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Global Environmental Engineering

Master's Program in Civil and Structural Engineering
Doctoral Program in Civil and Structure Engineering

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The Civil and Structural Engineering Global Course studies restructuring social infrastructure systems beyond traditional technologies for the deployment of advanced structural design and construction technologies, as well as increasing prevention of natural disasters through technology.

Master's Program in Urban and Environmental Engineering
Doctoral Program in Urban and Environmental Engineering

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The Urban and Environmental Engineering Global Course is engaged in the study of analyzing urban and environmental issues and the prediction, reduction, and prevention of their effects as well as promoting the advancement of technology for originating a new type of urban environmental system.

Master's Program in Marine Systems Engineering
Doctoral Program in Marine Systems Engineering

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Marine Systems Engineering is a growing field that studies and develops the technologies required to utilize the sea for purposes such as traffic and transportation, energy production, bio-resources, mineral resources, and space for living and storage. The key educational objectives of this Department is to convey knowledge of naval architecture, marine engineering, industrial engineering, and systems engineering, to train students so that they are able to make full use of this knowledge in an integrated manner, to propose a wide range of environmentally-friendly marine applications, and to develop associated technologies.

Master's Program in Earth Resources Engineering
Doctoral Program in Earth Resources Engineering

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Our Department consists of seven specialized laboratories: Economic Geology; Engineering Geophysics; Geothermics; Resources Production and Safety Engineering; Rock Engineering and Mining Machinery; Mineral Processing and Recycling; and Energy Resources Engineering. This wide range of research fields covers the many technical and engineering issues that may arise at any stage of resource development, from exploration and production to remediation and recycling. Currently, our faculty members are engaged in the following research areas, all of which are related to resource development: predicting natural disasters such as volcanoes; utilizing ground heat; recycling valuable resources extracted from products and waste (urban mining); remediating contaminated groundwater resources; CO2 sequestration and more.

Master's Program in Applied Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering
Doctoral Program in Applied Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering

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The Department of Applied Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering was established in April 1998 within the Graduate School of Engineering for the purpose of developing competent scientists and engineers who are able to find solutions to the issues of energy depletion and environmental pollution. Special research activities in the Department are being undertaken in the following areas: 1)the development of high-performance nuclear reactors; 2)the development of materials that enable the effective use of nuclear energy;3)principles determining the generation and measurement of quantum beams; and 4)the physics of condensed matter and complex systems.
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