Department of Earth Resources, Marine and Civil Engineering

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Department of Earth Resources, Marine and Civil Engineering

Course

  • Civil Engineering Course
  • Naval Architecture and Marine Systems Engineering Course
  • Earth System Engineering Course

The type of people the Department of Earth Resources, Marine and Civil Engineering is looking for

Within the Department of Earth Resources, Marine and Civil Engineering there are three courses - Civil Engineering, Naval Architecture and Marine Systems Engineering, and Earth System Engineering - and one theme that each of these courses seeks to address is the "creation of a new environment in which nature and human society are in harmony." Ideas are of great importance as a means of achieving harmony with the environment in a manner that ensures the continuation of a rich and sustainable society. However, ideas alone will not suffice and they need to be backed up by many technological solutions founded securely in engineering theory. The objective of the courses offered at the Department of Earth Resources, Marine and Civil Engineering is to cultivate people with excellent engineering knowledge and technical skills, who also have the power and initiative to solve problems.

The 21st century has only just begun and it is a century that promises a bright future for humanity. However, there are still many challenges that remain unresolved and many obstacles still remain. In order to overcome these obstacles we are called upon to create new paradigms, new environments and new knowledge that set out a future vision for the future of the global environment. The expectations of modern society on the students at the Department of Earth Resources, Marine and Civil Engineering are therefore extremely large.

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The photograph on the left shows scenes from core seminars that students take in their first year, which aim to provide education that stimulate creativity. During these core seminars all first year students are assigned to all the research laboratories of the Department of Earth Resources, Marine and Civil Engineering, where they engage in research activities. The photographs show, from the left-hand side, students investigating uses of volcanic geothermal heat, assembling an engine, trying out strength designs using pasta, ascertaining self-induced oscillation, and reporting their findings.
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