Engineering Ethics University of Tsukuba
This course discusses historical examples and up-to-date issues related to engineering ethics. In the first half of the course, we mainly deal with preparedness, mitigation, and response for catastrophic disasters such as earthquakes and tsunami from an engineering point of view. In the second half, we mainly deal with genetic engineering technologies that can cause worldwide pandemic, such as gain-of-function research that artificially enhances transmissibility and pathogenicity of pathogens like bacteria and viruses.
Related to 4. Skills in the field of Micro Engineering and Nanoscience, and 5. Skills in the field of Macro Engineering and Systems Engineering.
Online Course Requirement
Lecture is conducted in English.
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Link to the syllabus provided by the university