Human Environmental Systems

Human Environmental Systems (HES) 

This division teaches students to plan work and identify/solve problems concerning constructed environments and regional spaces, and motivates them to develop advanced logical thinking based on symbiosis with nature. Students also develop the ability to understand social and physical phenomena occurring in various conditions, develop control technology and planning methods, and apply their results to the planning, design and construction of human environments.

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Division's laboratories are grouped into 2 research groups.

Research Group of Planning and Performances for Built Environment

Environmental Ergonomics
Academic Staff
Keywords

Environmental ergonomics; clothing and dwelling science; built environment and equipments; sustainable systems; environmental physiology; adaptation to environment; physiological anthropology

e3 Alumni
Publications & Achievements

Sajal CHOWDHURY, Takuma Shiozawa, Ryota Kondo

e3 Students

Biplob Kanti BISWAS

Environmental System Research
Academic Staff
Keywords

Environmental systems engineering; effective energy utilization; environmental and energy engineering; air conditioning engineering

e3 Alumni
Publications & Achievements

Tazia RAHMAN, Jian ZHAI, Shengzhe JIN, Hong-zhi LIU, Li Huai, David Blanco Chaparro, Agung Ruri DIVADASTA, Surakha Wanphen

e3 Students

Sunghoon SEOL, Takashi HIGASHITANI

Building Environment
Academic Staff
Keywords

Building environment science; indoor climates; environmental planning and design; building environments/equipment

Research Group of Building Engineering and Planning

Architectural Landscape
Academic Staff

No staff

Keywords

Urban planning; landscapes; afforestation planning, landscaping; urban policy; housing policy

Spatial Morphology
Academic Staff
Keywords

No data.

e3 Alumni
Publications & Achievements

Nina YULIANTI, Erianto Indra Putra, Murad Ahmed Farukh

Structural Performance
Academic Staff
Keywords

Dynamic property of soil deposit; seismic behavior of building foundation; soil structure interaction; building structure (reinforced concrete, steel-framed reinforced concrete, mixed construction); seismic design methods

Building Materials
Academic Staff
Keywords

Building materials science; concrete engineering; durability design for buildings; construction technology

e3 Students

QingQing QUAN, Dequn MA