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Latest CSIC Smart Infrastructure Blog published today

1 March 2021

This month’s CSIC Smart Infrastructure Blog by Dr Daniel Summerbell, CSIC Research Associate, makes the case for categorising opportunities for material efficiency in construction. Automating Concrete Construction (ACORN), is a collaborative project with the University of Bath and Dundee and aims to drive a new culture in...

CSIC articles published by ICE and IEEE

28 February 2021

Two CSIC articles on the future of infrastructure have been published in journals from the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) this month. A paper titled ‘Flourishing Systems: Re-envisioning Infrastructure as a Platform for Human Flourishing’, authored by...

Director of CSIC joins panel at CIRIA conference on the new age of construction

24 February 2021

Dr Jennifer Schooling, Director of CSIC, will chair a panel considering ‘The path to whole-life performance’ at a CIRIA event ‘The new age of construction: technology as an enabler’. This event marks the inaugural virtual conference for CSIC Partner CIRIA, (Construction Industry Research and Information Association), a...

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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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