The graduate course of civil engineering is fully committed to educating graduate students to become well-disciplined engineers, practitioners and researchers who endeavour to engage in planning, designing, construction and maintenance of the important infrastructures necessary for our society, including roads, railways, dams, energy supply facilities, information and communications facilities, facilities for water supply and sewage, ports and airports. It is also important to engage in reducing risks of natural hazards that strike our society more often than ever.

Our greatest mission is therefore to send off graduate students who have basic technical skills and continue to develop their capability. The curriculum of the graduate course fully relies on its undergraduate scheme of academic areas, consisting of structural engineering, hydraulics and hydro-climatology, geotechnical engineering, concrete engineering, environmental engineering and transportation planning and remote sensing. Graduate students are enrolled in the advanced levels of academic areas associated with their supervising professors. They are required to complete several classes associated with their academic areas, as well as some other classes of different disciplines in civil engineering and liberal arts. They are also required to conduct research on specific topics to submit graduate theses and to go through oral examinations.

List of Research Areas and Faculty Members

Major Name Title Research Area
Structural Engineering TOUHEI Terumi Professor Elastic Wave Engineering
KIMURA Kichiro Professor Structural Engineering
Wind Engineering
SAEKI Masayuki Professor Structural Monitoring
Hydraulic Engineering NIHEI Yasuo Professor Flood disaster
Environmental Hydraulics
NAKAYOSHI Makoto Associate Professor Hydrology
Urban Meteorology
Geotechnical Engineering KIKUCHI Yoshiaki Professor Geotechnical Engineering
Soil Mechanics
TSUKAMOTO Yoshimichi Professor Geotechnical Engineering
Soil Dynamics
Environmental Engineering DEGUCHI Hiroshi Professor Environmental Engineering
Concrete engineering KATO Yoshitaka Professor Concrete Engineering
Construction Material Management
Transportation Planning TERABE Shintaro Professor Transportation Systems Planning
YAGINUMA Hideki Junior Associate Professor Transportation Planning
Geoenvironmental Engineering KOJIMA Hirohito Professor National Land Information Engineering
Remote Sensing
Maintenance Engineering SAEKI Masayuki Professor Structural Monitoring
(Visiting Faculty Members and Research Fields Based on the Joint Graduate School System)
Civil Engineering MOURI Yuuichi Visiting Professor Transportation Planning
Regional Planning
TERABE Shintaro Professor*
Concrete Engineering KATO Ema Visiting Professor Concrete Engineering
Maintenance Management
KATO Yoshitaka Professor*
(Note) * indicates deputy advisors.