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5112131
GPP-MP5P10L3
横断型 University-wide
Science, Technology and Public Policy
Science, Technology and Public Policy
城山 英明
Hideaki Shiroyama
A1 火曜2限 金曜2限
Tue 2nd Fri 2nd
Science, Technology and Public Policy

The development and diffusion of science innovative technologies is indispensable for modern society. However, despite its benefits, the development of science and technology is not without various risks and social problems. So far as we are going to make societal decisions for the use of science and technologies with diverse social implications that encompass both risks and benefits, sometimes involving values implications, there is a need for mechanisms of decision making and management of the development and utilization of science and technology. Decisions can be different depending on environmental, institutional and cultural conditions. In addition, innovative policy instruments/ mechanisms to deal with rapidly changing science and technology, including regulatory measuesmeasures, are required for implementing decisions. This course will deal with wide range of issues from local to global levels faced at the interface areas between science, technology and public policy from comparative perspective of Japan, the US and Europe. It offers key theoretical issues surrounding Science and Technology and provides students with the tools and frameworks, such as risk assessment/ management and transition management, to analyze them. This course invites students from both natural science backgrounds (i.e. the graduate school of engineering, new frontier science and so on) and social science backgrounds (graduate school of public policy, law and politics, and economicsand public policy). We expect students to acquire interdisciplinary perspective in addition to their primary major, which is one of the critical skill in analyzing complex social technical issues posed by science and technology.

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E International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room E
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5175006
GPP-DP6P80L3
国際安全保障研究:政治学系(Science,Technology and Public Policy)
International Security: Politics(Science,Technology and Public Policy)
城山 英明
Hideaki Shiroyama
A1 火曜2限 金曜2限
Tue 2nd Fri 2nd
Science, Technology and Public Policy

The development and diffusion of science innovative technologies is indispensable for modern society. However, despite its benefits, the development of science and technology is not without various risks and social problems. So far as we are going to make societal decisions for the use of science and technologies with diverse social implications that encompass both risks and benefits, sometimes involving values implications, there is a need for mechanisms of decision making and management of the development and utilization of science and technology. Decisions can be different depending on environmental, institutional and cultural conditions. In addition, innovative policy instruments/ mechanisms to deal with rapidly changing science and technology, including regulatory measuesmeasures, are required for implementing decisions. This course will deal with wide range of issues from local to global levels faced at the interface areas between science, technology and public policy from comparative perspective of Japan, the US and Europe. It offers key theoretical issues surrounding Science and Technology and provides students with the tools and frameworks, such as risk assessment/ management and transition management, to analyze them. This course invites students from both natural science backgrounds (i.e. the graduate school of engineering, new frontier science and so on) and social science backgrounds (graduate school of public policy, law and politics, and economicsand public policy). We expect students to acquire interdisciplinary perspective in addition to their primary major, which is one of the critical skill in analyzing complex social technical issues posed by science and technology.

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E International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room E
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
47190-41
GFS-IS6C10L3
横断型 University-wide
環境・技術政策過程論
Process of Environmental and Technology Policies
城山 英明
Hideaki Shiroyama
A1 火曜2限 金曜2限
Tue 2nd Fri 2nd

The development and diffusion of science innovative technologies is indispensable for modern society. However, despite its benefits, the development of science and technology is not without various risks and social problems. So far as we are going to make societal decisions for the use of science and technologies with diverse social implications that encompass both risks and benefits, sometimes involving values implications, there is a need for mechanisms of decision making and management of the development and utilization of science and technology. Decisions can be different depending on environmental, institutional and cultural conditions. In addition, innovative policy instruments/ mechanisms to deal with rapidly changing science and technology, including regulatory measuesmeasures, are required for implementing decisions. This course will deal with wide range of issues from local to global levels faced at the interface areas between science, technology and public policy from comparative perspective of Japan, the US and Europe. It offers key theoretical issues surrounding Science and Technology and provides students with the tools and frameworks, such as risk assessment/ management and transition management, to analyze them. This course invites students from both natural science backgrounds (i.e. the graduate school of engineering, new frontier science and so on) and social science backgrounds (graduate school of public policy, law and politics, and economicsand public policy). We expect students to acquire interdisciplinary perspective in addition to their primary major, which is one of the critical skill in analyzing complex social technical issues posed by science and technology.

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E International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room E
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
47100-22
GFS-AM6F15L1
物質系特別講義Ⅱ
Special Lecture on Advanced Materials Science Ⅱ

S1S2 集中
Intensive 
Advanced low-temperature plasma science and technology

The objectives of this short course are to provide a brief overview of recent development (advancement) of low-temperature plasma science and technology in several highlighted areas. The lecture will cover on new insights of low-temperature plasma interface related with electronics, photonics, and material sciences which we never been there before. In addition, the process of technology transfer from an invention to real applications as well as experiences of becoming start-up entrepreneur will be introduced.

