|Lecturer||Reiji SUZUKI, Associate Professor, Setuyuki AOKI, Associate Professor, Kumi YOSHIDA, Professor|
|Department||School of Informatics and Sciences, 2016 Fall|
|Recommended for:||3rd year students (2・One session / week 15 weeks / semester)|
To learn about basic acquisition and analysis methods in molecular information and bioinformatics related to complex phenomena in materials and life through basic experiments. In addition, students will deepen understanding of various natural phenomena through mathematical modeling and computer simulation.
The aim of the course is to acquire a basic viewpoint of complex systems, which exist in nature in various levels and scales, by adopting a broad experimental system from living systems to abstract simulation.
Each instructor in charge will distribute his/her materials during the first class and designate references. Interest in chemistry, biology, evolution, simulation, etc. is desirable.
In principle, besides attending all lectures, evaluation will also be based on assigned reports. 50% of your score will be based on attendance and 50% on report scores.
March 28, 2020