Course title
Introduction to Information and Communication Engineering I

muto kenji Click to show questionnaire result at 2018

kamioka eiji

kanzawa yuuchi

gyoda koichi
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kubota shuji

saitoh atsushi

miyata sumiko
Course description
This course aims to understand the overview of advanced research topics about information and communications engineering. 6 of 12 faculty members give lectures biweekly about their research themes and topics in omnibus form. Not only charge faculty member's specialty but also the basic and wide knowledge about communications engineering can be acquired.
Purpose of class
The students taking this course will be able to understand the overview of advanced research topics on information and communication engineering.
Goals and objectives
  1. Acquire an overview of advanced research topics about information and communication engineering.
  2. Understand the basic principles of information and communication technology.
  3. Develop skills to understand the implications of information and communication technologies applied in the society
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Guidance Read and understand the handouts. 190minutes
2. Lecture from Prof. Yuchi KANZAWA: Yuchi KANZAWA: Mathematics for fuzzy cluster analysis (mathematical formation of clustered data, mathematical methodology for fuzzy clustering, mathematical description of clustering application) Read and understand the handouts. 190minutes
3. Lecture from Prof. Eiji KAMIOKA: Mobile Multimedia Communications, Ubiquitous Computing Networks, Ambient Intelligence, Context-aware Computing, Communications Quality, User Satisfaction of Information and Communication Services, Information Systems using Biological Information. Read and understand the handouts. 190minutes
4. Lecture from Prof. Shuji KUBOTA: Transmission technologies for wireless LAN, short range wireless communication systems and advanced RFID Services are introduced and discussed. Read and understand the handouts. 190minutes
5. Lecture from Assoc. Prof. Atsushi SAITO: Chemical sensor acting for our taste sense and olfactory sense and its application, Sensor data processing and sensor data fusion for recognition of complex contents. Read and understand the handouts. 190minutes
6. Lecture from Prof. Koichi GYODA: Emergency wireless communications network construction technologies, Ad hoc networking for remote controlled rescue robots, inter-vehicle communications, etc., Information and communication technologies required at the disasters. Read and understand the handouts. 190minutes
7. Lecture from Assoc. Prof. Sumiko MIYATA:
Resource allocation and admission control in networks
Media access control analysis for the optical network (EPON)
Cooperative networks
Game theory, queuing theory and its applications in networks
Security of wireless and communication networks.
Read and understand the handouts. 190minutes
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Total. - - 1330minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

Test Total.
1. 100% 100%
Total. 100% -
Evaluation method and criteria
-Grade is judged by examination (100%).
-Passing standard is over 60%.
Minimum score of 60 points will be obtained by outline.
Textbooks and reference materials
Each faculty member will indicate them.
See the information of each laboratory or faculty staff by web.
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
  • After the class.
Relation to the environment
Non-environment-related course
Non-regionally-oriented course
Development of social and professional independence
  • Non-social and professional independence development course
Active-learning course
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicatable
Last modified : Mon Apr 08 04:02:15 JST 2019