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Akita University

Civil and Environmental Engineering Course

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Course Outline

In the Civil and Environmental Engineering Course, students conduct educational research regarding the development, maintenance and management of social infrastructure while taking the natural and social environment into consideration, and the creation and protection of a safe, secure, comfortable local environment. Students learn about technology to create and protect a safe, secure, comfortable local environment, focusing on structural mechanics, construction materials, soil mechanics, hydraulics and transport system planning.

Course Features

It is said that civil engineering is “technology that helps mankind using the tremendous power of nature as its source.” Through the construction of public facilities, due to the construction of a safe and comfortable environment, we have contributed to the improvement of mankind’s living environment. However, in order to develop social capital, it is not necessarily acceptable to destroy the abundant natural environment we have now. Using 5 fundamental areas as an educational and research base, students learn how to maintain a social infrastructure that is resilient in natural disasters, comfortable, and sustainable in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Course.

What kind of human resources are we training

We are cultivating human resources who can take the natural and social environments into consideration while proposing technology regarding the development, maintenance and management of infrastructure, and can disseminate the technology developed both in Japan and overseas.

Staff

*Detailed information of the staff are available from the digest of the researchers list.

MATSUTOMI Hideo Professor Study on tsunami, flood and beach process
TOKUSHIGE Hidenobu Professor Study on Durability and Environmental Conscious Performance of Concrete
HAMAOKA Hidekatsu Professor Analysis to enhance traffic safety and smoothness of traffic
GOTOU Humihiko Professor Easily assembled timber bridges, Origami structures and so on
OGINO Toshihiro Associate Professor Study on deformation and strength of peat soil
HINO Satoru Associate Professor Study on Public Transportation and Community Development in Loaca Cities
TAKAHASHI Ryosuke Associate Professor Study on evaluation of structural performance of concrete structures
WATANABE  Kazuya Lecturer Investigation of  Measurements and Numerical Modeling of Natural Disaster in rivers and coastal area
NODA Ryu Lecturer Study on wood use to civil engineering works structure
TAGUCHI Takeshi Assistant Professor Peak and residual strength characteristics of cement-treated soil cured under different consolidation conditions, Difference in strength characteristics of cement-improved soil under different stress conditions