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This is the 6th&7th days of the Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu!

The Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu has entered its fifth and seventh days.On the sixth and seventh days of the global PBL in Civil Engineering, each group will visit facilities in and around Tokyo that have disaster prevention and mitigation technologies, as well as social infrastructure facilities along with the SDGs. We are very …

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This is the 5th day of the Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu!

The Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu has entered its fifth day.Today, continuing from the third day, the participants were divided into two teams for site visits and group activities. For the site visit, the participants visited a construction site in Chiba Prefecture that is using the SST soil improvement method with the support of …

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This is the 4th day of the Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu!

The Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu has entered its fourth day.On this day, February 29, the 10 groups worked on their assigned tasks throughout the morning and afternoon. Some groups explored the Toyosu campus, comparing experimental equipment used at different universities and discussing differences in experimental methods. Other groups left the campus to visit …

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This is the 3rd day of the Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu!

The Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu is now in its third day.On February 28, the third day, two programs, a site visit and group activities, took place simultaneously. Students who participated in the site visit observed the maintenance of the Hitachinaka Port Area of Ibaraki Port with the support of AOMI Construction Co. Ltd. …

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This is the 2nd day of the Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu!

The Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu is now in its second day.The second day, February 27, began with a proposal and explanation of the overall theme held in the morning. In the afternoon, the participants were divided into 10 groups, and each group exchanged opinions on specific issues to be addressed in this global …

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This is the 1st day of the Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu!

The Civil Engineering global PBL in Toyosu has opened!On the afternoon of February 26, the first day of the program, participants from various countries gathered at the Toyosu Campus, Shibaura Institute of Techonology. After an orientation session, faculty members representing each university gave welcome speeches at the opening ceremony. Starting tomorrow, the participants will engage …

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global PBL in Civil Engineering will be held in Toyosu!

From February 26 to March 6, participants will explore disaster prevention and mitigation technologies as countermeasures to common natural disasters (e.g., earthquakes and torrential rains) in Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam, as well as social infrastructure technologies in line with SDG Goal 11, “Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable.” Approximately 130 civil …

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M2 student successfully completed presentations at final defense of master theses.

Mr. Motoki Shiina, a member of the GEL-SIT, successfully completed his presentation and defense at the final defense of master thesis, the DCE-SIT, held on February 14th.He not only carried out his own master’s and graduation research, but also managed the GEL-SIT warmly as a leading student, always taking care of the entire the GEL-SIT.The …

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