2019 Systems and Control Engineering Project

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Graduate major in Systems and Control Engineering
Amaya Kenji  Imura Jun-Ichi  Okutomi Masatoshi  Kurabayashi Daisuke  Kosaka Hidenori  Sampei Mitsuji  Nakashima Motomu  Hachiya Hiroyuki  Fujita Masayuki  Hayakawa Tomohisa  Tanaka Masayuki  Nakao Hiroya  Tsukagoshi Hideyuki  Hara Seiichiro  Yamakita Masaki  Miyazaki Yusuke  Ohyama Shinji  Nakayama Minoru  Hirata Atsushi  Miyake Yoshihiro  Yamamura Masayuki  Nakamura Kiyohiko  Deguchi Hiroshi  Ishii Hideaki  Takayasu Misako  Aonishi Toru  Ono Isao  Takinoue Masahiro  Onodera Eikichi 
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Course description and aims

Run a project to find a social problem, to propose a solution, and to develop a system that solves the problem through group collaboration. Object oriented method may be employed for the system analysis, design and implementation. The project may involve not only software development but also hardware development. Learning of project management is also an important element.

Student learning outcomes

Through this course, students are expected to gain the skills to:
1) Find and analyze social problems; propose a solution; design and implement required system through group collaboration.
2) Efficiently communicate technical issues among group members.
3) Plan and manage the progress of the project.
4) Give effective presentation for the project.


System analysis, System design, System development, Object oriented, Project management, System relating to human

Competencies that will be developed

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

Class flow

Groups of several students are formed. Each group sets a target problem and carry out a project for analyzing, designing, and implementing a system that solves the problem. Each group presents the result at the theme-setting, interim, and final presentations.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 Orientation, Forming groups Research social problems
Class 2 Group work (theme investigation, requirements analysis) Requirements analysis
Class 3 Group work (theme investigation, requirements analysis), Preparation of the theme presentation Preparation of the theme presentation
Class 4 Theme presentation
Class 5 Group work (system analysis, system design) System analysis and design
Class 6 Group work (system analysis, system design) System analysis and design
Class 7 Group work (system analysis, system design) System analysis and design
Class 8 Preparation of the interim presentation
Class 9 Interim presentation
Class 10 Group work (system implementation) System Implementation
Class 11 Group work (system implementation) System Implementation
Class 12 Group work (system implementation) System Implementation
Class 13 Group work (system implementation) System Implementation
Class 14 Preparation of the final presentation
Class 15 Final presentation


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Assessment criteria and methods

Target setting, project progress, product of the project .etc are evaluated in the presentations. (75%)
Personal contributions to the project in each stage are evaluated by mutual evaluation.(25%)

Related courses

  • SCE.P301 : Creative System Project
  • SCE.P201 : Creative System Design
  • SCE.A403 : Programming workshop

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

Completion of Programming workshop is advisable

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