Syllabus

Common Subjects (Introduction Subjects)

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE001 Humanics Forum 1.0 SprA   Intensive
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi   1
Course Overview Remarks
Humanics Forum aims to lead the students to find a secondary mentor and to learn the purpose of human resource development and program curricula of the Ph.D. Program in Humanics. Listening to presentations by faculty members and practical lectures by academic researchers, government administrators, and entrepreneurs or researchers who successfully work at business companies. In this seminar, the students will have discussions with their classmates on their study proposals and future career paths, and write a report on their learning objectives and future directions of their study. Compulsory subject offered on April 19, 2019

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE002 Scientific Ethics 1.0 SprAB 4F204 Wed4
Instructor Year Course Type
 Bryan James Mathis  1-2 1
Course Overview Remarks
This course will use traditional lectures and interactive presentations in the Socratic method for didactic learning. Students will also convene into groups for intensive discussion and reaction papers will be issued as homework to carry the learning outside of the classroom. Digital learning through iTunes modules will reinforce concepts using interactive technology. Code Share with HBP. Identical to 01EQ061 and 02RA065. Compulsory subject Lectured in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE003 Basic Experiments in Biomedical Sciences 2.0 Annual   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi  1・2 3
Course Overview Remarks
Through working in the laboratories run by program faculty members in Biomedical sciences, the students should be able to understand the outline of the faculty members’ researches and the principles of the fundamental experimental techniques involved. They will also practice the techniques learnt. Compulsory Elective subject Lectured in English available

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE004 Basic Experiments in Physical sciences/Engineering/Informatics 2.0 Annual   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Hiroyasu Ando  1・2 3
Course Overview Remarks
Through working in the laboratories run by program faculty members in Physical sciences/Engineering/Informatics, the students should be able to understand the outline of the faculty members’ researches and the principles of the fundamental experimental techniques involved. They will also practice the techniques learnt. Compulsory Elective subject Lectured in English available

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE005 Basic Experiments in Clinical medicine 1.0 Annual   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Hitoshi Shimano  1・2 2
Course Overview Remarks
Through participating in the laboratories/clinical departments run by program faculty members in Clinical medicine, the students should be able to understand the outline of the faculty members’ researches and the principles of the fundamental techniques involved. They will also practice the techniques learnt. Compulsory Elective subject Lectured in English available

 

 

Common Subjects(Transferable Skill)

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE101 English Discussion & Presentation on Medical Sciences I 2.0 SprAB   Fri1,2
Instructor Year Course Type
Kenji Irie, Hiroyuki Suzuki, Tomoaki Mizuno, Yasuyuki Suda 1-5 2
Course Overview Remarks

Focusing on molecular biology of the cell, International Discussion on Human Biology I provides the opportunities for the students to have interactive online distance learning with the National Taiwan Univesrity and Kyoto Univesrity, and to engage in thesis presentation and discussion conducted in English. In this course, the students should be able to understand basic knowledge of life sciences and acquire scientific communication skills in English.

Identical to 01EQ050. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE102 English Discussion & Presentation on Medical Sciences II 2.0 FallAB   Wed1,2
Instructor Year Course Type
 Kenji Irie, Mitsuyasu Kato, Satoru Takahashi, Hiroyuki Suzuki,  Atsushi Kawaguchi, Yasuyuki Suda, Yuji Funakoshi, Tomoaki Mizuno 1-5 2
Course Overview Remarks

Focusing on cancer biology, International Discussion on Human Biology II provides opportunities for the students to have interactive online distance learning with the National Taiwan Univesrity and Kyoto Univesrity, and to engage in thesis presentation and discussion conducted in English. In this course, the students should be able to understand basic knowledge of life sciences and acquire scientific communication skills in English.

Identical to 01EQ051 and 01ER233.Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE103 Communication in Human Biology I 1.0 SprAB 4A104 Mon2
Instructor Year Course Type
 Kiong Ho 1-5 2
Course Overview Remarks
A literature-based, seminar-type course for the students to evaluate and review the latest scientific breakthroughs and classical topics that significantly impact Human Biology. Identical to 02RA070. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE104 Communication in Human Biology II 1.0 FallBC   Mon2
Instructor Year Course Type
 Kiong Ho 1-5 2
Course Overview Remarks

Consists of a literature-based, seminar-type course for the students to evaluate and review the latest scientific breakthroughs and classical topics that ihave significant impact on Human Biology.

