CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
Said-Islom Usmanov, Head and Professor of Civil Engineering and Architecture Department, is doing some calculations on a whiteboard before setting up a total station for calculating a benchmark point in a university laboratory at Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent (August, 2020).
Nope! A bird will not come out of a “camera” as it is a total station that is used to measure up coordinations of control points. Students are carefully listening to the explanation of Professor Said-Islom Usmanov who shows them its usage in a university laboratory at Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent (August, 2020).
“Aiming for stars is one thing, but teaching how to reach them in an earthly sense is another. I believe that students should gain experience in using measuring tools right in the lab, not in the workplace,” says Professor Said-Islom Usmanov, at the left showing to his students the angle in the corner to measure up its coordinations (August, 2020).
“My name is Fuad! And I strongly believe that with the solid and advanced knowledge I have gained at the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture I will found my own super construction company named Fuad Buildings that will match, I hope, in excellence to Murad Buildings.”
Fuad Armush, a fourth year student of Civil Engineering and Architecture at Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent (August, 2020)
MEASURING A RELATIVE HEIGHT
Muhammad Solih, a fourth-year student at Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent, measures a relative height of the position with a Leica leveling instrument and staff (May, 2019).
EXECUTING WITH PRECISION
In a second phase of using Leica instrument, Davronbek Tukhtasinov, a fourth-year student, on campus, winces his eye to match a pole level to a total station. His fellow students hold a pole and a reflector while Professor Said-Islom Usmanov, behind the total station wearing a white shirt, explains to a student the identification of control points (May, 2019).
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture is one of the doorways to the finest Italian university in Uzbekistan. We offer state-of-the-art facilities and high-quality education in civil engineering and architecture quite a handful of universities in Central Asia or Asia can take pride of.
Our passionate professors, finest scholars and researchers from Italy, Japan, South Korea and the United States are here to combine architectural principles with civil engineering disciplines to empower our students with knowledge and experience in the field.
We offer the following courses:
- Drawing engineering
- Safety and civil protection
- Analytical mechanics
- Statistical methods for engineering
- Land surveying
- Environmental management engineering for industrial activities
- Geographic Information systems (GIS)
- Transportation systems and infrastructure
- Structural mechanics
- Structural engineering
- Numerical methods for engineering
Our role in a society and industry is huge as we provide the technical expertise and R&D service to industrial sector of Uzbekistan, with the reflection of its needs and drawing on its possibilities and realties.
With a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and Architecture, you will be equipped with the knowledge to generate unique solutions to growing environmental and social problems. It is because we at Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent value interdisciplinary collaboration and personal approach to our students.
The reward of our tireless effort and significant contribution to the higher education in Uzbekistan are reflected with job placement of our graduates. That is, 99 percent of our graduates have been employed up to this day.
Quite an accomplishment for the head of university and its faculty members across departments! Quite a great investment from parents and their sponsors! Quite a stream of fresh blood for employers to embrace a cohort of young and ambitious experts in their field of work!
Join us and prepare a great future for yourself and the next generation!