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Professor Robert Mair has been appointed Chair of the Department for Transport's Science Advisory Council
CSIC’s Head, Prof Robert Mair, appointed to chair the Department for Transport’s (DfT’s) Science Advisory Council.
CSIC’s work featured in the University of Cambridge’s Department of Engineering Newsletter.
Leading academics at the University of Cambridge are joined by the Government’s Permanent Secretary for the Department for Transport to discuss the architectural, environmental and engineering challenges of transport planning.
How pioneering work from Cambridge University engineers will change our understanding of the London Underground
Booking open for new CSIC course on using Distributed Optical Fibre Strain Sensing for infrastructure monitoring
CSIC’s Professor Kenichi Soga was invited by the Council of the Italian Geotechnical Association (AGI) to deliver the twelfth Croce Lecture at the Italian National Research Council in Rome, Italy.
CSIC's instrumentation is set to demonstrate the behaviour of a cast iron tunnel to a scale that has never been done before using ground breaking technologies.
CSIC has been awarded the Fleming Award from the Institution of Civil Engineers, in collaboration with its industry partner Thames Water and MVB JV, AECOM, CH2M HILL, Bachy Soletanche and UNPS.
Yu Jia, a final-year PhD student at the Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC), has received the prestigious “best student oral presentation award” at the 13th International Conference on Micro and Nanotechnology for Power Generation and Energy Conversion Applications (PowerMEMS), held at The Royal Society, London.
CSIC’s Head, Professor Robert Mair, talks about “smart solutions” in December’s issue of Ground Engineering
CSIC’s Head Professor Robert Mair talks to Claire Symes from “Ground Engineering” about how work being led by CSIC looks set to create a step change in the instrumentation and monitoring of infrastructure
CSIC’s novel fibre optic instrumentation and monitoring work has been recognised at the 2013 NCE International Tunnelling Awards in London
Leading the Way: CSIC’s Industry Partners hear about the latest developments in Fibre Optic Sensors from the Centre’s academics.
CSIC’s Industry Partners met in Cambridge for a workshop to learn from the centre’s Fibre Optics team about their latest field demonstrations, to discuss what their findings might mean for industry, and to ensure a successful transfer of information and knowledge between CSIC and industry – one of CSIC’s key aims.
A new, unique and tiny sensor device named ‘Utterberry’, designed and developed at the University of Cambridge and deployed in CSIC’s smart infrastructure projects, has been certified as ‘Highly Commended’ in three Institution for Engineering and Technology (IET) Innovation Awards: the Asset Management Award; the Built Environment Award; and the Measurement In Action Award.
The prestigious ICE President’s Medal was presented to Professor Robert Mair at the recent Awards Ceremony at the Institution of Civil Engineers in London.
Visual Detectors: 3D cameras and scanners have the potential to revolutionise the way forward for our infrastructure industry