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  1. Curriculum at Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering
  2. Materials relating to Master's thesis
  3. Materials relating to Internship

I. Curriculum at Department of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering

Explanation of symbols:

maru2 Graduate school lecture given in English
sankaku1 Graduate School of Engineering common subject; subject of another department
sankaku2 Course for Doctoral Program
hosi Subject of another graduate school
maru Alternate year lecture offered this year but not expected to be offered next year
shikaku Alternate year lecture not offered this year but expected to be offered next year

Master's Program Subject Guide

 

Subject

 

Teachers

Hours per week

 

Credits

 

1st
semester

2nd
semester

(100) Applied Mathematics in Civil & Earth Resources Engineering

Tamura. T & Tsukada. K

2

 

2

 

(101) Computational Mechanics and Simulation

Miyagawa. T, Matsuoka. T, Shirato. H, Utsunomiya. T, Ushijima. S & Sumi. T

2

 

2

maru2

(102) Applied Hydraulic Engineering

Nezu. I, Fujita. M (DPRI), Ushijima. S & Sumi. T

 

2

2

 

(103) Principles of Geotechnics

Oka. F, Iai. S (DPRI), Mimura. M, Kimoto. S, Ohnishi. Y, Ohtsu. H & Kamon. M

 

2

2

 

(104) Infrastructure Engineering A

All related staffs

(4)

(4)

4

 

(105) Infrastructure Engineering B

All related staffs

(4)

(4)

4

 

(201) Internship A

Miyagawa. T, Tsukada. K, Sumi. T & Utsunomiya. T

 

2

2

 

(202) Internship B

All related staffs

4

 

4

(203) Practice in Infrastructure Engineering

All related staffs

 

2

2

 

(204) Seminar on Structural Engineering

All related staffs

 

2

2

 

(205) Hydraulic Engineering for Infrastructure Development and Management

All related staffs

 

2

2

 

(400) Continuum Mechanics

Tamura. T & Sugiura. K

2

 

2

 

(401) Structural Stability

Sugiura. K, Utsunomiya. T & Shirato. H

 

2

2

maru2

(402) Material and Structural System

Miyagawa. T & Yamamoto. T

2

 

2

 

(403) Wind Engineering

Shirato. H & Yagi. T

 

2

2

 

(404) Mathematical Analysis in Global Engineering

Iai. S (DPRI), Mimura. M (DPRI), Kawaike. K (DPRI) & Takebayashi. H (DPRI)

2

 

2

 

(405) Resources Development Systems

Matsuoka. T & Murata. S

2

 

2

 

(406) Modelling of Geology

Yamada. Y

 

2

2

 

(407) Applied Elasticity for Rock Mechanics

Murata. S

 

2

2

 

(408) Fundamental Theories in Geophysical Exploration

Mikada. H, Saeki () & Goto ()

2

 

2

 

(409) Time Series Analysis

Tsukada. K

 

2

2

 

(410) Computational Fluid Dynamics

Nezu. I, Shirato. H & Ushijima. S

 

2

2

 

(411) Hydraulics & Turbulence Mechanics

Nezu. I & Ushijima. S

2

 

2

 

(413) River Engineering and River Basin Management

Hosoda. T, Sumi. T & Kishida. K

2

 

2

 

(418) River basin management of flood and sediment

Nakagawa. H (DPRI) & Kawaike. K (DPRI)

 

2

2

 

(419) Basin Environmental Disaster Mitigation

Fujita. M (DPRI), Takemon. Y (DPRI), Muto. Y & Tsutusmi. D

2

 

2

 

(420) Numerical Methods in Geomechanics

Oka. F & Kimoto. S

2

 

2

 

(421) Geomechanics

Oka. F

2

 

2

 

(422) Waterfront Geotechnics

Iai. S (DPRI), Sekiguchi. H (DPRI) & Mimura. M (DPRI)

 

2

2

 

(423) Computational Geotechnics

Oka. F & Kimoto. S

 

2

2

maru2

(424) Infrastructure Creation Engineering

All related staffs

2

 

2

 

(500) Steel Structures

Sugiura. K & Utsunomiya. T

 

2

2

 

(501) Concrete Structural Engineering

Miyagawa T & Murota ()

 

2

2

 

(502) Structural Design

Iemura. H & Utsunomiya. T

2

 

2

 

(503) Frontiers in Energy Resources

Matsuoka. T & Ueda. A

2

 

2

 

(504) Lecture on Exploration Geophysics

Mikada.H & Asakura.S (Schlumberger)

