Hiroshima University Syllabus

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Academic Year 2023Year School/Graduate School Liberal Arts Education Program
Lecture Code 51004002 Subject Classification Area Courses
Subject Name 産業と技術[旧パッケージ]
Subject Name
Subject Name in
Industry and Technology
ナカヤマ ユウショウ,カメダ スグル,ワキタニ シン,ヤマダ ケイジ,ムツダ ヒデミ,ジョウザキ トモユキ,スゲタ アツシ,ムラマツ ヒサヨシ,ニシジマ ワタル,フジエ マコト,タナカ ヨシカズ
Campus Higashi-Hiroshima Semester/Term 1st-Year,  Second Semester,  4Term
Days, Periods, and Classrooms (4T) Mon1-4:IAS K103
Lesson Style Lecture Lesson Style
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Credits 2.0 Class Hours/Week   Language of Instruction J : Japanese
Course Level 1 : Undergraduate Introductory
Course Area(Area) 25 : Science and Technology
Course Area(Discipline) 10 : Integrated Engineering
Eligible Students Students with an interest in modern industry and technology
Keywords Industry, Society, Advanced Material, Advanced technology, Technology Development, Technology Innovation, Engineering 
Special Subject for Teacher Education   Special Subject  
Class Status within
Liberal Arts Education
Area Courses(Courses in Natural Sciences) Category:Physics / Astronomy / Applied Physics
【As for student who enrolled after AY2018, and if they take this subject and get credit, this subject are regarded as “Area Courses“. But as for the student who enrolled before AY2017, “Package-Based Subject”. And also, for the student who enrolled before AY2017, if they take this subject, not regarded as “Area Courses”.】 
Expected Outcome1. To be able to explain the changes that technological advances have brought so far to industry and social structures, and the impact of advanced technology on our lives.
2. To be able to explain historical and contemporary issues that span multiple academic disciplines from multifaceted perspectives. 
Class Objectives
/Class Outline
To recognize what changes advances in technology previously bring to industry and social structure and to think about what influences advanced technologies currently make on our life. 
Class Schedule Lesson 1: Guidance, Polymer industry supporting our daily life (Yuushou Nakayama)
Lesson 2: Machining for manufacuturing (Keiji Yamada)
Lesson 3: Eco-friendly transportation science (Hidemi Mutsuda)
Lesson 4: Future robot industry and mechanical engineering (Hisayoshi Muramatsu)
Lesson 5: Plasma technology and energy source development (Tomoyuki Jozaki)
Lesson 6: Manufacturing based on failure (Atsushi Sugeta)
Lesson 7: Structure and nondestructive inspection (Yoshikazu Tanaka)
Lesson 8: Wireless communication network (1) (Suguru Kameda)
Lesson 9: Wireless communication network (2) (Suguru Kameda)
Lesson 10: Introduction to feedback control for industrial systems (Shin Wakitani)
Lesson 11: Environmentally friendly bioplastics (Yuushou Nakayama)
Lesson 12: Technologies for a sustainable society (1) (Wataru Nishijima)
Lesson 13: Technologies for a sustainable society (2) (Wataru Nishijima)
Lesson 14: Application of life sciences to industrial use (1) (Makoto Fujie)
Lesson 15: Application of life sciences to industrial use (2) (Makoto Fujie)

Regarding assignment, report and/or examination, an instructor will provide guidance in each lesson.
The Lesson 1 will be held at the second class (3rd and 4th periods, 10:30~12:00) on Monday, December 4. 
No textbook is specified.
Documents will be distributed if necessary.
PC or AV used in
(More Details) Handouts, PC(PowerPoint) 
Learning techniques to be incorporated  
Suggestions on
Preparation and
Lesson 1: Following a short guidance of the entire course, the first lecture will be given. Lessons 1-15: From many different industrial fields, various technological issues will be lectured and discussed to understand today's industry and technologies.
Course materials and handouts will be provided in each lecture. No specialized knowledge or prerequisites is required.  
Requirements Students are expected to have a strong interest in trends of modern industry and technology. The lectures will present many latest and interesting challenges in various industries and technologies. Students from any majors will be welcome. 
Grading Method Each instructor gives a score by evaluating the assignment, report and/or examination results. The grade is the sum of the score given by each instructor, considering the teaching load of an instructor. A pass grade is more than 60%. 
Practical Experience  
Summary of Practical Experience and Class Contents based on it  
Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.
Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching. 
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