Lectures will cover topics on plant biotechnology including control of flowering time, circadian rhuythms, photoperiodic responses, organ size and responses to environmental stresses. This course aims to give students a basic understanding of the biotechnology of plants. School of Life and Environmental Sciences College of Biological Sciences Tsukuba Campus None This course is an intensive module and split into four sessions
• Plant breeding and Plant Biotechnology
• Physiological responses in higher plants I
• Physiological responses in higher plants II
• Polyploid genetics and System biology Kazuo Watanabe, Akira Kikuchi, Michiyuki Ono EB83141 1.0 2, 3 lectures This lecture is planned as on line style. See Syllabus or recent information from manaba for detail.
Open in even number years.
Lectures are conducted in English.
Applied Biology course
Who has credit of EB83111 or EG33111 is ineligible. Summary report of the first day (50%) & Take home exam (50%).
There is a wide range of issues associated with food and health from familiar problems to global issues. In this group seminar, each student group survey food and health issues, and propose the solution idea to solve a particular issue. Specifically, each group will first identify “issues related to food and health” and investigate the social, scientific, and business backgrounds related to the issues. Then, based on the research, they will put together a proposal for solving the issue, including elements of research, social practice, and business value, and make a group presentation. In addition to research and discussion by student groups, the group seminar will include excursions to related companies and research institutes, and business thinking training. International Joint Degree Master’s Program in Agro-Biomedical Science in Food and Health Tsukuba Campus Ichikawa Masao,Ohniwa Ryosuke,Ohbayashi Norihiko,Shinkai Yasuhiro,LOMBARDO Fabien Claude Renaud,Zheng Ling Intensive 0AVC016 1.0 1 Class Exercises Lecture is conducted in English.
Major required course. Register for courses with the course number of your major. Online(Synchronous). face-to-face https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0AVC016/eng/
“Food” and “Health,” two issues central to human existence, are inseparable in their relationship. Food-related health problems and lifestyle-related diseases, threats to food security, and the increasing cost of medical care are just some of the many challenges society now faces. In this course, students will study the scientific fundamentals to understand such Food and Health issues, especially focusing on “Relationship between Food and Health”, “Health Security”, and “Food Security”. The global view of “Health and Food related issues” will be given by the instructors from University of Tsukuba as well as University of Bordeaux and National Taiwan University. In addition, to understand “Research Ethics”, we will introduce the learning material, GLidD, in the course. 1. General Overview: What Is Agro-Biomedical Science? (Yoshito Kumagai,
2. Food Security I: (Hiroshi Ezura, Chiaki Matsukura, Lombardo Fabien Claude Renaud)
3. Health Security I: (Masao Ichikawa, Kazuya Morikawa, Yasuhiro Shinkai, Zheng Ling)
4. Food Resources and Health I: (Yutaka Kitamura, Kiyokazu Ujiie, Junichi Peter Abe, Ryosuke Ohniwa)
5. Food Security II: ((Ryosuke Ohniwa), Ming-Ju Chen, Suming Chen)
6. Health Security II: ((Ryosuke Ohniwa), Chang-Chuan Chan, Chau-Ti Ting, Han-Yi E. Chou)
7. Food Resources And Health II: ((Ryosuke Ohniwa), Tang-Long Shen, TsaiKun Li, Chih-Kang Chiang)
8. Food Security III: ((Chiaki Matsukura), Catherine Bennetau, Pierre Pétriacq)
9. Health Security III: ((Chiaki Matsukura), Thierry Noel, Michel Hernould)
10. Food Resources and Health III: ((Matsukura), Dominique Rolin)
International Joint Degree Master’s Program in Agro-Biomedical Science in Food and Health Tsukuba Campus Students will acquire fundamental knowledge relating to food security, health security, the connection between food resources and health, and contemporary global issues related to food and health. Chen Suming,Bennetau Catherine,Hernould Michel,Chan Chang-Chuan,Chen Ming-Ju,Noël Thierry,LOMBARDO Fabien Claude Renaud,Zheng Ling,Petriacq Pierre,Yamaoka Yuichi,Kumagai Yoshito,Ezura Hiroshi,Kitamura Yutaka,Abe Junichi P.,Ichikawa Masao,Matsukura Chiaki,Morikawa Kazuya,Ujiie Kiyokazu,Ohniwa Ryosuke,Li Tsai Kun,Shen Tang Long,Chou Han Yi E, CHIH-KANG,Yasuhiro Shinkai,Ohbayashi Norihiko,Ishii Atsushi Intensive 0AVC001 1.0 1 Lectures Contact the instructor to obtain permission before taking the course. Identical to 01ER101.
