Learn the Japanese concept of Monozukuri: the art of making
things" starting with the philosophy including lectures from
Tokyo Tech faculty, various examples from Japanese Industry, and the Tokyo Tech student clubs. In addition, the principles of experiential learning are also introduced.
Computations are what computers, including those utilizing Artificial Intelligent algorithms, are actually doing. Learn about the basic and key concepts of computer science while experiencing how to program and design “computational algorithms.”
Learn the fundamentals/applications of autophagy through the inspirational story of Yoshinori Ohsumi’s research, for which he was awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine and an array of other prizes.
The term “Computation” refers to the action performed by a computer. A computation can be a basic operation and it can also be a sophisticated computer simulation requiring a large amount of data and substantial resources. This course aims at introducing learners with no prior knowledge to basics and key concepts of computer science. By following the lectures and exercises of this course you will have an understanding of algorithms and you will get a real experience of programming using the language Ruby.
Japanese Architecture and Structural Design
Intrigued about design detailing and structural components that go into creating a visually appealing building?
After all, beauty need not be compromised to ensure strength!
Find out how earthquake resilient structures are designed to be elegant and strong in our new edx course Japanese Architecture and Structural Design!