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CSIC 2022: Data, performance, decision-making

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Rethinking our urban spaces – CSIC Director contributes to UTS Zunz Lecture 2022

7 December 2022

Dr Jennifer Schooling, Director of the Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction at Cambridge University recently participated in the UTS Zunz 2022 lecture on ‘Resetting our cities: A new balance for a low-carbon world’. As part of the annual lecture series hosted by ARUP, this year’s UTS Zunz convened several...

This month’s Smart Infrastructure Blog looks at carbon blind spots in construction

30 November 2022

CSIC Research Associate Omar Abo Madyan asks if the construction industry is on track to achieve net zero – and sets out why addressing carbon blind spots across the value chain will present new opportunities to reduce emissions and create more accurate carbon models and targets. The blog, titled ‘ Addressing carbon blind...

CSIC in the news

8 November 2022

Articles written by CSIC Investigators, Research Associates and member of the Carbon Code Advisory Group feature in a number of industry publications. Thought leadership articles written by: Dr Rehema Msulwa, Research Associate at the Bennett Institute for Public Policy at the University of Cambridge, titled ‘ The role of...

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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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