businesses are also part of the faculty.
Our faculty members are the best for students wishing to acquire the basics of technology management as well as practical knowledge and skills. In addition, we have adopted a system whereby guest speakers are invited to each class as necessary. Students can learn about many actual cases directly from the people involved because of this system, and they can acquire knowledge that can be immediately applied to problems they face through exercises and discussion.
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