Identical to 02RA080. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE105 Research Presentation and Discussion 1.0 SprABC 4F305 Wed2
Instructor Year Course Type
Hiroyuki Suzuki 2-5 2
Course Overview Remarks
In this course, every student will make a presentation in English about their own research plan and achievements. In addition, students can examine the world situation of relevant fields and discuss in English results published in English that are broadly related to human biology. Identical to 02RA101. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE106 Scientific writing and publishing 1.0 Annual   by appointment
Instructor Year Course Type
Hiroyuki Suzuki 1 1
Course Overview Remarks

In this course, students study about the scientific writing and publishing including what makes a great paper, data management, data presentation and so on. This course will also address plagiarism and other ethical issues.

 Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Common Subjects(Problem Discover Ability)

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE201 World-science Leaders’ Seminar 1.0 Annual 総合A706 by appointment
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
The students attending this seminar should be able to learn basic knowledge and recent research trends related to the specialized fields of world-leading researchers. The students should also be able to develop their professional and ‘Cognoscente’ skills for research as well as acquire skills of research presentation and discussion by discussing with their mentoring instructors the above topics including related matters. In addition, they are expected to gain a better understanding of research procedures and develop abilities to conduct research by writing a report. Identical to 02RA020. Lectures are conducted in English.

Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE202 Business Leaders’ Seminar 1.0 Annual 総合A706 by appointment
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
In this seminar, the students will listen to business leaders’ omnibus lectures and submit reports on the key points of the lectures for feedback for themselves. Identical to 02RA030. Lectures are conducted in English. 

 

 

Common Subjects(Research Executive Ability)

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE301 International Research Rotation 5.0 Annual   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 1-5 3
Course Overview Remarks
This course offers the students the opportunity to select one or two laboratories that they are interested in from those hosted by the faculty members of the Ph.D. Program in Humanics. The students will then engage in their own research in the laboratories for 4 weeks and discuss with their instructors its objectives, procedures and results. In this course, students should be able to acquire a wide range of research techniques and develop their skills for analysis of research results and get an international mindset. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE302 Internship 5.0 Annual   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 1-5 3
Course Overview Remarks
In this course, the students are expected to find a possible company for internship and work on-site. Lectures are conducted in English. 適正技術教育

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE303 Appropriate Technology 5.0 Annual   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
kenji Irie 1-5 3
Course Overview Remarks
In terms of local needs, cultures, environments, and people, Appropriate Technology provides opportunities for the students to develop the optimum technology needed for targeted communities and to generate problem-solving skills, improvisational capabilities, and entrepreneurial abilities for future social needs. Identical to 02RA113. Lectures are conducted in English. Major Requirement.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE304 Regulatory Science of Medical Products 1.0 FallABC   by appointment
Instructor Year Course Type
Koichi Hashimoto 1-5 1
Course Overview Remarks
医薬品・医療機器の開発はの薬事法による規制を遵守して実施しなければならない。薬事法による規制と承認審査について体系的に理解する。また、医薬品・医療機器等の品質・安全性・有効性の試験結果を的確に評価するための基盤となる科学(レギュラトリーサイエンス)の概念についても学習する。  Identical to 01EQ133.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE305 Critical Path Research Management 2.0 FallAB 4F204 Mon6, 7
Instructor Year Course Type
Koichi Hashimoto, Satoshi Matsusaka, Hideo Tsurushima, Masafumi Muratani, Takahiro Kojima, Takeshi Machino, Yamada Takeshi 1-5 1
Course Overview Remarks

This course aims to equip students with an understanding the process of critical path research and translational research, using to translate the finding in basic research more quickly and efficiently into medical practice.

Identical to 01EQ119 and 01ER232. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE306 Lecture and Seminar on Research Management (Basic) 1.0 SprC 4F204 by appointment
Instructor Year Course Type
Koichi Hashimoto 1-5 1
Course Overview Remarks
This course aims to equip students with an acquiring of the basic knowledge and skill to be needed for the promotion of various research and development projects. Identical to 01EQ016.

 

 

Basic Specialized Subjects (Basic Subjects)

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE501 Basic Medical Sciences 1.0 Annual   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 1 1
Course Overview Remarks

In this course, students study about the general aspects of biomedical sciences including the central dogma of eukaryotic cells and physiology/pathophysiology of humans. This course provides you understand the technical terms and establish the basis for proceeding to the specialized subjects.

