Researcher Database

BHANDARY, Netra Prakash

FacultyFaculty of Collaborative Regional Innovation Department of Environmental Design
PositionProfessor
Last Updated :2019/08/19

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Profile and Settings

Name

  • Name

    BHANDARY, Netra Prakash

Profile & Settings

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    https://researchmap.jp/?action=common_download_user&upload_id=137886
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  • ORCID ID

    0000-0002-9783-5033

Affiliations

Affiliation & Job

  • Section

    Faculty of Collaborative Regional Innovation; Graduate School of Science and Engineering
  • Job title

    Professor

Education, Etc.

Education

  • 20000400, 20030300, Ehime University, Graduate School of Science and Engineering / Doctor of Engineering, Engineering Production and Environment
  • 19980400, 20000300, Ehime University, Graduate School of Science and Engineering / Master in Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • 19890800, 19930700, Aligarh Muslim University, India, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering

Degree

  • PhD in Engineering

その他基本情報

Association Memberships

  • International Consortium on Geo-disaster Reduction
  • ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF JAPAN
  • THE JAPAN LANDSLIDE SOCIETY
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Himalayan Landslide Society
  • Nepal Geotechnical Society
  • Nepal Engineers' Association
  • THE JAPANESE GEOTECHNICAL SOCIETY
  • JAPAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS
  • International Consortium on Landslides (Ehime University Alternative Representative 2003-2007)
  • International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering
  • International Consortium on Landslides (Ehime University Alternative Representative)

Committee Memberships

  • 20180100, 99990000
  • 20170600, 99990000
  • 20170400, 99990000
  • 20160000, 99990000
  • 20140100, 99990000
  • 20130800, 99990000
  • 20130100, 99990000
  • 20080400, 20171200
  • 20071000, 20090900
  • 20060400, 20080300
  • 20030500, 20050400
  • 20180100, Nepal Geotechnical Society, President (Executive Committee)
  • 20080400, 20171200, Nepal Geotechnical Society, Vice President (Executive Committee), Nepal Geotechnical Society
  • 20071000, 20090900, Nepal Engineers' Association, Co-Chairman, International Relation Committee, Nepal Engineers' Association
  • 20060400, 20080300, Nepal Geotechnical Society, Executive Committee Member, Nepal Geotechnical Society
  • 20030500, 20050400, Nepal Engineers' Association, Coordinator for Japan Chapter, Nepal Engineers' Association

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 20190400, 99990000, Professor, Ehime University
  • 20170400, 99990000, Deputy Director, Ehime University
  • 20160400, 20190300, Associate Professor, Ehime University
  • 20150400, 20190300, Associate Professor, Ehime University
  • 20070400, 20150300, Assistant Professor, Ehime University
  • 20030400, 20070300, Assistant Professor, Ehime University
  • 19941100, 19971000, Assistant Professor, Nepal Engineering College
  • 19930900, 19941000, Road Construction Engineer, JAYEE Construction Co. Ltd., Nepal

Research Activities

Research Areas, Etc.

Research Areas

  • Social/Safety system science, Natural disaster/Disaster prevention science, Disaster Resilient Communities
  • Civil engineering, Geotechnical engineering, Geo-disasters, Geo-disaster Mitigation

Research Interests

  • Disaster Resilient Communities
  • Landslides
  • Slope hazards
  • Residual strength of soil
  • Clay minerals
  • GIS

