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Educational Activity

Field of Study

Nonlinear Analysis

His Lecture (2019)

Graduation Work (Bachelor Course)
Advanced Exercise on Regional Science I (Graduate School)
Geometry 1 (Bachelor Course)
Geometry I (Bachelor Course)
Differential Equations Ⅱ (Bachelor Course)
Introduction to Information Science (Common Curriculum)
Research on Information Sciences (Bachelor Course)
Technical English Fundamentals 2 (Bachelor Course)
Research on Mathematical Sciences (Bachelor Course)
Environmental and Mathematical Science(L) (Graduate School)
Linear Algebra I (Bachelor Course)
Linear Algebra 1 (Common Curriculum)
Linear Algebra 2 (Common Curriculum)
Methods for Linear Algebra 1 (Bachelor Course)
Complex Analysis 2 (Bachelor Course)
Complex Analysis Ⅱ (Bachelor Course)
Functional Equations 2 (Bachelor Course)
Reading Scientific Papers (Bachelor Course)

(Lectures are listed by lecturer for subjects registered in our student affair database system.)

Research Supervisory ( last 5 years )

58 students (bachelor), 4 students (master)

(Number of students is based on supervisory teacher of students registered in our student affair database system. In the case that teacher is not chief supervisor, these number may not include the students even if they were actually supervised.)