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Examples of classes

  • Information and Communication Sciences Lab. I
    (Compulsory Course in the Department of Information and Communication Sciences)
    Students perform experiments on semiconductor devices, electronic circuits, logic operations, electrical circuits, and digital operations to gain a profound understanding of computers and communication hardware. Students are divided into groups, and those in each group work together to perform experiments, organize data, and hold discussions. After that, they add theoretical considerations and discussions to complete laboratory reports. Students can experience and learn subjects that are difficult to understand only from textbooks, by seeing with their own eyes and using their own hands.
    • The instructor provides explanations and hints to deepen understanding while examining the experimental system.
    • Students connect pieces of experimental equipment themselves and learn how to handle measuring equipment.
    • Students perform experiments by cooperating with each other while exchanging opinions.
    • Students perform experiments while confirming correctness and accuracy by evaluating data compiled on a computer.
  • Informatics Exercise II
    (Compulsory Course in the Department of Information and Communication Sciences)
    Students learn Python, a widely used standard programming language for data science and machine learning. They make actual programs in a large computer laboratory while working on the basics of Python programming and on various exercises. In addition, by adopting active learning, programming skills are acquired effectively while the independence of students is well respected.
    • Both students and instructors are required to wear masks during face-to-face exercises.
    • Visual Studio Code is used as the editor for Python codes.
    • Feel free to ask questions during the exercises.
    • A computer room is available for face-to-face lessons for up to 156 students at the same time.