Distinguished researchers in computational life sciences or outstandingly active specialists beyond academia in various fields such as industry or government service give introductory lectures of the latest research frontiers or technology trends.
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1) Get a basic knowledge about frontiers or topics in computational life sciences or technology.
2) Acquire practical knowledge to help further research.
3) Enhance the qualifications and abilities of the Γ(gamma)-type specialist.
computational life science, frontiers, topics
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
This course is an intensive course, and three classes are given.
In each class, two 2 credit hours lectures in succession are conducted by adjunct lectures, followed by 1 credit hour discussion among students with the lecture on current topics and concrete problems.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Frontiers or topics on computational life sciences (1): Introduction of the field and topics is given by an invited researcher.||Understand the basics and backgrounds on the frontiers or topics in computational life sciences.|
|Class 2||Frontiers or topics on computational life sciences (2): Detailed lecture is given to deepen understanding and expertness.||Understand and explain the essential features and matters on the frontiers or topics in computational life sciences.|
|Class 3||Frontiers or topics on computational life sciences (3): Subjects to contribute to enhancement of the qualifications and abilities of the Γ(gamma)-type specialist are given, and discussions take place among students and the researcher.||Enhance the qualifications and abilities of the Γ(gamma)-type specialist based on the frontiers or topics in computational life sciences.|
There is no assigned textbook.
In each class, the lecturer hands out materials.
Reports in each class (100%).
There are no prerequisites for taking the course.