ENLIVE – ENLIGHT Network Language and Intercultural Virtual Exchange Pathophysiological and pathological aspects of electromechanical heart diseases Therapeutics and devices for treatment of electromechanical heart diseases Web Based Data Quality Control of finished product Validation Networks Electronics of Devices and Circuits Techniques for Material Characterization Vibrations and Acoustics Policy and case study on information-intelligence-based disaster risk management

Disaster Prevention Research and Efforts in NCDR. The main concepts proposed by NCDR are aimed at how to implement scientific outputs at level of policy formation, emergency operation, information integration and risk communication. With practical case studies, it will office students a chance to think the way to develop effective and efficiency disaster risk management. Disaster Prevention Research and Efforts in NCDR. The main concepts proposed by NCDR are aimed at how to implement scientific outputs at level of policy formation, emergency operation, information integration and risk communication. With practical case studies, it will office students a chance to think the way to develop effective and efficiency disaster risk management.

1. Lecture 1 (Fujiwara): Review the relationships between Japan and Taiwan in disaster risk management (1 class)

2. Lecture 2 (Wei-Sen Li): Review progresses of policy and scientific development for disaster risk management in Taiwan (1 class)

3. Lecture 3 (Yi-Chung Liu): Case study 1: 1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake. The earthquake exposed structural failures at residential buildings, schools and infrastructure, and initiated a great momentum to push legislation for disaster risk management and allocate more investment in research. (1 class)

4. Lecture 4 (Yi-Chung Liu): Case study 2: 2009 Typhoon Morakot. The typhoon is a typical extreme weather event bringing sever causalities and interruptions to lifeline systems and telecommunications. After Morakot, a thorough scientific review focused on how to better meet actual demands. (1 class)

5. Lecture 5 (Wei-Sen Li): Information intelligence. Now applications of ICT, big data and open data are important topics for disaster risk reduction and emergency preparedness. Within lectures, it will tell how to integrate data sets from government agencies and dispatch disaster alter through multiple channels. (2.5 classes)

6. Lecture 6 (Wei-Sen Li): Evidence-based emergency operation. To handle developing situations before, during and after a disaster, it requires scientific tools to assist emergency responders. For example, impact-assessment is useful to accommodate uncertainties of typhoon forecasts by highlighting potential disaster ho6spots. (2.5 classes)

7. Lecture 7 (Fujiwara): Discuss the differences between Japan and Taiwan in disaster risk management and how Japanese or Taiwanese disaster risk management should be. (1 class) Degree Programs in Systems and Information Engineering Doctoral Program in Risk and Resilience Engineering Tsukuba Campus Li Wei-Sen,LIU Yi-Chung,Usuda Yuichiro,Umemoto Michitaka Intensive 0BLC510 1.0 1 – 3 Lectures 今後の状況により、オンライン授業となる可能性あり。
Identical to 02CF910.
Lecture is conducted in English.
Online(Synchronous). face-to-face This class will be taught in English.
Ask question positively, since the number of questions is included in evaluation.
Conduct with broad interest not only in your fields, but also with regard to the realization, maintenance, and recovery of security and trust in society. Discussion(30%) and report(70%)
Passed with an overall rating of 60% or higher. Michitaka Umemoto umemoto#at#risk.tsukuba.ac.jp(Replace #at# with @) https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0BLC510/eng/

Project Management

This course provides an overview of project definition, project management terminology and processes (start-up, planning, execution, supervisory control, closure) and deepens understanding of basic project management. In addition, an overview of the project management tools that are actually used, methods of use, and examples of use will be shown. Students will understand the basics of project management practices that are useful for the research and development of biomaterials. Master’s Program in Life Science Innovation Tsukuba Campus Expertise, Proficiency in English Sato Tomoichi,Kiyota Mamoru,Hirakawa Hidehiko Thu1,2 0AXA703 1.0 1 Lectures Lecture is conducted in English.
Online(Asynchronous) Students may be required to bring a PC to learn how to use the tools on the exercise. Grades are evaluated based on performance by the exercises assigned to students.

It is evaluated on performed appropriateness of each assumed project management theme setting and are based on the degree of achievement (understanding and completeness) of the project management tool that manages them.

Appropriateness of virtual project theme setting (20%)

Achievement of virtual project theme management tools (80%; For each tool 20% x 4 tools are assumed)

Grades (A+, A, B, C and D) are to be determined based on percentage of achievement out of 100%

(A+ 100%; A >80%; B >70%; C >50% and 49%>D) https://kdb.tsukuba.ac.jp/syllabi/2021/0AXA703/eng/