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日韓集中講義 履修登録専用サイト

日韓集中講義
履修登録
専用サイト

Application website
for the Short Intensive Course Program between UTokyo and SNU

Application website
for the Short Intensive
Course Program
between
UTokyo and SNU

このサイトは東大とソウル国立大学工科大学による、日韓集中講義の履修登録専用サイトです。

This is the application website for the Short Intensive Course Program between UTokyo and Seoul National University (SNU).

Current course offerings (2021A2/W)

Current course offerings
(2021A2/W)

Students who would like to take the following courses need to download and complete the Application Form (Excel file), and submit it to the secretariat office via the email address below.

seut_global30.t[at]gs.mail.u-tokyo.ac.jp (please change [at] to @)

*Students who have already registered for the course listed below via UTAS don't need to submit this form.


You can view the course details clicking the link.

red [W] January 26-28, 2022 (3days+Exam)
Water Surface Waves

Lecturer:
Yong Sung Park, Associate Professor,
Department of Civil and Environment Engineering,
College of Engineering, Seoul National University

学部 / Faculty ※4年生対象 / for B4
FEN-CO5971L3 国際連携工学特別講義VII
International Collaborators' Lecture on Engineering VII

大学院 / Graduate School
3799-388 国際連携特別講義XV
International Collaborators' Special Lecture
on Engineering XV
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Application Form1
View the course poster
 [W] January 24-26, 2022 (3days+Exam)
Economic evaluation
of R&D project

Lecturer:
Deok-Joo Lee, Professor,
Department of Industrial Engineering,
College of Engineering, Seoul National University

大学院 / Graduate School
3799-387 国際連携特別講義XIV
International Collaborators' Special Lecture
on Engineering XIV
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Application Form2
View the course poster

Course details

 [W] January 26-28, 2022 (3days+Exam)

Water Surface Waves

Lecturer:

Yong Sung Park, Associate Professor,

Department of Civil and Environment Engineering, College of Engineering, Seoul National University

学部 / Faculty ※4年生対象 / for B4
FEN-CO5971L3 国際連携工学特別講義VII
International Collaborators' Lecture on Engineering VII


大学院 / Graduate School
3799-388 国際連携特別講義XV
International Collaborators' Special Lecture on Engineering XV
Date:
Wed, January 26 - Fri, January 28, 2022 (Intensive 3 days)
+Final examination: Fri, February 4, 2022

Time:
January 26-27: 9:30-11:30, 13:30-15:30
January 28: 9:30-12:00
 Exam(February 4): 9:30-12:00

Classroom:
Online using ZOOM
*Please check the lecture URL on ITC-LMS.

Language Used in Class:
English

Reference (Textbook):
Mei, C. C. (1989). The Applied Dynamics of Ocean Surface Waves. World Scientific; Bender,
C. M. and Orszag, S. A (1991). Advanced Mathematical Methods for Scientists and Engineers-Asymptotic Methods and Perturbation Theory. Springer

Grade Evaluation:
Homework: 50%, Exam: 50%

Credits:
1.0

Counterpart at UTokyo:
Takenori Shimozono, Associate Professor,
Department of Civil Engineering
 shimozono[at]coastal.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
(please change [at] to @)
Purpose:
Introduce linear and nonlinear water surface wave theories and applications.

Objective:
To introduce linear and nonlinear wave theories based on firmly established mathematics and to apply to engineering problems.

Outline:
Day 1:
 AM - L01 Review of Fluid dynamics
         L02 Linear wave theory
 PM - L03 Dispersion relation
         L04 Engineering properties
Day 2:
 AM - L05 Introduction to perturbation methods
         L06 Stokes wave theory
 PM - L07 Nonlinear shallow-water equations
Day 3:
 AM - L08 Boussiensq and KdV theories



 [W] January 24-26, 2022 (3days+Exam)

Economic evaluation of R&D project

Lecturer:

Deok-Joo Lee, Professor,

Department of Industrial Engineering, College of Engineering, Seoul National University

大学院/ Graduate School
3799-387 国際連携特別講義XIV
International Collaborators' Special Lecture on Engineering XIV
Date:
Mon, January 24 - Wed, January 26, 2022 (Intensive 3 days)
+Final examination: Thu, January 27, 2022

Time:
10:20-11:50, 12:50-14:20
 Exam(January 27): 10:20-11:50

Classroom:
Online using ZOOM
*Please check the lecture URL on ITC-LMS.

