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Tatsuya Ishikawa

Faculty of Engineering 6F A607 office
Keywords :Unsaturated soil, Frost heaving, Granular material, Cyclic behavior

Associate Professor

Koichi Isobe

Faculty of Engineering 6F A608 office
Keywords : Foundation engineering, Antiseismic reinforcement, Liquefaction, Slope stability analysis, Large deformation analysis

Assistant Professor

Shoji Yokohama

Faculty of Engineering 6F A653 office
Keywords : Recycled ground material, Compaction, Arrangement patterns of soil particles

Ishikawa's students

Shoulong Zhang (D3)
Effects of freeze-thaw of ballasted track on track irregularity and train vibration and its evaluation
Yuwei Wu (D2)
Effect verification of wicking fabric on suppression to frost heave and thaw settlement at cold region pavement
Junling Si (D1)
Mechanical response and damage analysis of asphalt pavement subjected to wheel loads in seasonally cold region
Daoju Ren (D1)
Dynamic mechanical properties of subgrade soils subject to freeze-thaw action and its effect on fatigue life of road pavement
Takumi Murakami (D1)
Proposal of slope stability evaluation method in snowy cold region considering rainfall habituation
Kaito Hiramatsu (M2)
Effect evaluation of aging on hydro-mechanical characteristics of railroad ballast
Tatsuya Furuki (M2)
Proposal of capillary barrier system by optimizing grain size distribution of asphalt pavement
Wentao He (M1)
Proposal of catchment-scale slope stability approach with rainfall infiltration/runoff analysis considering grass layer
Sho Okuda (M1)
Study on the rational installation method of geosynthetic drainage materials for frost heave depression of road pavement
Yusuke Ohara (M1)
Effects of variation in fine fraction content on slope stability of volcanic coarse-grained soil
Ren Hashimoto (M1)
Effects of variation in fine fraction content on infiltration characteristics of volcanic coarse-grained soil
Kota Sone (B4)
Adaptability evaluation of analyzed precipitation for slope failure prediction
Tatsuya Eki (B4)
Effect evaluation of sediment inflow on deformation-strength characteristics of railroad ballast
Ren Ono (B4)
Proposal of wide-area slope disaster risk assessment considering regional characteristics of rainfall and geology
Maiko Takeda (B4)
Applicability evaluation of pavement structure design method considering material characteristics of subbase/subgrade

Isobe's students

Hamidou Hamadoum Tamboura (D3)
Bearing capacity of an incompletely end-supported pile based on Rigid Plastic Finite Element Method
Keba Lukueta Eric (D1)
Risk assessment of unstable ground due to cavity based on Rigid Plastic Finite Element Method
Kohei Murata (M2)
Ultimate lateral resistance acting on steel pipe pile in soft clay ground during earthquake and negative friction after earthquake
Ren Fudong (D1)
Landslide risk prediction and regional dependence evaluation based on disaster hestory using machne learning
Naoki Taniguchi (M2)
Construction and verification of a wide-area disaster prevention model for geohazards using machine learning based on remote sensing data
Yasutaka Honda (M2)
Evaluation of penetration resistance, vertical bearing capacity and pull-out resistance of a small-diameter spiral pile by similitude model tests using seepage force
Kenji Yoshida (M1)
Evaluation of penetration resistance, vertical bearing capacity and pull-out resistance of a small-diameter spiral pile by similitude model tests using seepage force
Mahmood ul Hassan (M1)
Seismic performance of a bridge column integrated by multiple steel pipes with directly-connected piles
Kazuki Orito (B4)
Risk assessment of bridge damage during heavy rain considering the inhibition rate by piers
Yusui Kusumoto (B4)
Natsuki Ohira (B4)
Estimating for driftwood generation potential and sediment-related disaster risk assessment by machine learning
Tomoya Tateyama (B4)
Landslide risk evaluation model construction by machine learning and its generalization performance evaluation
Iwaki Yamagishi (B4)
Evaluation of bearing capacity of ground with developed cavities based on gravity field model experiments

Yokohama's students

Hitoshi Nishioka (M2)
Collapse control of excavated ground by simple soil guard with folding stool shape
Taka-aki Hirakawa (M2)
Masaki Kusakabe (B4)
Tsubasa Kita (B4)
Ryo Nishiyama (B4)