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CSIC Academic Director talks government agendas and the role of science and technology to Civil Engineering Surveyor

20 January 2022

Professor Mark Girolami, CSIC Academic Director, Sir Kirby Laing Professor of Engineering at the University of Cambridge and Chief Scientist at The Alan Turing Institute features in the January issue of Civil Engineering Surveyor (CES) – the monthly journal of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors , a...

Smart Stories

10 January 2022

CSIC’s collaborative project to create two of the UK’s first ever smart bridges is featured on the Transforming Construction story catalogue that showcases innovations that are changing UK construction. The article titled ‘ Smart Bridges – fibre optics that give remote and real-time assessment of structural health ’ shines...

Read the first Smart Infrastructure Blog of 2022 that makes the case for including young professionals' voices in shaping our infrastructure

4 January 2022

The CSIC Smart Infrastructure Blog series welcomes 2022 with a blog by Dr Sam Cocking, CSIC Research Associate and member of the UK National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) Young Professionals Panel (YPP). Titled ‘Perspectives on the future of civil engineering and smart infrastructure: net zero, maximising societal...

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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.

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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