Department of Agricultural Engineering
Environment Engineering Approach toward Agriculture/Rural Villages/Food Problems.
This major, through placing on emphasis on theory acquisition and on-site experience, is striving to foster excellent human resources with a high degree of specialist knowledge who understand the technologies for effective utilization of water, land and food resources together with those related to engineering biological production that take into account environmental creation and conservation. To achieve this aim, the major comprises four subjects being, Land and Water Resources Use Engineering, Environmental Information and Planning, Infrastructural Engineering and Agricultural Production Systems Engineering, under which related education and research are conducted.
Laboratories of Dept. of Agricultural Engineering
See the undergraduate page for details of laboratories.
Faculty of Regional Environment Science (Setagaya Campus)
Graduate School Advisory Faculty
Take a look at who you may be able to work with as part of the department.
OKAZAWA Hiromu, Professor
Developing environmental models of coupled hydrological and biochemical(N.P) cycling at catchment-scale
KAWANA Futoshi, Professor
Non-destructive testing method for agricultural facilities
KOYANAGAWA Masashi, Professor
Reliability of concrete pavement
SASAKI Yutaka, Professor
System development for agricultural informatics and bio-robotics
SHIMADA Sawahiko, Professor
Environmental monitoring using Remote Sensing data and GIS
SUZUKI Shinji, Professor
The impact of climate change on hydrothermal region of arable land in each tropical arid and cold regions
TAJIMA Kiyoshi, Professor
Development of tillage system for Farm Work Robot
NAKAMURA Takahiko, Professor
Materal cycle and mass transfer around rural areas
MIHARA Machito, Professor
Rehabilitation and conservation of soil and water environment and sustainable use of regional resources
MURAMATSU Yoshiki, Professor
Transport phenomenon in processing and transportation of agricultural products
WATANABE Fumio, Professor
Effective water usage methods in arid and semi-arid areas