Nagoya Institute of Technology

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Nagoya Institute of Technology
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Type Public (National)
Established 1949
President Hiroyuki Ukai[1]
Academic staff
556 (with staff)
Undergraduates 4,004(full time only)[2]
Postgraduates 1,672[3]
Location Nagoya, Aichi prefecture, Japan
Nickname 名工大 (Meikōdai), NIT
Mascot None
Website English website
Nagoya Institute of Technology logo

The Nagoya Institute of Technology (名古屋工業大学 Nagoya Kōgyō Daigaku?, abbreviated to 名工大 Meikōdai), or less commonly Nitech, is a public highest-level educational institution of science and technology located in Nagoya, Japan. Nagoya Institute of Technology was founded on 1905 as Nagoya Higher Technical School, renamed Nagoya College of Technology in 1944 then merged under the new educational system with the Aichi Prefectural College of Technology to be refounded as Nagoya Institute of Technology in 1949. Finally in 2004 it was refounded as Nagoya University Corporation Nagoya Institute of Technology.

Schools, Departments and Laboratories[edit]

Faculty of Engineering[edit]

  • Life and Materials Engineering
  • Environmental and Materials Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Architecture and Design
  • Civil Engineering and Systems Management

Graduate School of Engineering[edit]

  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Engineering Physics, Electronics and Mechanics
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Architecture, Civil Engineering and Industrial Management Engineering
  • Techno-Business Administration
  • Frontier Materials
  • Scientific and Engineering Simulation

Educational Research Centers[edit]

  • Quality Innovation Techno-Center
  • Ceramics Research Laboratory
  • Research Center for Nano-Device and System
  • International Center for Automotive Research

Faculty Members[edit]

External links[edit]


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Coordinates: 35°09′23.15″N 136°55′29.21″E / 35.1564306°N 136.9247806°E / 35.1564306; 136.9247806