Nagoya University School of Informatics Introduction Video

[Applause] big data artificial intelligence autonomous driving the Internet of Things and social media information currently revolutionising the world in 2017 faculty actively studying informatics founded the Nagoya University School of Informatics in-depth learning of informatics across disciplinary boundaries of natural and human sciences and technology helps students acquire the capacity to solve diverse challenges facing humanity the School of Informatics consists of three departments natural informatics human and social informatics and computer science the Department of Natural informatics has two divisions the division of mathematical informatics and the division of complex systems science students in these divisions learn to solve natural and social phenomena using data analysis algorithms mathematical modeling and simulation methods the Department of human and social informatics has two divisions the division of social informatics and the division of cognitive and psychological sciences to further understand the human mind and to align information technology and society students in these divisions study human relationships and information processing the department of computer science has two divisions the division of computer and software systems and the division of intelligence systems to create sophisticated systems and services students in these divisions study applications of computers and network organizations such as AI and autonomous driving [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] our curriculum has three distinct characteristics first students receive specialized education spanning liberal arts and sciences first and second year students study informatics from a variety of perspectives including fundamentals of information science and technology nature and society assistance and logical discovery and resolution of issues second students receive specialized education built upon a broader foundation students acquire specialized knowledge in their field throughout their studies additionally students in their third year study the impact of societal interactions of informatics which enables them to apply their specialty from diverse perspectives the third and final characteristic is the flexible curriculum made possible through the quarter semester system which allows students to participate in study abroad and internship programs under this system third-year students can easily switch to a different department the Graduate School of Informatics consists of six departments the seamless connection between undergraduate and graduate departments allows students to simultaneously study cutting-edge technology in their specialized field and broaden their societal views informatics is demanded in many fields such as IT manufacturing the electrical industry and more information moves the world Nagoya University's School of Informatics our future has already begun you

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