2022 Forum on Computing F5

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Academic unit or major
School of Computing
Miyake Yoshihiro  Sumita Hanna  Hayashi Shinpei  Takinoue Masahiro  Takahashi Jin  Kawashima Takayuki  Cong Youyou  Ichiki Shunsuke  Sato Tetsuya  Yajima Moeko  Gotoda Takeshi  Liu Tianxiang  Yoshida Yusuke  Arahori Yoshitaka  Le Hieu Hanh  Chang Qiong  Tamura Yasumasa  Miyafuji Shio  Moriguchi Sosuke  Uto Kuniaki  Kobayashi Norimasa  Yanagisawa Keisuke  Yamada Hiroaki  Phua Yin Jun  Ito Kaito 
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Media-enhanced courses
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Wed5-8(H103, G112)  
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Course description and aims

Students in the Forum of Computing will learn how to plan, practice, and present research in computing by participating actively in research presentations, discussions, and other practical activities. In addition, students will acquire science communication skills related to computing and learn about career development. Students will be responsible for managing the forum and presenting their research in this course. Through this course, students will recognize the position of other fields from the viewpoint of their research field and the position of their research field from the viewpoint of other fields. Finally, students will develop the ability to organize interdisciplinary and cross-cultural meetings, plan and manage interdisciplinary and international study groups, and develop leadership skills to open up new fields.

This course aims to help doctoral students acquire the skills in research methods, research presentation, international communication, etc., which they need to acquire before receiving their doctoral degrees through active participation in the class. In particular, the course aims to develop interdisciplinary and international communication skills for students to participate in discussions in research presentations in other fields actively and plan and manage such international and interdisciplinary research meetings.

Student learning outcomes

Students will acquire the following skills, particularly the advanced skill regarding 4), through attending this course.
1) How to plan and conduct research in general
2) Research presentation (presentation, paper)
3) Skills discussing science, interdisciplinary and international communication skills
4) Career development and science communication


Research planning, research execution, research presentation, research discussion, English communication

Competencies that will be developed

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

Class flow

Active participation is required by students. In each class, content focused on a student's own research presentation and discussions is dealt with, so preparation in advance is required.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 Description on how the course will be conducted Will be detailed in the class
Class 2 Research presentation (1) Will be detailed in the class
Class 3 Research presentation (2) Will be detailed in the class
Class 4 Research presentation (3) Will be detailed in the class
Class 5 Research presentation (4) Will be detailed in the class
Class 6 Research presentation (5) Will be detailed in the class
Class 7 Research presentation (6) or science communication Will be detailed in the class

Out-of-Class Study Time (Preparation and Review)

To enhance effective learning, students are encouraged to spend a certain length of time outside of class on preparation and review (including for assignments), as specified by the Tokyo Institute of Technology Rules on Undergraduate Learning (東京工業大学学修規程) and the Tokyo Institute of Technology Rules on Graduate Learning (東京工業大学大学院学修規程), for each class.
They should do so by referring to textbooks and other course material.



Reference books, course materials, etc.


Assessment criteria and methods

Will be based on participation including presentation and discussion in the class. Will be detailed in the first lecture.

Related courses

  • XCO.U681 : Forum on Computing S3
  • XCO.U682 : Forum on Computing F3
  • XCO.U683 : Forum on Computing S4
  • XCO.U684 : Forum on Computing F4
  • XCO.U685 : Forum on Computing S5

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

Attendees need to take one of "Forum on Computing F4", "Forum on Mathematical and Computing Science F4", "Forum on Computer Science F4" and "Forum on Artificial Intelligence F4" as a prerequisite.


If you were absent from the orientation of this class, please be sure to register your information by following the website (available only in campus) below:

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