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    April 13th, 2015: Structural Engineering Lecture 02 by Mika Araki of Jun Sato Lab, the University of Tokyo

    By UTokyoADS
    Apr 20, '15 3:32 AM EST

    Mika Araki from Jun Sato Lab gave the first of lecture series on structural engineering for the first year students. She presented them with how to conduct various material tests, but particularly on bending. Each project has its own material property relevant to design, and thus, it is important to listen and learn from the experts. Later, these experts we invited for lectures will also join us as jury members to select the final design of this year's DFL research pavilion 2015.

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