Creating a space that moves the heart
class of 2015
TANSEISHA Co., Ltd.
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Chihiro Hiramatsu (Associate Professor, Faculty of Design) , Tatsuhiko Takashima (Alumuni, School of Design) ,…
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The Design Futures Course aims to provide students with knowledge and methodologies in bioinformatics, bioengineering, design, art, culture, and society to develop a vision of a future society through a multifaceted and creative approach. To this end, students will acquire the following abilities.
While making full use of these comprehensive understanding and acquired skills and methods, we aim for students to contribute to the presentation of scientific knowledge, the solution of social issues, and the creation of culture in order to realize a future symbiotic society.
Students will develop a deep understanding of life science and information mathematics and the ability to apply it to a symbiotic society
Students will develop the ability to create life, the future, and an environmental society through engineering.
Students will develop the ability to practice design through individual creativity through the group of subjects that support art and design.
Students will develop the ability to analyze and critique culture and society and to design culture and society.
The program consists of lecture-style subjects of four fields, Special Research on Design Subjects closely related to the four fields, and Studio Projects developed based on these two.
• Design Science: Statistics and Computer Science, Chronobiology, Mathematical Modelling, Molecular Biology
• Design Engineering: Human Information Engineering, Biomaterial Engineering, Design in General Education, Curriculum and Management for Design Education, Biomimetics
• Design and Production: Contemporary Art Practice, Life and Art, Speculative Design, Editorial and Information Design Theory, Sustainable Design, Design Civic, Resilience Design
• Cultural and Social Design: Ecological Social Design, Environmental Risk Management, Aesthetics of Images, Philosophy of Design, Arts and Research, Cultural Policy, Arts Management
|Name||Position||Field of Specialization|
|INOUE Shigeki||Professor||Human Centered Design|
|KOGA Toru||Professor||Philosophy, Ethics, Aesthetics,Fundamental Theory of Design|
|KONDO Kayoko||Professor||Environmental Policy, Environmental Economics, History of Social Thought|
|NAKAMURA Mia||Professor||Cultural Policy, Arts Management, Arts and Care, Art-based Research|
|OGATA Yoshito||Professor||Industrial Design, Product Design, Science of Design, Design Method|
|HALL, Michael||Associate Professor||English Skills and Environmental Risk Management|
|HIRAMATSU Chihiro||Associate Professor||Visual Psychophysiology|
|IKEDA Minako||Associate Professor||Contemporary Design, Design Journalism, Information Design, Design History, Editorial|
|ITO Hiroshi||Associate Professor||Chronobiology, Nonlinear Dynamics|
|KURIYAMA Hitoshi||Associate Professor||Contemporary Art|
|MARUYAMA Osamu||Associate Professor||Computational Biology and Bioinformatics|
|NAGATSU Yuichiro||Associate Professor||Art Management|
|YUKI Madoka||Associate Professor||Theory of Images, History and Theory of Photgraphy, Visual Cultural Studies|
|LOH Wei Leong||Assistant Professor||Design Education|
|SEKI Motohide||Assistant Professor||Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Sociology, Evolutionary Biology|
At the Design Workshop, students and faculty members acquire the basic skills and techniques for operating the various tools and processing equipment and engage in practical training to develop sensitivity to the different materials used in design. The Design Workshop is also used for other creative endeavors, such as graduation work, senior projects and various faculty and student productions.
The BioFoodLab is a center for education and research that explores the possibilities of biotechnology and food from a design perspective. We have equipment for scientific experiments and everyday cooking.
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Our goal is to nurture human resources who have the design skills and challenging mindset to design, plan, and implement products using innovative methods and play a leading role in the real world.
class of 2017
Institute of Science and Technology, Niigata University