Join Yoshi Kobayashi, computer science lecturer, on an exciting trip to Tokyo, Japan, to learn how to use gaming technology to solve engineering problems. Explore the industrial and technological development of Japan and observe how their technologies are applied into real-world applications in Japanese society. Each student will be asked to find a problem related to his/her specific engineering domain and implement a computational tool to visualize the problem and simulate the solutions.
Students accepted into the program will earn credit for FSE 394 Visualization and Simulation in Japan (3 credits). The prerequisite for the course is CSE 100, CSE 110 or CST 100 or equivalent and a 2.5 GPA. CSE 100, CSE 110, and CST 100 will be offered online in the spring 2016 semester.
This course meets the following degree requirements:
- Electrical Engineering: upper division math, science or engineering requirement only
- Engineering Management: technical elective
- Graphic Information Technology: technical focus area elective – animation
- Information Technology: secondary focus area
- Software Engineering: secondary focus course
Applications are now being accepted for summer 2016! Learn more.