 

2

2

 

(505) Measurement in the earth's crust environment

Ishida. T & Yamamoto. K (JOGMEC)

2

 

2

 

(506) Design of Underground Structures

Asakura. T

 

2

2

 

(507) Infrastrucuture Safety Engineering

All related staffs

 

2

2

 

(601) Frontiers in Modern Science & Thechnology

All related staffs

(2)

(2)

2

sankaku1

(602) Science & Technology International Leadership

All related staffs

 

2

2

sankaku1

(603) Exercise in Practical Scientific English

All related staffs

2

 

2

maru2
sankaku1

(604) 21世紀を切り拓く科学技術(科学技術のフロントランナー講座)

All related staffs

2

 

2

sankaku1

(605) Introduction to Advanced Material Science and Technology

Related staffs

2

 

2

maru2
sankaku1

(606) New Engineering Materials, Adv.

Related staffs

 

2

2

maru2
sankaku1

(607) Emargency Management Systems

Kawata. Y (DPRI)  & Yamori. K (DPRI)

 

2

2

hosi
sankaku1

(999) Master's Thesis

 

 

 

 

 

Important Information

  1. Infrastructure Engineering A and B and a master's thesis are required.

  2. A total of at least four credits must be obtained from Infrastructure Engineering ORT / Internship A (ORT denotes On-the-Research-Training), Resources Development Systems, Seminar on Structural Engineering, Seminar on Hydraulic Engineering, or Seminar on Geotechnics.

  3. Students may include subjects of other departments or graduate schools among the subjects in the above table at their discretion under the guidance of their academic advisors.

  4. Of the 30 credits required for completion, a total of at least 20 credits must be obtained from subjects in the above list.

  5. Please review detailed subject content (syllabus) by accessing the Graduate School of Engineering website
    (URL: http://www.t.kyoto-u.ac.jp/syllabus-gs).

Advanced Engineering Course Subject Guide

 

Subject

 

Teachers

Hours per week

 

Credits

 

1st
semester

2nd
semester

(101) Applied Mathematics in Civil & Earth Resources Engineering

Tamura. T & Tsukada. K

2

 

2

 

(102) Computational Mechanics and Simulation

Miyagawa. T, Matsuoka. T, Shirato. H, Utsunomiya. T, Ushijima. S & Sumi. T

2

 

2

maru2

(103) Applied Hydraulic Engineering

Nezu. I, Fujita. M (DPRI), Ushijima. S & Sumi. T

 

2

2

 

(104) Principles of Geotechnics

Oka. F, Iai. S (DPRI), Mimura. M, Kimoto. S, Ohnishi. Y, Ohtsu. H & Kamon. M

 

2

2

 

(105) Resources Development Systems

Matsuoka. T & Murata. S

2

2

(106) Infrastructure Engineering A

All related staffs

(4)

(4)

4

 

(107) Infrastructure Engineering B

All related staffs

(4)

(4)

4

 

(201) Internship A

Miyagawa. T, Tsukada. K, Sumi. T & Utsunomiya. T

 

2

2

 

(202) Internship B

All related staffs

4

 

4

(203) Practice in Infrastructure Engineering

All related staffs

 

2

2

 

(204) Seminar on Structural Engineering

All related staffs

 

2

2

 

(205) Hydraulic Engineering for Infrastructure Development and Management

All related staffs

 

2

2

 

(301) Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering A I

Tamura. T, Miyagawa. T, Sugiura. K, Shirato. H & Utsunomiya. T

2

2

4

maru2
maru
sankaku2

(302) Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering A II

Tamura. T, Miyagawa. T, Sugiura. K, Shirato. H & Utsunomiya. T

2

2

4

maru2
shikaku
sankaku2

(303)  Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering B I

Nezu. I, Nakagawa. H (DPRI), Fujita. M (DPRI), Ushijima. S, Sumi. T, Mimura. M (DPRI), Kawaike. K (DPRI), Tsutusmi. D (DPRI) & Takebayashi. H (DPRI)

2

2

4

maru
sankaku2

(304) Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering B II

Nezu. I, Nakagawa. H (DPRI), Fujita. M (DPRI), Ushijima. S, Sumi. T, Mimura. M (DPRI), Kawaike. K (DPRI), Tsutusmi. D (DPRI) & Takebayashi. H (DPRI)

2

2

4

shikaku
sankaku2

(305) Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering C I

Sekiguchi. H (DPRI) Oka. F, Ishida. T, Iai. S (DPRI), Mimura. M (DPRI), Mikada. H, Murata. S & Kimoto. S

2

2

4

maru
sankaku2

(306) Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering C II

Sekiguchi. H (DPRI) Oka. F, Ishida. T, Iai. S (DPRI), Mimura. M (DPRI), Mikada. H, Murata. S & Kimoto. S

2

2

4

shikaku
sankaku2

(307) Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering D I

Asakura. T,  Tsukada. K, Yamada. Y, Ueda. A & Xue. Z

2

2

4

maru
sankaku2

(308) Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering D II

Asakura. T,  Tsukada. K, Yamada. Y, Ueda. A & Xue. Z

2

2

4

shikaku
sankaku2

(401) Continuum Mechanics

Tamura. T & Sugiura. K

2

 

2

 

(402) Structural Stability

Sugiura. K, Utsunomiya. T & Shirato. H

 

2

2

maru2

(403) Material and Structural System

Miyagawa. T & Yamamoto. T

2

 

2

 

(404) Wind Engineering

Shirato. H & Yagi. T

 

2

2

 

(405) Mathematical Analysis in Global Engineering

Iai. S (DPRI), Mimura. M (DPRI), Kawaike. K (DPRI) & Takebayashi. H (DPRI)

2

 

2

 

(406) Modelling of Geology

Yamada. Y

 

2

2

 

(407) Applied Elasticity for Rock Mechanics

Murata. S

 

2

2

 

(408) Fundamental Theories in Geophysical Exploration

Mikada. H, Saeki () & Goto ()

2

 

2

 

(409) Time Series Analysis

Tsukada. K

 

2

2

 

(410) Computational Fluid Dynamics

Nezu. I, Shirato. H & Ushijima. S

 

2

2

 

(411) Hydraulics & Turbulence Mechanics

Nezu. I & Ushijima. S

2

 

2

 

(412) River Engineering and River Basin Management

Hosoda. T, Sumi. T & Kishida. K

2

 

2

 

(413) River basin management of flood and sediment

Nakagawa. H (DPRI) & Kawaike. K (DPRI)

 

2

2

 

(414) Basin Environmental Disaster Mitigation

Fujita. M (DPRI), Takemon. Y (DPRI), Muto. Y & Tsutusmi. D

2

 

2

 

(415) Numerical Methods in Geomechanics

Oka. F & Kimoto. S

2

 

2

 

(416) Geomechanics

Oka. F

2

 

2

 

(418) Waterfront Geotechnics

Iai. S (DPRI), Sekiguchi. H (DPRI) & Mimura. M (DPRI)

 

2

2

 

(419) Computational Geotechnics

Oka. F & Kimoto. S

 

2

2

maru2

(420) Infrastructure Creation Engineering

All related staffs

2

 

2

 

(501) Steel Structures

Sugiura. K & Utsunomiya. T

 

2

2

 

(502) Concrete Structural Engineering

Miyagawa T & Murota ()

 

2

2

 

(503) Structural Design

Iemura. H & Utsunomiya. T

2

 

2

 

(504) Frontiers in Energy Resources

Matsuoka. T & Ueda. A

2

 

2

 

(505) Lecture on Exploration Geophysics

Mikada.H & Asakura.S (Schlumberger)

 

2

2

 

(506) Measurement in the earth's crust environment

Ishida. T & Yamamoto. K (JOGMEC)

2

 

2

 

(508) Design of Underground Structures

Asakura. T

 

2

2

 

(509) Infrastrucuture Safety Engineering

All related staffs

 

2

2

 

(601) Frontiers in Modern Science & Thechnology

All related staffs

(2)

(2)

2

 

(602) Science & Technology International Leadership

All related staffs

 

2

2

 

(603) Exercise in Practical Scientific English

All related staffs

2

 

2

maru2

(604) 21世紀を切り拓く科学技術(科学技術のフロントランナー講座)

All related staffs

2

 

2

 

(604) Introduction to Advanced Material Science and Technology

Related staffs

2

 

2

maru2

(605) New Engineering Materials, Adv.

