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What is the role of the civil engineer in an increasingly automated infrastructure world? CSIC Distinguished Lecture 2020

6 July 2020

“Civil engineers are best placed to be the de facto leaders of automated infrastructure services going forward into the twenty-first century,” said Professor Jerome P. Lynch, opening the CSIC Distinguished Lecture 2020. Civil engineers are the designers, constructors and maintainers of the structures and services that...

Collaborative research demonstrates human-mobility reduction strategies could help in battle against Covid-19

1 July 2020

Two journal publications co-authored by CSIC Research Associates Dr Manu Sasidharan and Dr Georgios M. Hadjidemetriou, and CSIC Investigator and Reader in Asset Management, Dr Ajith Parlikad, based at the Institute for Manufacturing, explore how human-mobility reduction strategies can help in fighting Covid-19 in the UK...

CSIC researchers collaborating on new project - Facilitating Policy Change for Low Carbon Mobility: The Role of Multilevel Governance

1 July 2020

CSIC Research Associate Dr Timea Nochta and CSIC Co-Investigator Dr Li Wan from the Department of Land Economy are collaborating with Dr Louise Reardon of University of Birmingham on a project, Facilitating Policy Change for Low Carbon Mobility: The Role of Multilevel Governance , which has recently been awarded funding...

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