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0515077
FSC-PH4B10L3
サブアトミック物理学
Subatomic Physics
横山 将志
Masashi Yokoyama
S1S2 月曜3限
Mon 3rd

サブアトミック物理,すなわち,原子核物理と素粒子物理の入門的な講義。歴史的に重要な実験を適宜例にとりながら,原子核や素粒子の性質がどのように明らかになってきたか概観する。加速器や測定器など,サブアトミック物理に必須の道具立てについても触れる。 This is an introductory lecture on subatomic physics, the physics of nuclei and particles. We review how properties of nuclei and elementary particles have been studied, with examples from historically important experiments. Introduction to essential tools for subatomic physics experiments, accelerators and particle detectors, is also provided.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 理学部1号館東棟 279講義室 Faculty of Science Bldg.1 (east) Room #279
講義使用言語 Language:日本語/英語 Japanese/English
35603-0088
GSC-PH5B10L3
サブアトミック物理学
Subatomic Physics
横山 将志
Masashi Yokoyama
S1S2 月曜3限
Mon 3rd

サブアトミック物理,すなわち,原子核物理と素粒子物理の入門的な講義。歴史的に重要な実験を適宜例にとりながら,原子核や素粒子の性質がどのように明らかになってきたか概観する。加速器や測定器など,サブアトミック物理に必須の道具立てについても触れる。 This is an introductory lecture on subatomic physics, the physics of nuclei and particles. We review how properties of nuclei and elementary particles have been studied, with examples from historically important experiments. Introduction to essential tools for subatomic physics experiments, accelerators and particle detectors, is also provided.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 理学部1号館東棟 279講義室 Faculty of Science Bldg.1 (east) Room #279
講義使用言語 Language:日本語/英語 Japanese/English
35616-1052
GSC-EP6206L2
磁気圏物理学II
Physics of Magnetosphere II
齋藤 義文
SAITO,Yoshifumi
A1A2 木曜3限
Thu 3rd
プラズマ粒子計測の手法とその応用 Methods and Applications of Space Plasma Measurements

人工衛星・観測ロケット搭載用の様々なプラズマ粒子計測装置の原理について解説した後、地球・水星・木星など磁場を持つ惑星の磁気圏や月など磁場を持たない天体の周辺空間の構造・ダイナミクス・太陽風との相互作用について、実際の観測例を元に解説し未解決の現象について議論する。 Interaction between the solar wind and a solar system object varies largely according to the object's properties, such as the existence of a global intrinsic magnetic field and/or thick atmosphere. Recent knowledge on the structure/dynamics of the magnetized planets’ magnetosphere and plasma environment around non-magnetized bodies based on the plasma data obtained by spacecraft and /or sounding rockets as well as the instrumentation for plasma measurements are the main topics of this lecture.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 理学部1号館中央棟 851 Faculty of Science Bldg.1 (center) 851
講義使用言語 Language:日本語/英語 Japanese/English
5122384
GPP-MP6P20L1
横断型 University-wide
Space Development and Public Policy
Space Development and Public Policy
水野 素子
MIZUNO Motoko
A1A2 木曜6限
Thu 6th
Governance is an important topic for the global space activities. This course will offer the lectures by practitioners and specialists to learn the latest trend of space development and utilization, followed by policy proposal training on the specific law and policy challenges.