Related staffs

 

2

2

maru2

(606) Emargency Management Systems

Kawata. Y (DPRI)  & Yamori. K (DPRI)

 

2

2

hosi

(998) Master's Thesis

All related staffs

 

 

 

 

(999) Docter's Thesis

All related staffs

Important Information

  1. Please review detailed subject content (syllabus) by accessing the Graduate School of Engineering website
    (URL: http://www.t.kyoto-u.ac.jp/syllabus-gs).
  2. Courses numbered 100-199 are compulsory elective. Students advancing to the three-year course following completion of the Master's Program cannot register for 106 or 107.
  3. Courses numbered 200-299 are seminars, ORT, or internships. However, 201 can be made a core subject. Students can obtain approved credits for practical training in infrastructure engineering, such as practical training in water area disaster mitigation or experimental structural engineering, by completing the prescribed form and obtaining approval of the content of the practical training.
  4. Courses numbered 300-399 are Doctoral Program subjects.
  5. Courses numbered 400-499 are major subjects.
  6. Courses numbered 500-599 are minor subjects.
  7. Courses numbered 600-699 are Graduate School of Engineering common subjects or subjects of other departments.
  8. Academic advisors can designate major subjects or subjects of other departments as minor applied subjects or advanced subjects. Subjects not assigned to a subject category are classified as minor subjects.
  9. As a general rule, Infrastructure Engineering ORT / Internship A and B are short-term (three weeks) or long-term (three-months) courses. A total of six credits for two subjects can be accredited for an ORT of six months or longer.
  10. At the time of enrollment, students submit course plans (core subjects, major subjects, minor subjects, etc.) and obtain the approval of their academic advisor committee. Although it is possible to change the course plan even during the course of an academic year, the approval of the academic advisor committee must be obtained.

Integrated Engineering Course Subject Guide

 

Subject

 

Teachers

Hours per week

 

Credits

 

1st
semester

2nd
semester

(101) Infrastructure Creation Engineering

All related staffs

2

 

2

 

(102) Developmental and Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering Seminar A

All related staffs

(4)

(4)

4

(103) Developmental and Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering Seminar B

All related staffs

(4)

(4)

4

(201) Seminar on Structural Engineering

All related staffs

2

2

(202) Hydraulic Engineering for Infrastructure Development and Management

All related staffs

2

2

(203) Principles of Geotechnics

Oka. F, Iai. S (DPRI), Mimura. M (DPRI), Kimoto. S, Ohnishi. Y, Ohtsu. H & Kamon. M

2

2

(204) Infrastructure Planning

All related staffs

2

2

(205) Resources Development Systems

Matsuoka. T & Murata. S

2

2

(206) Environmental Risk

Uchiyama. I, Morisawa. S & Matsuda. T

2

2

(207) Construction Materials for Human Environment

Nishiyama. M & Suita. K

2

2

(208) Optimum System Design Engineering

Yoshimura. M & Nishiwaki. S

2

2

(209) Developmental and Sustainable Infrastructure Internship A

All related staffs

2

2

(210) Developmental and Sustainable Infrastructure Internship B

All related staffs

4

4

(301) Developmental and Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering Seminar I

All related staffs

(4)

(4)

4

sankaku2

(302) Developmental and Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering Seminar II

All related staffs

(4)

(4)

4

sankaku2

(401) Computational Mechanics and Simulation

Miyagawa. T, Matsuoka. T, Shirato. H, Utsunomiya. T, Ushijima. S & Sumi. T

2

 

2

maru2

(402) Continuum Mechanics

Tamura. T & Sugiura. K

2

 

2

 

(403) Structural Stability

Sugiura. K, Utsunomiya. T & Shirato. H

 

2

2

maru2

(404) Material and Structural System

Miyagawa. T & Yamamoto. T

2

2

(405) Wind Engineering

Shirato. H & Yagi. T

2

2

(406) Computational Fluid Dynamics

Nezu. I, Shirato. H & Ushijima. S

2

2

(407) Hydraulics & Turbulence Mechanics

Nezu. I & Ushijima. S

2

2

(408) Basin Environmental Disaster Mitigation

Fujita. M (DPRI), Takemon. Y (DPRI), Muto. Y (DPRI) & Tsutusmi. D (DPRI)

2

2

(409) River basin management of flood and sediment

Nakagawa. H (DPRI) & Kawaike. K (DPRI)

 

2

2

(410) Numerical Methods in Geomechanics

Oka. F & Kimoto. S

2

2

(411) Geomechanics

Oka. F

2

2

(412) Waterfront Geotechnics

Iai. S (DPRI), Sekiguchi. H (DPRI) & Mimura. M (DPRI)

2

2

(413) Computational Geotechnics

Oka. F & Kimoto. S

2

2

maru2

(414) Modelling of Geology

Yamada. Y

 

2

2

 

(415) Applied Elasticity for Rock Mechanics

Murata. S

 

2

2

 

