Studium Generale 2018 Spring

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LecturerVASSILEVA Maria Niko, Associate Professor
DepartmentInstitute of Liberal Arts & Sciences, 2018 Spring 1
Recommended for:All Nagoya University students, faculty menbers and staff are welcomed to atend! (21 hour / session, Two session / week, 14 lectures / semester)

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.


  • May 8
  • A reflection on the name of "Bratislava"
  • Susumu Nagayo(Waseda University)
  • Handout

  • May 10
  • Geographical information around us
  • Koichiro Nagamine (Graduate School of Informatics)

  • May 15
  • Is pessimism actually shortening your life? Genetics perspective
  • Maria Vassileva (Department of Biological Sciences, School of Science)
  • Handout

  • 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)
  • Handout

  • May 31
  • Introduction to game theory
  • Maria Martin Rodriguez (Graduate School of Economics)
  • Handout

  • June 5
  • Symmetry and singularity
  • Yukari Ito (Graduate School of Mathematics)
  • Handout

  • June 12
  • Critical thinking as collective enquiry
  • Masashi Kasaki (Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences)
  • handout

  • June 14
  • I have a dream...that all students shall learn how to study much harder
  • Kosuke Shobatake (Professor Emeritus)
  • Handout

  • June 19
  • See elegance in a worm brain
  • Kentaro Noma (Graduate School of Science)
  • handout

  • June 21
  • The Checksum: a trick to memorizing Japanese kanji?...
  • Markus Rude (Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences)
  • Handout

  • June 26
  • Plasma
  • Nagahiro Saito (Graduate School of Engineering)

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 inquiry 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)

Last updated

February 18, 2022