Language Used in Class:
English

Reference (Textbook):
Finance for Engineers, F. K. Crundwell, Springer, 2008

Grade Evaluation:
Attendance: 20%, Homework: 20%, Exam: 60%

Credits:
1.0

Counterpart at UTokyo:
Gento Mogi, Professor,
Institute for Innovation in International Engineering Education
Department of Technology Management for Innovation (Joint Appointment)
 mogi[at]tmi.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
(please change [at] to @)
Purpose:
To provide engineers with a working knowledge of the economic evaluation of the investment in R&D projects related to engineering or technological development.

Objective:
The goal of this course is to provide engineers with a working knowledge of the economic evaluation of the investment in R&D projects related to engineering or technological development. Three main topics concerning economic evaluation of R&D project are covered, evaluation of R&D project with deterministic cash flow, evaluation of R&D considering uncertaity, and R&D project selection. In particular, this course addresses on applications to case studies of industrial R&D projects.

Outline:
Day 1:
 - Introduction & Characteristics of R&D activity
 - R&D Evaluation with deterministic cash flow
Day 2:
 - Discounted cash flow analysis & Application case
 - Economic evaluation considering uncertainty
Day 3:
 - Real option analysis & Application case
 - Prioritizing R&D projects using AHP

Contact Information

If you have any questions about the registration procedures for these courses, feel free to contact us via the email as below, please.


Institute for Innovation in International Engineering Education, School of Engineering

 seut_global30.t[at]gs.mail.u-tokyo.ac.jp (please change [at] to @)

Institute for Innovation
in International Engineering Education,
School of Engineering

 seut_global30.t[at]
gs.mail.u-tokyo.ac.jp

(please change [at] to @)

Contact: H.Sugiura

Archives

You can view the past courses clicking the semester you need.

  • 2021S2
  • [2021S2] July 26-28, 2021 (3days)

    Special Topic on Behavior of Zirconium-based Alloy Cladding

    Lecturer:

    Youho Lee, Associate Professor,

    Department of Nuclear Engineering, College of Engineering, Seoul National University

    学部 / Faculty ※4年生対象 / for B4
    FEN-CO5966L2 国際連携工学特別講義VI
    International Collaborators' Lecture on Engineering VI


    大学院 / Graduate School
    3799-386 国際連携特別講義XIII
    International Collaborators' Special Lecture on Engineering XIII
    Date:
    Mon, July 26 - Wed, July 28, 2021 (Intensive 3 days)

    Time:
    9:00-12:30

    Classroom:
    Online using ZOOM
    *Please check the lecture URL on ITC-LMS.

    Language Used in Class:
    English

    Reference (Textbook):
    In class presentation files and class notes

    Grade Evaluation:
    Homework: 90%, Attendance and attitude: 10%

    Credits:
    1.0

    Counterpart at UTokyo:
    Takumi Saito,
    Associate Professor, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management
     saito[at]n.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
    (please change [at] to @)
    Purpose:
    Nuclear fuel cladding is a crucial structural material that largely affects the design, operation, and safety of a nuclear reactor. This short-term graduate discusses behavior of Zircaloy in Light Water Reactors (LWRs) and its implications in reactor design, operation, and spent fuel behavior. Along with in-depth discussion of Zircaloy behavior and microstructural characteristics, this course introduces notable research trends and key remaining unknowns of Zr-based fuel cladding materials.

    Objective:
    This graduate course introduces in-depth discussion of Zircaloy cladding material's behavior during both steady states and accidents. The course is designed to equip graduate students with essential knowledge and skills to comprehensively understand integral aspects of nuclear fuel behavior and its implications on reactor design, operation, and safety.

    Outline:
    1st day - Zircaloy Microstructure
    2nd day - Embrittlement and Mechanical Behavior of Zircaloy Cladding
    3rd day - Implications of Zircaloy Cladding Behavior on Reactor Engineering
  • 2020W
  • [2020W] January 27-29, 2021 (3days)

    Mechanical properties of nanomaterials

    Lecturer:

    In-Suk Choi, Associate Professor,

    Department of Materials Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, Seoul National University

    学部 / Faculty
    FEN-CO5961L2 国際連携工学特別講義V
    International Collaborators' Lecture on Engineering V


    大学院 / Graduate School
    3799-380 国際連携特別講義XI
    International Collaborators' Special Lecture on Engineering XI
    Date:
    Wed, January 27 - Fri, January 29, 2020 (Intensive 3 days)

    Time:
    13:00-14:45, 14:55-16:40

    Classroom:
    Online using ZOOM
    *Please check the lecture URL on ITC-LMS.

