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Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction

Transforming infrastructure through smarter information
 

Image: CSIC Executive Committe member Giulia Viggiani and Head of CSIC Professor Lord Robert Mair

The CSIC executive committee meets every month and includes both CSIC investigators and core team members. The committee guides and oversees the operations of the Centre. 
 

Professor Lord Robert Mair, CBE
Head of CSIC
rjm50@cam.ac.uk
Dr Jennifer Schooling, OBE
Director of CSIC
jms33@eng.cam.ac.uk

Professor Giulia Viggiani
Professor of Infrastructure Geotechnics
gv278@cam.ac.uk

Professor Mark Girolami
Sir Kirby Laing Professor of Civil Engineering, Programme Director for Data-Centric Engineering at The Alan Turing Institute
mag92@eng.cam.ac.uk​
Dr Ying Jin
Reader in Architecture and Urbanism
yj242@cam.ac.uk
Dr Cedric Kechavarzi
CSIC Operations Manager
ck209@eng.cam.ac.uk
Professor Campbell Middleton
Laing O'Rourke Professor of Construction Engineering
crm11@cam.ac.uk
Dr Ajith Parlikad
Reader in Asset Management
aknp2@cam.ac.uk
Professor John Orr
Lecturer in Concrete Structures  
jjo33@cam.ac.uk
Dr Kristen MacAskill
Lecturer in Engineering, Environment and Sustainable Development
kam71@cam.ac.uk
Dr Sam Stanier
Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering
sas229@cam.ac.uk
Dr Li Wan
Lecturer in Chinese Urban Development
lw423@cam.ac.uk
Dr Sakthy Selvakumaran
Isaac Newton Trust/Newnham College Research Fellow
ss683@cam.ac.uk

 

 

 

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