Book, papers, etc

Published Papers

  • GIS based Landslide Susceptibility Mapping using Artificial Neural Network (ANN) Model in South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia, ABDUL RACHMAN RASYID, NETRA P. BHANDARY, RYUICHI YATABE, AND IHSAN, International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 20180400, [Refereed], 0974-5904, 10.21276/ijee.2018.11.0201
  • An analytical study on intentions of disaster prevention expert candidates, Toru Futagami, Tsuyoshi Hatori, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Journal of Disaster Research, 20170800, [Refereed], [Invited], 18812473, 10.20965/jdr.2017.p0748
  • Large-scale landslide inventory mapping in lesser Himalaya of Nepal using geographic information system, Manita Timilsina, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Ryuichi Yatabe, GIS Landslide, 20170516, 10.1007/978-4-431-54391-6_6
  • Landslide inventory: Challenge for landslide hazard assessment in Indonesia, Ngadisih, Guruh Samodra, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, GIS Landslide, 20170500, 10.1007/978-4-431-54391-6_8
  • Performance of frequency ratio and logistic regression model in creating GIS based landslides susceptibility map at Lompobattang Mountain, Indonesia, Rasyid, A.R., Bhandary, N.P. & Yatabe, R., Geoenvironmental Disasters, 20161200, [Refereed]
  • The 2015 Nepal Gorkha Earthquake: An overview of the damage, lessons learned and challenges, H. Hazarika, N. P. Bhandary, Y. Kajita, K. Kasama, K. Tsukahara, R. K. Pokharel, Lowland Technology International, 20160900, [Refereed], 13449656
  • Logistic regression and artificial neural network models for mapping of regional-scale landslide susceptibility in volcanic mountains of West Java (Indonesia), Ngadisih, Netra P. Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Ranjan K. Dahal, AIP Conference Proceedings, 20160500, [Refereed], 1551-7616|0094-243X, 10.1063/1.4947407
  • Seepage and slope stability modelling of rainfall-induced slope failures in topographic hollows, Kiran Prasad Acharya, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Ryuichi Yatabe, Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk, 20160300, [Refereed], 1947-5705|1947-5713, 10.1080/19475705.2014.954150
  • Deterministic slope failure hazard assessment in a model catchment and its replication in neighbourhood terrain, Kiran Prasad Acharya, Ryuichi Yatabe, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk, 20160100, [Refereed], 1947-5705|1947-5713, 10.1080/19475705.2014.880856
  • GIS-based frequency ratio and logistic regression modelling for landslide susceptibility mapping of Debre Sina area in central Ethiopia, Matebie Meten, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Journal of Mountain Science, 20151100, [Refereed], 1672-6316, 10.1007/s11629-015-3464-3
  • Application of GIS-based fuzzy logic and rock engineering system (RES) approaches for landslide susceptibility mapping in Selelkula area of the Lower Jema River Gorge, Central Ethiopia, Matebie Meten, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Environmental Earth Sciences, 20150800, [Refereed], 1866-6280|1866-6299, 10.1007/s12665-015-4377-8
  • 3D SEM Approach to Evaluate the Stability of Large-Scale Landslides in Nepal Himalaya, Ram Chandra Tiwari, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, 20150800, [Refereed], 0960-3182, 10.1007/s10706-015-9858-8
  • Numerical analysis on influence of principal parameters of topography on hillslope instability in a small catchment, Kiran Prasad Acharya, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Ryuichi Yatabe, Environmental Earth Sciences, 20150500, [Refereed], 1866-6280|1866-6299, 10.1007/s12665-014-3819-z
  • Disaster risk reduction knowledge of local people in Nepal, Gangalal Tuladhar, Ryuichi Yatabe, Ranjan Kumar Dahal and Netra Prakash Bhandary, Geoenvironmental Disasters, 20150200, [Refereed]
  • 3-D elasto-plastic spectral element application to evaluate the stability of large-scale landslides, Ram Chandra Tiwari, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Geomechanics and Geoengineering, 20150200, [Refereed], 10.1080/17486025.2014.985337
  • 3-D elasto-plastic spectral element application to evaluate the stability of large-scale landslides, R. C. Tiwari, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, Geomechanics and Geoengineering, 20150100, [Refereed], 1748-6033|1748-6025, 10.1080/17486025.2014.985337
  • Identification of major factors affecting spatial and temporal variation of water quality in Kathmandu Basin, Nepal, using multivariate statistical analysis, Dhundi Raj Pathak, Ryuichi Yatabe, Netra Prakash Bhandary, International Journal of Water, 20150100, [Refereed], 1465-6620|1741-5322, 10.1504/IJW.2015.070357
  • Report on a reconnaissance survey of damage in Kathmandu caused by the 2015 Gorkha Nepal earthquake, Mitsu Okamura, Netra P. Bhandary, Shinichiro Mori, Narayan Marasini, Hemanta Hazarika, Soils and Foundations, 20150100, [Refereed], 0038-0806|1881-1418, 10.1016/j.sandf.2015.09.005
  • Distribution probability of large-scale landslides in central Nepal, Manita Timilsina, Netra P. Bhandary, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Ryuichi Yatabe, Geomorphology, 20141200, [Refereed], 0169-555X, 10.1016/j.geomorph.2014.05.031
  • Spectral element analysis to evaluate the stability of long and steep slopes, Ram Chandra Tiwari, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Acta Geotechnica, 20141000, [Refereed], 1861-1133|1861-1125, 10.1007/s11440-013-0292-x
  • 3-D Elasto-Plastic SEM Approach for Pseudo-Static Seismic Slope Stability Charts for Natural Slopes, R. C. Tiwari, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, Indian Geotechnical Journal, 20140900, [Refereed], 0046-8983|2277-3347, 10.1007/s40098-013-0086-y
  • Strength Recovery from Residual-State of Shear on Soils, Deepak R. Bhat, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, Ranjan K. Dahal, Ram C. Tiwari, Indian Geotechnical Journal, 20140300, [Refereed], 0046-8983|2277-3347, 10.1007/s40098-013-0066-2
  • Public School Earthquake Safety Program in Nepal, Amod Mani Dixit, Ryuichi Yatabe, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk, 20140100, [Refereed], 1947-5705|1947-5713, 10.1080/19475705.2013.806363
  • Knowledge of disaster risk reduction among school students in Nepal, Gangalal Tuladhar, Ryuichi Yatabe, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk, 20140100, [Refereed], 1947-5705|1947-5713, 10.1080/19475705.2013.809556
  • Shear strength recovery of clayey soils following discontinuation of shear at a Residual state, Deepak R. Bhat, Netra P. Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Landslide Science for a Safer Geoenvironment, 20140100, [Refereed], 10.1007/978-3-319-04999-1_42
  • Non-structural earthquake vulnerability assessment of major hospital buildings in Nepal, Amod Mani Dixit, Ryuichi Yatabe, Ramesh Guragain, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Georisk, 20140100, [Refereed], 1749-9526|1749-9518, 10.1080/17499518.2013.805629
  • Topo-stress based probabilistic model for shallow landslide susceptibility zonation in the Nepal Himalaya, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Shuichi Hasegawa, Ryuichi Yatabe, Environmental Earth Sciences, 20140100, [Refereed], 1866-6280|1866-6299, 10.1007/s12665-013-2774-4
  • Slow shearing rates effect on residual strength of landslide soils, D. R. Bhat, R. Yatabe, N. P. Bhandary, Geotechnical Special Publication, 20140100, [Refereed], 0895-0563, 10.1061/9780784413388.030
  • Creeping displacement behavior of clayey soils in a new creep test apparatus, D. R. Bhat, R. Yatabe, N. P. Bhandary, Geotechnical Special Publication, 20140100, [Refereed], 0895-0563, 10.1061/9780784413388.028
  • Strength recovery of landslide soils from the residual state of shear, Deepak Raj Bhat, Ryuichi Yatabe, Netra P. Bhandary, Geotechnical Special Publication, 20140100, [Refereed], 0895-0563, 10.1061/9780784413388.026
  • Integration of statistical and heuristic approaches for landslide risk analysis: A case of volcanic mountains in West Java Province, Indonesia, Ngadisih, Ryuichi Yatabe, Netra P. Bhandary, Ranjan K. Dahal, Ranjan K. Dahal, Georisk, 20140100, [Refereed], 1749-9526|1749-9518, 10.1080/17499518.2013.826030
  • Use of a Sparse Geo-Info Database and Ambient Ground Vibration Survey in Earthquake Disaster Risk Study − A Case of Kathmandu Valley −, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Koji Yamamoto, Youb Raj Paudyal, Journal of Civil Engineering Research, 20140000, [Refereed]
  • Residual-state creep behavior of typical clayey soils, Deepak R. Bhat, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, Natural Hazards, 20131200, [Refereed], 0921-030X|1573-0840, 10.1007/s11069-013-0799-3
