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Innovative Technologies for Infrastructures (NEXCO-West, NEXCO Engineering Kansai, Hanshin Expressway, Hanshin Expressway Technology Center)

Academic Staff

Tomoki SHIOTANI

Tomoki SHIOTANIProfessor (Graduate School of Engineering)

Research Topics

Contacts

Room b4S14, Bldg. C3, Katsura Campus
TEL: +81-75-383-3494
FAX: +81-75-383-3495
E-mail: shiotani.tomoki.2v@kyoto-u.ac.jp

Atsushi HATTORI

Atsushi HATTORIProfessor (Graduate School of Engineering)

Research Topics

The recent study can be specified primarily by the performance of steel structures, steel-concrete composite structures and FRP structures secure in the earthquake, while considering its durability and environmental-load-reduction. The study is also extended to develop a health monitoring system and a rehabilitation methodology of structures.

Contacts

Room b4S16, Bldg. C3, Katsura Campus
TEL: +81-75-383-3496
FAX: +81-75-383-3495
E-mail: hattori.atsushi.7z@kyoto-u.ac.jp

Nobuhiro OKUDE

Nobuhiro OKUDE Assistant Professor (Graduate School of Engineering)

Research Topics

The major field of research is non-destructive visualization of the internal state of infrastructure. "Elastic wave", "Acoustic Emission", "Rayleigh wave", "Tomography", etc. are keywords on my research topic. In recent years, attempts to apply more durable materials such as FRP (fiber reinforced polymer) materials to infrastructure have accelerated. However, no evaluation method has been established to ensure these qualities. Developing new non-destructive quality evaluation methods for these new materials is another research topic.

Contacts

Room b4S15, Bldg. C3, Katsura Campus
TEL: +81-75-383-3495
FAX: +81-75-383-3495
E-mail: okude.nobuhiro.2w@kyoto-u.ac.jp

Norihiko OGURA

NorihikoOGURAAssistant Professor (Graduate School of Engineering)

Research Topics

Our main research topic is using elastic waves for non-destructive evaluation of concrete structures. Recently, we also work on applying 3D point cloud data together with quantitative evaluation of internal parts of structures. By using this technology, we aim to achieve labor-saving in the field of infrastructure maintenance.

Contacts

Room b4S15, Bldg. C3, Katsura Campus
TEL: +81-75-383-3495
FAX: +81-75-383-3495
E-mail: ogura.norihiko.2z@kyoto-u.ac.jp

Research Topics

Laboratory Website

http://iti-labo.kuciv.kyoto-u.ac.jp/