単位 Credit:1
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 新領域基盤棟 2F 物質系講義室 Transdisciplinary Sciences GSFS 2F Adv.Mat.Sci. Lecture Room
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
47100-57
GFS-AM6F06L1
プラズマ材料科学
Plasma Materials Science
寺嶋 和夫
Kazuo Terashima
A2 集中
Intensive 
プラズマ材料科学(1) Plasma Materials Science

固体、液体、気体に続く第4の物質の状態ー"プラズマ"。プラズマのもつ各種の特異物性は純粋な物質科学としての学問的興味のみならず、プラズマを用いた先端半導体やバイオマテリアルなどの材料プロセス技術、プラズマデスプレーなどの光応用、フロンなどの環境有害物質処理など、幅広い物質科学技術の分野で必要不可欠な基盤科学技術となっている。本講義では、マテリアル(物質・材料)の創製に用いられる"プロセスプラズマ"を対象にして、その発生、物性、および、プロセシングへの応用についての講義を行う。先端マテリアルデバイス開発に必要不可欠なプロセスプラズマの理解を深めることを目標とする。 Plasma Materials Science is now one of the most fundamental in materials science and engineering. For example, plasma-based surface processes are indispensable for manufacturing the integrated circuits used by the electronics industry. Plasma processing is also an important technology in the aerospace, automotive, biomedical, and toxic waste management industry. The field is interdisciplinary, combining the area of plasma physics, surface science, gas-phase science, and atomic and molecular physics. In this lecture, we study plasma materials science in order to deeply understand process plasma for advanced materials development.

単位 Credit:1
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 新領域基盤棟 2F 物質系講義室 Transdisciplinary Sciences GSFS 2F Adv.Mat.Sci. Lecture Room
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
5112250
GPP-MP5P10L3
Introduction to Social Science
Introduction to Social Science
ORSI Roberto
ORSI Roberto
A1A2 集中
Intensive 
The course provides an overview of epistemological and methodological concepts, issues and techniques concerning the production of scientifically relevant knowledge in the domain of social sciences. It is designed and intended for an audience of post-graduate or doctoral students coming from both quantitative and qualitative backgrounds, therefore including students of natural and applied sciences. It proceeds from the illustration of key basic concepts in defining research activities and production of knowledge, with particular reference to their historical evolution in philosophical debates, to the clarification of methodological choices for a number of social science disciplines, to the exploration of themes which are contingent to methodological questions, such as methodological pluralism and interdisciplinarity, ethics of scientific research and effective communication. The course will also focus on Sustainable Development Goals to illustrate examples related from current global issue in order to illustrate the nexus between social science, technological applications, and social transformation.

At the end of the course, the student should have familiarised with the key concepts informing epistemological and methodological debates in social science, such as hypothesis, theory, falsification, verification, covering law, causality, with particular consideration for positivistic paradigms and anti- or post-positivistic reactions. The student should be aware of the specific difficulties of social scientific disciplines in studying human societies arising from the problematic separation between the studied object and the studying subject, and the link between social science and the political dimension. He should familiarise with problems of social research design, starting from the specificities characterizing the various stages of social science research. The student should become aware of the functional classification of social science methods in qualitative and quantitative, familiarising with a number of techniques in both domains, while grasping that contemporary social research increasingly requires the application of different methods and interdisciplinary approaches, which also lead to the necessity of teamwork coordination. The course also aims at providing a large variety of examples where the concepts and principles described above find their application and didactical clarification. Those examples will focus in particular on the study of technology and its social impact, especially drawing on SGDs. Finally, the student should become aware of the moral implications, limits and rules informing social science research, as well as of the role and importance of effective communication in the social sciences.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
3792-146
GEN-TM6n49L3
横断型 University-wide
Science, Technology and Public Policy
Science, Technology and Public Policy
城山 英明
Hideaki Shiroyama
A1 火曜2限 金曜2限
Tue 2nd Fri 2nd

This course will deal with wide range of issues from local to global levels faced at the interface areas between science, technology and public policy from comparative perspective of Japan, the US and Europe. It offers key theoretical issues surrounding Science and Technology and provides students with the tools and frameworks, such as risk assessment/ management and transition management, to analyze them. This course invites students from both natural science backgrounds (i.e. the graduate school of engineering, new frontier science and so on) and social science backgrounds (graduate school of public policy, law and politics, and economicsand public policy). We expect students to acquire interdisciplinary perspective in addition to their primary major, which is one of the critical skill in analyzing complex social technical issues posed by science and technology.

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E International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room E
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
35616-6002
GSC-EP6123S2
横断型 University-wide
海洋基礎科学
Basic Ocean Sciences
日比谷 紀之
HIBIYA, Toshiyuki
A1A2 金曜4限
Fri 4th
海洋基礎科学  Basic Ocean Sciences

