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View of Advanced Electrical/ Electronic and Information Engineering(2.0 credits)

Course Type:Related Specialized Courses
Class Format:Lecture
Course Name : Chemistry Fundamental and Applied Physics Automotive Engineering Automotive Engineering
Starts 1 : 3 Autumn Semester 4 Autumn Semester 4 Autumn Semester 4 Autumn Semester
Elective/Compulsory : Elective Elective Elective Elective
Lecturer : Associated Faculty   Associated Faculty   Associated Faculty  

•Course Purpose
This course discusses the fundamentals of, and current topics in each field of the advanced electrical, electronic and information engineering, with an overview of the status of their researches and developments in Japan. Topics to be introduced are those related with energy, material and device, information and communication, multimedia and so on.
Students will be familiar with the most advanced technologies in the above subject matter.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Physics, Electromagnetics, Mathematics

•Course Topics
This course consists of two parts:
1. Six lectures in the classroom which will be given by faculty members.
2. Tours to three laboratories of companies and/or research organizations.

These six lectures are divided three pairs of lectures and each pair is on one of Electrical Engineering, Electronics, and Information and Communication Engineering. Each lecture covers from the fundamental to the cutting-edge topics of the research area of the faculty member responsible to it.
During three tours, students will visit laboratories on energy generation and novel materials.

Submission of a report after each lecture and tour is mandatory.

Some books will be introduced in the lecture.

•Additional Reading
Some books will be introduced in the lecture.

•Grade Assessment
Submission of a report after each lecture and tour is mandatory. A knowledge of lectured advanced technologies in electrical,electronic and information engineering is evaluated by the reports. The final score is determined based on scores of these reports.Students must obtain a score of 60 or higher out of 100 to pass the course.

Although the time slots assigned to this course are 3rd period (13:00-14:30) and 4th period (14:45-16:15),the tours may take longer time and finish after 16:15.
Students must attend all lectures and join all tours. If there is a student who missed a tour without notice, it compromises the reputation of Nagoya university.

•Contacting Faculty
Students are encouraged to ask questions during and after lectures.
Faculty members can also be contacted at their offices, as well as by phone or email.


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