Studium Generale is a series of introductory level talks in English by Nagoya University faculty members. Topics cover any research or teaching field at Nagoya University. Everybody is welcome to attend any lecture!
The main purpose of Studium Generale is to offer practice in listening to lectures in English.
||From Astrophysics to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
||Hisanori Shinohara (School of Science, Chemistry)
||Space Missions Are Hard
||Kazunori Ishibashi (Graduate School of Science)
||The Regulation of Executive Pay:Does Corporate Law Matter?
||MCGINTY Sean Michael (School of Law)
||The Science of Shampoo
||Nicola Skoulding (Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences)
||Breaking down barriers - Black women and their experiences in Japan
||Avril Haye (Aichi Prefectural University )
||To Eat or Not to Eat. That is the Question
||Young You (Nagoya Research Center for Brain & Neural Circuits)
||Tips for Improving Your English: How to Build -- and Read -- Longer Sentences More Easily
||John Wojdylo (Department of Physics, Science)
|| From Advanced to Automated Driving Systems in Cars
||Yousuke Akatsu (Graduate School of Engineering)
||Nationalism among mass publics in Asia
||Matt Linley (International Education and Exchange Center)
||Light, Semiconductors and Applications
||Bernard Gelloz (Graduate School of Engineering)
||Why is it hard to be slim?
||Teruhiko Koike (Research Center of Health, Physical Fitness, and Sports)
||A Creative Process - Japan's Influence on Electronic Music
||Iain Foxwell (Independent electronic musician, working under the moniker "Holobeams")
||Behind the tips to be a good speaker
- Neurophysiological insights from electric communication in fish
||Tsunehiko Kohashi (School of Science, Biology)
||Enzymes that changed our lives
||Jasmina Damnjanovic (Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences)