Department of Urban Design and Engineering
The Department fosters planners and engineers who have the ability to solve urban issues.
The ideal form of a city has constantly changed due to various factors, including the social landscape, economic climate, environmental issues, natural disaster control measures, and internationalization. In the course of rapid urban development, there once was a time when a haphazard approach was taken, and the top priority was given to functionality and efficiency. This has resulted in a considerable load on the natural environment, causing such problems as ecosystem disruption, resource depletion, and climate change. In the world of the future, there is a strong need for the realization of a “sustainable city.” A “sustainable city” refers to a city that inherits and further develops the history and culture unique to the city, reduces the load on the environment, and harmonizes human activities with the natural environment. It also means an affluent but safe, secure and functional city that is resistant to and flexibly responds to external impacts, including natural disasters.
To establish a sustainable city, you must have the basic scientific ability to understand the functions and structure of cities, and a wide variety of knowledge to identify the various elements required of cities of the future. You also need the ability to interpret urban issues based on scientific grounds and propose convincing solutions, as well as communication skills and adaptability, in order to put your proposals into practice. The Department of Urban Design and Engineering fosters planners and engineers who have such knowledge and abilities.
|Professor||KANA Koichi||Urban Planning & Design|
|Lecturer||TAKAGI Yuuri||Urban Planning & Design|
|Professor||UCHIDA Takashi||Transportation Planning|
|Associate Professor||YOSHIDA Nagahiro||Infrastructure Planning & Traffic Engineering|
|Professor||NISHIOKA Masatoshi||Thermal Environmental Engineering|
|Professor||NABESHIMA Minako||Thermal Energy Systems|
|Professor||SOHMA Akio||Aquatic Ecosystem Engineering|
|Associate Professor||ENDO Toru||Aquatic Ecosystem Engineering|
|Professor||KANJO Yoshinori||Urban Recycle Engineering|
|Associate Professor||MIZUTANI Satoshi||Urban Recycle Engineering|
|Professor||KITOH Hiroaki||Structural & Concrete Engineering|
|Associate Professor||TSUNOKAKE Hisao||Structural & Concrete Engineering|
|Professor||YAMAGUCHI Takashi||Bridge Engineering, Steel Structure|
|Assistant Professor||HAYASHI Gen||Composite Material, Monitoring|
|Professor||OSHIMA Akihiko||Geotechnical Engineering|
|Associate Professor||YAMADA Suguru||Geotechnical Engineering|
|Professor||SHIGEMATSU Takaaki||River and Coastal Engineering|
|Associate Professor||NAKAJO Sota||Hydraulics|
|Professor||YONEZAWA Go||Spatial Informatics|
|Associate Professor||SUGIMOTO Kenji||Spatial Informatics|