  • Evaluation of factor of safety for vegetated and barren soil slopes with limit equilibrium computations, R. C. Tiwari, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, D. R. Bhat, Geomechanics and Geoengineering, 20131200, [Refereed], 1748-6033|1748-6025, 10.1080/17486025.2012.744101
  • Finite element modelling and parametric analyses of a long-span pocket-type rockfall interceptive cable-net structure, Shanker Dhakal, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Naoki Kinoshita, Landslide Science and Practice: Risk Assessment, Management and Mitigation, 20131200, [Refereed], 10.1007/978-3-642-31319-6-76
  • Study of preexisting shear surfaces of reactivated landslides from a strength recovery perspective, Deepak R. Bhat, R. Yatabe, N. P. Bhandary, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 20131100, [Refereed], 1367-9120|1878-5786, 10.1016/j.jseaes.2013.08.023
  • Effect of Shearing Rate on Residual Strength of Kaolin Clay, Deepak Raj Bhat, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 20130800, [Refereed]
  • High-Order FEM Formulation for 3-D Slope Instability, Tiwari Ram Chandra, Bhandary Netra Prakash, Yatabe Ryuichi, Applied Mathematics, 20130500, [Refereed]
  • Initiatives for earthquake disaster risk management in the Kathmandu Valley, Amod Mani Dixit, Ryuichi Yatabe, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Natural Hazards, 20130500, [Refereed], 0921-030X|1573-0840, 10.1007/s11069-013-0732-9
  • Rainfall event-based landslide susceptibility zonation mapping, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Manita Timilsina, Ryuichi Yatabe, Natural Hazards, 20130500, [Refereed], 0921-030X|1573-0840, 10.1007/s11069-013-0715-x
  • New numerical scheme in the finite-element method for evaluating the root-reinforcement effect on soil slope stability, R. C. Tiwari, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, D. R. Bhat, Geotechnique, 20130200, [Refereed], 0016-8505|1751-7656, 10.1680/geot.11.P.039
  • Basement topography of the Kathmandu Basin using microtremor observation, Youb Raj Paudyal, Ryuichi Yatabe, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 20130100, [Refereed], 1367-9120|1878-5786, 10.1016/j.jseaes.2012.11.011
  • Areal distribution of large-scale landslides along highway corridors in central Nepal, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Shuichi Hasegawa, Hideki Inagaki, Georisk, 20130100, [Refereed], 1749-9526|1749-9518, 10.1080/17499518.2012.743377
  • The impact of retrofitting work on awareness raising and knowledge transfer in Aceh Province, Indonesia, Hari Darshan Shrestha, Jishnu Subedi, Ryuichi Yatabe, Netra Prakash Bhandary, International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 20130100, [Refereed], 2095-0055, 10.1007/s13753-013-0019-5
  • A new concept of residual-state creep test to understand the creeping behavior of clayey soils, Deepak Raj Bhat, Netra P. Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Ram C. Tiwari, Geotechnical Special Publication, 20121200, [Refereed], 0895-0563, 10.1061/9780784412121.071
  • New numerical scheme in finite element method for the effective evaluation of the vegetation effects on slope stability modeling, R. C. Tiwari, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, D. R. Bhat, Geotechnical Special Publication, 20121200, [Refereed], 0895-0563, 10.1061/9780784412121.059
  • Seismic microzonation of densely populated area of kathmandu valley of nepal using microtremor observations, Y. R. Paudyal, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 20121100, [Refereed], 1363-2469, 10.1080/13632469.2012.693242
  • A replication of landslide hazard mapping at catchment scale, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Shuichi Hasegawa, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Prem Prasad Poudel, Atsuko Nonomura, Ryuichi Yatabe, Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk, 20120600, [Refereed], 1947-5705|1947-5713, 10.1080/19475705.2011.629007
  • A study of local amplification effect of soil layers on ground motion in the Kathmandu Valley using microtremor analysis, Y. R. Paudyal, R. Yatabe, N. P. Bhandary, R. K. Dahal, Journal of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Vibration, 20120600, [Refereed], 10001301
  • Numerical and analytical investigation towards performance enhancement of a newly developed rockfall protective cable-net structure, S. Dhakal, S. Dhakal, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, N. Kinoshita, Natural Hazards and Earth System Science, 20120400, [Refereed], 1684-9981|1561-8633, 10.5194/nhess-12-1135-2012
  • Vulnerability assessment and retrofitting of existing school buildings: A case study of Aceh, Hari Darshan Shrestha, Ryuichi Yatabe, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Jishnu Subedi, International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 20120200, [Refereed], 1759-5908|1759-5916, 10.1108/17595901211201132
  • Typical morphometric and geological characteristics of large-scale landslides in central Nepal, Manita Timilsina, Netra Prakash Bhandary Ryuichi Yatabe, Ranjan K. Dahal, 20120000, [Refereed]
  • Experimental, numerical and analytical modelling of a newly developed rockfall protective cable-net structure, S. Dhakal, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, N. Kinoshita, Natural Hazards and Earth System Science, 20111200, [Refereed], 1684-9981|1561-8633, 10.5194/nhess-11-3197-2011
  • Characteristic features of deep-seated landslides in mid-Nepal Himalayas - Spatial distribution and mineralogical evaluation, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, S. Hasegawa, R. K. Dahal, Geotechnical Special Publication, 20110500, [Refereed], 0895-0563, 10.1061/41165(397)173
  • Residual-state creep test in modified torsional ring shear machine: Methods and implications, Deepak Raj Bhat, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Ram Chandra Tiwari, International Journal of GEOMATE, 20110000, [Refereed], 21862982
  • Simulation of root-reinforcement effect in natural slopes based on progressive failure in soil-root interaction, Ram Chandra Tiwari, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Deepak Raj Bhat, International Journal of GEOMATE, 20110000, [Refereed], 21862982
  • GIS-based highway maintenance prioritization model: an integrated approach for highway maintenance in Nepal mountains, Bhoj Raj Pantha, Ryuichi Yatabe, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Journal of Transport Geography, 20100500, [Refereed], 0966-6923, 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2009.06.016
  • GIS-based highway maintenance prioritization model: an integrated approach for highway maintenance in Nepal mountains, Bhoj Raj Pantha, Ryuichi Yatabe, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Journal of Transport Geography, 20100400, [Refereed], 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2009.06.016
  • Optimal preliminary highway alignment, with slope disaster risk management, in Himalayan regions, Bhoj Raj Pantha, Ryuichi Yatabe, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Transportation Research Record, 20091200, [Refereed], 2169-4052|0361-1981, 10.3141/2120-10
  • Comparative analysis of contributing parameters for rainfall-triggered landslides in the Lesser Himalaya of Nepal, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Shuichi Hasegawa, Minoru Yamanaka, Santosh Dhakal, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Environmental Geology, 20090700, [Refereed], 0943-0105, 10.1007/s00254-008-1531-6
  • Causes of large-scale landslides in the Lesser Himalaya of central Nepal, Shuichi Hasegawa, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Ranjan Kumar Dahal, Minoru Yamanaka, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Hideki Inagaki, Environmental Geology, 20090500, [Refereed], 0943-0105, 10.1007/s00254-008-1420-z
  • GIS-based landslide susceptibility zonation for roadside slope repair and maintenance in the Himalayan region, Pantha Bhoj Raj, Yatabe Ryuichi, Bhandary Netra Prakash, EPISODES, 20081200, [Refereed]
  • Groundwater flow modeling for effective implementation of landslide stability enhancement measures: A case of landslide in Shikoku, Japan, H. K. Shrestha, R. Yatabe, N. P. Bhandary, Landslides, 20080800, [Refereed], 1612-5118|1612-510X, 10.1007/s10346-008-0121-8
  • Use of groundwater flow model in the analysis of a creeping landslide in western Japan, Hari Krishna Shrestha, Ryuichi Yatabe, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Episodes, 20060300, [Refereed], 07053797
  • 20060000, [Refereed], 0470-6455|2186-3563, 10.11362/jcssjnendokagaku1961.46.16
  • Groundwater flow model in implementation of landslide stability enhancement measures, EPISODES, A Journal of International Geoscience (IUGS), 20060000, [Refereed]
  • 20050600, [Refereed]

