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Human Security Engineering

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Numbering Code
  • G-ENG55 5X301 LE73
Term 2020/First semester
Number of Credits 2 credits
Course Type Lecture
Target Student Graduate
Language English
Day/Period Wed.5
Instructor(s)
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Associate Professor YOKO SHIMADA
Outline and Purpose of the Course This lecture aims to get student to comprehensively and deeply understand issues related to Human Security Engineering as a system of technologies for designing and managing cities that enable inhabitants to live under better public health conditions, and environemntal destruction, as listed in the Millennium Development Goals from the viewpoint of four existing fields, i.e. urban governance, urban infrastructure management, health risk management, and disaster risk management. In addition, we'll provide lectures on this new discipline systematically based on the relationship between four existing fields.
Course Goals 人間安全保障工学に関連した問題への実用的アプローチ法を習得する
Schedule and Contents Orientation(1time)
Orientation, Self-Introduction and Photo Session

Overview of Human Security Engineering(1time)
What is Human Security Engineering? We will give brief answer to this question.

Urban Governance(5times)
Lecture on Human Right, Property and Social Capital, and Community Dimension of Human Security in Urban Context. Presentation by students and discussion will be also carried out.

Urban Infrastructure Management(2times)
The role and importance of urban infrastructure management for establishment of human security will be presented. Presentation by students and discussion will be also carried out.

Health Risk Management(2times)
The role and importance of health risk management for establishment of human security will be presented. Presentation by students and discussion will be also carried out.

Disaster Risk Management(2times)
The role and importance of disaster risk management for establishment of human security will be presented. Presentation by students and discussion will be also carried out.

Technical tour(2times)
Technical tour on human security engineering.
Grading Policy Participation, Presentation, and Report
Prerequisites None
Preparation and Review Necessary information will be distributed in the class.