Space related treaties which are legal basis of the global space activities are subject to governmental activities and presume that governments supervise non-governmental activities. Under the governmental supervision, conventional space companies have supported governmental space activities to contribute to national interests. However, New Space companies that emerged in 2000s are proceeding space activities with their own visions and business models although under governmental supervision, then activating global space activities. On the other hand, according to the increase of space debris, there are concerns about sustainability of global space activities, and governments are still responsible for sustainable space development and utilization, infrastructures, and industrial bases. In Japan, 2008 Space Basic Law enabled space activities for national security, renewed its governance structure by establishing Strategic Headquarters for Space Policy headed by Prime Minister, and shifted its weight to utilization from research and development. 2016 Space Activities Law set out legal basis for space activities including by private companies. However, there are still various legal and policy challenges including industrial promotion and space debris issue from the viewpoint of sustainable space activities. This course will offer practical lectures by various practitioners and specialists to understand current situation of space development and utilization. Afterwards, students will develop and discuss policy proposals for specific themes as practices. FY 2019, we will deal with the latest topics including space traffic management (STM), roles of national space agencies, and space resource exploration under the theme of Governance of Space Activities.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室A International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room A
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
35616-3005
GSC-EP6211L2
宇宙惑星科学特論I
Special Lecture of Space and Planetary Science I
海老原 祐輔
EBIHARA Yusuke
S1S2 集中
Intensive 
宇宙惑星科学特論I Special Lecture of Space and Planetary Science I

地球磁気圏で起こる代表的な擾乱である磁気嵐とサブストームについて、太陽―地球結合の観点から最新の科学的知見を交えながら解説する。 Magnetic storms and substorms are known as the largest classes of the disturbances taking place in Earth’s magnetosphere. The cause and consequence of the disturbances are covered in terms of Sun-Earth connection on the basis of recently obtained results.

単位 Credit:1
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
講義使用言語 Language:日本語/英語 Japanese/English
35616-1071
GSC-EP6411L2
地球内部ダイナミクス
Dynamics of Earth's Interior
岩森 光
IWAMORI Hikaru
A1A2 金曜1限
Fri 1st

地球内部の動的現象(プレート運動,地震・火山活動,地殻変動,マントル対流,コア対流など)の実相と,それにかかわる物理的・化学的な理論・素過程を学ぶ.本講義を通して,地球のダイナミックな営みのメカニズムや時空間スケールを定量的に考察し,個々の地学現象をより正確に理解することを目指す.それにより,惑星「地球」の現在進行中の現象のみならず,歴史と未来を俯瞰することができるようになる. We learn dynamic processes of the Earth's interior (including plate motion, earthquake/volcanism, crustal deformation, mantle convection, core convection) and the physical-chemical theory and elemental processes behind them. Through quantitatively analyzing the mechanisms and processes in time and space, we aim to understand the individual geologic phenomena accurately, based on which on-going processes on the planet Earth, as well as their history and future, will be overviewed.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 理学部1号館中央棟 851 Faculty of Science Bldg.1 (center) 851
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
FEN-AM3221L1
FEN-AM3221L1
統計力学第一
Statistical Mechanics(1)
小芦 雅斗
Masato Koashi
S1S2 火曜1限
Tue 1st

統計力学は、原子・分子などの微視的な世界を記述する自然法則と、目に見える巨視的世界をつなぐ理論体系であり、物性物理学をはじめ、様々な分野の基礎となる理論体系である。本講義では、巨視的な世界を記述する熱力学を復習したうえで、古典力学や量子力学による微視的な運動の記述から出発して、対象となる系の熱力学的性質を導く考え方を学ぶ。 Statistical mechanics is a theory that connects the macroscopic world to physical laws governing microscopic entities such as atoms and molecules, and it forms a basis for various scientific fields including condensed matter physics. This lecture starts with a concise review of thermodynamics and then explains the principles and techniques for deriving thermodynamic properties from the knowledge of microscopic properties dictated by classical and quantum mechanics.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 工6号館 工63号講義室
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
31D350-0430S
Special Lecture on Global Society IV
Special Lecture on Global Society IV
ジロドウ イザベル
GIRAUDOU Isabelle
S1S2 火曜3限
Tue 3rd
Sustainable Development and Governance of the Global Commons

