Curriculum and Academic Staff

Master's Course 

LecturesAcademic StaffOutline
Introduction to Bio-nano Science Fusion
(Lecture)
Toru MaekawaBio-nano fusion science is one of the most important subjects in the 21st Century. In this seminar, typical studies such as the creation of nanostructures and bio-nano robots and the designing and fabrication of nano/micro environmental and biomedical devices, which have been carried out at the Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre, are introduced in order to motivate the Master Course students to carry out advanced research by international standard.
English for Science and Technology
(Lecture)
Toru MaekawaThe ultimate aim is to create advanced researchers by international standards. Each student will eventually be able to read and understand scientific papers published in international journals of high impact factors. Each student will finally be able to write scientific articles of high standard in English.
D. Sakthi Kumar
Fundamental Mathematics
(Lecture)
Hisao MorimotoThe aim of this lecture is to introduce students to the mathematical methods and concepts which are useful in bio-nano science research. The lecture is designed even for students who are unfamiliar with the mathematical methods and therefore the lecture will be started by reviewing the fundamental concepts.
Fundamental Physics
(Lecture)
Shunji KurosuThe ultimate aim is to create advanced researchers who can understand the fundamental concepts constructing physical sciences. The lecture is designed even for students from non-physical background, focusing on the history, basic ideas and future of physical sciences.
Fundamental Chemistry
(Lecture)
Shunji KurosuThe ultimate aim is to create advanced researchers who can understand the fundamental concepts of chemistry.
Fundamental Biotechnology
(Lecture)
M. Sheikh MohamedBiotechnology is a field using cells or their materials to create pharmaceutical, diagnostic, agricultural, environmental, and other products to benefit society. This lecture focuses on the various applications of microbial-biotechnology. Knowledge in microbiology is growing exponentially through the determination of genomic sequences of hundreds of microorganisms and the invention of new technologies using microorganisms. Several examples of these applications are introduced for students to learn fundamental biotechnology. In this course, students should understand a genetic engineering, a biocatalysis, a production of proteins, biopolymers, amino acids, and antibiotics.
Microbiology
(Lecture)
Toru MizukiMicroorganisms are regarded as most valuable research tools for exploring basic life science. This lecture covers the principles of cell structures and functions, classification and diversity, biochemical characteristics, genetics, biotechnology and industrial application.
Extremophiles
(Lecture)
Toru MizukiThere are variety of microcreatures, which can survive under extreme conditions such as high/low temperature, high pressure, high/low pH and high concentrations of salt. Some bacteria can live even in organic solvents. In this lecture, extremophiles are focused on and discuss the application of them to industries.
Nanoelectronics
(Lecture)
Tatsuro HanajiriThis lecture is designed for understanding fundamentals of physics in nano material and electronics, and fundamentals and advanced techniques of characterization of nano materials and fabrication of nano structures.
Nano Materials
(Lecture)
Shunji KurosuThe ultimate aim is to create advanced researchers who can understand the fundamental concepts of chemistry. The lecture is designed even for students from non-chemical background, focusing on the history and basic ideas of chemistry.
Bio materials and Nanotechnology
(Lecture)
D. Sakthi Kumar

Aim of this course is to introduce biomaterials and the impact of nanotechnology in biomaterials field.

Bio Nano Science
(Lecture)
D. Sakthi Kumar

This course aims to introduce the latest research field based on the fusion of nanoscience and biotechnology to students. In this course students will learn about the interplay between the nanotechnology and biotechnology and its applications in medical as well as other fields.

Advanced Nano Science and Nanotechnology
(Lecture)
D.Sakthi Kumar

This course aims to introduce the advanced nano science and nanotechnology to students. This course will provide students to learn the latest research areas and research happening in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. This course is designed to teach students about the nanomaterials and its latest applications in materials science world, biotechnology electronics field etc.

Workshop on Advanced Equipment I
(Workshop)
 This lecture focuses on the basic physical, chemical, electronic and optical principles and mechanisms of advanced equipment and machines, which are essential for nanotechnology research. The students will eventually be able to operate the advanced equipment and machines.
No class in 2018
 
Workshop on Advanced Equipment II
(Workshop)
 This lecture focuses on the basic physical, chemical, electronic and optical principles and mechanisms of advanced equipment and machines, which are essential for nanotechnology research. The students will eventually be able to operate the advanced equipment and machines.
No class in 2018
 
Workshop on Advanced Equipment III
(Workshop)
Tomofumi UkaiThis lecture focuses on the basic physical, chemical, electronic and optical principles and mechanisms of advanced equipment and machines, which are essential for nanotechnology research. The students will eventually be able to operate the advanced equipment and machines.
Shunji Kurosu
Takashi Uchida
Workshop on Advanced Equipment IV
(Workshop)
Tomofumi UkaiThis lecture focuses on the basic physical, chemical, electronic and optical principles and mechanisms of advanced equipment and machines, which are essential for nanotechnology research. The students will eventually be able to operate the advanced equipment and machines.
Shunji Kurosu
Takashi Uchida
Web Education I
(Research)
Toru MaekawaEach student summarises her/his research plan, surveying important papers related to the subject, make presentation materials in English and finally gives a presentation about the research plan, which will be distributed on the web “GEOSET TOYO”.
Shunji Kurosu
Web Education II
(Research)
Toru MaekawaEach student summarises the results of her/his research, surveying important papers related to the subject, make presentation materials in English and finally gives a presentation about the results, which will be distributed on the web “GEOSET TOYO”.
Shunji Kurosu
Bio-Nano Science Fusion Research I (Research)Tatsuro Hanajiri, Toru Maekawa, Hisao Morimoto, D. Sakthi Kumar, Tomofumi Ukai, Shunji Kurosu, M. Sheikh Mohamed
Bio-Nano Science Fusion Research II (Research)
Bio-Nano Science Fusion Research III (Research)
Bio-Nano Science Fusion Research IV (Research)
Bio-Nano Science Fusion Seminar I (Research)
Bio-Nano Science Fusion Seminar II (Research)
Bio-Nano Science Fusion Seminar III (Research)
Bio-Nano Science Fusion Seminar IV (Research)

Doctoral Course

CoursesAcademic Staff
Advanced Bio-Nano Science Fusion Research ITatsuro Hanajiri, Toru Maekawa, Hisao Morimoto, D. Sakthi Kumar, Tomofumi Ukai, Shunji Kurosu, M. Sheikh Mohamed
Advanced Bio-Nano Science Fusion Research II
Advanced Bio-Nano Science Fusion Research III
Advanced Bio-Nano Science Fusion Research IV
Advanced Bio-Nano Science Fusion Research V
Advanced Bio-Nano Science Fusion Research VI
Supervised Bio-Nano Science Fusion ResearchTatsuro Hanajiri, Toru Maekawa, Hisao Morimoto, D. Sakthi Kumar, Tomofumi Ukai, Shunji Kurosu, M. Sheikh Mohamed

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