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Prifysgol Tokyo Gwyddoniaeth

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Prifysgol Tokyo Gwyddoniaeth a sefydlwyd yn 1881, is one of the oldest private universities of science and technology in Japan. Rooted in a strong sense of ethics, gwyddonwyr a pheirianwyr yn TUS yn ymdrechu i ddatrys heriau byd-eang ac yn gwneud y byd yn lle gwell trwy wyddoniaeth.

Ochr yr Undebau Llafur yn cynnwys amrywiaeth o gyfleusterau o'r radd flaenaf. cyfleusterau diwylliannol yn cynnwys llyfrgelloedd ym mhob campws ac Amgueddfa Gwyddoniaeth a Thechnoleg. Mae pob campws TUS hefyd yn cynnwys amrywiaeth o gyfleusterau athletaidd i helpu i gynnal iechyd y myfyrwyr ac aelodau o'r gyfadran.

Mae gan Brifysgol Tokyo Gwyddoniaeth pedair llyfrgell sylweddol yn ychwanegol at y casgliadau ddogfen a'r cyfeirnod maes-benodol rhedeg gan ysgolion ac adrannau unigol. Y pedwar llyfrgelloedd prifysgolion prif Llyfrgell Kagurazaka (lleoli ar y nawfed, degfed, a lloriau unfed ar ddeg o Adeilad Rhif. 1 ar gampws Kagurazaka),Llyfrgell Katsushika ar gampws Katsushika, Llyfrgell Coffa (Llyfrgell NODA) ar gampws NODA a Llyfrgell Oshamambe ar gampws Oshamambe. Mae'r brifysgol yn rhedeg system gyfrifiadurol sy'n cysylltu yma pedair llyfrgell gyda Phrifysgol Tokyo Gwyddoniaeth, Llyfrgell Yamaguchi a Phrifysgol Tokyo Gwyddoniaeth, Llyfrgell Suwa, gan ganiatáu i fyfyrwyr ac aelodau o'r gyfadran i chwilio hawdd a deunyddiau mynediad ar draws y system llyfrgell Ochr yr Undebau Llafur. Rydym hefyd yn gweithio ar system a fyddai'n caniatáu amrywiaeth o adnoddau electronig, gan gynnwys cronfeydd data, cyfnodolion ar-lein, a llyfrau electronig, i gael mynediad o unrhyw le yn y brifysgol.

Mae pob campws Ochr yr Undebau Llafur yn cynnwys ystod o gyfleusterau athletaidd i helpu i gynnal iechyd y myfyrwyr ac aelodau o'r gyfadran ac adeiladu eu cryfder. Yn ychwanegol at y cyrsiau addysg gorfforol safonol, cyfleusterau athletau drwy gydol y brifysgol ar gael ar gyfer gweithgareddau allgyrsiol, digwyddiadau cymdeithasol, ac amrywiaeth o weithgareddau eraill.

Ochr yr Undebau Llafur yn arwain y ffordd ymhlith prifysgolion gyda ei gyfleuster ystafell ddosbarth arbennig o'r enw “seminar House” ar gampws NODA. Y Tŷ Seminar yn cynnwys ystod lawn o ystafelloedd arbennig-bwrpas, gan gynnwys neuaddau cynulliad mawr, ystafelloedd seminar, labordai PC, ystafelloedd cyfarfod, llety, caffi, a mwy.

Cyfleusterau TUS Arall amrywio o'r Myfyrwyr ar y campws Hyfforddiant Center i'r rhai sy'n bodoli tu hwnt i ffiniau ei gampysau, megis y Center Training Daigo. Mae'r cyfleusterau hyn ar gael ar gyfer seminarau, digwyddiadau hyfforddi, neu weithgareddau clwb dros nos.

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  • gwyddoniaeth
  • Chemical Sciences and Technology
  • Peirianneg
  • Gwyddorau fferyllol
  • gwyddoniaeth & technoleg
  • Industrial Science & technoleg
  • rheoli
  • Biological Science
  • Management of Science & technoleg
    • Management of Science & technoleg
    • Master of Intellectual Property

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The Tokyo Butsurigaku Koshujo (Tokyo Academy of Physics), the forerunner of the Tokyo University of Science, ei sefydlu yn 1881, and two years later the academy was renamed the Tokyo Butsuri Gakko (Tokyo College of Science). Mae Prifysgol Tokyo (then the Imperial University) ei sefydlu yn 1877. Because physics in the Faculty of Science was taught by a French instructor in French, the University of Tokyo established the Department of Physics in French, which continued for around three years. A group of 19 yn gyntaf- to third-year young scientists who graduated from this department and two others founded the Tokyo Academy of Physics and formed a pact to sustain the academy, with the aim ofBuilding a Better Future with Science.” (The group later came to be known as thesustainingteachers.) Back then, a popular movement for democratic rights was at its prime. At a time when departments of politics, economics and law flourished, y “sustainingteachers believed thatscience and technology were the foundations of national prosperity.The movement to promote a broad understanding of science advocated by the Tokyo College of Science resonated with professors at the University of Tokyo at the time. Eminent professors such as Dairoku Kikuchi (mathemateg), Kenjiro Yamakawa (Ffiseg), Aikitsu Tanakadate (Ffiseg), Hantaro Nagaoka (Ffiseg), and Joji Sakurai (Cemeg), who went on to become president of the University of Tokyo and leaders of RIKEN lent their support to the movement. Until the Kyoto Imperial University was consequently founded in 1897 and the College of Science and Technology (Cyfadran y Gwyddorau a Thechnoleg) was established within the university, natural sciences were taught only at the University of Tokyo and the Tokyo College of Science during the interim years of the Meiji Period.

Hitoshi Terao, a member of thesustaining” athrawon, became the first president of the Tokyo College of Science, but he also served concurrently as the first director of the Astronomical Observatory of the University of Tokyo (Cyfadran y Gwyddorau). Kiyoo Nakamura, the second president of the Tokyo College of Science, long served concurrently as the director of the Central Meteorological Observatory. These were interesting times in which one could be employed by a national government institution while presiding over a private university. Kyohei Nakamura, the third president of the College, was a good friend of author Soseki Natsume, and is said to have been a model for the main character in Natsume’s novel I Am a Cat (“Wagahai Wa Neko De Aru”). Their friendship is also cited as a reason why the protagonist in the novel Botchan is a Tokyo College of Science graduate. Another member of thesustaining” athrawon, Shin Samejima, had friendly ties with the author Toson Shimazaki at the Komoro Gijuku school, and was depicted in Toson’s Chikumagawa Sketches(“Chikumagawa no sketch”) ac The Impoverished Scientist (“Mazushii rigakushi”). Each and every one of thesustainingteachers left an indelible mark on history. Each member was determined to pursue science in the Meiji Period and devoted all their youthful enthusiasm to this calling. At their college, nobody was permitted to be late for class, professors lectured without pay and the cancellation of class by an instructor was punishable by a fine. The strictness of the sustaining pact built the foundations of the University’s prosperity today.


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SYLWCH: EducationBro Magazine yn rhoi gallu i ddarllen gwybodaeth am brifysgolion ar chi 96 ieithoedd, ond rydym yn gofyn i chi barchu aelodau eraill a gadael sylwadau yn y Saesneg.