Lectures are conducted in English. Major Requirement.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE502 Basic Physical Sciences, Engineering, information 1.0 Annual   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Kenji Suzuki, Kazumasa Horie 1 1
Course Overview Remarks

In this course, students study about the general aspects of physical sciences, engineering, and informatics related to humanics including cybernics, artificial intelligence, basic mathematics and computer science. The process of developing a mathematical model from real phenomena is introduced. Topics include recent advancement in these technologies including AI, robotics, and cybernics. This course provides you understand the technical terms and establish the basis for proceeding to the specialized subjects.

Lectures are conducted in English. Major Requirement.

 

Basic Specialized Subjects (Biomedical Science)

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE601 Human Infection and Immunology 2.0 SprAB 4F204 Mon3, 4
Instructor Year Course Type
Akira Shibuya, Takayuki Sumida, Kazuya Morikawa, Atsushi Kawaguchi, Kazuko Shibuya, Kaoru Takeuchi, Kiong Ho, Satoko Tahara, Chigusa Oda, Kosuke Kato, Tsukasa Nabekura 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks

Human Infection and Immunology provides the opportunity for the students to understand infectious diseases through interrelationships between pathogenic microbes and human beings, and study roles of immune systems. The roles of immune systems are to protect the human body from infectious disease.

Code Share with HBP. Identical to 01EQ131. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE602 Prominent Discoveries in Neuroscience 1.0 SprA   Tue/Thu7
Instructor Year Course Type
Masashi Yanagisawa, Takeshi Sakurai, Hiromasa Funato, Hiroshi Nagase, Qinghua Liu, Takashi Abe, Masanori Sakaguchi, Yu Hayashi, Michael Lazarus, Sakiko Honjoh 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
The goal of this omnibus course is to learn advanced principles in neuroscience, by reading “landmark” papers of historical significance in the broad area of neurobiology chosen by each instructor. Code Share with HBP. Identical to 01EQ052, 01RC105 and 02RA185. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE603 Epigenome Physiology 1.0 SprC 2Z706 Mon5, 6
Instructor Year Course Type
Akiyoshi Fukamizu, Koichiro Kako, Keiko Hirota 1・2 2
Course Overview Remarks
In this course, the students should be able to grasp the outline of the biological consequences of two genetic codes, genome and epigenome. The students give a presentation on the theme related to these codes and get a better understanding of them by asking and answering questions. Identical to 02RA232. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE604 Stem Cell Therapy 1.0 SprAB 4F204 Thu3
Instructor Year Course Type
Osamu Ohneda, Toshiharu Yamashita 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks

Stem Cell Therapy engages the students in basic knowledge and application of human stem cells. The students will learn current existing stem cell therapy and also have discussions on future directions of stem cell therapy.

Code Share with HBP. Identical to  01EQ132. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE605 Human Anatomy and Embryology 2.0 FallAB 2Z706 Mon3, 4
Instructor Year Course Type
Satoru Takahashi 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
Human Anatomy and Embryology engages the students in the developmental program of human beings. The students will learn how human beings are organisms and how the bodies of human beings consist of cells, tissues, vital organs, and internal organs. Identical to 02RA120. Lectures are conducted in English. Major Requirement.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE606 Gene Engineering and Genetically Modified Mice provides 1.0 SprABC 4B119 Tue5
Instructor Year Course Type
Satoru Takahashi 1・2 2
Course Overview Remarks
Gene Engineering and Genetically Modified Mice provides the opportunity for the students to study fundamental techniques of gene engineering and principlse of making transgenic mice which is application of gene engineering. In addition, the students will debate how to use this lecture for their researches. Identical to 02RA231. Lectures are conducted in English. 