Books etc

Works

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  • 20060000, 20060000

Misc

  • GIS landslide, Hiromitsu Yamagishi, Netra Prakash Bhandary, GIS Landslide, 1, 230, 20170516, 10.1007/978-4-431-54391-6, https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=85033717180&origin=inward, © Springer Japan KK 2017. All rights reserved. This book presents landslide studies using the geographic information system (GIS), which includes not only the science of GIS and remote sensing, but also technical innovations, such as detailed light detection and ranging profiles, among others. To date most of the research on landslides has been found in journals on topography, geology, geo-technology, landslides, and GIS, and is limited to specific scientific aspects. Although journal articles on GIS using landslide studies are abundant, there are very few books on this topic. This book is designed to fill that gap and show how the latest GIS technology can contribute in terms of landslide studies. In a related development, the GIS Landslide Workshop was established in Japan 7 years ago in order to communicate and solve the scientific as well as technical problems of GIS analyses, such as how to use GIS software and its functions. The workshop has significantly contributed to progress in the field. Included among the chapters of this book are GIS using susceptibility mapping, analyses of deep-seated and shallow landslides, measuring and visualization of landslide distribution in relation to topography, geological facies and structures, rivers, land use, and infrastructures such as roads and streets. Filled with photographs, figures, and tables, this book is of great value to researchers in the fields of geography, geology, seismology, environment, remote sensing, and atmospheric research, as well as to students in these fields.
  • Enhancing landslides susceptibility mapping by combining InSAR processed images into the statistic model of Bawakaraeng mountain, Indonesia, Ilham Alimuddin, Luhur Bayuaji, Abdul Rachman Rasyid, Abdul Rachman Rasyid, Purwanto, Bambang Setiadi, Netra Prakash Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, 37th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing, ACRS 2016, 2, 1351, 1355, 20160101, https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=85018401608&origin=inward, Landslides have been one of the major natural disasters in most countries in the world. Indonesia has experienced landslides events annually in its mountainous areas and has been generating increasing number of casualties in recent years. One way of preventing the number of casualties from these landslides is by identifying those landslides prone areas and mitigates it by providing susceptible maps. Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are 2 growing modern technologies that have been used by many researchers in the provision of Landslides Susceptibility Maps (LSM). LSM has been created by many kinds approach by simple methodology like overlaying several parameters layers in GIS to combined methodologies such as using statistical approach and validation with remote sensing images or ground survey. The study area covers a mountainous area named Bawakaraeng and Lompobattang Mountain in South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia where rock formations are dominated by Miocene erupted volcanic. The objective of this research is trying to enhance the existing LSM created using frequency ratio model with higher resolution raster image of causal factors parameters used to create the LS index maps. In this research, we attempted to use the raster image created from Differential Interferometry of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) image processing of ALOS PALSAR1 images of DInSAR repeated-pass method. The raw data is SAR level 1 data with 5 scenes of different acquisition year of 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 of similar seasons. We have processed 3 pairs of SAR and the raster image generated have indicated areas where slight surface displacement have occurred and confirmed where cracks were found that initiated surface movement of future landslides. This image was used to validate the landslide incidence location and as one parameter of the causal factors in frequency ratio analysis in enhancing the creation of LSM. The result showed zone of prone areas to landslides graded based on the Landslide Susceptibility Index.
  • Method of residual-state creep test to understand the creeping behaviour of landslide soils, Deepak Raj Bhat, Netra P. Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Landslide Science and Practice: Early Warning, Instrumentation and Monitoring, 2, 635, 642, 20131200, 10.1007/978-3-642-31445-2-83, https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=84885682056&origin=inward, Many researchers have studied creeping behaviour of landslide soils in the laboratory using both odometer and triaxial tests; however in most cases, they have only concentrated on the pre-peak creep behaviour of soil, which does not adequately explain the creep movement of landslides that undergo large displacements at close-to-residual state of shear. This necessitates the importance of further studying creep behaviour of clayey soils in residual-state of shear. In order to investigate creep behaviour of clayey soils, a method of residual-state creep test in a modified torsional ring shear machine is developed in laboratory, which can simulate the creeping behaviour of a large-scale landslide. This paper discusses on the typical results obtained from four representative landslide soils, i.e., commercially available Kaolin clay and three other samples from the landslide area in Japan and Nepal which have higher percentage of smectite, chlorite, and mica. Finally, possibilities towards displacement prediction are discussed. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2013.
  • Seismic Damage Risk Evaluation through Ambient Ground Vibration Survey in Kathmandu Valley, N. P. Bhandary, Y. R. Paudyal, R. K. Dahal, and R. Yatabe, Proceedings of the 18th SOUTHEAST ASIAN GEOTECHNICAL CONFERENCE CUM INAUGURAL AGSSEA CONFERENCE, 20130500, 978-981-07-4949-1, The Himalayan mountains and their surroundings are hit by a major earthquake in 100-year or less interval. A study conducted in 2002 revealed that Kathmandu valley of Nepal will suffer a great damage if an M8.0 class earthquake hits the region again. In this study, we conduct an ambient ground vibration survey in the valley, which has a thick lacustrine lake deposit, and analyze the recorded data so as to prepare a seismic damage risk map based on the natural periods of the ground. A portable velocity sensor was used in the survey at 172 locations covering the valley core. Fourier analysis of each recorded dataset yielded natural periods of the surveyed ground points, which were then interpreted in terms of the seismic damage risk map.
  • Simplified Numerical Implementations in Current Slope Instability Computations, R. C. Tiwari, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe and R. K. Dahal, Proceedings of the 18th SOUTHEAST ASIAN GEOTECHNICAL CONFERENCE CUM INAUGURAL AGSSEA CONFERENCE, 20130500, 978-981-07-4949-1, This paper mainly focuses on current numerical implementations in slope instability computations. We successfully implemented two simplified numerical procedures in one sample problem referring from Smith and Griffiths’ book entitled “Programming the finite element method, third edition, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 2003”, that was originally solved by the finite element method (FEM). This paper briefly describes the implemented numerical procedures, their scopes and limitations. Result shows that the SEM based procedure is found to be more effective to handle simple to complex problem of small to large-scale problem domain due to its effective computational capacity as well as a higher degree of work accuracy. For this, newly released open source programs SPECFEM3D_GEOTECH [3] along with FEM program [10] have been used.
