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Lectures by Professors Retiring in 2018

2018-2-2 (Fri) - 2018-3-27 (Tue)

Professors retiring at the end of the 2017-2018 academic year are presenting special lectures. Those interested are cordially invited to attend these lectures.

School Professor
Date, Time, and Venue
Lecture Title

Division of Studies on Cultural Forms, Graduate School of Letters

HAMAUZU Shinji

Friday, March 9
15:00~
Room 301, Common Hall for Humanities and Social Sciences, Toyonaka Campus

Phenomenology • Clinical Philosophy • Ethics

Division of Studies on Cultural Forms, Graduate School of Letters

KATAYAMA Tsuyoshi

Saturday, March 24
14:30~
Lecture Hall, Osaka University Hall

Searching for a picture of Chinese farming villages before the commodity economy is fully developed - From historical research of Guangdong's Pearl River Delta during the Ming Dynasty, Xing Dynasty, and present day

Division of Studies on Cultural Expressions, Graduate School of Letters

OKUDAIRA Shunroku

Saturday, March 10
14:00~ (Doors open at 13:30)
Sigma Hall, Toyonaka Campus

Art History and Me

Graduate School of Human Sciences

NAKAYAMA Yasuo

Wednesday, February 28
15:00~16:30
Canopy Hall (Lecture Room #51, Main Bldg.), Graduate School of Human Sciences

Exploring Human Sciences from a Philosophical Point of View

Graduate School of Human Sciences

KUGIHARA Naoki

Friday, March 9
15:00~17:00
Canopy Hall (Lecture Room #51, Main Bldg.), Graduate School of Human Sciences

Attempting various group experiments

Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science

KISHIMOTO Tadafumi

Monday, March 5
16:00~17:00
NAMBU Yoichiro Hall, 2F, NAMBU Yoichiro Hall, J Bldg., Graduate School of Science

Engaging in nuclear physics research - Physics and Apparatuses -

Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science

SHIMODA Tadashi

Monday, March 5
14:50~15:50
NAMBU Yoichiro Hall, 2F, Bldg. J, Graduate School of Science

Research on unstable nuclei: 40 years guided by my late mentor

Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science

MUNAKATA Toshiaki

Friday, March 9
14:40~16:10
Lecture Room #D501, 5F,  Bldg. D, Graduate School of Science

Lasers, surfaces, and electroexcitation

Department of Biological Sciences, Graduate School of Science

MASUKATA Hisao

Saturday, March 10
14:00~15:00
Lecture Room #D501, 5F,   Bldg. D, Graduate School of Science

Continuing to ask "What is life?" - Mechanisms of DNA replication

Division of Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine

KATAYAMA Ichiro

Tuesday, March 6
15:00~16:00
Lecture Hall A, Lecture Bldg., Faculty of Medicine

Skin Disease Research: Yesterday, Tomorrow, and the Day After Tomorrow


Division of Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine

TOUDOU Takeshi

Friday, March 9
15:30~16:30
Lecture Hall A, Lecture Bldg., Faculty of Medicine

Light and Life


Division of Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine

HOSOKAWA Ko

Thursday, March 29
16:00~17:00
Lecture Hall A, Lecture Bldg., Faculty of Medicine

The true nature of plastic surgery

Division of Heath Sciences, Graduate School of Medicine

IWATANI Yoshinori

Thursday, March 8
15:00~16:30
Lecture Room #1, Division of Health Sciences Bldg., Faculty of Medicine

Creating the future of preventative medicine - Hashimoto's thyroiditis • Clinical examination • Twins -

Advanced Pharmaco-science, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences

FUJIOKA Hiromichi

Saturday, March 10
Sawai Hall, School/Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences

TBD

Division of Materials and Manufacturing Science, Graduate School of Engineering

KAKESHITA Tomoyuki

Friday, February 2
14:00~15:30
3F Salon, Central Terrace

My life of itinerant electron research

Division of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering

ITO Toshimichi

Friday, March 2
15:30~17:00
E1-115, Memorial Hall

Looking back on over 40 years of electrical and electronic materials research

Division of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering

ISE Toshifumi

Monday, March 26
15:30~17:00
E1-115, Memorial Hall

An attempt to create a new electrical energy system through power electronic and superconductors/dispersion power

