Frontier Courses (Intermediate)
Students learn about the internal structure of computer hardware, operating principles, the relationship between assembly languages and high-level programming languages, and acceleration techniques of software.
This course explores the fundamental technology of the Internet. It introduces students to current problems and future technologies, and encourages creative discussion on the design and potential of the Next Generation Internet.
This course teaches students about the structure of software platforms like operating systems, the Web and databases.
Ubiquitous System Architecture
Students learn the basics of ubiquitous computing technology and acquire programming skills using RFID tags, wireless sensor networks, mobile phones and PDAs.
This course focuses on operational technology, such as routing control, and the components that constitute the Internet. The course presents concrete examples and teaches students about autonomous decentralized and coordinated operating methods.
Info-Communication Security and Privacy
This course offers multifaceted discussion on technical topics related to information security in a ubiquitous information society. Topics include system design and security, network security, corporate system security and privacy protection.