  • Erratum: Modification of a torsional ring shear apparatus to understand the creeping behaviors of landslide soils, Deepak Raj Bhat, Netra P. Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Ranjan K. Dahal, Ram C. Tiwari, International Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 7, 447, 20130101, 19386362, 10.1179/1938636213Z.00000000044, https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=84922695806&origin=inward
  • Characteristic Features of Deep-Seated Landslides in Mid-Nepal Himalayas: Spatial Distribution and Mineralogical Evaluation, Bhandary NP, Yatabe R, Hasegawa S, Dahal RK, Proc. Geo-Frontiers Congress 2011, 20120400, 10.1061/41165(397)173, Landslides, primarily occurring in deep-seated landslide areas, frequently damage important roads in Nepal and contribute to massive economic losses and public suffering every year. Efforts to understand these landslides, which are often only regarded as geological phenomena, through material shear behaviour however remain insignificantly reported. In order to narrow this research gap, this paper first addresses spatial distribution of these landslides in about 150-km arterial road corridors in central Nepal, and then discusses their occurrence mechanism in terms of a relation between material shear strength and mineralogical composition. The deep-seated landslide inventory prepared out of the aerial photos and topo-sheets revealed that the landslide distribution is dominant in phyllitic and slate zones of geology while the laboratory tests on clay materials, sampled from 15 locations in the study area, in ring shear machine and x-ray diffractometer exhibited that the landslide soils, especially from the phyllitic area, possess comparatively high angle of shear resistance in a range of 20–30 degrees with remarkable influence of mica and chlorite composition, whose increased relative amount was found to result in notable decrease of the angle of shear resistance.
  • A proposal on improved impact load specification for the design of a rockfall interceptive cable-net structure, Shanker Dhakal, Netra P. Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Naoki Kinoshita, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Shock and Impact Loads on Structures, 269, 278, 20111201, https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=84860258692&origin=inward, The usual way to specify the impact load onto the rockfall protective structures has been through the impact energy (kinetic energy) of the falling rock-boulder. The same philosophy was adopted during the full-scale test campaign of a newly developed interceptive system in Japan, known as the Long-span Pocket-type Rock-net (LPR). The LPR was required to resist fully the specified kinetic energy that was achieved via an arbitrary combination of the mass and the velocity (or falling height) of the impacting concrete block. However, it is very practical that there exist other variables that may independently characterize the impact of rockfall onto the protective structures while giving the same specified impact energy! Few important of them could be the density of rock-block, its velocity, or size, idealized block-shape, impact point, multi-rock impact, etc. Their effects should be scientifically quantified and appropriately incorporated either explicitly or implicitly (approximately) in the design. Setting this hypothesis, the authors carried out a numerical parametric study involving the nonlinear dynamic analyses using the Finite Element code of LS-DYNA, and the effects of various characteristic-parameters were successfully depicted. Finally, implicated from the discovered effects, a proposal on the improvement in the state-of-the-practice method of specifying the impact load for the design and targeted design code preparation of LPR structures is presented, wherein there shall be other independent variables as well in addition to the usually specified kinetic energy of falling rock block.
  • Statistical and deterministic landslide hazard assessment in the Himalayas of Nepal, RK Dahal, S Hasegawa, M Yamanaka, NP Bhandary, R Yatabe, Geologically Active, William et al. (eds), Proc. IAEG Conference (Taylor & Francis Group, London, CRC Press), 1053, 1060, 20100800
  • Low cost road for the development of Nepal and its engineering geological consequences, RK Dahal, S Hasegawa, NP Bhandary, R Yatabe, Geologically Active, William et al. (eds), Proc. IAEG Conference (Taylor & Francis Group, London, CRC Press), 4085, 4094, 20100800, Construction of roads in the mountains of Nepal is quite complicated because of steep slopes, thick soil profiles, weak rockmass and the extreme rainfall of the monsoon season. In the name of “low cost”, many roads of Nepal do not have any standard engineering structures. As a result, low cost road construction and maintenance programs are widely affected by landslide and debris flow triggered by monsoon rainfall. Generally, shallow failure occurred along the roadside, both in uphill as well as downhill slopes, are major geological problems of roads of Nepal. Although, cost effective techniques are very important for a developing country like Nepal, experience of Nepal reveals that low cost roads are not the best solution for sustainable development of underdeveloped countries.
  • Rainfall-induced landslide in different climatic environments: a comparison of the Nepal Himalaya and Shikoku Japan, S Hasegawa, RK Dahal, M Yamanaka, NP Bhandary, R Yatabe, Geologically Active, William et al. (eds), Proc. IAEG Conference (Taylor & Francis Group, London, CRC Press), 241, 249, 20100800
  • Mineralogical influence on ring shear strength of landslide materials from lesser Himalaya and Siwalik zones in Central Nepal, N. P. Bhandary, R. Yatabe, Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering: The Academia and Practice of Geotechnical Engineering, 1, 237, 240, 20091201, 10.3233/978-1-60750-031-5-237, https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=84865155410&origin=inward, Various studies in the past have revealed that the percentage of landslides and related failures occuring in low to middle class mountain ranges of Nepal in Central Himalaya is far greater than that occurring in any other parts of the country. Especially, the landslides and slope failures including debris flows that frequently damage road infrastructure in Central Nepal draw significant attention in terms of national concern over economic loss and public suffering. The most important national road network in Nepal connecting the capital area to rest of the business centers and dense settlement areas in southern plains frequently suffers from this problem. However, the efforts to study these landslides and their engineering properties to go for appropriate preventive techniques are insiginificant. With an aim to understand shear characteristics of clay material of landslides along this road network, this paper addresses land sliding mechanism in terms of material shear behavior and mineralogical influence. A total of 31 locations of landslides and failure sites were investigated for field verification and soil sampling. Due to field-related difficulties and limited resources, however, soil sampling was possible at about 15 locations only. The collected samples were then tested in ring shear apparatus for peak and residual shear strength parameters and in x-ray diffractometer for minerological composition to reveal the influence of chlorite and mica like weak minerals on the shear strength of landslide clays. © 2009 IOS Press.
