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EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Infrastructure and Built Environment: Resilience in a Changing World (FIBE2)

 

Linkages between actual in-service behaviour e.g from large scale laboratory and field testing, commercial deployment, living labs, and resilience ‘performance’ metrics and requirements, knowledge creation from data-driven research through theoretical modelling and experimental innovation, approaches to data generation, capture, storage, analysis and management, data visualisation, digitisation, multiple-source data, security and accountability, value of and from data.

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Lunchtime Seminar with Cundall

23 May 2024

This week's Lunchtime Seminar will be delivered by 4 speakers from the company Cundall, a global, independent, multi-disciplinary consultancy delivering sustainable engineering and design solutions across the built environment. Topic: Future Fit Cities- Water Infrastructure Abstract: Human demand for water supply in urban...

Lunchtime Seminar with Ele Brown

2 May 2024

Speaker: Ele Brown, CEng, MICE Title: Delivering sustainable infrastructure Abstract: As global warming and population growth puts greater pressure on our infrastructure systems, how can we deliver ever more complex projects? Ele will talk about her journey from Cambridge civil engineering graduate to geotechnical engineer...