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE607 Human Pathology and Oncology 2.0 FallAB   Fri4, 5
Instructor Year Course Type
Mitsuyasu Kato 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
Human Pathology and Oncology provides opportunities for the students to learn about the basic disease entities of circulatory disorders (i.e., edema, thrombosis, and infarction), inflammation, and neoplasia, in terms of the causes, pathogenesis, and morphological changes of human diseases. Examining pathological specimen of common diseases, the students should be able to understand various human in vivo phenomena. Identical to 01ER239 and 02RA121. Lectures are conducted in English. Major Requirement.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE608 Lecture in Human Physiology 1.0 FallA   Thu4, 5
Instructor Year Course Type
Munetaka Shidara, Masayuki Matsumoto, Tadachika Koganezawa, Takashi Mizuhiki, Hiroshi Yamada 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
Understanding human physiological functions. Topics include blood circulation, respiration, motor control and reflex, prefrontal cortex, midbrain dopamine neurons, visual recognition, motivation and emotion, etc. Identical to 01EQ045. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE609 Genomics Database Access and Application 1.0 SprC 4B212 Fri5, 6
Instructor Year Course Type
Masafumi Muratani 1・2 2
Course Overview Remarks

Students will learn how to use genomics databases and bioinformatics tools through hands-on experiences of 2nd-generation sequencing data analysis. This course also provides introduction to Linux shell scripting for constructing semi-automated data processing workflow.

Identical to 02RA302. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE611 Pharmacology 1.0 SprAB 4F204 Mon5
Instructor Year Course Type
Masayuki Masu, Takeshi Sakurai, Norihiko Ohbayashi, Kensuke Shiomi, Kazuko Keino-Masu, Yoshihiro Miwa, Takuya Okada, Yuji Funakoshi 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
The objective of this course is to learn the basic knowledge of pharmacology in the medical field. The students will study the interaction between the living body and endogenous or exogenous biological substances at the genetic, cellular, and individual levels and learn basic principles of drugs and toxins. Identical to 01EQ107. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE612 Frontier Science in Drug Discovery 1.0 FallAB 4F204 Wed5
Instructor Year Course Type
Satoru Takahashi 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
In this course, the students will be able to grasp the basic concepts of the logical process of drug discovery by using computational simulation technology. They will learn chemosynthesis, by using in silico screening of lead compounds, molecular design, and combinatorial chemistry methods, and current pharmacokinetics studies to deepen their knowledge of linkages between medical and pharmaceutical sciences. Identical to 02RA180. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE613 Bioactive Natural Products Chemistry 2.0 FallAB SeinoG501 Tue5, 6
Instructor Year Course Type
Hideyuki Shigemori 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
Organic compounds concerning with life and biological phenomena are called “natural products”. The investigation of bioactive natural products from plants, animals, and microorganisms is very important to understand the molecular mechanisms for their life and biological phenomena. On the other hand, naturalproducts play an important role in lead compounds for new drug development. This lecture introduces structure of bioactive substances from plants, animals, and microorganisms and the molecular mechanisms for interesting and mysterious biological phenomena and discovering bioactive substances useful for development of drugs and providing biological molecular tools. Identical to 01AB830.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE614 Signal Transduction and Drug Design 1.0 SprAB 2Z706 Thu2
Instructor Year Course Type
Yuji Funakoshi 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
This course is designed to assist the students to learn about intracellular reactions controlling cellular function, i.e. signal transduction and diseases caused by failure in signal transduction. They should then be able to acquire the basic knowledge of drug discovery research through learning about developed drugs and strategies for development of new drugs. Identical to 02RA233. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE615 Human Endocrinology and Metabolism 2.0 SprAB   Tue3, 4
Instructor Year Course Type
Hitoshi Shimano 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
This course aims to develop the students’ abilities to understand the theory of the pathophysiology of human endocrine and metabolic disease through learning 1) development, anatomy and function of endocrine tissue, 2) glucose and lipid metabolism, and 3) physiological functions of hormones and pathological conditions caused by their failure. Identical to 02RA123. Lectures are conducted in English. Major Requirement.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE616 Outline of Internal Medicine 2.0 FallAB 4F204 Wed7, Thu6
Instructor Year Course Type
Kunihiro Yamagata, Kazutaka Aonuma, Tomohiro Kamoda, Yasushi Kawakami, Keisuke Kuga, Hitoshi Shimano, Hidetoshi Takada, Akira Tamaoka, Shigeru Chiba, Hiromi Hamada,  Nobuyuki Hizawa, Ichinosuke Hyodo, Shigeyuki Watanabe, Chie Saito, Yoshihiro Seo, Yuichi Hasegawa, Yayoi Miyazono, Yosuke Matsuno, Akiko Ishii, Yuya Kondo 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks

This course aims to understand the outline of internal medicine and pediatrics, especially the conceptions and developmental mechanisms of the diseases, diagnosis and treatments in the essential diseases of adults and children.

