3S Lecture Courses

Nuclear Non-proliferation and Security (NCL.O401)

Master's Major Course (2 Credits); Annual Open (3Q)

Instructors: Hiroshi SAGARA, Noriyosu HAYASHIZAKI, and Guest Instructors

■ Outline:

  • About the nuclear security, history and legal framework, the characteristics of nuclear material and radioactive substances and graded approach for their regulation based on material attractiveness, physical protection system designing and evaluation, interfaces between nuclear safety, security and safeguards, nuclear security culture are discussed.
  • About the nuclear non-proliferation, history and legal framework, criticality, significant quantity and conversion time of nuclear material, safeguards and its science and technology, nuclear material accounting and control, Japan's effort, CTBT, proliferation resistance are systematically explained.
  • By role playing group working, students learn the way to consensus agreement between multiple stakes holders for active learning.
  • Student gain the comprehensive view of nuclear non-proliferation and security from history, legal framework, safeguards and physical protection system, important science and technology.

■ Syllabus: Tokyo Tech OCW (Search for the Course Title)

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(AY2018)


(AY2019)

World Politics and Nonproliferation in the Nuclear Age (NCL.O510)

Master's Major Course (1 Credit); Annual Open (2Q)

■ Instructors: Noriyosu HAYASHIZAKI, Masako IKEGAMI, and Guest Instructors

■ Outline:

  • This course gives the fundamentals of nuclear nonproliferation and security, which are important for peaceful use of nuclear energy, through the case studies in world politics and the international community.
  • This course aims that students will be able to understand the fundamentals of nuclear nonproliferation and security through the case studies in world politics and the international community.

■ Syllabus: Tokyo Tech OCW (Search for the Course Title)

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(AY2018)


(AY2019)

Risk Assessment and Management (NCL.O603)

■ Doctoral Major Course (1 Credit); Even-Year Open (2Q Summer Intensive)

■ Instructors: Akira OMOTO, Satoshi CHIBA, Hiroshi SAGARA, and Guest Instructors

■ Outline:

  • Modern society, while taking advantage of the benefit from the advent of science and technology including nuclear energy, need to assess, understand and govern the risks arising from their use. Through the lectures and discussions in this topical area by faculty members and lecturers from outside, students are expected to deepen their understanding of risk and risk management.
  • To acquire knowledge of risks, risk assessment and risk management as well as the capability to think about risks; and thereby contribute to the Society as a leader in risk management such as by appropriately project, prepare and respond or by appropriate decision-making.

■ Syllabus: Tokyo Tech OCW (Search for the Course Title)

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(AY2018)

Crisis Management (NCL.O604)

■ Doctoral Major Course (1 Credit); Odd-Year Open (2Q Summer Intensive)

■ Instructors: Akira OMOTO, Satoshi CHIBA, Hiroshi SAGARA, and Guest Instructors

■ Outline:

  • The purpose of the series of lectures is to cultivate understanding on how the risk management scheme should be designed and implemented. Lecturers include experts from nuclear and non-nuclear field.

■ Syllabus: Tokyo Tech OCW (Search for the Course Title)

■ In-Class Scenes

(AY2019)