Course Title : Seminar on Infrastructure Engineering A

Code 10U055
Course Year Master Course
Term 1st+2nd term
Class day & Period 1st term: Wed&Fri 5th, 2nd term: Mon&Tue 5th
Credits 4
Lecture Form(s) Seminar
Language Japanese
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Course Description

This lecture focuses on the movement and content of the most advanced research at home and abroad on Infrastructure Engineering. The students are individually instructed about the planning of study schedule , the way of collecting datas, the way of doing the research and summarizing the results of research.


Points are allocated for research activities such as a presentation at laboratory seminars, domestic conferences, international conferences, research paper presentation etc. Students are required to obtain the points in total which are more than predefined points.
Students are required to get no less than 10 points in total for two years from M1 to M2, no less than 3 points in each year.
1 point: Presentation at laboratory seminar (only if supervisor agrees), oral presentation in the annual meeting in the Society of Civil Engineers.
1~5 point: Attending the lecture held by Academic Society (Certification is required), number of points is determined by your supervisor in accordance to the level of difficulty for approval.
3 point : Presentation in English in international conference. If the papers are peer-reviewed, the points are determined as journal papers (see below).
5~10 point: Fist author or coauthor of published and/or accepted journal papers (e.g., for Journal of Society of Civil Engineers, ASCE Journal, etc.) (Number of points is determined by your supervisor depending on level of journal and/or your contribution.)
Others: Exercise on project or training course (Number of points is determined by your supervisor). However, the activities related to the other courses are not admitted, which are Exercise on Project Planning, Capstone Project, Internship on Infrastructure Engineering, Long-Term Internship, Practice in Infrastructure Engineering or Practice in Urban Management.

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