Identical to 01EQ031.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE617 Outline of Surgical Disorders 1.0 FallAB 4F204 Thu5
Instructor Year Course Type
Yukio Sato, Yoshiaki Inoue, Masanao Kurata, Yuji Hiramatsu, Kouji Matsumoto, Shinichi Inomata, Hideo Tsurushima, Hajime Mishima, Tetsuro Wada, Hiroshi Kamada 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks

This course aims to equip students with an understanding of outline, epidemiology, mechanism of onset, diagnosis susceptible to surgical treatment as well as the progress and current trend of surgical treatment.

Identical to 01EQ032.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE618 Laboratory Medicine 1.0 FallAB 4F204 Fri3
Instructor Year Course Type
Yasushi Kawakami, Kazuhiro Takekoshi, Kazuyoshi Yamauchi, Tomoko Ishizu, Kazumasa Isobe, Takayasu Kato 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
分子生物学の進歩に伴い臨床検査分野でも遺伝子解析技術などの新しい技術が導入され、分子レベルでの”疾患の病態生理学”が構築されようとしている。本検査総論では、実際に疾患をとりあげ、最新の臨床検査医学を概説する。 Identical to 01EQ034.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE619 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 1.0 SprAB 4F204 Mon1
Instructor Year Course Type
Kenji Irie 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
This course is designed for the students to learn about 1) the structure, function and metabolism of human biomolecules to understand life phenomena at the molecular level and 2) the structure and function of human cells to understand their molecular function in life phenomena at the cellular level. Identical to 02RA130. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE620 Molecular Cell Biology 1.0 FallAB 2Z706 Tue3
Instructor Year Course Type
Tomoki Chiba 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
In this course, the students will learn about the molecular mechanisms underlying the fundamental cellular events and discuss the latest topics in the field. Identical to 02RA140. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE621 Clinical Medicine 2.0 FallAB 4F204 Tue1, 2
Instructor Year Course Type
Junichi Shoda, Tetsuaki Arai, Yasushi Kawakami, Takeji Sakae, Takayuki Sumida, Kazuhiro Takekoshi, Akira Tamaoka, Shigeru Chiba, Hiroyuki Nishiyama, Haruhiko Ninomiya, Shinji Takahashi, Kensaku Mori, Kazumasa Isobe, Yusuke Ohara 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
臨床医学の実践とは病める人を対象として、その人の持つ問題点を抽出し、それを把握した上で、その人の価値観と決定に従って治療することである。そしてその患者に満足してもらい幸せになってもらうことを目指している。このような臨床医学の基本的事項と分化した各専門分野の現状についても理解する。 Identical to 01EQ004.

 

 

Basic Specialized Subjects (Physical Sciences/Engineering/Informatics)

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE701 Medical Cybernics 2.0 FallAB 3L206 Wed3, 4
Instructor Year Course Type
Yoshiyuki Sankai, Kenji Suzuki, Hiroaki Kawamoto, Sandra Milena Puentes 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks

In order to generate solutions to diverse social problems in the medical and welfare fields, we are introducing a lecture covering the novel domain called “Cybernics”. This approach is based on the generation of interdisciplinary research centered on cybernetics, mechatronics, and informatics; integrating diverse subjects as neuroscience, robotics, systems engineering, information technology, “kansei” engineering, ergonomics, physiology, social science, law, ethics, management and economics among others. In particular; this lecture will be based in real-life approaches, studying cases of available cutting-edge support technology, cutting-edge medical technology and social implementation.

Open in an odd number year. Identical to 02RB202. 

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE702 Computational Structural Biology and Drug Discovery 1.0 FallA   Mon3-5
Instructor Year Course Type
Takatsugu Hirokawa, Mitsuo Shoji, Yasuteru Shigeta 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
Biological functions and information are carried by biomolecules in vivo such as proteins and nucleic acids. Therefore, in order to clarify the basic principle of life phenomena, it is indispensable to understand the structure-function relationships (relation between three-dimensional structure and its biological function) of biomolecules in the living body. Although the relation has been clarified by experimental methods so far, detailed analysis by a computer simulation becomes important in recent years since its mechanisms are extremely complicated. The purpose of this lecture is to learn techniques of structure and function analysis and drug discovery using computers and to deepen their understanding by practical training. Identical to 02RA225. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE703 Data Engineering I 2.0 FallAB 3Z0110 Mon3, 4
Instructor Year Course Type
Hiroyuki Kitagawa, Toshiyuki Amagasa, Hiroaki Shiokawa 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
Discussion of cutting-edge data engineering technology for large-scale data centering on data mining. Begins with a survey of data-base technology and information search technology, which comprise the foundation, and then proceeds to topics on the main techniques of data mining. Identical to 01CH304. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE704 Data Engineering II 2.0      
Instructor Year Course Type
  1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
In this course, we discuss techniques for supporting information retrieval, and techniques for mining and acquiring knowledge from various types of information sources. Topics of this course include introduction to basic techniques, techniques for supporting information retrieval, link analysis, web mining, and their related topics. Open in an even number year.  Identical to 01CH305.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE705 Data Analysis 2.0 FallAB 3B405 Thu5, 6
Instructor Year Course Type
Taizo Suzuki, Yukino Baba, Sho Tsugawa 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
Major data analysis techniques from the basic to the state-of-the-art, used for evaluation of research results will be discussed. Accompanies exercises using the R language. Identical to 01CF115 and 01CH738.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE706 Computational Vision Science 1.0 SprAB 3B302 Thu3
Instructor Year Course Type
Ko Sakai 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
The course is an introduction to the human vision, with specific interests on the computational mechanisms of the visual cortex. The course will cover elementary physiology and psychology, as well as computational algorithms. Identical to 01CH607 and 02RB235.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE707 Advanced Course in Computational Algorithms 2.0 FallAB 3Z0110 Fri3, 4
Instructor Year Course Type
Tetsuya Sakurai, Hiroto Tadano, Akira Imakura, Shigeru Saito 1・2 4
Course Overview Remarks

In this lecture, the students will study calculation algorithms which are necessary for estimating and analyzing phenomena, particularly focusing on large-scale linear computation.

Open in an odd number year. Identical to 01CH103 and 02RA215. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE708 Advanced Course in Signal and Image Processing I 1.0 SprA 3A306 Mon5, 6
Instructor Year Course Type
Hiroyuki Kudo 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
マルチメディアの基盤技術である画像・音声などのメディア情報の符号化(圧縮)と呼ばれる分野について解説する。 Identical to 01CH508.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE709 Advanced Course in Signal and Image Processing II 1.0 SprB 3A306 Mon5, 6
Instructor Year Course Type
Taizo Suzuki 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
Some image processing applications of advanced filters, one of multimedia technologies, will be discussed.  Identical to 01CH509.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE710 Advanced Course in Signal and Image Processing III 1.0 SprC 3A306 Mon5, 6
Instructor Year Course Type
Hotaka Takizawa 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
マルチメディアにおける信号画像処理,医用イメージングや計算機診断支援などのトピックスに関して,年度に応じて適当なものを取り上げて解説する. Identical to 01CH510.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE711 Basic Computational Biology 2.0 FallAB 3B301 Thu1, 2
Instructor Year Course Type
Tetsuya Sakurai, Yuji Inagaki, Mitsuo Shoji, Shoji Makino, Mitsuhisa Sato, Keiichi Morikuni 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
In this lecture, the students will learn 1) basic methods to solve a wide variety of problems by using a program in the field of biology and 2) molecular phylogenetic analysis molecular dynamics method, modelization and algorithm of a phenomenon, high-performance computation (HPC), and component analysis. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE712 Cooperative Man-Machine Systems and Human-Agent Interaction 2.0 FallAB 3B402 Wed1, 2
Instructor Year Course Type
Hideaki Kuzuoka, Hirotaka Osawa 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks

You will acquire basic knowledge on human interface and make it available to your research. In addition, we learn the background knowledge of the HAI field through design cases and evaluation cases on human agent interaction (HAI). The goal is to allow students toacquire the skills to design appropriate interaction systems using “humanness” and to select appropriate evaluation methods.

