Lecture Hall 2
Themed around the concept of “Heritage and Evolution”
The first floor of Lecture Hall 2, completed in March 2009, is home to the High Technology Research Center, which serves as a center for advanced pharmaceutical research. The second through fifth floors, as well as classrooms set aside for 4th-year and 6th-year students, are equipped with 32 seminar rooms for medical classes as well as learning rooms and amenity spaces for students at key locations.
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As well as classrooms for 4th-year and 6th-year students, different types of learning rooms suited to either individual and group learning have been provided in response to students’ needs.
Seminar Room Floor
There are a total of 24 small seminar rooms on the second floor.
High Technology Research Center
Mobilizing the Wisdom of Our Laboratories
As a facility for promoting leading research projects mobilizing the wisdom of SPU’s laboratories, the High Technology Research Center consists of various facilities including a biomolecular analysis room, a laboratory for research in chemistry, and a conference room. These laboratories and research facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment that can measure and analyze biomolecule and pharmaceutical products at the molecular level. By using this state-of-the-art equipment, our graduate and undergraduate students are producing outstanding research results and contributing significantly to the development of young researchers and the internationalization of research at SPU.
A Base for the Presentation of Research Projects
Able to accommodate 80 people, the conference room is used as a base for presenting on research projects being conducted both inside and outside the university. Graduate and undergraduate students working to improve their research capabilities also use it as a presentation space on a daily basis.
Laboratories and Research Facilities
A Floor for Experiments Supporting High-Tech Research
The biomolecular analysis room, laboratory for research in chemistry, and other laboratories provided for the promotion of high-level research have been designed with a high degree of freedom by making exclusive use of moveable dry-wall partitions to respond to everyday changes in evolving research environments.