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International Symposium for Next Generation Infrastructure call for abstracts and registration

last modified Apr 19, 2017 02:26 PM
The International Symposium for Next Generation Infrastructure (ISNGI 2017), to be held in London from 11 to 14 September 2017, will explore future infrastructure challenges to enable new research collaborations. Suggested topics for presentations should be submitted by Sunday 21 May.



Registration for the ISNGI 2017 is now open. This year the Symposium is co-sponsored by the UK Collaboratorium for Research on Infrastructure and Cities (UKCRIC), a major UK research programme of which The University of Cambridge is a founding partner.

The event is for academics, industry, government and policy makers and the programme features a number of high profile national and international keynote speakers, talks, panel discussions and a poster session as well as the opportunity for networking.

The main objectives of the Symposium are to facilitate a co-ordinated global infrastructure research programme, focussed on long-term infrastructure and land use planning, and to ensure the best minds across industry, government and academia work together collaboratively to create not only best practice benchmarks but new knowledge and innovation to better inform strategies for long-term prosperity.

The event seeks to establish international and interdisciplinary research collaborations designed to enable exploration of the development of Next Generation Infrastructure (NGI) in the context of understanding the interactions between infrastructure, the population it serves, technology and sustainability, both now and into the future.

The ISNGI Academic Steering Committee welcome submissions for paper and poster extracts that respond to the Symposium’s overarching themes or questions. Full details of abstract submission can be found at and key submission dates can be found below (please note prompt turnaround time).  Initial short paper abstracts are due by the Sunday 21May. The full paper is to be written up for review between the 6 June and the 17 July. Poster abstracts are due by Sunday 11 June.

Details on keynote speakers and the full programme will be available at