|Affiliation||Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering|
|Fields of Research||Geotechnical Engineering / Applied Mechanics|
|Degree||Dr. of Eng. (Nagoya Institute of Technology)|
|Academic Societies||Japanese Geotechnical Society / Japanese Society of Civil Engineers / The Japan Society for Computational Engineering and Science / Japan Concrete Institute / Japan Railway Civil Engineering Association|
Please append ".tut.ac.jp" to the end of the address above.
|Laboratory website URL||https://www.geomech-lab-tut.org/|
|Researcher information URL（researchmap）||Researcher information|
Our laboratory, GeoMechanics Group Laboratory, is studying the stability of soil structure and foundations and the ground environment. The stability of structures under sever external actions including earthquake, tsunami, heavy rain, and stormy ocean wave, is a pressing issues for the durability of civil structures and the safety and sustainability of civic life. The ground environment is easily influenced by the groundwater-heat flow, and the impacts of construction earth works have sometimes destructive influences on the environment.
- Study on the flow and deposition mechanism of rock or rock avalanche
- Study on the impact behavior of collapsed soil
- Study on the shock absorbing mechanism of soil and its countermeasure
Theme1：Study on the flow and deposition mechanism of rock or rock avalanche
Theme2：Study on the impact behavior of collapsed soil
Theme3：Study on the shock absorbing mechanism of soil and its countermeasure
Title of class
Experimental Practice of Structural Engineering / Surveying 1; Practice