Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory

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 PBL. A social gathering was also held to deepen the exchange among the participants, and everyone had a friendly time.

# The global PBL in Civil Engineering is a program involving approximately 130 civil engineering students from Shibaura Institute of Technology, Kasetsart University, Asian Institute of Technology, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, and Hanoi University of Civil Engineering. The program will explore disaster prevention and mitigation technologies as a countermeasure to natural hazards (earthquakes, torrential rains, etc.) common to Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam, as well as how infrastructure technologies should be developed to achieve the Goal 11 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), “Make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.

Dr. Susit, Asst. Prof., KU
Mr. Sudip, Ph.D stu., GEL-SIT
First group activities
First group activities
Active T.A. stus., GEL-SIT
Prof. Inazumi, GEL-SIT and KU Profs. & Stus.
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