Research field/Faculty

Guide to Research Fields/FIELD

Structure of 3 research groups in 10 fields

The Department of Urban Infrastructure and Environment consists of 3 research groups in 10 fields.The research activities of each field in this department so far are shown below.

Infrastructure Field

Fundamental research on planning, design, management, and operation of facilities, structures, and systems that serve as social infrastructure for urban life and economic activities; new technological development incorporating cutting-edge technology; We are working on how facilities and systems should be from the perspective of "people" related to ease of use.Education and research activities are carried out by two groups, which are broadly divided into approaches from the perspective of structure and design, and efforts from the perspective of planning and transportation.

Faculty namePositionResearch field

Hiroyuki ONEYAMA
professorTransportation Planning, Traffic Environmental Load Analysis, Environmental Planning and Policy

professorsteel structure, bridge engineering

Associate professorCivil Engineering Planning, Economic Analysis

Associate professorHanging form bridges, composite structure bridges, new material bridges,
Repair and reinforcement of existing steel structures with new materials,
Evaluation and Conservation of Historic Steel Bridges

Yusuke KISHI
Assistant professorStructural Engineering/Steel Structures/Earthquake Engineering/Disaster Countermeasures

Assistant professortraffic flow analysis, driving behavior modeling,
traffic micro simulation,
traffic psychology, information processing

Environmental System Field

When dealing with complex and variable problems in the urban environment, an approach that treats the subject as a system is useful.In this field, based on conventional sanitary engineering, hydraulics, hydrology, river engineering, and coastal engineering, urban water supply and sewerage, environmental system analysis, environmental impact assessment, water environment conservation, coexistence technology between nature and humans, We conduct education and research from a comprehensive perspective, setting the research themes of each faculty member as the construction of a sound water circulation system, fluid analysis, understanding of natural phenomena and disaster prevention in river basins and sea areas, and promotion of resource recycling.

Faculty namePositionResearch field

Yoshiyuki IMAMURA
professorInternational Water Policy, River Engineering, Disaster Prevention, Hydrology

Katsuhide YOKOYAMA
professorElucidation of water and sediment dynamics in river systems,
Mechanism of topography and sediment formation in estuaries,
Development of water environment monitoring equipment

Yasuhiro ARAI
Associate professorMunicipal solid waste management plan,
optimization of the recycling system,
Statistical analysis on functional diagnosis and evaluation of water pipes

Hiroshi SAKAI
Associate professorWater supply, sewer, water quality maintenance, water area management

Associate professorElucidation of upwelling phenomena in stratospheric lakes,
Breaking and mixing mechanisms of internal waves,
Numerical simulation development

Azhikodan Gubash
Assistant professorHydraulics, estuary flow and topographic change,
Transport of sticky sediments and plankton dynamics

Assistant professorModeling of the water cycle mechanism in urban watersheds

Safety and Disaster Prevention Field

In order to ensure the safety of social life in regions and cities, it is important to build an urban disaster prevention system and to develop and operate appropriate facilities.In this field, elucidation of phenomena of natural disasters such as earthquakes, typhoons, and volcanic activities that occur in complex urban environments, risk assessment, construction of safety and disaster prevention systems, and rational design and construction of aboveground and underground structures. We conduct education and research on the establishment of technology, the development of maintenance and management technology as well as the improvement of durability performance, and the construction of disaster prevention information systems for damage prediction and countermeasure analysis.

Faculty namePositionResearch field

Nobuharu ISAGO
professorFor mountain tunnels and shield tunnels
Stability evaluation of surrounding ground,
Strength evaluation of support structures, maintenance management methods,
Auxiliary facility design and operation method

Yoshiya ODA
professorGeophysical exploration, earthquake and volcanic disaster prevention

Atsushi UENO
Associate professorMaterials Science in Concrete

Kentaro OHNO
Associate professorConcrete structure
Nondestructive inspection of existing concrete structures

Mitsutoshi YOSHIMINE
Associate professorliquefaction of sandy soil, deformation strength characteristics of soil,
Bearing capacity, soil test method

Tomohisa KAMADA
Assistant professor

Assistant professormechanical behavior of the tunnel under the action of an external force and
Evaluation of deformation performance,
Tunnel design, construction, maintenance management technology
Research on sophistication

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