2017FY — UTokyo Open Lectures: Explosion

The Nature of Explosion

Techniques for Analyzing and Protecting Ourselves Against Gas and Dust Explosion [JP]

The lecture explains the latest techniques for analyzing and protecting ourselves against explosion by showing you some video clips of experiments.

2017-6-3

Asset Bubble and Explosion [JP]

This lecture explains how asset bubbles occur and affect the economy and society.

2017-6-3

Detecting Gravity Waves to Explore Big Explosions in the Universe [JP]

In February 2016, gravitational waves radiated from coalescence of black holes was observed for the first time. This lecture explains that observation in detail and introduces explosions in the universe.

2017-6-3

Explosion and Society

Chinese History in the Smoke of Gunpowder [JP]

One of the four biggest inventions in China is black powder. The lecture takes a close look at guns and bazookas that use black powder and considers the meaning of military technologies in Chinese history.

2017-6-17

Explosion of Infection: Influenza Pandemic [JP]

This lecture thinks about the possibility that avian flu, which has badly damaged the world poultry industry, will spread between humans.

2017-6-17

Dealing with Explosion

Moment when Frustration over the Political will Explode: In Case of Trump Phenomenon [JP]

Why did Mr. Donald Trump be elected president in the United States? This lecture considers it while focusing on the background.

2017-7-1

Genome Data Explosion and Algorithm [JP]

This lecture explains the cutting edge research on "algorithm" that is required for the latest genome analysis research.

2017-7-1

Volcanic Eruptions and Disasters [JP]

This lecture explains the mechanism of volcanic eruption and methods to prevent disasters.

2017-7-1