海洋は地球上の水の97%を保持しているだけでなく、絶えずそれを循環させ、地球の気候や環境を制御している。また、その中では光合成による活発な一次生産が行われ、豊かな生態系を支えると同時に、地球上の元素循環に大きな影響を与えている。 海底では,海洋底の拡大や沈み込みといったダイナミックな運動が見られると同時に、地球上の8割の火山・熱水活動が起こっている。それらは互いに関連しあって地球システムを形成しており、海の理解なしに惑星地球を理解することはできない。この講義では、それらの現象を概観し、環境や資源といった社会とのつながりが深い部分についても触れる。当授業の後半では、多様な海洋生物のそれぞれの特性を活かした研究と今後の展望について、海洋の現場で活躍する臨海実験所・大気海洋研究所の教員が基礎生物学の立場から解説する。 The ocean contains about 97% of the terrestrial water and regulates Earth's climate. Photosynthesis at the surface of the ocean supports not only fertile ecosystem but also influences the global geochemical cycle within the water column. Plate tectonics controls the dynamics beneath the seafloor including volcanism, hydrothermal activity, and other processes. Altogether, interaction among individual portions of the ocean constructs the major part of the Earth system. In other words, no one can understand the Earth without subtle knowledge of the ocean. In this class, general introduction to the related scientific aspects will be presented as collaborative effort of Departments of Earth and Planetary Science and Biological Sciences.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 理学部1号館中央棟 739 Faculty of Science Bldg.1 (center) 739
講義使用言語 Language:日本語/英語 Japanese/English
0530081
FSC-CH4113L3
化学特別講義Ⅶ
Special Lecture on Advanced ChemistryⅦ
化学専攻各教員
Professor in charge
S1S2 集中
Intensive 
0530081 化学特別講義Ⅶ/ Special Lecture on Advanced ChemistryⅦ

化学専攻と工学系化学3専攻(応用化学専攻、化学システム工学専攻、化学生命 工学専攻)が連携し、理工の枠を超えた教育と国際性豊かな人材育成を目指し、 外国人招聘教授や国内の専門家による最先端化学に関する講義を行う。 講師や日程など詳細については、決まり次第化学科掲示板にて周知する。 The Department of Chemistry and the three chemistry-related departments at the Graduate School of Engineering (Department of Applied Chemistry, Department of Chemical System Engineering, and Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology) jointly provide lectures on cutting-edge fields of chemistry, with the goal of transcending the boundary between science and engineering to enhance education and foster young researchers with global perspectives. Lectures will be given by invited professors from abroad and specialists from Japan. Information about lecturer and schedule will be announced on the billboard in Department of Chemistry. Course Title: Molecular magnetism in conjugated carbon materials: the structural, electronic and quantum properties. Graphene, a single-layer network of carbon atoms, shows outstanding electrical and mechanical properties and, when cut into pieces at the nanometer-scale, it should exhibit halfmetallicity, quantum confinement and edge effects. Controlling the dynamics of spins in carbon nanosystems is not only interesting because we are introducing a spin degree of freedom in a material that is otherwise diamagnetic, but also pivotal to the design of spintronic and quantum computing devices. As a result, magnetic phenomena in graphene have undergone intense theoretical scrutiny, but experimental investigations are hampered by the lack of the required atomic control over the morphology. Edges, and that the proposed graphene terminations are usually chemically unstable, and standard top-down methods are just too rough. Several questions remain untested: what is the effect of the topology and morphology of the graphene? How can molecular spins be assembled into hybrid structures? What is the influence of the graphene environment on the spin? Can molecules be used to control coherent currents in graphene devices? Here we try to provide an overview of the origin and future of these questions, discussing spin-graphene interactions and the relevance of a molecular approach to the design of magnetic materials in exploring these properties. The lecture series will start with the introduction to the realm of nanoscale and molecular magnetism, with an introduction to classical and quantum spin properties. We will then introduce, with a general overview, the transport and applicative potential of graphene, especially when in nanostructures. Special attention will be devoted to molecular ways of producing graphene-like molecular systems, and we shall then discuss the magnetism of organic materials, and molecular pathways towards different functionalities. Eventually, we shall provide an overview of the techniques used for the investigation of these aterials, such as single-molecule transport, scanning tunnelling microscopy and pulsed electron paramagnetic resonance. The lecture will also cover perspectives in instrumentation development and trends in the detection of single spins, with particular attention to the potential that instrument with ultimate detection have to usher novel devices and applications. Eventually we shall discuss future challenges in the area, and the last part of the lecture series will then lead into the final seminar, where we will present some of our own results. Teaching staff: Prof.Lapo Bogani (University of Oxford)

単位 Credit:1
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 理学部1号館中央棟 340講義室 Faculty of Science Bldg.1 (center) Room #340
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31D350-0322A
Theory of Normativity in Global Society I
Theory of Normativity in Global Society I
ジロドウ イザベル
GIRAUDOU Isabelle
A1A2 未定
To Be Arranged 
Science, Technology & Society (STS) Studies : Global Environmental Science and Governance

Described as a ‘dynamic and innovative intellectual field’, STS investigates both how science and technology shape social life and the world around us, and how the latter in turn shape developments in science and technology. This course examines in particular how STS has contributed to the increasingly vital debates over how humans should respond to global environmental change. Through short interactive lectures and a number of case studies focusing on climate change, biodiversity loss, and emerging technologies, we explore from a critical perspective both 1) the social shaping of knowledge about the global environment, and 2) the growing role of science and scientific institutions in identifying and monitoring global environmental change, assessing impacts and shaping responses.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 未定 To Be Arranged
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English

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