Collaboration PartnersThe fundamental functions of a university are to acquire, to conserve and to disseminate the knowledge for the general betterment. The problems that we face to maintain these functions or even the paths that we follow are sometimes become much difficult for an individual. An effective cooperation between the minds of people of same flock or the institutions may make the problem easier for us to solve. We are looking forward to know those people or institutions across the world who can put some synchronized steps with us.
Saitama University, Japan
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of Saitama University has a graduate program for international students. The program offers highly qualified individuals opportunities to pursue graduate studies and research in the field of civil and environmental engineering. The fields of study include Infrastructure Management, Transportation Planning, Environmental Engineering, Ecological Engineering, Coastal and Ocean Engineering, Hydraulics and Water Resources Engineering, Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, Concrete and Material Engineering, Structural and Wind Engineering, and Earthquake Engineering. The program includes courses specially designed for international students, in which class instruction and research supervision are given in English and/or Japanese. Master theses and doctoral dissertations are also accepted in English. Source: SU Website. http://www.saitama-u.ac.jp
Dr. Amin is a proud alumni of this University (1998-2001). After the doctoral graduation, he remained associated with the Structural Mechanics and Dynamics Group (Structural Engineering Laboratory) of the department to conduct joint research, development, dissemination and student exchange activities in the common fields of interest. The duration of successful cooperation is now about to exceed a decade. The long understanding between him and the Structural Mechanics and Dynamics Group (Structural Engineering Laboratory) of Saitama University has led to signing five year Academic and Student Exchange Agreement between BUET and Saitama University, effective from April 2011. This agreement allows the two universities to exchange faculty, staff members and students for planning and implementation of collaborative research projects and educational programs conducive to the need of the time. Furthermore, the two universities will also exchange academic materials, publications and pertinent information for mutual benefit.
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The University of Tokyo
The University of Tokyo was established in 1877 as the first national university in Japan. As a leading research university, UTokyo offers courses in essentially all academic disciplines at both undergraduate and graduate levels and conducts research across the full spectrum of academic activity. The University aims to provide its students with a rich and varied academic environment that ensures opportunities for both intellectual development and the acquisition of professional knowledge and skills. To learn more about the University of Tokyo, please visit the pages below.
Osaka University, or Handai, is a public research university located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It was one of Imperial Universities in Japan, one of the Designated National University and selected as a Top Type university of Top Global University Project by the Japanese government.
In 1911, Vice Minister of Education Masataro Sawayanagi, moved to Sendai to become Tohoku University’s first president. Sawayanagi firmly believed that academic research should be integrated with education. He also believed that a university should not discriminate based on class or gender.
Following this principle, Tohoku University accepted graduates from technical and higher normal schools, and despite opposition from the government at that time, became Japan’s first university to admit female students in 1913.
The university began as the Daido Technical-Educational Foundation in 1939. In 1969, the school became the Daido Institute of Technology. The university traces its origin back to the companies founded by Momosuke Fukuzawa. These companies consist of the Great Consolidated Electric Power Company, Limited (current: Kansai Electric Power Company and Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc.), the Nisshinbo Industries, Toho Gas Co., Ltd., Daido Steel Co., Ltd., Toagosei and Nagoya Railroad Co., Ltd. (Meitetsu), etc. He had a concept of a research institute for industrial technician trainings. The president of Daido Steel, Yoshio Shimoide (a member of the Japanese Diet), was inspired by his concept. In January 1939, Daido Technical-Educational Foundation was established by Yoshio Simoide.
University of Asia Pacific
Faculty Members of University of Asia Pacific are closely working with the Research Team of Prof. Amin towards developing appropriate methodologies for assessment, maintenance, repair and strengthening of buildings and bridges.
Housing and Building Research Institute
Housing & Building Research Institute (HBRI) is now running under the general direction and superintendence of the affairs and business of the institute are vested into the Governing Council. The Director is the ex-officio member –Secretary of the Council and the Chief Executive officer of the institute. Over the years the institute has been able to build up necessary laboratory facilities for test/research works and recruit a good number of qualified engineers/architects/scientists with experience and training in home and abroad. Constant efforts of imparting higher education and training both in local and foreign to research personnel are being made and this is the keystone of R & D policies.
Jahangirnagar University accustomed as a fully residential public university established in 1970 has now 36 departments and Six Faculties along with Four institutes, with added than fifteen thousand students, and about Five hundred academics adherent to teaching and research. The sprawling arresting campus is anchored 30 kilometres from the basic Dhaka, able-bodied affiliated with a civic highway. The aboriginal assembly of Independent Bangladesh accepted the university its Charter in 1973 beneath which the university is getting operated.
The badge of the university bears the civic annual ‘white lily’ (Lilium condidu) with three petals belted by strips of a acceptable floral architecture with the name of the university in Bangla ensconcing in a semi-circle like a band of flowers.