School of Information and Data Sciences, Nagasaki University

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Project Based Learning on Practical Problems

In this project, students discover concrete problems in actual issues facing society and engage in efforts to tackle them so they can improve their design ability and diverse data-gathering and analysis knowledge and techniques. Furthermore, the project seeks to increase their communication, creativity, and critical-thinking skills needed to work together in teams.
As students proceed through their course of study, they are given opportunities to tackle real-world problems in stages based on their state of study. These problems not only allow students to use and deepen the knowledge and skills they have learned to solve problems, they also present challenges that students cannot solve with what they have learned and experienced so far. Students thus direct the next steps of learning themselves.
 The Real-world Problem-Solving Project is a social effort of Nagasaki University and companies, working together to develop human resources and enrich academic activities through collaboration. By bringing real-world challenges into the university setting, companies give students opportunities to learn. This also leads to opportunities for companies to solve their challenges by collaborating with Nagasaki University.
This is a large-scale effort not found in most other universities. We want companies to cooperate and give students in the School of Information and Data Sciences opportunities to meet your challenges.
Let’s engage in problem-solving together with students and experts in diverse fields including IoT, AI, big data, software engineering, database research, pattern recognition, cryptography, and VR/AR/MR!