 Identical to 01CK216.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE713 Spectroscopic Analysis in Material Science 2.0 FallAB 3A212 Wed3, 4
Instructor Year Course Type
Hideaki Kano, Shigeo Tomita 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
Studies on spectroscopic and other analytical measurement methods using electromagnetic waves and charged particle beams, especially their basic physics and structures of actual instruments. Identical to 01BF204. Delivered in English upon request.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE714 Advanced Bioorganic Chemistry 1.0      
Instructor Year Course Type
  1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
This lecture will discuss the structure, classification, chemical synthesis, and reaction with target biomolecules of natural organic compounds for understanding the biological phenomenon as organic chemistry. Moreover, the latest research topics will be introduced to explain the importance of current organic chemistry in the life science field. Open in an even number year. Identical to 01BD156. Delivered in English upon request.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE715 Biomaterials 1.0 FallAB 3A405 Mon2
Instructor Year Course Type
Tetsushi Taguchi, Guoping Chen 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
The lecture introduces the basis of the synthesis and characteristics of metal, ceramics, polymers, and biological body-derived biomedical materials that have direct contact with the living body tissue. These all have a mutual influence on biomedical materials and cells, a biocompatibility and bioabsorbable property, surface-modification, adhesive agent, a drug delivery system, tissue replacement and shakeout, and system engineering. These topics will all be reviewed. Identical to 01BG509. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE716 Human Factors 1.0 Summer Recess   Intensive
Instructor Year Course Type
Nobuyuki Uchida, Genya Abe 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks

リスク・レジリエンスに関するヒューマンファクターの諸問題について基礎的概念・理論を説明す るとともに,具体的解決の方法について,自動車等の分野における最新の研究動向を含めながら 事例を解説する。

Identical to 01CF119.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE717 Programming Environment 2.0 FallAB 3B301 Thu5, 6
Instructor Year Course Type
Osamu Tatebe, Mitsuhisa Sato 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
Discussion of cutting-edge programming language processing systems and environments for software development enabling achievement of parallel programming, object-oriented programming, and other advanced information processing systems. Identical to 01CH301. Lectures are conducted in English.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE718 Advanced System Programming 2.0 FallAB 3B302 Mon5, 6
Instructor Year Course Type
Atusi Maeda, Osamu Tatebe 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
Learn about system programming, basis of design and development of computer systems, through lecture and exercise based on concrete examples. Identical to 01CH307.

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE719 Structural Biology of Macromoleules 1.0 SprB 2Z706 Tue1, 2
Instructor Year Course Type
Toshiya Senda 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
When macromolecules (Proteins, DNA, RNA) perform their functions inside a cell, they require specific structures in order to demonstrate their biological roles. Structural biology is a research field that investigates macromolecular structures in order to understand their mechanisms at the atomic/molecular level. This course is designed to assist students in the understanding of structural biology methods, and their applications in life and medical sciences. Identical to 02RA181. Lectures are conducted in English. 5/28,6/4,6/11,6/18,6/25

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE720 Artificial Intelligence 2.0 SprAB 3B402 Mon1, 2
Instructor Year Course Type
Kenji Suzuki 1・2 1
Course Overview Remarks
物理・情報・機械・心理学・認知神経科学を含む人間-機械系の幅広い視点から人工知能研究について解説し,パターン理解・認知・学習や知識表現といった先進的な概念と,知能システム及び身体性のある知能機械(ロボット)・人支援技術への応用について講義する. Students who have a credit for 02RB204 cannot register this course. Open in an odd number year. Identical to 01CK106.

 

 

Humanics Specialized Subjects

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE801 Special Research in Humanics Ia 2.0 SprABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 1 3
Course Overview Remarks
In the Special Research in Humanics Ia, the students will gain practical understanding of the principles and methods of advanced research skills in the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE802 Special Research in Humanics Ib 2.0 FallABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 1  
Course Overview Remarks
In the Special Research in Humanics Ib, the students will gain practical understanding of the principles and methods of advanced research skills in the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE803 Special Research in Humanics IIa 2.0 SprABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 2 3
Course Overview Remarks
In the Special Research in Humanics IIa, the students will gain practical understanding of the principles and methods of advanced research skills in the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE804 Special Research in Humanics IIb 2.0 FallABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 2 3
Course Overview Remarks
In the Special Research in Humanics IIb, the students will gain practical understanding of the principles and methods of advanced research skills in the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE805 Special Research in Humanics IIIa 2.0 SprABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 3-5 3
Course Overview Remarks
In the Special Research in Humanics IIIa, the students will gain practical understanding of the principles and methods of advanced research skills in the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE806 Special Research in Humanics IIIb 2.0 FallABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 3-5 3
Course Overview Remarks
In the Special Research in Humanics IIIb, the students will gain practical understanding of the principles and methods of advanced research skills in the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

