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CSIC introduces an occasional series of Q&A sessions to showcase the expertise and innovation of its Industry Partners. Simon Maddison, Chief Operating Officer at Senceive, launches the series.
Cementation Skanska and CSIC win the Editor’s Award at the 2016 Ground Engineering Awards for the development of CemOptics.
In 2017, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is launching a new journal, Smart Infrastructure and Construction, as part of its Proceedings series.
The Staffordshire Alliance project has won the best Major Project at the Rail Industry Innovation Awards (Modern Railways) and the Collaborative Working accolade at the 2016 UK Railway Industry Awards (Rail Technology Magazine).
Sinan Açikgöz, a Research Associate at CSIC, has been awarded an 1851 Royal Commission Science and Engineering Research Fellowship.
CSIC spin-out secures £0.7m to address market for smart infrastructure, sensors and Internet of Things
8power Limited, a new company spun out of the Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction at the University of Cambridge to develop and commercialise novel technology for sensing and measurement in industrial applications, has received initial funding of approximately £700,000 from IP Group plc (LSE: IPO), the University of Cambridge and the University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund III, managed by Parkwalk Advisors.
In the face of extreme events that could impact lifeline systems, Professor Tom O’Rourke says industry and academia must work together to innovate the next generation of hazard resilient underground infrastructure.
This year’s Annual Review is sub-titled Implementing Innovation and presents CSIC’s most recent projects and activities.
Professor Lord Mair has written an opinion piece for the May issue of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) international journal Forensic Engineering.
CSIC's instrumentation of the James Dyson Building for Engineering, Cambridge’s first ‘smart building’, features in the June issue of Electro Optics. The magazine is a leading resource for engineers involved in photonics business, technology and applications published 10 times a year.
CSattAR a photogrammetric system developed by CSIC PhD student Medhi Alhaddad has been profiled in the June edition of Civil Engineering Surveyor.
Professor Lord Mair, Head of CSIC, has been appointed to the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology. This was announced on 25 May.
The Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction has a new look. The Centre has updated its logo, ready for its second phase of research.
The James Dyson Building and Dyson Centre for Engineering Design at the University of Cambridge officially opened today. The engineering hub focuses on advances including smart infrastructure, electric vehicles and efficient internal combustion systems and features instrumentation by CSIC.
Lord Mair stresses the role of engineering innovation for future economic growth in House of Lords debate
Head of CSIC, Professor Lord Mair, has called for increased investment in engineering innovation, skills and training during a debate in the House of Lords addressing the economy and UK prospects.
A roundtable debate about transport infrastructure in the UK, published in the May issue of Materials World, features a number of expert contributors, including Dr Jennifer Schooling, CSIC Director.
Mehdi Alhaddad, a PhD student at CSIC, has been awarded the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) International Innovation and Research Award for Photogrammetric Monitoring of Construction Environments and Surrounding Assets.
CSIC is sponsoring the 2016 Asia-Pacific-Euro Summer School on Smart Structures Technology in Cambridge from June 23 – July 14 2016; a three-week programme of coursework, lectures, laboratory experience and non-academic activities where civil engineering graduate students will learn about smart structures technology and its applications.
Head of CSIC, Professor Lord Mair, made his maiden speech to the House of Lords today, Thursday 14 April.
The digital revolution is coming – the infrastructure industry could lead or follow. Which will it be?
Key points from CSIC's event, Smart Infrastructure and Construction – the Future? Royal Academy of Engineering, London, 15 March 2016
The March 2016 Issue 6 CSIC e-Newsletter is now available.
The Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC) hosted a timely industry event at the Royal Academy of Engineering, London on 15 March 2016 to foster discussion among key decision makers on the future of smart infrastructure and construction.
CSIC’s leading experts across the fields of asset management, wireless sensors, distributed fibre optic strain sensing and bridge monitoring have written a series of industry best practice and technology guides to be published in conjunction with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
As part of the National Needs Assessment Call for Evidence ICE is hosting a number of events across the United Kingdom.
Sinan Acikgoz, a CSIC research associate, presented to members of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee at this year’s SET for Britain event held at the House of Commons in London.
Professor Lord Mair, Head of CSIC, and Dr Jennifer Schooling, Director of CSIC, were among a select number of scientists and engineers at the RISE Connect event organised by the Engineering and Physical Research Council (EPSRC).
CSIC’s Mehdi Alhaddad wins Digital Innovation award and judges commend CSattAR for “strong potential in the broader context of monitoring infrastructure works”
Mehdi Alhaddad has won the coveted Highly Commended Digital Innovation category at this year’s Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) International Innovation and Research Awards for his Photogrammetric Monitoring of Construction Environments and Surrounding Assets.
Deep machine learning key to the future of BIM? Dr Viorica Patraucean featured in Infrastructure Intelligence
CSIC Researcher Dr Viorica Patraucean Featured in Infrastructure Intelligence
CSIC event at Royal Academy of Engineering presents case for industry adoption of the ‘digital revolution’
CSIC will host a prestigious event for industry, titled Smart Infrastructure and Construction – the Future? to showcase opportunities presented by smart infrastructure solutions and highlight the importance of industry adoption of the ‘digital revolution’.
Mehdi Alhaddad, a CSIC PhD student, will be speaking at this year’s Ground Engineering Instrumentation and Monitoring conference taking place on March 15 to 16, at Inmarsat, London.