Seminar on Environmental Engineering I

Numbering Code G-ENG34 6Q011 SJ74 Year/Term 2021 ・ Intensive, First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Seminar
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Intensive
Instructor name OGURA DAISUKE (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
HARADA KAZUNORI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
TAKANO YASUSHI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course Seminar topics are selected among heat transfer, human comfort on thermal, lighting, sound sensation, building systems such as HVAC, water supply, sanitation and electricity. Through discussions, the participants are encouraged to understand deeply the subject and to develop ability to think themselves. To increase the progress of doctoral study, presentation and report are obligatory in order to receive instructions by professors and to join discussion among participants.
Course Goals The course intends to summarize the development of his/her own research, to develope skills to convey his/her ideas to the researchers in other areas and to join discussions in multiple viewpoints properly.
Schedule and Contents Research presentations and discussion,15times,Participants shall make presentations on the research of his/her own and make discussions among other participants and instructors.
Evaluation Methods and Policy Presentation of research contents of his/her own and discussions among other participants and professors are necessary. The degree of understanding, the ability of conducting research by his/her own intension, the skills of presentation will be evaluated. In addition, the interest to broader range of research area, the ability of finding and solving problems are judged.
Course Requirements As a general rule, students belonging to laboratories on the architectural environmental engineering are permitted to attend.
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) To be specified during the course.
Textbooks Textbooks/References To be specified during the course.
References, etc. Supplemental textbooks will be specified during the course if necessary.
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