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CSIC 2022: Data, performance, decision-making

This short film introduces the collaborative work of the Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC).

 

 







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CSIC call for applicants for Early-Career Academics and Professionals Panel

13 June 2024

Nominations are now being accepted for new prospective members to the third cohort of the CSIC ‘Early-Career Academics and Professionals Panel’ (ECAPP). We anticipate activities for this third ECAPP Cohort will focus on the following themes: understanding systems-thinking in the built environment; making the case for the...

CSIC Director Dr Brian Sheil and co-authors Win 2024 BGA Case Histories Award

4 June 2024

CSIC director Dr Brian Sheil, Peter Hensman and Zhandos Orazalin, have been honored with the prestigious 2024 BGA Case Histories Award . Their award-winning paper, titled " Monitoring the construction of a deep energy-from-waste bunker in soft clay and peat ," was published in Géotechnique in 2023. The paper explores the...

CSIC Research Talk by Dr Ramaseshan Kannan “Blending data-and computational sciences for sustainability”

21 May 2024

On 08 May Dr Ramaseshan Kannan, head of Computational Science at Arup , recently delivered an enlightening talk titled “Blending Data and Computational Sciences for Sustainability” at CSIC. Drawing on his extensive experience in both academia and industry, particularly through his RAEng Industrial Fellowship at University...

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CSIC is a globally recognised research group in Civil Engineering at the University of Cambridge, it specialises in smart infrastructure and construction by adopting a data-centric, whole-life systems approach supported by a diverse team of multidisciplinary academics. Established in 2011 with support from Innovate UK and EPSRC, it now relies on industry backing. Funding sustains core activities like research translation and knowledge exchange. CSIC collaborates across disciplines and with industry to create tangible impacts. Its overarching aim is to deliver pragmatic solutions to real-world challenges.

Through the University of Cambridge, CSIC is an active member of the UK Collaboratorium for Research on Infrastructure and Cities (UKCRIC) and is hosted in the UKCRIC-funded National Research Facility for Infrastructure Sensing (NRFIS).

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