    Language Used in Class:
    English

    Reference (Textbook):
    Handouts and reference papers are provided at ITC-LMS

    Grade Evaluation:
    30%Attendance, 70%Assignment

    Credits:
    1.0

    Counterpart at UTokyo:
    Hirotaka Ejima,
    Associate Professor, Department of Materials Engineering
     ejima[at]g.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp
    (please change [at] to @)
    Purpose:
    This course will introduce distinct mechanical properties of nanostructural materials.

    Objective:
    The course provides a theoretical basis of unique mechanical properties of nanostructural materials and their application. The course will also discuss the diverse methodologies of nanomechanical testing, simulation and characterization.

    Outline:
    Day 1: Mechanical properties of nanomaterials (overview)
    Day 2: Nanomechanics (Testing, characterization and simulation methodology)
    Day 3: Nanostructured Materials: Applications (Metallic nanomaterials and Ceramic nanomaterials)



    [2020W] February 8-10, 2021 (3days)

    Post-Tensioned Concrete Structures

    Lecturer:

    Thomas Kang, Professor,

    Department of Architecture & Architectural Engineering, College of Engineering, Seoul National University

    大学院/ Graduate School
    3799-385 国際連携特別講義XII
    International Collaborators' Special Lecture on Engineering XII
    Date:
    Mon, February 8 - Wed, February 10, 2020 (Intensive 3 days)
    +final examination Fri, February 12

    Time:
    9:30-11:30, 14:00-15:30
    Exam 13:00-15:00 (Including pre- and post-examination briefing time)

    Classroom:
    Online using ZOOM (The final exam is conducted online)
    *Please check the lecture URL on ITC-LMS.

    Language Used in Class:
    English

    Reference (Textbook):
    Any Prestressed Concrete textbook (Not required)

    Grade Evaluation:
    Examination (in the following week) 50%, Homework 40%, Attendance 10%. Because it is a graduate course, the scale typically ranges from A+ to B0.

    Credits:
    1.0

    Counterpart at UTokyo:
    Kohei Nagai, Associate Professor,
    Department of Civil Engineering
     nagai325[at]iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp
    (please change [at] to @)
    Purpose:
    To learn the design, construction and analysis of post-tensioned concrete structures in a brief manner

    Objective:
    The design and construction of post-tensioned structures are quite different from RC, steel, composite, timber or masonry structures. In this class, both pre-tensioned and post-tensioned concrete will be dealt with more of a focus on post-tension.

    Outline:
    1. Unbonded and Bonded Post-tensioned Concrete Systems
    2. Working Stress Design, Flexural Design
    3. Post-tensioned Concrete Continuous Spans, PT Force Loss & Distribution
    4. Post-tensioning Field Fundamentals & Construction
  • 2020S2
  • [2020S2] July 13-16, 2020 (4days)

    Two dimensional materials and applications

    Lecturer:

    Gwan-Hyoung Lee, Associate Professor,

    Department of Materials Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, Seoul National University

    学部 / Faculty ※4年生対象 / for B4
    FEN-CO5961L2 国際連携工学特別講義I
    International Collaborators' Lecture on Engineering I


    大学院/ Graduate School
    3799-380 国際連携特別講義VII
    International Collaborators' Special Lecture on Engineering VII
    Date:
    Mon, July 13 - Thu, July 16, 2020 (Intensive 4 days)

    Time:
    July 13 - July 15 10:00-12:00, 13:00-16:00
    July 16 10:00-12:00, 13:00-17:00 (Exam 16:00-17:00)

    Classroom:
    Online using ZOOM
    *Please check the lecture URL on UTAS.

    Language Used in Class:
    English

    Reference (Textbook):
    Handouts and reference papers are provided at ITC-LMS

    Grade Evaluation:
    exam 1 (50%), exam 2 (50%)

    Credits:
    2.0

    Counterpart at UTokyo:
    Kosuke Nagashio,
    Professor, Department of Materials Engineering
     nagashio[at]material.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
    (please change [at] to @)
    Objectives:
    Fundamental understanding of 2D materials and their potential in electronic applications

    Outline:
    This course is designed to provide background knowledge of two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials, such as graphene, hexagonal boron nitride, and transition metal dichalcogenides, and introduce the related advanced researches and applications. The topics include fundamental properties, crystal structure, electronic band structure, growth mechanisms of 2D materials, analytical methods, and various device applications.

    Plan:
    Chapter 1. History of 2D Materials
    Chapter 2. Properties of Graphene
    Chapter 3. Properties of 2D Insulators
    Chapter 4. Properties of 2D Semiconductors
    Chapter 5. Production of 2D Materials
    Chapter 6. Analytical Tools for 2D Materials
    Chapter 7. Property Control of 2D Materials
    Chapter 8. van der Waals Heterostructures
    Chapter 9. Applications of 2D Materials

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