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【前集中,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,1単位,】
理工系グローバルリーダーを目指すプログラムの一環として、食品栄養学分野の先端機器を実際に操作することで、学際的視野を広げる。
(1)微量物質の形態学的解析
(2)微量物質の定性的及び定量的な解析
【後不定期,Ⅰ~Ⅱ,博士課程共通,2単位,】
This course mostly focuses on novel ICT solutions able to positively impact our habits towards healthier lifestyles. The inclusion of accelerometer sensors in technologies that we used every day (smartphones, video games...) allows to monitor the volume of daily physical activity, encouraging active lifestyles and a better management of energy balance. In the future, new ICT will play a crucial role for the prevention of metabolic disorders and the increase of healthy life expectancy. The objective of this course is to make students more familiar with the accelerometer-based mobile health technologies.
【前学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,人間文化研究科棟102室】
経営者としての豊富な経験を持ち、技術に関する幅広い知見も有する「民間企業等の経営幹部経験者」の皆様を毎回お招きし、民間企業のプロジェクトマネジメントの具体例の紹介などを通じ、「技術を活かした経営の本質」を学びます。今後ますます進化する高度技術社会において特に必要とされる、全体を俯瞰できる能力の向上を目指します。
【後学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,共3-209【5講】】
自然科学で共通に必要となる統計的な数値計算の方法の習得を目的とします。統計的な手法を駆使してデータを分析し、重要な特徴を抽出することで、問題の本質を捉え、仮説の検討を効率的に行うことが可能となります。また、実験結果に対して客観的な評価を下せるようになります。演習では、Excelを使用することでプログラミングの知識がなくても統計処理を行うことのできる方法を学びます。
【前学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,ITルーム4(理2・103)】
情報系に限らず幅広い学生を対象に情報処理の基礎の習得を目的とします。表計算ソフトウェアを用いてデータの集計、分類を行うための基本的な操作方法について説明します。演習においては、題材としてExcelの各種機能を用いて企業における経理の実務に近い作業を行ってもらいます。これにより、研究に必要となる実験データの集計やグラフ化などを行うことができるようになります。
【後学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,】
- To learn the basic cultural idea and theory
- To learn the cultural history since 19th century to present
- To deepen intercultural understanding
- To know more about world movies, music and arts
- To cultivate your creativity through filmmaking 

-文化思想や文化理論について学ぶ
-19世紀以降の文化史について学ぶ
-異文化理解を深める
-世界の映画、音楽、芸術作品に触れる
-映像制作実習を通じて創造性を高める
【前学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,】
Key themes:
- Human inquiry, scientific inquiry, and the PhD (Philosophiae Doctor)
- Self critique and social critique
- Existence vs. living
- Virtuality vs. reality
- Philosophic rigor and public role
Objectives:
- To recognize philosophy as scientifically meaningful and socially useful
- To counterbalance the old and new in our understanding of philosophy
- To reflect on the general and technical roles of philosophy
- To integrate philosophy in your discipline
- To educe personal philosophy and leadership
- (optional) To meet a philosopher
【前不定期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,】
Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary research area at the interface between biological science and computational science, the ultimate goal of which is to better understand living cells and their functioning at the molecular level. It involves the technologies that use computers for the storage, retrieval, manipulation, understanding and distribution of information related to biological macromolecules such as DNA, RNA, protein, and even more.
To take benefit of these classes, it is recommended either to have a basic knowledge in molecular and cell biology or to have attended Essential Bioinformatics for Global Leaders I. These advanced classes aim at demonstrating the students how to apply computational methods to the analysis of big data obtained from high throughput techniques in the biological field. This course will give the students examples of common use of bioinformatics in the biological field and provide them with a practical experience with wet lab (microarray) and computer practice (data analysis) sessions.
【後学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,人間文化研究科棟408室】
This course covers fundamental chemical science during lectures and attempts to link this knowledge to real world examples through the use of videos and reading assignments. The objective is to give students not only a working knowledge of chemistry, but also an understanding of why it is important in our everyday lives.
