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As a required subject, “Environment and Information Studies” is aimed to serve as an introduction to SFC, and to the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies. The course consists of a series of lectures, workshops and group presentations. Through the workshops, students are expected to develop the ideas about the ways in which we approach various issues and problems regarding our environment. This year, we will focus on issues such as energy, garbology, and reuse (recycle) from a design perspective. Throughout the Semester, students will work on a small project (details to be announced) in groups.
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Lecture Material (Kato)(PDF)
Lecture Material (Iba)(PDF)
groups - Important!
- A keynote lecture by Dean Jun Murai will set a tone to explore
environment and information studies at SFC. The lecture illustrates
current research issues and on-going activities around us.
- A general introduction to the course will be provided through
sharing the basic ideas and future visions of the Faculty.
|第02回||2014/10/02 Learning pattern workshop|
Lecture material - iba (PDF)
groups (updated) pdf
- Prof. Takashi Iba will provide us with a “Learning pattern
workshop,” in that basic ideas behind the learning style at SFC
will be explored and discussed.
|第03回||2014/10/09 Thinking about our environment - Energy design|
Lecture material - onishi (PDF)
- Prof. Takuya Onishi will talk about his recent projects in the
domain of “energy design,” followed by a workshop. Class project
(class assignment) for the Semester will be announced and explained.
|第04回||2014/10/16 Thinking about our environment - Garbology|
Lecture material - kato (PDF)
- Prof. Fumitoshi Kato will introduce the notion of “garbology,”
and elaborate the ways in which we can understand “garbage”
through unconventional approaches. A small workshop will follow.
|第05回||2014/10/23 【履修者限定公開】Thinking about our environment - Creative reuse|
- Prof. Hiroya Tanaka will talk about his recent activities
regarding Fablabs, social fabrication and other related issues with
a particular focus on “creative reuse.” A workshop follows the
|第06回||2014/10/30 Preparation for presentation|
Lecture Material (PDF)
- Preparation for the final presentation: Students will work in
groups to prepare for the final presentation.
- Final presentation and summary of the semester: Each group will
present its project followed by questions and answers. We conclude
the course through reflection and critical appraisal