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Japan Society of Civil Engineers

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Founded  1914
Area served  Worldwide
Type  Professional Scientific Organization
Focus  Science, Education, Professional Development
Location  Yotsuya 1-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo JAPAN 160-0004
Method  Lectures, Symposia, Workshops, Publications

Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE) (土木学会, doboku gakkai) is a professional scientific nonprofit organization of the civil engineering field of Japan. It was established as an incorporated association in 1914 and its offices are located in Yotsuya, Shinjuku, Tokyo. JSCE currently has 35,553 members.

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History

JSCE was established as an incorporated association in 1914.

Mission

The mission of JSCE is to contribute to the advancement of scientific culture by promoting the field of civil engineering and the expansion of civil engineering activities.

References

Japan Society of Civil Engineers Wikipedia


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