Course title
F07937003
Seminar on Information and Communication Engineering

muto kenji Click to show questionnaire result at 2018

kamioka eiji

kanzawa yuuchi

gyoda koichi
and more...

kubota shuji

tanaka shinichi Click to show questionnaire result at 2017

hirose kazuhide

horie ryota

morino hiroaki

saitoh atsushi

miyata sumiko

LEE HEEYOUNG
Course description
This course aims to understand the communications engineering more deeply, and to improve the achievement level of knowledge to the specialized subjects necessary for the information and communications engineering. To realize these aims, students are assigned to the faculty members’ laboratories, and study to obtain deeper knowledge about each faculty member’s specialized field from base to the application. This course also aims at the preparation for the graduation thesis. In addition, not only charge faculty member's specialty but also the wide knowledge about communications engineering can be acquired.
Purpose of class
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Goals and objectives
  1. Acquire deeper knowledge and the skill about each laboratory and charge faculty member’s specialized field (from the base to the application).
  2. Acquire the wide knowledge about information and communication engineering.
  3. Acquire the necessary basic knowledge about the graduation research and thesis.
Language
Japanese(English accepted)
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Introduction Preview handouts 90minutes
2. 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. Preview handouts 90minutes
3. Assoc. Prof. Yuchi KANZAWA: Mathematics for fuzzy cluster analysis (mathematical formation of clustered data, mathematical methodology for fuzzy clustering, mathematical description of clustering application) Preview handouts 90minutes
4. 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. Preview handouts 90minutes
5. Prof. Shuji KUBOTA: Transmission technologies for wireless LAN, wireless broadband systems and short range wireless communication systems are introduced and explained. Preview handouts 90minutes
6. Assoc. Prof. Atsushi SAITO: Development of Sensor (especially chemical Sensors),Sensor data processing, Sensor data fusion. Preview handouts 90minutes
7. Prof. Shinichi TANAKA: High frequency devices and circuits, Microwave circuit design using techniques using CAD technologies, Introduction to current topics in microwave passive and active components. Preview handouts 90minutes
8. Prof. Kazuhide HIROSE: Microwave engineering, Antenna engineering, Analysis methods for electromagnetic wave problems Preview handouts 90minutes
9. Prof. Ryota HORIE: Brain computer interface, signal processing for analysis of electroencephalography signals Preview handouts 90minutes
10. Asst. Prof. Heeyoung LEE: Optical fiber sensing, Sensing photonics, Nonlinear optics Preview handouts 90minutes
11. Prof. Kenji MUTO: Sound signal processing, Environmental sound analysis, Active noise control. Preview handouts 90minutes
12. Prof. Hiroaki MORINO: Worldwide Live P2P streaming(P2PTV), Inter-vehicle wireless communication for safety assist, Disaster communication using wireless ad hoc networks by smartphones, Mobile sensing and wireless community networks. Preview handouts 90minutes
13. 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, and
Security of wireless and communication networks.
Preview handouts 90minutes
14. Wrap up presentation Preview handouts 90minutes
Total. - - 1260minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

Evaluation Total.
1. 40% 40%
2. 30% 30%
3. 30% 30%
Total. 100% -
Evaluation method and criteria
-Grade is judged by the contents of presentations and reports (50%), by the depth of understanding through the discussions and Q&A (50%). Some faculty members may use another evaluation method and criteria.
-Passing standard is over 60%.
-The minimum score of 60% can be obtained if the student has reached the level to be able to solve 60% of the projects assigned by the lecturer.
Textbooks and reference materials
Each faculty member will indicate them.
Prerequisites
Review courses (specialized in communications engineering) that are taken before.
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
  • No relevance to environmental education
Regionally-oriented
Non-regionally-oriented course
Development of social and professional independence
  • Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge
  • Course that cultivates a basic interpersonal skills
  • Course that cultivates a basic problem-solving skills
Active-learning course
Most classes are interactive
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicatable
N/A N/A
Education related SDGs:the Sustainable Development Goals
    Last modified : Fri Apr 03 04:18:33 JST 2020