As the resources in the global commons fall outside the domain of jurisdictions of individual states, the need becomes pressing for collective, coherent decision-making mechanisms on how to govern the global commons. Understood as increasingly relevant for achieving sustainable development, governance of the global commons has been progressively extended to include new resources such as the subsurface, which is being used as an energy resource and storage space. Drawing on complementary fields of knowledge (Critical Environmental Law, Governance studies, STS*), this course examines the emergence of new regulatory frameworks addressing six global commons : high seas, the deep-sea bed, Antarctica, the subsurface, the atmosphere, and outer space. Through short interactive lectures, embedded case studies, scenario analysis, and role-play simulations, we will discuss a variety of regulatory frameworks, decision-making processes, institutional arrangements, and mechanisms, at the interface of science and policy. (*) For ‘Science, Technology and Society’ studies

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 21KOMCEE East K113 21KOMCEE East Room K113
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31M350-0430S
Special Lecture on Global Society IV
Special Lecture on Global Society IV
ジロドウ イザベル
GIRAUDOU Isabelle
S1S2 火曜3限
Tue 3rd
Sustainable Development and Governance of the Global Commons

As the resources in the global commons fall outside the domain of jurisdictions of individual states, the need becomes pressing for collective, coherent decision-making mechanisms on how to govern the global commons. Understood as increasingly relevant for achieving sustainable development, governance of the global commons has been progressively extended to include new resources such as the subsurface, which is being used as an energy resource and storage space. Drawing on complementary fields of knowledge (Critical Environmental Law, Governance studies, STS*), this course examines the emergence of new regulatory frameworks addressing six global commons : high seas, the deep-sea bed, Antarctica, the subsurface, the atmosphere, and outer space. Through short interactive lectures, embedded case studies, scenario analysis, and role-play simulations, we will discuss a variety of regulatory frameworks, decision-making processes, institutional arrangements, and mechanisms, at the interface of science and policy. (*) For ‘Science, Technology and Society’ studies

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 21KOMCEE East K113 21KOMCEE East Room K113
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08X0005A
FAS-XA4A05L3
Liberal Arts for Advanced Students II (a)
Liberal Arts for Advanced Students II (a)
堀田 千里
HOTTA Chisato
S1 水曜4限
Wed 4th
Hiroshima, Nagasaki and the Nuclear Crisis

Course Description: The course will explore the atomic bomb experience of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and its significance, which is nothing short of an unprecedented change in human history. We will begin by examining the road to the Asian Pacific War with a focus on the racial aspect of the war. We will not neglect to study Japan’s brutality on the Asian continent. We will analyze the forces which culminated in the atomic bombings and discuss why America dropped them. Then, we will explore the power of the atomic bombs by evaluating their physical, medical, and social effects on these two cities and their residents. Our investigations of these issues will include reading survivors’ accounts of the agony and destruction of the atomic bombings, and the roles and purposes of the ABCC (The Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission). At the same time, we will explore the Lucky Dragon No.5 incident of 1954, where a group of tuna fishermen were exposed to fallout from a U.S. hydrogen bomb experiment. This course, furthermore, discusses the situation of Korean atomic bomb victims, whose voices have long been suppressed. We will also briefly discuss the American POWs who were recently discovered to be among the A-bomb victims. We will then touch upon the significance of the former President Obama’s speech in Hiroshima. By absorbing historical studies, eyewitness accounts, documentary films, photographs, poems and animation, we will attempt to comprehend the realities of what happened at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Through this course, by recognizing the long-lasting impacts of the atomic bombs on human beings and society, we hope to understand anew their implications for the whole world at present; additionally, by addressing the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster, we will examine the impact of environmental degradation and the crisis of human existence. Furthermore, though this class, I hope that students will understand the implications of the present nuclear crisis on the Korean Peninsula. Course Objective: The primary objectives of this course are to strengthen students’ knowledge of the atomic bombings and to gain a greater understanding of them by critically examining diverse narratives. This class will provide students with an opportunity to consider not only how Hiroshima’s message can speak to the people who suffered under the brutal Japanese occupation in Asia, but also to contemplate the meaning and impact of the events in the contemporary world.

単位 Credit:1
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場1号館 116教室 Komaba Bldg.1 Room 116
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English

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