Solving modern problems such as climate change requires not only measures to tackle individual phenomena, but also initiatives relating to our ways of life and approaches to society. The individuals who will play a leading role in our society in the future will need to present effective, practicable solutions based on their analysis and understanding of phenomena using physics and mathematics, while also considering the social background and needs of the times. The School of Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation’s science and mathematics curriculum is designed to offer subjects that enable students to learn the mathematics required to describe constantly changing phenomena, and the analytical techniques and methods for turning phenomena into formulas based on the laws of physics. It also seeks to provide students with the ability to take a high-level view of problems involving complex relationships between diverse phenomena.
Courses in charge
Thermo-Dynamical Properties（Reflective Courses/Crossing Study Areas）
Lecture Series（Reflective Courses）
Basic Project for Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation,Project for Interdisciplinary Science and Innovation（Collaborative Courses）