School of Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation Kyushu University

Assoc.Prof. NAKANO Nobuhiko


Researcher Information

Message for high school students

My field of specialism is geology. This discipline uses outdoor surveys and indoor experiments to think about how the various geological conditions of Japan and other countries across the globe were formed. Under the guidance of lecturers from a variety of specialist fields, students at the School of Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation are required to identify problems faced by modern society and undertake research aimed at solving them. While I’m sure that, having only just graduated from high school, you’ll find this very difficult, I hope to make some small contribution to your growth. You may well have some anxieties, but I hope that you’ll join us at the School of Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation with a great sense of ambition.

Main courses in charge

  • Basic Academic Research/ISI Fundamental Courses
  • [NS]Earth Sciences B/Practice of Basic Fieldwork/Approach Subjects
  • [NS]Earth Sciences C/Earth Materials 1/Approach Subjects
  • Issue-based Research (Earth and Environment Area)/Earth Materials 2/Issue-based Subjects
  • Issue-based Research (Earth and Environment Area)/Practice for Earth Science/Issue-based Subjects
  • Field Research(Common Basic Courses/Crossing Study Areas)
  • Understanding the Earth(Reflective Courses/Earth and Environment)
  • Practices in Earth Environments(Reflective Courses/Earth and Environment)
  • Earth Material Science(Interdisciplinary Science & Innovation Courses/Earth and Environment)
  • Lecture Series(Reflective Courses)
  • Basic Project for Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation,Project for Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation(Collaborative Courses)
  • Cross-Cultural Adjustment 2,International Experience A,International ExperienceB(Experiential Courses)
  • Degree Project(Interdisciplinary Science & Innovation Courses)