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International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction (ICSIC)

Churchill College, Cambridge: 8 - 10 July 2019

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Programme

Conference Programme

A detailed programme is available here.

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Please note that this is subject to change and the final programme will be confirmed nearer the date of the conference. 

Keynote speakers

Fujino

Dr Yozo Fujino was Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Tokyo from 1990 to 2014 and now Distinguished Professor of Institute of Advanced Sciences, Yokohama National University. His area of expertise comprises dynamics, control and monitoring of bridges and structures, earthquake- and wind-effects on structures. He is also interested in cable-supported long span bridges. He was appointed to be a policy adviser in the Council of Science and Technology, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan in 2014 and is in charge of a 5-year (2014-2019) large research project (approx. 150 M$US) “Infrastructure maintenance, renovation and management”.

 

Keith Bowers

Dr Keith Bowers is Head of Profession for the Civil Engineering and Built Environment disciplines in Transport for London’s Engineering Directorate. He has technical accountability and authority for these disciplines and the associated assets across many of London’s transport networks. He leads a team of Civil and Structural Engineers, Architects, Building Surveyors, Project Engineers, Construction Engineering specialists and Inspectors of Works who work across highway, metro, heavy rail, light rail, tram and river systems.

Prior to his current role Dr Bowers was employed by TfL as London Underground’s Head of Tunnels. He was involved in the successful delivery of LU’s large and complex capital programme of urban railway tunnelling projects as well as other schemes including the Elizabeth Line, Crossrail 2 and Silvertown Tunnel. He has promoted technological development and more efficient construction through active risk management and the controlled adoption of a range of new technologies. Outside London he has supported work on the Washington DC Metro and is a member of the Cambridge University Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC) steering group.

Before joining TfL Dr Bowers held posts in government and industry. These included as Principal Tunnel Engineer on Section 2 of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (now High Speed 1), as Tunnel Design Manager for the King’s Cross Underground Station upgrade and as a team leader working on highway and rail infrastructure at the Transport Research Laboratory. He has undertaken consultancy work, including as an expert witness, and has particular interests in tunnelling and technologies for monitoring underground works.

 

Jerome Lynch

Dr Jerome Lynch is the Donald Malloure Department Chair of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Michigan; he is also Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. In 2016, Dr Lynch was appointed the Director of the University of Michigan Urban Collaboratory, a research institute that works closely with city stakeholders to prototype solutions to urban challenges using smart city technologies.  Prior to the University of Michigan, Dr Lynch completed his graduate studies at Stanford University where he received his Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering in 2002, M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering in 1998, and M.S. in Electrical Engineering in 2003. Dr Lynch also received his B.E. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the Cooper Union in New York City.  His current research interests are in the areas of wireless cyber-physical systems, cyberinfrastructure tools for management of sensor datasets, computer vision methods for assessing societal resiliency, and advance sensors for damage detection and structural health monitoring.  Dr Lynch has been awarded the 2005 ONR Young Investigator Award, 2009 NSF CAREER Award, 2009 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), 2012 ASCE EMI Leonardo da Vinci Award and 2014 ASCE Huber Award.

Best Paper Awards

We are delighted to announce that the following papers have been selected for a Best Paper Award

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Modelling and evaluation of multi-vector energy networks in Smart Cities
Edward O'Dwyer1, Indranil Pan1, Salvador Acha1, Shaun Gibbons2, Nilay Shah1  1Imperial College London, United Kingdom; 2Greater London Authority, United Kingdom

On the derivation of rail roughness spectra from axle-box vibration: development of a new technique
Tobias D Carrigan, Paul RA Fidler, James P TalbotGCG_logo_name.jpg
Cambridge University Engineering Department, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Distributed fiber optic sensing on a large tunnel construction site: Increased safety, more efficient construction and basis for condition-based maintenanceGCG_logo_name.jpg
Werner Lienhart, Christoph Monsberger, Ferdinand Klug, Fabian Buchmayer
TU Graz, Austria

 

 

ICSIC 2019

The 2019 International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction (ICSIC) was held from 8 - 10 July and brought together world-leading academics and practitioners from the fields of infrastructure planning, asset management and sensing. The unique combination of fields and disciplines focused on the power of smarter information and provided opportunities to confront persistent barriers and develop novel, proactive solutions. 

ICSIC 2019 was organised by the Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC).

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