Lecture is conducted in English.
Online(Synchronous). face-to-face Students are evaluated by their class participation and report assignments. A passing grade (“C” or greater) requires students to sufficiently show an understanding of global issues in food and health from their report assignments. A “B” grade may be awarded to students who, in addition to this, show a thorough understanding of issues in food security and health security from their report assignments. Furthermore, an “A” grade may be awarded to students who, in addition to these, show to be consistently participative in class through questions and discussion, and show that they are able to connect their classwork with their Comprehensive Report on Integrated Themes and career pathway planning. The deadline of the report submission is two weeks after the last lecture. https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0AVC001/eng/
住宅論、建築論、都市論の視点から敷地周辺の環境や都市を観察し、その結果がどのように建築意匠に定着されるかについて、具体的な事例を取り上げて講述する。また、建築意匠論の実践として、受講生は各自で建築プロジェクトの提案を行う。提案は、任意で設定した敷地のコンテクストを分析した上で行うものとし、その場所で可能な建築意匠のあり方について学修する。授業の最後に、各自がまとめた建築プロジェクトの発表会と講評を行う。 Degree Programs in Comprehensive Human Sciences Master’s Program in Design Tsukuba Campus (汎用コンピテンス)知の活用力
(専門コンピテンス)構想・表現力、分析力 建築と表現に関する基礎的な知識があること Kaijima Momoyo Intensive 0ATU112 2.0 1・2 Lectures Open in even number years.
Lectures are conducted in English if requested. Work Experience faculty. face-to-face. Hybrid or Others 特になし 出席における発表内容(30%)と最終成果物(70%)で評価する。 https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0ATU112/eng/
We will learn about the history of photomedia (1826–1899) through practical tasks, such as making sunprints,camera obscuras, pinhole cameras. This intensive class will be held on a Saturday and Sunday in September (dates will be announced on Manaba/Twins). The class will be face-to-face in two rooms (6A304 and B343). Each day will start at 10:00 and finish at 17:30. Only 8 students can take the class. Please come to 6A304 at 10:00am on the first day. Guidance will be posted online before the first class. Degree Programs in Comprehensive Human Sciences Master’s Program in Art Tsukuba Campus Generic competences: Ability to use knowledge, Management ability, Communication ability, International character / Specific competences: Creativity, Comprehension, Problem Solving NA MCLEOD Roderick by request 0ATTL42 1.0 1・2 Class Exercises 英語で授業。This class is in English.
face-to-face Working in the photo studio and darkroom can be dangerous. Please respect these environments and follow instructions. Each student submits a detailed notebook (50%) with documentation and notes of experiments/activities done in class, and a designed manual (50%) with instructions for one process and examples. Evaluation is based on detailed documentation and visual communication skill. Roderick MCLEOD email@example.com https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0ATTL42/eng/
Soil is a fundamental part that supports the natural ecosystems. This lecture deal with basic soil concept, basic soil chemistry, soil functions in ecosystems, soil genesis and classification, soil degradation and conservation, and the rerationships between global environmental issues and soil. In this lecture, we will have brainstorming and group discussions on soil issues. Soils are the basis for the terrestrial ecosystems, and often treated nowadays as the resource like water and minerals. In this lecture, soils and soil environments are explained including their genesis and taxonomical point of view. Degree Programs in Life and Earth Sciences Master’s Program in Environmental Sciences Tsukuba Campus Expert Competence 1 Systematic Expertise
・ Acquisition of specialized knowledge on soil environmental chemistry
Specialist competence 2 Specialist education
. Learn the literacy of pedology (soil formation taxonomy, soil resource conservation).
Expert Competence 3 ICT utilization
・ Develop presentation skills using PC and AS.
