2021 InfoSyEnergy-international field work-short term 1

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Tokyo Tech Academy of Energy and Informatics program
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Course description and aims

Students plan and implement their own projects at overseas universities and research institutions. By engaging in research in an environment that differs from that of Tokyo Tech, this course aims to improve students' professional skills, broaden their perspectives, understand the importance of a team with diverse values, and foster rich communication skills.

Student learning outcomes

As a leader in his/her field of expertise, the student will acquire one of the following abilities
1) The ability to use specialized knowledge to solve new problems and make creative proposals
2) The ability to understand the current trends in research and development with an international perspective and to carry out research
3) Communication skills to understand each other and carry out research and development smoothly
4) Ability to discuss and explain logically, and to summarize in writing


Collaborative research, international perspective, international collaboration

Competencies that will be developed

Specialist skills Intercultural skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills

Class flow

The students will consult with the supervisor and an international mentor to determine the destination. Prior to conducting international fieldwork, permission must be obtained from the Tokyo Tech Academy of Energy and Informatics Program by submitting a written plan. Once the fieldwork has been carried out, a report or presentation of the results must be made.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 Ex ante agreements Determination of joint research partners
Class 2 Conducting joint research and fieldwork Conducting joint research
Class 3 Report of Results Submission of reports


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Reference books, course materials, etc.

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Assessment criteria and methods

Pass/Fail judgment will be made based on the result report or presentation.

Related courses

  • ENI.C611 : InfoSyEnergy-joint research projects 1
  • ENI.C612 : InfoSyEnergy-joint research projects 2
  • ENI.C617 : InfoSyEnergy-international field work-long term

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

Only for the students in Tokyo Tech Academy of Energy and Informatics Program.


Instructions will be given as to which credits to declare. It will be determined by the length of the research collaboration.
ENI.C616 : InfoSyEnergy-international field work-short term ENI.C617 : InfoSyEnergy-international field work-long term

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