(416) Fundamental Theories in Geophysical Exploration

Mikada. H, Saeki () & Goto ()

2

 

2

 

(417) Time Series Analysis

Tsukada. K

 

2

2

 

(419) Public Finance

Kobayashi. K & Matsushima. K

2

2

maru2

(420) Information Technology for Urban Society

Nakagawa. D

2

2

(421) City Logistics

Taniguchi. E

2

2

(422) Intelligent Transportation Systems

Uno. N

2

2

 

(423) Quantitative Methods for Behavioral Analysis

Kitamura. R

2

2

maru2

(424) Risk Management

Okada. N (DPRI) & Yokomatsu. M

2

2

maru2

(425) Structural Dynamics

Igarashi. A

2

2

(426) Earthquake Engineering/Lifeline Engineering

Kiyono. J

2

2

maru2

(427) Seismic Engineering Exercise

Sawada. S (DPRI) & Takahashi. Y (DPRI)

2

2

(428) Urban Sanitary Engineering

Itoh. S & Echigo. S

2

2

(429) Management of geotechnical Infrastructures

Ohtsu. H, Kishida. K & Shiotani. T

2

2

(430) River Engineering and River Basin Management

Hosoda. T, Sumi. T & Kishida. K

2

2

(430) Remote Sensing of Global Environment

Tamura. M

2

2

(431) Environmental Information

Tamura. M & Susaki. J

2

2

(432) Fundamental Geofront Engineering

Ohnishi. Y & Nishiyama. T

2

2

(433) Geofront Environmental Design

Ohnishi. Y & Ohtsu. H

2

2

(434) Hydraulics of Sediment Transport

Gotoh. H

2

2

(435) Coastal Wave Dynamics

Mase. H & Gotoh. H

2

2

(436) Environmental Geosphere Engineering

Aoki. K & Niinae M

2

2

(437) Energy System Management Adv.

Aoki. K

2

2

(438) Ecomaterial and Environment-friendly Structures

Kawano. H & Hattori. A

2

2

(439) Hydrology

Shiiba. M, Tachikawa. Y & Ichikawa. Y

2

2

(440) Hydrologic Design and Management

Shiiba. M, Tachikawa. Y & Ichikawa. Y

2

2

(441) Civic and Landscape Design

Kawasaki. M & Hara. S

2

2

(442) Landscape and Environmental Planning

Kawasaki. M

2

2

(445) Water Resources Systems

Kojiri. T (DPRI), Hori. T (DPRI) & Tanaka. K (DPRI)

2

2

(446) Coastal and Urban Water Disasters Engineering

Mase. H (DPRI), Toda. K (DPRI) & Yoneyama. N

2

2

(447) Hydro-meteorologically based Disaster Prevention

Nakakita. E (DPRI), Takara. K & Kido. Y

2

2

(446) Planning Methodrogy for Environmental Disaster Mitigation

Hagiwara. Y

2

2

(447) Environmental Innovation Engineering

Kimura. M

2

2

(448) Theory of Structural Materials, Adv.

Nishiyama. M & Suita. K

2

2

(449) Building Geoenvironment Engineering

Takewaki. I & Tamura. S

2

2

(450) Building Foundation and Geotechnical Engineering

Takewaki. I & Tsuji. M

2

2

(451) Urban Fire Hazard Mitigation and Safety Planning

Tanaka. T & Harada. K

2

2

(452) Performance-based Design of Reinforced Concreate Structure

Tanaka. H Nishiyama. M & Tamura. S

2

2

maru2

(453) Digital Signal Processing

Ise. S, Uetani. Y & Tsuji. M

2

2

(454) Water Quality Engineering

Tsuno. H, Tanaka. H & Nishimura. F

2

2

(455) Systems Approach on Sound Material Cycles Society

Sakai. S & Hirai. Y

2

2

(456) Environmental System Theory

Kurata. G

2

2

(457) Atomospheric Environment Management

Matsuoka. Y

2

2

(458) Geohydro Environmental Engineering, Adv.

Yoneda. M

2

2

(459) Advanced Environmental Health

Uchiyama. I & Matsui. T

2

2

(460) Urban Metabolism Engineering, Adv.

Morisawa. S & Takaoka. M

2

2

(461) Environmental Microbiology, Adv.

Tsuno. H, Tanaka. H, Nishimura. F & Yamashita. N

2

2

(462) New Environmental Engineering I, Adv.

Tsuno. H, Tanaka. H, Fujii. S & Shimizu. Y

2

2

maru2

(463) New Environmental Engineering II, Adv.

