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High Energy Accelerator Seminar Ⅰ 2 Active fields of accelerator related science, such as elementary particles, nuclear physics, materials science and life science etc., will be presented by front-line researchers.
High Energy Accelerator Seminar Ⅱ 2 Active fields of accelerator related science, such as elementary particles, nuclear physics, materials science and life science etc., will be presented by front-line researchers.
High Energy Accelerator Seminar Ⅲ 1 Active fields of accelerator related science, such as elementary particles, nuclear physics, materials science and life science etc., will be presented by front-line researchers.
High Energy Accelerator Seminar Ⅳ 1 Active fields of accelerator related science, such as elementary particles, nuclear physics, materials science and life science etc., will be presented by front-line researchers.
High Energy Accelerator Seminar Ⅴ 1 Interaction of the accelerator-based sciences, such as elementary particles, nuclear physics, materials science and life science etc., with the society will be discussed from various points of view.
High Energy Accelerator Seminar Ⅵ 1 Interaction of the accelerator-based sciences, such as elementary particles, nuclear physics, materials science and life science etc., with the society will be discussed from various points of view.
High Energy Accelerator Seminar Ⅶ 2 Active fields of accelerator related science, such as elementary particles, nuclear physics, materials science and life science etc., will be presented by front-line researchers.
High Energy Accelerator Seminar Ⅷ 2 Active fields of accelerator related science, such as elementary particles, nuclear physics, materials science and life science etc., will be presented by front-line researchers.
Introduction to Accelerators Ⅰ 2 General introduction to accelerators by means of exercise, experiment and visit tour as well as lecture. Omnibus style class composed of many experts of specific fields and given in Japanese.
Introduction to Accelerators Ⅱ 2 General introduction to accelerators by means of exercise, experiment and visit tour as well as lecture. Omnibus style class composed of many experts of specific fields and given in English.
Introduction to Experimental Methods Using Accelerators 2 Introductory lectures on basic phenomena and methods necessary in experiments of particle, nuclear, synchrotron light using accelerators. They will involve special relativity, scattering, cross section, bremsstrahlung, synchrotron radiation, vacuum, electric discharge, diffraction, etc.
Radiation Physics 2 This class is on the basic topics about generation of radiation ray and interaction of radiation and matter. 1. Structure of atom and ionization 2. Structure of nucleus 3. Decay of radioactive nucleus 4. Nuclear interaction 5. Interaction of x ray and gamma ray 6. Interaction of beta ray 7. Interaction of proton ray and alpha ray 8. Interaction of neutron 9. Transfer of energy to material 10. Quantity and unit of radiation ray.
Beam Physics I 2 Principles of accelerators, generation of synchrotron light, collective motion of beams, and coherent synchrotron radiation etc. are presented from the unified viewpoint of beam physics. Single particle dynamics is treated mainly by course I, and collective motion and coherent effects are treated mainly by course II.
Beam Physics II 2
Applied Mathematics 2 Main theme of the course is the complex analysis of one variable. In addition, related other branches will be also lectured. Through the course, mathematical image (intuition) and technique of students will be refined and advanced.
Electromagnetism 2 Lectures on basics of electromagnetism necessary to understand accelerators will be given. Contents:Static electromagnetic field/Maxwell equations/Transmission of electromagnetic field/Waveguides and resonant cavities/Radiation from charged particles/Interaction between charged particles and electromagnetic field.
Electrodynamics and Special Relativity 2 This course will cover the special theory of relativity and the theory on relativistic motion of particles which is a basis of particle motion in accelerators.
Analytical Dynamics 2 This course introduces practical techniques for the simulation and understanding of dynamical systems with special emphasis on accelerators.
Quantum Mechanics 2 Introduced will be important concepts to understand elementary quantum mechanics, such as the Bohr model of atom/ the Sommerfeld-Wilson quantization condition/ Schrödinger equation/ commutation relation of operators and uncertainty principle/ state transition probability/ path integral and classical limit. Similarity and difference to classical mechanics will be highlighted.
Thermodynamics/Statistical Mechanics 2 The lecture starts from the explanation of basic materials such as the entropy, thermodynamic laws, partition function, etc. As an application, selected topics related to accelerator, such as surface phenomena, refrigerator, etc will be discussed.
Modern Physical Chemistry 2 Fundamental concepts of physical chemistry will be presented. Also,basic experimental methodologies for understanding non-equilibrium system, catalysis and surface chemistry will be discussed.
Fundamentals of Materials Structure Science 2 Fundamental concepts for the understanding of condensed matter are presented with an introduciton to the microscopic probes including synchrotron radiation, neutron and muon as tools for the study of electronic property.
Introduction to Biology 2 Basic concepts of modern biology including biochemistry, molecular biology and cell biology with particular attention to structural biology.
Relativity 2 Introduce the Dirac eqaution and the Feynman rule, which are essintial in understanding physics of quarks and leptons.
Modern Quantum Mechanics 2 This course deals with issues on the foundation of quantum mechanics which are important but usually omitted in the standard undergraduate courses. Topics discussed include quantum states and measurement, physical quantities, quantizations, uncertainty relations, entanglement, and realism / locality / contextuality.
Measurment and cotrol technology for experimental physics 2 The basics and applications of measurement and cotrol technologies in physics experiments are presented by researchers in both schools of accelerator and physical science. The cource makes clear the similarity and difference of experimental technologies in both science field, and introduces ideas for interdisciplinary collaboration. 
Qualifying Research in High Energy Accelerator Science 4 Students are required to perform a research on an advanced subject in accelerator science