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Laboratory Visit 1 U4(4.0 credits)

Division at courseDoctor's Course
Course Type:
Class Format:Practice
Department Name : common
Starts 1 : 1 Spring and Autumn Semester
Starts 2 2 Spring and Autumn Semester
Lecturer : Associated Faculty  

•Course Purpose
The aim of this course is to expand the student’s ability as a researcher by conducting a research at a different laboratory and learn different methods and ways of thinking, as well as communicate with other researchers in related fields.

By completing the course, the students are expected to acquire various research methods and ways of thinking, and gain the ability to tackle research problems from multiple angles.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Basic and specialized subjects related to the research subject

•Course Topics
Students will conduct research at a different laboratory. The host laboratory will be chosen based on the participant’s research field and interest from other laboratories within the campus, other universities, research institutes and companies. The course consists of the following contents.
1. Theme setting and literature review
2. Formulating the research plan
3. Analyzing the results and discussion
4. Presentation of the results

After the class, students should review the analyzing process of the obtained results and investigate related literatures.

Will be introduced at the host laboratory depending on the research subject

•Additional Reading
Will be introduced at the host laboratory if necessary

•Grade Assessment
41 days or more and 60 days or less research in the host laboratory and submitting a report is a prerequisite. Evaluation will be based on the student's report and the evaluation by the supervisor in the host laboratory. To pass, the students have to demonstrate that they have the capacity to adequately analyze the results and have acquired the basic knowledge to interpret the results. Grading will be decided from P (pass) or NP (not passed).

Nothing particularly needed

•Contacting Faculty
Questions will be answered by the supervisors at the host laboratory during the course.


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