Matsuoka. Y,  Fujii. S, Takaoka. M & Kurata. G

 

2

2

maru2

(464) Environmental Risk management

Morisawa. S, Fujikawa. Y & Nakayama. A

2

2

(465) Hazardous Waste Management, Adv.

Sakai. S, Takaoka. M & Hirai. Y

2

2

(466) Global Behavior of Environmental Isotopes, Adv.

Mahara. Y, Kubota. T & Nakano. T

2

2

(467) Radioactive Waste Management, Adv.

Koyama. A

2

2

(468) Transport Phenomena

Nakabe. K

2

2

(469) Quantum Condensed Matter Physics

Tachibana. A

2

2

(501) Frontiers in Modern Science & Thechnology

All related staffs

(2)

(2)

2

 

(502) 21世紀を切り拓く科学技術(科学技術のフロントランナー講座)

All related staffs

2

2

(503) Science & Technology International Leadership

All related staffs

 

2

2

 

(504) Exercise in Practical Scientific English

All related staffs

2

 

2

maru2

(505) Introduction to Advanced Material Science and Technology

Related staffs

2

 

2

maru2

(506) New Engineering Materials, Adv.

Related staffs

 

2

2

maru2

(998) Master's Thesis

All related staffs

 

 

 

 

(999) Docter's Thesis

All related staffs

Important Information

  1. Please review detailed subject content (syllabus) by accessing the Graduate School of Engineering website
    (URL: http://www.t.kyoto-u.ac.jp/syllabus-gs).
  2. Courses numbered 100-199 are required subjects. However, 102 and 103 are seminars for the master's students. Therefore, 102 and 103 cannot be taken by students in the three-year course following completion of the Master's Program.
  3. Courses numbered 200-299 are major subjects that can be approved as core subjects. However, only two courses from courses 201-204 (courses provided in four civil engineering fields) can be approved as core subjects.
    Note: Students from other universities entering the three-year course take the designated core subjects.
  4. Courses numbered 300-399 are Doctoral Program subjects.
  5. Courses numbered 400-499 are major subjects.
  6. Courses numbered 500-599 are Graduate School of Engineering common courses or courses of other departments.
  7. Academic advisors can designate major subjects or subjects of other departments as minor applied subjects or advanced subjects. Subjects not assigned to a subject category are classified as minor subjects.
  8. As a general rule, Infrastructure Engineering ORT / Internship A and B are short-term (three weeks) and long-term (three-months) courses. A total of six credits for two subjects can be accredited for an ORT of six months or longer.
  9. At the time of enrollment, a student submits a course plan (core subjects, major subjects, minor subjects, etc.) and obtains the approval of the academic advisor committee. Although it is possible to change the course plan even during the course of an academic year, approval of the academic advisor committee must be obtained.

Explanation of Subject Details

  • Computational Mechanics and Simulation
    Mathematical procedures and computational methods, such as Finite Element Methods (FEM) and Finite Difference Methods (FDM), are discussed for the general problems in the computational mechanics. Computer programs are actually created in the classes for initial and boundary-value problems to understand their applicability.  Parallel computation techniques are also introduced to perform the efficient simulations.  In addition, some applications of the computational methods are presented in the fluid and structure engineerings and atomistic physics.
  • Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering A I (Advanced Engineering Course)
    Lectures on current status and future prospects on topics concerning structural engineering will be given.  Students will be required to make presentation in English on their research progress.  Through the presentation and discussion, advanced research ability shall be enhanced.
  • Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering A II (Advanced Engineering Course)
    Lectures on current status and future prospects on topics concerning structural engineering will be given.  Students will be required to make presentation in English on their research progress.  Through the presentation and discussion, advanced research ability shall be enhanced.
  • Structural Stability
    The course aims to develop an understanding of basic notation of elastic stability through studying buckling behavior of columns, beams, plates, shells, frames, arches and other structural systems for the design of bridges and offshore structures. The topics covered in this course also include parametric instability and dynamic stability under nonconservative forces such as divergence and flutter phenomena.
  • Computational Geotechnics
    The course provides students with the numerical modeling of clay, sand and soft rocks. The course will cover reviews of the constitutive models of geomaterials. And the development of fully coupled finite element formulation for solid-fluid two phase materials. Students are required to develop a finite element code for solving boundary value problems. At the end of the term, project will be presented.

II. Materials Relating to Master's thesis (December 1, 2009)

For Students who are expected to complete MC (2009)

III. Materials Relating to Internship (April 21, 2009)