Course Title : Advanced Modern Science and Technology (8 times course)(English lecture)

Code 10i056
Course Year Master and Doctor Course
Term 2nd term
Class day & Period Thu 5th
Location A2-306
Credits 1
Restriction No Restriction
Lecture Form(s) Relay Lecture
Language English
Instructor ER Center, J. Assoc. Prof., Ashida
ER Center, J. Assoc. Prof., Matsumoto
ER Center, J. Assoc. Prof., Maeda
ER Center, J. Assoc. Prof., Yorozu
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Course Description

Engineering/Engineers have been expected to fulfill key roles among social issues and others, such as energy, environment and resource. This class introduces cutting edge science and technologies from their backgrounds, research and development, to problems for the practical applications. In addition to the understanding of each technology, the attendances learn the importance for engineers to have multidisciplinary mind and understand the significance of engineering to realize sustainable development. Group discussions will be done for further understanding of the topics of the course.

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Course Goals

Course Topics

Theme Class number of times Description
Computer-Aided Analyses for Fluid (11/1) 1 Lagrangian Meshfree Methods as New Generation Computational Tools
(A. Khayyer: Dept. of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering)
Computer-Aided Analyses for Fluid (11/8) 1 Lagrangian Meshfree Methods as New Generation Computational Tools
(A. Khayyer: Dept. of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering)
Computer-Aided Analyses for Fluid (11/15) 1 CFD in Process Systems Engineering
(O. Tonomura: Dept. of Chemical Engineering)
Computer-Aided Analyses for Fluid (11/29) 1 CFD in Hydraulic Engineering
(K. Yorozu: ER Center)
Utilization of Light Energy (12/6) 1 Photochemistry of Organic Molecules
(T. Umeyama: Dept. of Molecular Engineering)
Utilization of Light Energy (12/13) 1 Photochemistry of Organic Molecules
(T. Umeyama: Dept. of Molecular Engineering)
Utilization of Light Energy (12/20) 1 Solar Energy Conversion Using Semiconductor Photocatalysts
(M. Higashi: Dept. of Energy and Hydrocarbon Chemistry)
Utilization of Light Energy (12/27) 1 Efficiency Improvement in Solar Cells by Photonic Nano Structures
(Y. Tanaka: Photonics and Electronics Science and Engineering Center)

Textbook

None

Textbook(supplemental)

Prerequisite(s)

Independent Study Outside of Class

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Additional Information

There are two topics, each of which consists of four lectures. Students who take '8 times course' should attend the lectures of the both topics. (Students who take '4 times course' should select one of the topics and attend the lectures.)