|1947|| Department of “Kouchiku(Structure)” Engineering Established
in School of Engineering, Osaka University.
Lab. 1(Structural mechanics) and Lab. 2(Structural study) were launched.
|1949||School of Engineering, Osaka University (New System) Established
Lab. 3(Construction methodology) was launched.
|1951||Lab. 4(Architecture building) was launched.|
|1952||Civil Engineering Course and Architectural Engineering Course were divided and established|
|1954||Lab. 5(Hydraulic engineering) was launched.|
|1962||Lab. 6(Transportation engineering) was launched.|
|1963||Lab. 7(Sanitary engineering) was launched.|
|1964||Lab. 8(Architectural equipment) was launched.|
|1966||Reorganized and expanded.
Department of Structure Engineering was divided to that of Civil Engineering and that of Architectural Engineering.
Lab 3, 5, 6 and 7 in Department of Structure Engineering were renewed to Lab 1, 2, 3 and 4 in Department of Civil Engineering.
Lab.1（Structural mechanics in civil engineering）
Lab.2（Hydraulic engineering I）
Lab. 3(Transportation engineering)
Lab.4（Hydraulic Engineering II）
Lab 1, 2 and 4 were renamed.
|1968||Lab. 6(Soil mechanics and engineering) was launched.|
|1970||The transfer from the Higashinoda campus in Osaka to the present Suita area was completed.
The master’s course of the Department of Civil Engineering was established in the graduate school.
Professor Tomio Ito assumed the office of manager of the School of Engineering. (August 1970―October 1971)
|1971||Professor Tomio Ito assumed the office of the dean of the School of Engineering. (October 1971―September 1973)|
|1972||The doctoral course of the Department of Civil Engineering was established.|
|1998||Emphasis was placed on the graduate education in the fields of
civil engineering, architecture, environment, and naval architecture
and ocean engineering. The 6 labs were regrouped to 2 labs of Social
Infrastructure Engineering including the subareas of “Advanced
Infrastructure Design and Maintenance Engineering”, “Geotechnical
Engineering” and “Structural Engineering”, and Social Systems Studies
including the subareas of “Water System Engineering”, “Transportation
System Engineering” and “Land Development and Management Engineering”.
Division of Global Architecture was established and comprised t Department of Civil Engineering
|1999||Division of Global Architecture (Civil Engineering Course)|
|2005||The Japanese name of Civil Engineering Course were changed to “infrastructure engineering”. (The English name was not changed)|
material in magazine the 50th anniversary of Architecture Engineering Section establishment.. supplement