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  • Ring shear tests on clays of fracture zone landslides and clay mineralogical aspects, Netra P. Bhandary, Ryuichi Yatabe, Progress in Landslide Science, 183, 192, 20071201, 10.1007/978-3-540-70965-7_13, https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=84892112412&origin=inward, Various investigations on tectonically-induced landslides in Shikoku Region of West Japan have been carried out, most of which conclude at tectonic activities through the major tectonic faults and enhanced rock mineral decomposition as being mainly responsible for the landslide occurrence. This paper looks into strength parameters of the landslide clays, as measured in ring shear apparatus, from clay mineralogical point of view. As a result of strength tests and X-ray diffraction analysis, it is found that the drop from peak to residual friction angles for the tested samples reaches as high as 20°, and the residual strength of the landslide clays was found to decrease with higher amount of expansive clay minerals, which was estimated as being relative to chlorite mineral. © 2007 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
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  • Geotechnical Engineering and Cooperation toward the Developing Countries, BHANDARY Netra Prakash, Soil mechanics and foundation engineering, The Japanese Geotechnical Society, Soil mechanics and foundation engineering, 51, 1, 20030101, 00413798, http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/110003889708
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  • Study of Ground Response of Three Cities of Kathmandu Valley of Nepal using Microtremor Observations, Proc. 8th International Conference on Urban Earthquake Engineering (8CUEE), Tokyo, Japan, 567, 575, 20110000
  • GIS-based landslide database and hazard analysis for road network reliability study during large earthquakes in Shikoku, 20090000
  • Earthquake Disasters in Nepal and Public Awareness Practices, 20070000
  • Preliminary Report on Topographic Analysis for Slope Stability in Nepal, Proc. One-day International Seminar on Fast-track Road Building in Nepal}{Kathmandu, Nepal, 45, 51, 20070000
  • State of road disasters and experiences from the current road building practices in Nepal, Proc. One-day International Seminar on Fast-track Road Building in Nepal, 73, 85, 20070000
  • Residual state of shear and long-run drained ring shear tests and the influence of shear discontinuation, 20060000
  • Earthquake hazard risk of Kathmandu Valley and protection of world cultural heritage sites in Nepal, 103, 112, 20060000
  • A Study on the Level of Disaster Awareness in Kathmandu Residents, International Symposium on Geo-Disasters,Infrastructure Management and Protection of World Heritage Sites, 348, 353, 20060000
  • Education for Disaster Mitigation in Schools, International Symposium on Geo-Disasters, Infrastructure Management and Protection of World Heritage Sites, 324, 329, 20060000
  • Simulation of Quasi-3D Slope Stability in Multi Layered Hill Slopes, Annual Journal of Engineering, Ehime University, Vol.4, 171, 177, 20050000
  • Clay minerals contributing to creeping displacement of fracture zone landslides in Japan, “Landslides, risk analysis and sustainable disaster management”, K. Sassa, H. Fukuoka, F. Wang, and G. Wang (Eds.), Proc. First General Assembly of the International Consortium on Landslides, 19, 23, 20050000
  • Ring Shear Test on Expansive Clay in Relation to Its Role in Causing Creep Activation of Landslides, Annual Journal of Engineering, Ehime University, Vol.4, 165, 170, 20050000
  • Importance of public awareness in controlling casualties due to natural disasters, Proc. International Conference on Disaster Management: Achievements & Challenges, Kathmandu, Nepal, 45, 50, 20050000
  • Appraisal of roadside bioengineering in Dhulikhel-Bhakunde section of the Banepa-Sindhuli-Bardibas Highway in central Nepal, Proc. International Conference on Disaster Management: Achievements & Challenges, Kathmandu, Nepal, 68, 80, 20050000
  • Hydrological analysis of an active creeping landslide in western Japan, Proc. International Conference on Disaster Management: Achievements & Challenges, Kathmandu, Nepal, 85, 93, 20050000
  • Looking at the 1993 slope disasters in Nepal after 11 years, Proc. International Conference on Disaster Management: Achievements & Challenges, Kathmandu, Nepal, 106, 111, 20050000
  • Similarities in geological backgrounds of slope failure disasters in Nepal and Southwest Japan, Proc. International Conference on Disaster Management: Achievements & Challenges, Kathmandu, Nepal, 233, 241, 20050000
  • Major roadside slope failures along Kathmandu-Pokhara Highway and Narayanghat-Mugling Highway in Nepal, Proc. International Seminar on Disaster Mitigation in Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal, 11, 19, 20040000
  • Recovery of strength at residual strength due to reduction in displacement rate, 20040000
  • A few recent landslides obstructing the highway traffic in Nepal, 20040000
  • Geotechnical properties of clay soils causing creeping landslides in Shikoku, Japan, Proc. 12th Panamerican Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering; P.J. Culligan, H. H. Einstein, & A.J. Whittle (Eds.), Vol. 1, 507, 513, 20030000
  • Changes in strength properties of rock-powder under the action of carbonic acid, Groundwater Engineering –Recent Advances-, Proc. International Symposium on Groundwater Problems Related to Geo-environment, 171, 176, 20030000
  • A study related to strength behavior of expansive clay and its influence on the creep displacement of landslides, 20030000
  • Instability of decomposed granite cut slopes caused by expansive clay layers, Chinese Society of Engineering GeologyJournal of Engineering Geology, China, Vol. 10, 273, 278, 20020000
  • Mechanism of landslide activation on active fault zones and a step toward studying creep displacement as a process influenced by expansive clay minerals, 20020000
  • Swelling and Shear Characteristics Smectite Landslide Clay, Proceeings of 2nd International Conference on Landslides, Slope Stability, & Safety of Infrastructures, 103, 110, 19990000
  • Ring Shear Test on Crushable Soils Causing Debris Flow, Proceedings of International Workshop on Soil Crushability, 131, 135, 19990000
  • Strength of landslide clay from mineralogical point of view, Proc. International Symposium on Slope Stability Engineering: Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental Engineering, IS-Shikoku 1999, Vol. 2, 701, 704, 19990000
  • Landslide Problem in Nepal : A Dilemma in Road Construction, Proc. International Symposium on the Auspicious Occasion of 50th Anniversary of Ehime University, 99, 103, 19990000
  • Landslide clay behavior and countermeasure works at the fractured zone of median tectonic line, Proc. International Symposium on Slope Stability Engineering: Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental Engineering, IS-Shikoku 1999, Vol. 2, 1199, 1202, 19990000

