Studium Generale 2 | Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences | NU OCW

Studium Generale 2

VASSILEVA Maria Niko Associate Professor

Department: Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Class Time: 2018 Spring 1 Tuesday
Recommended for: All Nagoya University students, faculty menbers and staff are welcomed to atend!

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Course Overview

Studium Generale is a unique immersion program into an English-based lecture environment. The course offers exposure to various academic topics presented in an accessible way, and in English.

Date Topic Lecturer Video Handout
May 8 A reflection on the name of "Bratislava" Susumu Nagayo(Waseda University) Note (PDF, 13240KB)
May 10 Geographical information around us Koichiro Nagamine (Graduate University)
May 15 Is pessimism actually shortening your life? Genetics perspective Maria Vassilava (Department of Biological Sciences, School of Science)
May 17 Towards autonomous social driving for personal mobility vehicles Luis Yoichi Moraies (Institute for Innovation for Future Society
May 22 Photography Naoyuki Ogino (Artist, Stanford lecturer,Kyoto
May 29 Plato's wax tablet Yahei Kanayama (Graduate School of Letters
May 31 Introduction to game theory Maria Martin Rodriguez (Graduate School of Economics)
June5 Symmetry and singularity Yukari Ito (Graduate School of Mathematics)
June 12 Critical thinking as collective enquiry Masashi Kasaki (Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences)
June 14 I have a dream...that all students shall learn how to study much harder Kosuke Shobatake (Professor Emeritus)
June 19 See elegance in a worm brain Kentaro Noma (Graduate School of Science)
June 21 The Checksum: a trick to memorizing Japanese kanji?... Markus Rude (Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences)
June 26 Plasma Nagahiro Saito (Graduate School of Engineering)

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Syllabus

Date Topic Lecturer
5/08 A reflecion on the name of "Bratislava" Susumu Nagayo (Waseda University)
5/10 Geographical information around us Koichiro Nagamine (Graduate School of Informatics)
5/15 Lawyer, author, diplomat, board game designer: life lessons learned... Chenier LaSalle (Embassy of Canada)
5/17 Towards autonomous sosial driving for personal mobility vehicles Luis Yoichi Morales (Institute for Innovation for Future Society)
5/22 Photography Naoyuki Ogino (Artist, Stanford lecture, Kyoto)
5/24 The sience of shampoo Nicola Skoulding (Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences)
5/29 Plato`s wax tablet Yahei Kanayama (Graduate School of Letters)
5/31 Introduction to game theory Maria Martin Rodriguez (Graduate School of Economics)
6/05 Symmetry and singularity Yukari Ito (Graduate School of Mathematics)
6/12 Critical thinking as collective enquiry Masashi Kasaki (Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences)
6/14 I have a dream...that all students shall learn how to study much harder Kosuke Shobatake (Professor Emeritus)
6/19 See elegance in a worm brain Kentaro Noma (Graduate School of Science)
6/21 The Checksum: a trick to memorizing Japanese kanji?... Markus Rude (Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences)
6/26 Plasma Nagahiro Saito (Graduate School of Engineering)

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