Professional competence 4 Ability to foster awareness of problems
Deeply consider various issues related to soil environmental chemistry, such as global environmental issues, and study specific countermeasures. You should have completed the basics of soil science. Tamura Kenji,Asano Maki Intensive 0AND362 2.0 1・2 Lectures 教室は生物農林学系棟F206。
Lecture is conducted in English. The start date will be posted in advance. Evaluate based on your own reports. Maki Asano firstname.lastname@example.org https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0AND362/eng/
Lecturers from the PF and SPring-8 explains the principle of the SR X-ray measurement and available apparatus. In addition, the course student’s present and discuss their theme research theme. Invited lecturers from synchrotron radiation facilities give an overview of synchrotron radiation X-ray generation principle, its characteristics, and materials science research using it in the form of an intensive course. A lecturer will be invited from SPring-8 to give a lecture on the principle of synchrotron radiation X-ray generation, its characteristics, and the outline of materials science research using it. In addition, lectures will be given on the characteristics of SPring-8 and how to apply for research proposals for graduates. A lecturer will be invited from PF to give a lecture on the principle of synchrotron radiation X-ray generation, its characteristics, and the outline of materials science research using it. Degree Programs in Pure and Applied Sciences Master’s Program in Materials Innovation Tsukuba Campus Advanced expertise and analysis Not required Nishibori Eiji,Moritomo Yutaka,Kobayashi Wataru,Kasai Hidetaka,Niwa Hideharu Intensive 0AJRK01 1.0 1 Lectures Identical to 01BC811 and 0AJCJ01.
English lectures on request. Hybrid or Others
Conducted by face-to-face or online The course grade is determined by performance on assignments of understanding synchrotron radiation X-ray generation principle, its characteristics, and materials science research using it. Eiji Nishibori https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0AJRK01/eng/
Chemistry and physics of liquid crystals, conjugated polymers, magnetic polymers, polymer EL, and textiles. π電子共役系高分子を用いたトランジスターやエレクトロルミネッセンス素子など、新しい高分子電子デバイスの開発が大きく進展している。本講義では導電性高分子および液晶性を有する導電性高分子、さらには高分子磁性体など、共役系分子骨格を用いた特異な電磁気的性質をもつ高分子の合成法からそれらの性質まで最新のトピックスを含めながら解説する。 Degree Programs in Pure and Applied Sciences Master’s Program in Engineering Sciences Tsukuba Campus 知の創成力、工学基礎力、基礎学力、専門知識、倫理感、実践的見識と問題解決力 なし Goto Hiromasa Intensive 0AJMD02 2.0 1・2 Lectures Open in even number years.
Identical to 01BG402.
Delivered in English upon request 本講義で対象とする高分子化学は、ソフト材料として基礎的・応用的にも広い範囲をもつ。例えば導電性高分子はシリコンやゲルマニウムに代わる有機半導体として活躍する未来材料である。また液晶ポリマーは高性能プラスチックとして電子機器にも用いられている。医療面で高分子の担う役割も大きい。本講義ではこれらを網羅し、将来これを応用できる実力を養成することを目標としている。 (1)到達目標に挙げた各項目について、講義内容についての簡単な問題を演習問題として課す。これらを提出し、すべての項目について満点の60%をとること
半導体光デバイスにおいて、活性領域の微細化により、離散化した電子のエネルギー準位を利用するナノ構造デバイスが盛んに研究されている。講義では、半導体およびナノ構造の光物性について基礎から最先端の研究内容まで幅広く解説する。本講義は海外教育研究ユニット招致の教員により行われる。 Degree Programs in Pure and Applied Sciences Master’s Program in Engineering Sciences Tsukuba Campus Okada Susumu Intensive 0AJJA36 1.0 1・2 Lectures Identical to 01BC309, 01BF294, 01BG092, and 02BQ209.
Lecture is conducted in English.
The class form will be decided from now on. https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0AJJA36/eng/
The class provides general understanding on the Global Society topics under UN SDGs agenda. We aim at promoting participants to recognize themselves as the part of the society and encourage contemplating on their participation, roles and responsibility as highly educated individuals. Doctoral Program in Bioindustrial Sciences Graduate General Education Course Tsukuba Campus Watanabe Kazuo Intensive 0A00315 1.0 1 – 5 Lectures This course deals with the international societies facing social challenges.
Lecture is conducted in English.
Hybrid or Others
Educational goal is aimed at nourishing highly motivated individuals who wish working for solving global issues in multinational organizations such as UN, governments and global companies https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0A00315/eng/