Other Research Activities

Awards & Honors

Research Grants & Projects

  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Overseas 'B'), Fundamental Study in Relation with the Physical Properties and Structure of the Kathmandu Valley Ground and Their Influence on Damage Extent during the 2015 Nepal Earthquake, Shinichiro Mori (With: NP Bhandary and H Yamamoto)
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Overseas 'A'), Advanced Research on Reducing Mercury Pollution Risk in Gold Mining Areas of Indonesia, Masayuki Sakakibara (With: NP Bhandary and 10 others)
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Overseas 'B'), Development of a Strategic and Integrated Disaster Mitigation Research Plan Targeting Mega Disasters in Various Countries of the Himalayan Watersheds, Ryuichi Yatabe (With: NP Bhandary and 4 others)
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Comprehensive Investigation Study of the 2015 Nepal Earthquake and Its Disastrous Effects, Ryuichi Yatabe (With: NP Bhandary and 15 others)
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Overseas 'B'), Replication of Integrated Disaster Mitigation Research in Various Countries of the Himalayan Watersheds Focusing on Disaster Education and Research, Ryuichi Yatabe (With: NP Bhandary and 3 others)
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KIBAN-B), Road Transport Integrity Assessment for the Support and Reconstruction of Disaster-Isolated Areas and Preservation of Cultural Properties during Nankai Earthquake, Ryuichi Yatabe (With: NP Bhandary and 4 others)
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KIBAN-C), Residual-state Creep Strength of Soil and Evaluation of Long-term Landslide Stability, Netra Prakash Bhandary
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Overseas 'B'), Disaster Mitigation and Preservation World Cultural Heritages against a Strong Local Earthquake in Nepal, Ryuichi Yatabe (With: NP Bhandary and 4 others)
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Overseas 'B'), Mechanism of Large-scale Landslide Disasters in the Himalayan Watersheds and Integrated Plan for Their Mitigation, Ryuichi Yatabe (With: NP Bhandary and 5 others)
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Overseas 'B'), Rain- and Earthquake-based Integrated Disaster Mitigation Study and Development of a Strategic Disaster Education System in the Himalayan Watersheds, Ryuichi Yatabe (With: NP Bhandary and 4 others)
  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Earthquake Hazard Management in Kathmandu Valley of Nepal, Geotechnical engineering
  • Creep behavior of clayey soil in residual state of shear and the mechanism of landslide displacement, Geotechnical engineering
  • Landslide Hazard Management along Major National Roads of Nepal, Geotechnical engineering

愛媛大学教員活動実績

プロフィール(A)

学内兼務職(A02)

  • Deputy Director, Associate Professor / Center for Disaster Management Informatics Research, 04, 03

教育活動(B)

担当授業科目(B01)