【前学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,人間文化研究科棟408室】
Essential Physics for Global Leaders II will present students with core concepts in physics, as well as an overview of advanced physics at the foundation of current and future technological applications in electronics, alternative energy, medicine, national security, and the environment. The physics behind the nanotechnology revolution, the connection between all disciplines, and their convergence on the nanometer scale will be emphasized. Surveying past and current literature, the physics of natural phenomena, new revolutionary materials, and advanced technologies will be explored. Students will be asked to prepare multimedia presentations on proposed solutions to important physical and technological problems facing business and government leaders in the global community. Students will critically evaluate each other's work, and feedback from the instructor and their peers will help students learn how to more effectively communicate leading edge developments in physics in proper academic English.
【前学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,人間文化研究科棟408室】
Computer science and engineering is an emerging discipline in the current epoch of human history. Along with electronics, it drives the information revolution following industrial and agricultural revolutions. In the recent years, it has become an indispensable discipline, playing active roles in almost all social sectors: medical, engineering, business, laws, social sciences, sciences and humanities. Future progress and the ultimate shape of this planet will largely depend on how the next generation global leaders are going to be equipped with essential knowledge on computer and related sciences. Although computer science graduates have some knowledge, future leaders from other disciplines need to be prepared for facing complex challenges ahead. Attention will therefore be given to simplify various key concepts using discussions, examples and practices. Besides essential foundations, the recent trends will also be investigated in order to keep track of the fast growing discipline ever.
【後不定期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,】
Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary research area at the interface between biological science and computational science, the ultimate goal of which is to better understand living cells and their functioning at the molecular level. It involves the technologies that use computers for the storage, retrieval, manipulation, understanding and distribution of information related to biological macromolecules such as DNA, RNA, protein, and even more.
The “Essential Bioinformatics for Global Leaders I” classes has been conceived for non-biologist as well as biologist students wishing to acquire global leader skills and enrich their scientific English. This first series of interactive classes, given in friendly English, will provide the students with the fundamental cellular and molecular biology knowledge needed to understand bioinformatics. Important notions of bioinformatics, its logical background and its cutting-edge applications in basic biology research, biotechnology and biomedical sciences will also be introduced. The classes include lectures, discussion and practices [wet lab (basic molecular biology experiments) and dry lab (databases exploration, data analysis using software)]. The students do not need to understand the mathematical details in the field.
【前学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,人間文化研究科棟408室】
An introduction to the fundamentals of chemistry for the non-chemistry specialist. The fundamental science will be linked to real world examples through regular reading assignments.
【後学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,人間文化研究科棟408室】
Essential Physics for Global Leaders I will present students with an introductory overview of core concepts in classical and modern physics, underlying natural systems, and current and future technologies of concern to business and government leaders in the global community. Students will learn how to discuss these physical concepts, and to educate fellow students in relevant topics using proper academic English.
【前学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,人間文化研究科棟408室】
Understand background Probability used in Statistics
Use and understand various Null Hypothesis Significance Tests (NHST)
Use confidence intervals
Understand the limitation and caveat of Confidence Intervals and NHST
Understand and use (simple) Linear Regression (単) 線形回帰
Become autonomous to study and learn more Statistical tools.
【後学期,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,】
CHASING MADAME BUTTERFLY: THE GENDER OF JAPONISME
This class explores Madame Butterfly narratives from the late 19th century to the present. We examine fiction and stage productions, but also discuss art and photography, fashion, and major cultural events. The goals of this course are:
a) to understand how notions of gender, race, and nation are constructed in cultural productions
b) to familiarize you with Humanities approaches to gender analysis;
c) to hone your skills in academic research, writing, and presentation.
【前集中,Ⅰ~Ⅲ,博士課程共通,2単位,】
Comparing Gender Equality in Asia and Europe

Over the past two decades, research has shown that institutions like welfare, work, education and the family affect the balance of participation of women and men in politics, the economy and society. In this class we will aim to understand how institutions shape gender equality, and changes that are necessary to improve
gender equality. We will go beyond the analysis of individual institutions, to understand welfare, work, education and the family are connected in regimes of gender relations at a societal level, and how countries can be compared in terms of how well they promote the participation of women, especially in leadership positions. Some of the factors in both Asian and European countries, which have a negative effect on promoting women’s leadership are social policies, which assume that women will be responsible for care of family members, corporate employment practices, which divide career tracks for men and women, educational systems after high school, with vocational tracks for occupations, which are female dominated versus academic tracks for occupations, which are male dominated, and the failure to provide adequate infrastructures for child and eldercare, which ties women further to unpaid domestic and care work rather than paid work in the labor market.
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