In this lecture, we will outline how to combine material science and information science, to lead them to researches containing various expert knowledge, and to open up a new field. Researches currently carried out at university will be explained examples.
The aim is to acquire basic skills to become "complex human resources" to advance creative material and information research by linking material and information, and thinking from a compound eye viewpoint.
Note) Complex Human Resources: Human resources capable of actively engaging in things concerning materials science, information science, and social services
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1) Gain knowledge of trends new methods and ways of thinking across both material and information fields, and to evaluate research
2) Participate in discussion about research on material and information based on expert knowledge
3) Draw conclusions from experimental results related to both material and information fields through logical thinking
Materials, Informatics, Interdiscipline
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Topics change every lesson. Remote class from Okayama and Suzukakedai lecture rooms.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Material and Information Sciences on Biomolecular Research||Understand the integration of material and information sciences on biomolecular research|
|Class 2||Materials design of functional Bi, Pb - transition metal perovskite compounds||Understand the correlation between first principle calculations and experiments in the investigation of transition metal oxides|
|Class 3||Molecular robotics achieved by the integration of DNA nanotechnology and information science||Understand that the molecular robotics is the material-information integration technology based on information science and DNA nanotechnology|
|Class 4||Materials Design toward Flexible Organic Electronics for Detecting Biological Information||Understand Recent Advances in Materials Design toward Flexible Organic Electronics for Detecting Biological Information|
|Class 5||Material and Information Sciences on Functional Peptide Screening||Understand the integration of information sciences in screening of Functional Peptides|
|Class 6||Experimental and computational evaluation of carrier mobility in organic semiconductor||Understand the relationship between experimental and computational evaluation of the carrier mobility|
Students will be assessed on their understanding by submitting a report selected from among six problems announced in six lessons.
There are restrictions on the number of students who can take this course, and TAC-MI students have priority registration. We will give a questionnaire to students in the first class. A lottery will be held, if there are many applicants.