Division of Global Architecture, Graduate School of Engineering

NARA Satoshi

Friday, March 9
15:30~17:00
U3-211

A setting sun will rise again - Aiming for a renaissance in bridges as social infrastructure facilities

Management of Industry and Technology, Graduate School of Engineering

OHMURA Etsuji

Friday, February 23
13:00~14:30
US1-203, 204

Led by encounters

Department of Materials Engineering Science, Graduate School of Engineering Science

IMOTO Nobuyuki

Friday, March 2
13:30~15:00
Assembly Hall, Osaka University Hall

The entanglement of science and engineering

Department of Mechanical Science and Bioengineering, Graduate School of Engineering Science

MIYAZAKI Fumio

Friday, March 9
15:00~
Sigma Hall, Graduate School of Engineering Science

Attracted by people's dexterous control of movement

Studies in Language and Culture, Graduate School of Language and Culture

UEDA Isao

Thursday, February 22
15:00~16:30
Large Lecture Hall, Bldg. A, Graduate School of Language and Culture

"A hodge-podge chronicle of a higgledy-piggledy linguist"

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Center, The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research

ASO Yoshio

Thursday, March 8
13:30~15:00
Lecture Hall, 1F, Administration Bldg., The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research

From structural organic chemistry to functional organic chemistry

Division of Information and Quantum Sciences, The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research

MATSUMOTO Kazuhiko

Thursday, March 8
15:30~17:00
Lecture Hall, 1F, Administration Bldg., The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research

Forty years of pursuing device limits

Division of Biological and Molecular Sciences, The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research

MAJIMA Tetsuro

Thursday, March 14
14:30~16:00
Lecture Hall, 1F, Administration Bldg., The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research

Beam functional chemistry

Research Center for State-of-the-Art Functional Protein Analysis, Institute for Protein Research

NAKAMURA Haruki

Thursday, March 15
15:00~16:30
Lecture Hall, 1F, Main Bldg., Institute for Protein Research

Data science and protein computational science: Challenges and prospects

Division of Economic Theory, Institute of Social and Economic Research

IKEDA Shinsuke

Thursday, March 15
15:30~17:00
Lecture Hall 215, Bldg. B, Institute of Social and Economic Research

Time preference, self control, and economic phenomena

Institute of Laser Engineering

NISHIMURA Hiroaki

Monday, March 5
13:00~14:00
Large Hall, 4F, Research Bldg., Institute of Laser Engineering

Tracing the transition from nuclear fusion to photon beam science

Institute of Laser Engineering

NORIMATSU Takayoshi

Monday, March 5
14:00~15:00
Large Hall, 4F, Research Bldg., Institute of Laser Engineering

Chasing dreams of nuclear fusion
Institute of Laser Engineering

MIYANAGA Noriaki

Monday, March 5
15:00~16:00
Large Hall, 4F, Research Bldg., Institute of Laser Engineering

Walking together with power lasers

International Center for Biotechnology

NIHIRA Takuya

Thursday, March 15
15:00 ~ 16:00
Suntory Memorial Hall (C3-531), Graduate School of Engineering
Actinomycete hormone receptors from tryptophanase

Multimedia Language Education Research Division, Cybermedia Center

HOSOYA Yukiteru

Thursday, March 8
14:40~
Large Conference Room, 2F,  Bldg. A, Graduate School of Language and Culture

Between language and computers

Immunology Frontier Research Center

AKIRA Shizuo

Friday, March 16
14:00~
Sanwa Bank Hall, 3F, Icho Kaikan

Immunology research: My Persian carpet

Center for Education in Liberal Arts and Sciences

KUBOTA Takahiro

Monday, March 5
13:40~14:40
NAMBU Yoichiro Hall, 2F, Bldg. J, Graduate School of Science

Particle theory following the discovery of the J/Ψ meson

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