 

Major Subjects in Humanics (Seminar)

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE821 Special Seminars in Humanics Ia 1.0 SprABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 1 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Seminars in Humanics Ia engages the students in the journal club of the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest original research papers, the students should be able to understand the research objectives, methods, and results, and also have advanced discussions on the meanings, problems, and issues facing the research. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE822 Special Seminars in Humanics Ib 1.0 FallABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 1 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Seminars in Humanics Ib engages the students in the journal club of the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest original research papers, the students should be able to understand the research objectives, methods, and results, and also have advanced discussions on the meanings, problems, and issues facing the research. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE823 Special Seminars in Humanics IIa 1.0 SprABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 2 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Seminars in Humanics IIa engages the students in the journal club of the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest original research papers, the students should be able to understand the research objectives, methods, and results, and also have advanced discussions on the meanings, problems, and issues facing the research. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE824 Special Seminars in Humanics IIb 1.0 FallABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 2 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Seminars in Humanics IIb engages the students in the journal club of the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest original research papers, the students should be able to understand the research objectives, methods, and results, and also have advanced discussions on the meanings, problems, and issues facing the research. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE825 Special Seminars in Humanics IIIa 1.0 SprABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 3-5 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Seminars in Humanics IIIa engages the students in the journal club of the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest original research papers, the students should be able to understand the research objectives, methods, and results, and also have advanced discussions on the meanings, problems, and issues facing the research. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE826 Special Seminars in Humanics IIIb 1.0 FallABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 3-5 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Seminars in Humanics IIIb engages the students in the journal club of the particular laboratory which offers the specialized area of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest original research papers, the students should be able to understand the research objectives, methods, and results, and also have advanced discussions on the meanings, problems, and issues facing the research. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Major Subjects in Humanics (Advanced Course)

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE841 Special Lectures in Humanics Ia 1.0 SprABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 1 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Lectures in Humanics Ia provides the opportunity for the students to attend the research progress meetings of the particular laboratory which offers specialized areas of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest research presentations, the students will have discussions on research achievements, learn professional knowledge, and develop their advanced skills to proceed with research activities. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE842 Special Lectures in Humanics Ib 1.0 FallABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 1 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Lectures in Humanics Ib provides the opportunity for the students to attend the research progress meetings of the particular laboratory which offers specialized areas of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest research presentations, the students will have discussions on research achievements, learn professional knowledge, and develop their advanced skills to proceed with research activities. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE843 Special Lectures in Humanics IIa 1.0 SprABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 2 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Lectures in Humanics IIa provides the opportunity for the students to attend the research progress meetings of the particular laboratory which offers specialized areas of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest research presentations, the students will have discussions on research achievements, learn professional knowledge, and develop their advanced skills to proceed with research activities. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE844 Special Lectures in Humanics IIb 1.0 FallABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 2 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Lectures in Humanics IIb provides the opportunity for the students to attend the research progress meetings of the particular laboratory which offers specialized areas of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest research presentations, the students will have discussions on research achievements, learn professional knowledge, and develop their advanced skills to proceed with research activities. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE845 Special Lectures in Humanics IIIa 1.0 SprABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 3-5 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Lectures in Humanics IIIa provides the opportunity for the students to attend the research progress meetings of the particular laboratory which offers specialized areas of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest research presentations, the students will have discussions on research achievements, learn professional knowledge, and develop their advanced skills to proceed with research activities. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

Course Number Course Name Credits Term Classroom Weekday and Period
02RE846 Special Lectures in Humanics IIIb 1.0 FallABC   by request
Instructor Year Course Type
Atsushi Kawaguchi 3-5 2
Course Overview Remarks
Special Lectures in Humanics IIIb provides the opportunity for the students to attend the research progress meetings of the particular laboratory which offers specialized areas of study that the students will aspire to focus on. Featuring the latest research presentations, the students will have discussions on research achievements, learn professional knowledge, and develop their advanced skills to proceed with research activities. Compulsory subject Lectured in English

 

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