FY2023 Civil Engineering Workshop “100 Years after the Great Kanto Earthquake – What we inherit and what we pass on” (Japanese only)
The theme of the 2023 Civil Engineering Technical Seminar is “100 Years after the Great Kanto Earthquake: What to Inherit and What to Pass on” organized by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Civil Engineering Technical Support and Human Resource Development Center.
The Civil Engineering Technical Seminar is the predecessor of the “Civil Engineering Technical Study Group,” which started in 1971, and is held as a technical training program for the Bureau, inviting lecturers from the outside to present the latest technical information.
This year will be the 49th such technical seminar with a long history.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government is taking advantage of this opportunity to develop an integrated movement to raise awareness of disaster prevention. This seminar will focus on the theme of “100 years since the Great Kanto Earthquake.” Experts will be invited to speak on how reconstruction from the Great Kanto Earthquake was carried out and what we, civil engineers, should inherit from it. Prior to the lecture, a rare video of the situation immediately after the disaster from 100 years ago will be shown.
This training course is designed for the purpose of knowledge acquisition and study of technical staff of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and municipalities in Tokyo, but it is also open to all interested citizens of Tokyo (free of charge).
We look forward to receiving many applications.
1 Date and time
Friday, July 7, 2023, 13:15-17:10 (Registration from 12:20)
2 Number of applicants and venue
(Tokyo Metropolitan Government, First Main Building, 5th Floor, Conference Hall, 2-8-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)
Please refer to the attached program (PDF: 68KB )
This workshop is accredited as a JSCE CPD (Continuing Education Program) program.
(Certification number: JSCE23-0565, 3.0 credits)
4 Application Procedure
Please apply using the application form or e-mail. Please refer to the website for details on the required items. (Valid until 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 21, 2012)
Please refer to the homepage of our website for details.
If there are too many applications, we will hold a drawing. The result of the lottery will be notified by e-mail.
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For inquiries, please contact
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Civil Engineering Technical Support and Human Resource Development Center
E-mail S1000314 (at) section.metro.tokyo.jp
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