Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory

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. After witnessing the spectacular port improvements, the participants asked many questions and made many comments, and the students, especially those from overseas, seemed to have a strong sense of the high level of Japanese technology. The lessons learned from the field trip will be used in future group activities.

# 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.

General briefing before going out to the site
Stus. listening to the explanation at the site
Group photo at the site
Mr. Okori, AOMI Const. Co. Ltd. & Dr. Susit
Mr. Tsukuda, AOMI Const. Co. Ltd. & Dr. Geoff
Mr. Takahashi, AOMI Const. Co. Ltd. & Dr. Geoff
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