The course subjects in Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences Innovation Course (MMSIC) are classified into three categories: core subjects, elective subjects, and practical training subjects. Practical training subjects are course subjects offered only for "Mathematical Human Resources Enhancement Program (International)" of MMSIC.

## ■Core subjects

**Global Lecture on Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences I, II, III, IV”（Graduate School of Science, intensive/first or second semester, 1 credit）**

The above four subjects are the core subjects in MMSIC. In 2024 academic year, Subject I (first semester) and Subject II (second semester) will be offered. Each of I, II, III, IV is a box of intensive lectures. Several intensive lectures, called “Global Special Lectures in Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences”, are designated within each subject. By selecting and completing at least one of the intensive lectures in the list, students will receive 1 credit for the relevant subject. In the intensive lectures, leading researchers in various fields of mathematics and mathematical sciences such as algebra, geometry, analysis, and applied mathematics will give an overview and introductory explanation of the field.

**【Notes on course registration】**

※Graduate students in the Graduate School of Science should register for the subject through
KULASIS as a subject in the Graduate School of Science.

※Graduate students not in the Graduate School of Science should register for the subject
through KULASIS as a common graduate subject.

※ven if you take multiple intensive lectures from the intensive lecture list of one subject, the
number of credits you can obtain is 1 credit per subject.

【 List of intensive lectures in “Global Lecture on Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences I” (first semester), 2024 】

Lecturer: Nigel Higson (Pennsylvania State University, Differential Geometry)

Schedule: May 10, May 13, May 17, May 20, May 27 at 15:00-17:00

Lecturer: Igor Klep (University of Ljubljana, Operator algebra)

Schedule：May 20 at 10:00-12:00

May 21 - May 24 at 15:00-17:00

Lecturer: Kai-Wen Lan (University of Minnesota, Number theory)

Schedule: June 24 - June 27 at 13:15-16:30

Lecturer: Raphael Beuzart-Plessis (Aix-Marseille University, Number theory)

Schedule: July 2, July 9, July 16 at 15:00-17:00

July 4, July 11 at 9:30-11:30

Lecturer: Chun Liu (Illinois Institute of Technology, Fluid Mechanics, PDE)

Schedule: July 10, July 17 at 13:15-15:15

July 11, July 12, July 16 at 15:00-17:00

Lecturer: Istvan Heckenberger (The Philipps University of Marburg, Representation theory)

Schedule: August 5 - August 9

* Please click **here** for the title and abstract of each intensive lecture.

【List of intensive lectures in “Global Lecture on Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences II” (second semester), 2024】

Lecturer: Fei Han (National University of Singapore, Differential Geometry)
Lecturer: Nigel Higson (Pennsylvania State University, Differential Geometry)
Lecturer: Lesley Ward (University of South Australia, Applied Math., Harmonic Analysis）
Lecturer: Goro Akagi (Tohoku University, PDE)

## ■Elective subjects

**Graduate Lecture on Forefront of Mathematics and Mathematical Science I (Graduate School of Science, first semester, 2 credits)**

**Graduate Lecture on Forefront of Mathematics and Mathematical Science II (Graduate School of Science, second semester, 2 credits)**

**Graduate Lecture in Pension Plan Design (Graduate School of Science, second semester, 2 credits)**

**Career Paths in Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences (Graduate School of Science, intensive/year-round, 1 credits)**

**Introduction to Information Science (Graduate School of Informatics, first semester, 2 credits)**

**Foundations of Statistical Science (Graduate School of Informatics, first semester, 2 credits)**

**Statistical Systems Theory (Graduate School of Informatics, first semester, 2 credits)**

**Statistical Signal Processing (Graduate School of Informatics, second semester, 2 credits)**

**Statistical Learning Theory (Graduate School of Informatics, first semester, 2 credits)**

**Financial Engineering (Graduate School of Informatics, intensive/first semester, 1 credits)**

The above 10 subjects are elective subjects in MMSIC (graduate school offered, course period, number of credits). Please select the subjects required to complete the program and register for the subject through KULASIS.

※Graduate students in the Graduate School of Science should register for the subject through KULASIS as a subject in the Graduate School of Science.

※Graduate students not in the Graduate School of Science should register for the subject through KULASIS as a common graduate subject.

※Credits for elective subjects obtained before the 2024 academic year are converted to credits required for completion of this course, regardless of the year in which the credits were obtained.

## ■Practical training subjects

**Seminar Management in Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences (Graduate School of Science, intensive/year-round, 2 credits)**

**International Workshop on Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences (Graduate School of Science, intensive/year-round, 2 credits)**

**Overseas Training in Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences I (Graduate School of Science, intensive/first semester, 2 credits)**

**Overseas Training in Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences II (Graduate School of Science, intensive/second semester, 2 credits)**

The above subjects are practical training subjects in "Mathematical Human Resource Enhancement Program (International)" of MMSIC. Please refer to **Practical Training Courses **for details of the above subjects.

※Practical training subjects are available only to those registered for MMSIC.

※Graduate students in the Graduate School of Science should register for the subject through KULASIS as a subject in the Graduate School of Science.

※ Graduate students not in the Graduate School of Science should register the subject through "Auditing Courses in Other Faculties" at KULASIS. Please note that the registration period for "Auditing Courses in Other Faculties" in the first semester is from April 2 (Tue.) to April 12 (Fri.), which closes earlier than the standard registration deadline.

※Some practical training subjects may have a limit on the number of students who can take the subjects or may require the submission of a prescribed form. Please check the syllabus of each subject and the link to the practical training subjects carefully. Please note that not all students who have registered for a subject may be able to take it. (You may be asked to cancel the registration of the subject by yourself.)