2021 Research Planning for Doctoral Thesis II

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Graduate major in Human Centered Science and Biomedical Engineering
Academic Supervisor  Kitamoto Yoshitaka 
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Course description and aims

Doctor course students work to complete a doctoral thesis based on advanced expertise. In order to obtain achievements in a limited term, it is quite important to conduct research systematically and confirm the progress regularly. And also, to be able to express clearly the points of the work is needed for a researcher or an engineer.
The purpose of this course is to acquire presentation and communication skills that can communicate cutting-edge research to the outside world by giving oral presentations on the degree of achievement of the doctoral thesis research plan and the status of preparation for completion of the doctoral program, and by having discussion with researchers in other fields.

Student learning outcomes

By completing this course, students will be able to:
1) Create a research agenda and plan by oneself.
2) Express clearly the points of the research in a presentation.
3) Develop an advanced discussion with other researchers in different fields.



Competencies that will be developed

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

Class flow

An oral presentation will be made on the progress of the doctoral dissertation research and the subsequent research plan, and the professors who will be the degree judges will evaluate.

Course schedule/Required learning

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Class 1 Workshop Make an oral presentation



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Assessment criteria and methods

Evaluated by the oral presentation

Related courses

  • HCB.C671 : Research Planning for Doctoral Thesis I

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Quotes, etc. must be correctly quoted in accordance with the ethical rules so that there is no plagiarism

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