Learn research topics in materials and applied chemistry that will be preliminary knowledge for taking specialized subjects from the 200th series onwards in the School of Materials and Chemical Engineering, mainly focused on freshmen from the School of Materials and Chemical Engineering, based on the introduction of materials and chemical engineering A and B. The students will visit the laboratory and experience cutting-edge research.
Acquire preliminary knowledge of materials and chemical engineering.
Foundations and technologies required for materials and chemical engineering.
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
This lecture is an omnibus format by six faculty teachers, and introduces the foundation and latest research topics in materials and chemical engineering as an example. The students will visit the laboratory and experience cutting-edge research.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Dissolve? Melt? Feel Entropy from experience||Feel and Understand Entropy from experiment which is the key for learning materials science|
|Class 2||Materials engineering to open up next-generation medical treatment||Learn medical technology to treat various diseases based on material engineering.|
|Class 3||Organic electronics and organic materials||Learn fundamental characteristics and applications of organic electronics.|
|Class 4||Unique polymers by new methods of synthetic polymer chemistry||The aim of this lecture is to know the important role of applied chemistry to create both new synthetic methods and new polymeric materials that exhibit unique functions such as luminescence, electric conductivity, and sensing some specific targets.|
|Class 5||Bioprocess||Give one example of bioproducts and explain the production bioprocess.|
|Class 6||Drive organic reactions with visible light (sunlight)||On the basis of the reaction mechanisms, explain the difference between photoredox-catalyzed reactions promoted by visible light and reactions promoted by UV light. Also explain the characteristics of photoredox catalysis.|
|Class 7||Fundamental and applied research of material science / applied science||Introduce fundamental and applied research of academic disciplines in each department|
|Class 8||The end of term examination|
Evaluation of reports and end of the term examination
It is recommendable to take Materials and chemical technology literary, Introduction of materials and chemical technology A and Introduction of materials and chemical technology B.