Under the guidance of researchers and engineers in specialized fields, students will learn with experiments and practical training in online small rooms.
A total of 13 organizations will participate in this year’s lab experiments.
Mathematical experiments using symbolic and algebraic computation software
Host: The Japan Society for Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
Secret messages – Cryptography
Host: The Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
The wonder of surfaces – What is an orientation?
Host: The Mathematical Society of Japan
Hearing the light; Carrying sound on light
Host: The Physical Society of Japan
Creating arts using a polarizing plate
Host: The Japan Society of Applied Physics
Get experience of the technology of radiation, essential for the cutting-edge research in material science!
Host: Atomic Energy Society of Japan
The Nanako art
Host: The Chemical Society of Japan
The wonder of metals
– The Japan Institute of Metals and Materials,
– The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan,
– The Japan Institute of Light Metals
The antigen-antibody reaction – From the COVID-19 test to food allergen detection –
Hosts: The Society of Japanese Women Scientists
Ants trapped in a circle drawn by an ink pen – Why do ants refrain from crossing the line? –
Hosts: The Ecological Society of Japan
Coral reef sands to understand ecological environment of the beach; Rocks and sediments observed using X-ray computed tomography images (CT scanning)
Hosts: Japan Geoscience Union
Exploring landforms using topographic maps
Hosts: Japanese Geomorphological Union
Investigate the substance of the light using a spectroscope – From environmental lights to exploration of external life –
Hosts: Society of Geomagnetism and Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences