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Let's Think about Russia, the Land of Mystery [JP]

It is not well known what kind of country Russia is. What kind of people live there? What is their life like? Why do they repeat the wars? What will their future be like? Let's think about this "land of mystery," Russia.

May 6, 2022

What Is Democracy? From a Historical Perspective [JP]

We often hear conflicting and confusing arguments about democracy. Let's discuss them by following the history of democracy.

May 7, 2021

Issues of Administrative Power from the Perspective of Countermeasures Against COVID-19 [JP]

Giorgio Agamben, an Italian philosopher, expressed his concern about the administration unilaterally declaring the state of emergency amid COVID-19 crisis and people getting accustomed to it, which provoked much criticism. This lecture discusses the role of administrative power by introducing Agamben’s study.

Oct 2, 2020

What is “The Way”? ー Outlook on the World of "The Analects of Confucius" and "Lao Tzu" [JP]

There is the concept of “way” which forms the basis of oriental thoughts. Prof.Yasutomi discusses what the word “way” means, based on examples of use of "The Analects of Confucius" and "Lao Tzu".

Oct 21, 2017

Infinity and Continuity [JP]

Prof. Masahiko Kanai gives a lecture on the first two hours of a course “Set and Topology,” which is delivered in the University of Tokyo. Please get a glimpse of the world of mathematics through solving three problems.

Aug 1, 2018

Reading Kenzaburo Oe's First Work "Kimyo na Shigoto (The Strange Work)" [JP]

In this lecture Dr. Katsunao Murakami discusses what is at the heart of Oe's literature through reading and comprehending his first work "Kimyo na Shigoto (The Strange Work)," which was published while he was a student at the University of Tokyo in 1957.

Jun 11, 2021

Why Is Earthquake Prediction So Difficult? [JP]

Prof. Kazuki Koketsu gives examples and explains that it is difficult to predict earthquakes accurately due to reasons such as the inability to experiment.

Nov 9, 2019

Subjects Related to "Connection" in Thanatology and Applied Ethics [JP]

Prof. Masaru Ikezawa explains the recent trend toward rethinking human beings from the perspective of their connection with others, which is unlike the conventional modern Western view, by introducing new academic fields such as thanatology and applied ethics.

Nov 13, 2021

Do you know Elon Musk? [JP]

What will the future look like in the next 10 years? The professors at the University of Tokyo exchange their visions for the first time. This video is the 3rd part of the introduction.

Mar 3, 2022

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Steaming it up at UTokyo

“STEAM” is an extremely popular educational movement the world over, even in Japan. Through STEAM, people can enjoy the joy of co-creation and discovering/solving social problems with various researchers, professional engineers, artists, and athletes, beyond any boundaries! In this workshop, I will introduce some key STEAM social movements/projects and some of their key principles, as well as conduct improvisational STEAM discovery/creation through music.

Jan 10, 2020

Efforts to Develop Medical Human Resources for the Next Generation [JP]

The development of human resources for research, development, and promotion of AI in the field of medical care is clearly written in the discussions of the government such as "Consortium for Accelerating Development of AI in the Field of Health and Medical Care" and "AI Strategy 2019" and is expected to be promoted through building data infrastructure. It is essential to increase the opportunity of education related to "AI and medicine." This lecture introduces you to the future efforts such as "Project of Formulating Hub for Medical Data Human Resources Development."

Mar 26, 2020

Children's Language Learning: Exploring Invisible Learning [JP]

At the first symposium of “The Future Society Initiative fund of Nagase and UTokyo Innovative Learning Creation Studies”, we will explain the establishment purpose of our laboratory, “Innovative Learning Creation Studies,” and introduce the parts of advanced research for supporting learning.

Oct 23, 2021

Promoting Diversity, Inclusion, and Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Higher Education

At the first symposium of “The Future Society Initiative fund of Nagase and UTokyo Innovative Learning Creation Studies”, we will explain the establishment purpose of our laboratory, “Innovative Learning Creation Studies,” and introduce the parts of advanced research for supporting learning.

Oct 23, 2021
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"First time to see you in person!" How do you start your offline communication?

秋といえば、読書に、スポーツに、行楽に… そして芸術を楽しむ季節です!そこで今回の特集では、芸術の秋を満喫するのにぴったりの動画をセレクトしました。東大TVでしか味わえない「芸術の秋」をお楽しみください!

Jul 4, 2022

Features: Short Videos

気分転換したい時。ちょっとだけ息抜きしたい時。何か見たいけれど何を見ていいのかわからない時。東大TVで短い動画を見てみませんか? 3~10分程の短い動画も東大TVには沢山あります。ザッピング感覚でお気軽にどうぞ!

Sep 30, 2021

Features: Moveing Your Body

新型コロナウイルス感染症(COVID-19)の影響で、ますます家で過ごす時間が増えそうな昨今ですが…そんな時だからこそ、これらの動画を観つつ、気持ちよく体を動かしてみませんか?

Apr 28, 2021

Features: Think about the U.S. and Japan.

アメリカ大統領選挙をはじめとして、米国の政治や経済の動向は常に注目を集めています。今回の特集では、そんな米国の大統領選や経済政策、多様な文化、そして日米関係をテーマとした動画をご紹介します。米国について、日本について、改めて考える機会となれば幸いです。

Jan 18, 2021

Features: The Arts of Autumn

秋といえば、読書に、スポーツに、行楽に… そして芸術を楽しむ季節です!そこで今回の特集では、芸術の秋を満喫するのにぴったりの動画をセレクトしました。東大TVでしか味わえない「芸術の秋」をお楽しみください!

Nov 4, 2020
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Automatic generation of accounts payable vouchers through the use of RPA tools 学内

Presentation by the team that won the President's Award at the President's Awards for Business Reform.

Dec 21, 2022

Management of telecommuting time for hourly workers using the Microsoft Forms 学内

Presentation by the team that won the Executive Vice President's Award at the President's Awards for Business Reform.

Dec 21, 2022

Construction of an application and reporting system for the doctoral student support system using Google Workspace 学内

Presentation by the team that won the Executive Vice President's Award at the President's Awards for Business Reform.

Dec 21, 2022
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