  • 2003, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習II
  • 2003, 学部, 基礎セミナー
  • 2003, 学部, 環境建設工学実験 I
  • 2003, 学部, 土質力学及び同演習
  • 2004, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習II
  • 2004, 学部, 基礎セミナー
  • 2004, 学部, 土質力学及び同演習
  • 2004, 学部, 環境建設工学実験 I
  • 2005, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習II
  • 2005, 学部, 物理学実験
  • 2005, 学部, 基礎セミナー
  • 2005, 学部, 土質力学及び同演習
  • 2005, 学部, 環境建設工学実験 I
  • 2006, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習II
  • 2006, 学部, 環境建設工学実験 I
  • 2006, 学部, 基礎セミナー
  • 2006, 学部, 物理学実験
  • 2007, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習II
  • 2007, 学部, 土質力学及び同演習
  • 2007, 学部, 環境建設工学実験 I
  • 2007, 学部, 新入生セミナー
  • 2008, 学部, 新入生セミナー
  • 2008, 学部, 土質力学及び同演習
  • 2008, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習II
  • 2008, 学部, 物理学実験
  • 2008, 学部, 環境建設工学実験 I
  • 2008, 学部, 土質力学及び同演習
  • 2008, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習II
  • 2009, 学部, 土質力学及び同演習
  • 2009, 学部, 環境建設工学実験Ⅰ
  • 2009, 学部, 環境建設総合演習
  • 2009, 学部, 卒業論文
  • 2009, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習II
  • 2009, 修士, アジア防災学特別演習
  • 2009, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2009, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2010, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習II
  • 2010, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習I
  • 2010, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2010, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2010, 修士, アジア防災学特別演習
  • 2010, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2010, 修士, 基礎設計学特論
  • 2010, 修士, アジア防災学特別演習
  • 2010, 学部, 土質力学及び同演習
  • 2010, 学部, 環境建設総合演習
  • 2010, 学部, 環境建設工学実験Ⅰ
  • 2010, 修士, インターンシップ
  • 2010, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2010, 学部, 卒業論文
  • 2011, 修士, インターンシップ
  • 2011, 学部, 環境建設工学実験Ⅰ
  • 2011, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習I
  • 2011, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2011, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2011, 修士, アジア防災学特別演習
  • 2011, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習II
  • 2011, 学部, 卒業論文
  • 2011, 学部, 土質力学及び同演習
  • 2011, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2011, 修士, アジア防災学特別演習
  • 2011, 修士, 基礎設計学特論
  • 2011, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2011, 学部, 測量学実習
  • 2012, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2012, 学部, 卒業論文
  • 2012, 学部, 測量学実習
  • 2012, 修士, アジア防災学特別演習
  • 2012, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2012, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2012, 修士, 基礎設計学特論
  • 2012, 学部, 土質力学I及び同演習
  • 2012, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習II
  • 2012, 学部, 環境建設工学実験Ⅰ
  • 2012, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2012, 修士, インターンシップ
  • 2012, 学部, 土質力学II及び同演習
  • 2012, 学部, 環境建設工学特別演習I
  • 2012, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2013, 修士, 基礎設計学特論
  • 2013, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2013, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2013, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2013, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2013, 学部, 卒業論文
  • 2013, 修士, インターンシップ
  • 2013, 学部, 土質力学I及び同演習
  • 2013, 学部, 土質力学II及び同演習
  • 2013, 学部, 測量学実習
  • 2013, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2013, 修士, アジア防災学特別演習
  • 2013, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2013, 学部, 環境建設工学実験Ⅰ
  • 2013, 学部, 環境建設デザイン演習Ⅲ
  • 2013, 学部, 土質力学Ⅱ及び同演習
  • 2013, 学部, 測量学実習
  • 2014, 学部, 微積分Ⅱ
  • 2014, 学部, 土質力学Ⅱ及び同演習
  • 2014, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2014, 学部, 環境建設デザイン演習Ⅲ
  • 2014, 学部, 環境建設デザイン演習Ⅲ
  • 2014, 学部, 環境建設デザイン演習Ⅲ
  • 2014, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2014, 学部, 土質力学I及び同演習
  • 2014, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2014, 学部, 力学I
  • 2014, 修士, アジア防災学特別演習
  • 2014, 修士, 基礎設計学特論
  • 2014, 学部, 環境建設工学実験Ⅰ
  • 2014, 修士, インターンシップ
  • 2014, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2014, 学部, 卒業論文
  • 2015, 学部, 力学I
  • 2015, 学部, 土質力学Ⅱ及び同演習
  • 2015, 学部, 土質力学I及び同演習
  • 2015, 学部, 環境建設工学実験Ⅰ
  • 2015, 修士, アジア防災学ゼミナール
  • 2015, 修士, アジア防災学特別実験
  • 2015, 修士, インターンシップ
  • 2015, 学部, 環境建設デザイン演習Ⅲ
  • 2015, 学部, 環境建設工学実験Ⅰ
  • 2015, 学部, 土質力学Ⅰ及び同演習
  • 2015, 学部, 力学Ⅰ
  • 2015, 学部, 力学Ⅰ
  • 2015, 学部, 環境建設工学実験Ⅰ
  • 2015, 学部, 土質力学Ⅰ及び同演習
  • 2015, 学部, 微積分Ⅱ
  • 2015, 学部, 環境建設デザイン演習Ⅲ
  • 2015, 学部, 土質力学Ⅱ及び同演習
  • 2016, 学部, 新入生セミナーA
  • 2016, 学部, 力学I
  • 2016, 学部, 土質力学Ⅰ及び同演習
  • 2016, 学部, 環境建設工学実験Ⅰ
  • 2016, 学部, 土質力学Ⅱ及び同演習
  • 2016, 学部, 物理学
  • 2016, 学部, 環境デザイン概論

論文指導(B07)

  • 2005, 4, 0, 10, 1
  • 2004, 3, 3, 10, 1
  • 2003, 2, 0, 8, 1
  • 2006, 3, 8, 2
  • 2007, 2, 7, 3
  • 2008, 2, 3, 1
  • 2009, 4, 5, 3
  • 2010, 6, 0, 4, 2, 5, 3, 2, 2
  • 2011, 4, 0, 4, 2, 6, 6
  • 2012, 5, 0, 3, 0, 6, 6, 1, 1
  • 2013, 6, 1, 2, 0, 5, 5, 1, 1
  • 2014, 4, 0, 3, 2, 2, 2, 0, 0

共同・受託研究/外部資金(D)

共同研究希望テーマ(D01)

  • Landslide disasters in under-developed or developing countries, Wish to undertake joint research with industry and other organizations including private sector.
  • Landslide prevention techniques and long-term stability evaluation, Wish to undertake joint research with industry and other organizations including private sector.
  • Expansive clay minerals and cut slope instability evaluation methodology, Wish to undertake joint research with industry and other organizations including private sector.


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