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CSIC research student selected for National Infrastructure Commission Young Professionals Panel

4 August 2020

Sam Cocking, CSIC PhD Student, is among 10 new members of the National Infrastructure Commission Young Professionals Panel. I'm particularly interested in using this opportunity to explore upcoming trends in infrastructure research, that will have a direct impact on younger infrastructure professionals over the course of...

CSIC Research Associate leads ‘Design Engineer Construct!’ Digital Twins workshop for school students

28 July 2020

Dr Didem Gürdür Broo, CSIC Research Associate, champions the education of young people in data science and was delighted to be asked to be part of a virtual Digital Twins workshop for Class of Your Own secondary school students held this month (July). Class of Your Own (COYO) was launched as a Social Business in 2009 to...

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...

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CSIC is an Innovation and Knowledge Centre funded by EPSRC, Innovate UK and industry. We develop cutting edge sensing and data analysis models to provide a powerful platform for delivering data to enable smarter whole-life asset management decisions, for both new infrastructure and existing assets. CSIC collaborates with partner organisations across policy, standards and industry adoption to effect transformative change, deliver benefits to all stakeholders and establish the UK as a global leader in digital construction.

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