- Department of Mathematics
- Department of Physics
- Department of Information Sciences
- Department of Applied Biological Science
- Department of Architecture
- Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry
- Department of Electrical Engineering
- Department of Industrial Administration
- Department of Mechanical Engineering
- Department of Civil Engineering
The role that is demanded of civil engineers has shifted rapidly from quantitative and efficient construction of civil engineering structures to the development and maintenance/management of a selective and sustainable social infrastructure that takes the current natural and social environments into consideration.
This is why the educational goal of this department is to train professionals who meet the following requirements: "Civil engineers possessing basic knowledge, as well as rich adaptivity and expansivity"; "Civil engineers capable of working independently while possessing a sense of ethics and an environmental perspective"; and "Civil engineers who have the ability to act, and are trusted".
Research Groups & Research Areas
Structural Engineering / Applied Mechanics
To run civil engineering facilities properly, it is necessary to build bridges and many other structures. Structural engineering helps to construct these reasonably. Further, applied mechanics engages in basic research providing the mathematical and theoretical foundation for structural engineering.
Kimura Research Group / Saeki Research Group / Touhei Research Group
Concrete Structures / Civil Engineering Materials
The consumption of concrete follows that of water. Concrete is absolutely necessary for a social infrastructure which realizes a safe and comfortable life. We consider the design, construction, maintenance and management of concrete, as well as the effective use of concrete waste.
Kato Research Group
Analysis and Experiments Relating to Soil and Foundations
Tunnels, long-span bridges, dams, high-rise buildings, seaside landfills and other social infrastructure around us stand on various types of ground. Using theory and experiments, we explain engineering problems related to the ground.
Kikuchi Research Group / Tsukamoto Research Group
A large number of problems related to the environment and disaster prevention involving air and water have come to light, including air pollution, water pollution, flooding, and giant tsunami. We uncover them by on-site observations, experiments and numerical simulations.
Nakayoshi Research Group / Nihei Research Group
Have you ever thought about your surroundings? All of it is the environment. Do you know where wastewater is flowing? Do you know what trash is? The study of all these things is environmental engineering.
Deguchi Research Group
Roles and Planning of Transport Faclities / Facilities and Planning for Urban Areas
Transport infrastructure such as roads and railways needs to be planned to make sure that people can travel comfortably and efficiently. We look into how social capital is planned and designed, and how it is realized and evaluated.
Terabe Research Group / Yaginuma Research Group
Wide-Area Environments / Processing and Analysis of National Land Information
Remote sensing is continuing to evolve as an earth observation technology. This field works on research tasks involving the processing and analysis of remote sensing data from satellite observations and the like.
Kojima Research Group
List of Faculty Members
|DEGUCHI Hiroshi||Professor||Environmental dynamic analysis
Civil and environmental engineering
|Civil engineering environmental system
Civil engineering environmental system
|KATO Yoshitaka||Professor||Structural engineering/Earthquake engineering/Maintenance management engineering||Concrete Engineering, Construction Material Management|
|KIKUCHI Yoshiaki||Professor||Geotechnical engineering||DeepFoundation, Geo-environment, Soft clay, Port Construction Engineering|
|KIMURA Kichiro||Professor||Structural engineering/Earthquake engineering/Maintenance management engineering||bridges, wind effects on structures, wind environment, wind turbines|
|KOJIMA Hirohito||Professor||Civil engineering project/Traffic engineering||Spatial information engineering, remote sensing, image processing and analysis|
|NIHEI Yasuo||Professor||Hydraulic engineering||Environmental hydraulics, River engineering, Fluid dynamics|
|SAEKI Masayuki||Professor||Structural engineering/Earthquake engineering/Maintenance management engineering||sensing, monitoring|
|TERABE Shintaro||Professor||Civil engineering project/Traffic engineering||Transportation Planning, Transportation Marketing, Public Involvement|
|TOUHEI Terumi||Professor||Computational science||theory of elasstic waves, scattering theory, integral equation|
|TSUKAMOTO Yoshimichi||Professor||Geotechnical engineering||Soil liquefaction during earthquakes and associated problems|
|Nakayoshi Makoto||Associate Professor||Hydraulic engineering||Hydro-meteorology, Bio-meteorology, Sensor development|
|YAGINUMA Hideki||Associate Professor||Civil engineering project/Traffic engineering||Travel behaviour analysis, Transportation Network Analysis, Econometrics, Machine learning|
|KASHIWADA Jin||Assistant Professor||Hydraulic engineering||hydraulics, River engineering|
|KIM HAEYOUNG||Assistant Professor|
|NODA Shohei||Assistant Professor||Geotechnical engineering|
|ONOMURA Shiho||Assistant Professor||Hydraulic engineering||Urban meteorology, Severe weather|
|TAKAHASHI Hayato||Assistant Professor|
|TANAKA Kosuke||Assistant Professor|
|UNO Haruka||Assistant Professor|
Information on Career Paths
Transport and Postal activities9.5%
Real estate and Goods rental and Leasing6.0%
Professional and Technical Services3.4%
Electricity, Gas, Heat supply and Water3.4%