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International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction (ICSIC)

Robinson College, Cambridge: 27 - 29 June 2016

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Topics

The scope for research papers is deliberately broad, and submissions are encouraged in any discipline or subject area relevant to the Conference themes. Key themes are below.

Cities - The role of planning in resilience and adaptability of the urban environment; how investment in infrastructure creates societal value and promotes economic development.

  • How urban activity sensing adds value
  • Interpretation and modelling with smarter data
  • City-scale infrastructure transformation – case studies   


Assets - Whole life approaches to asset management; futureproofing considerations for infrastructure asset management.

  • Whole-life cost and value optimization
  • Value-based infrastructure asset management
  • Investment in infrastructure
  • Infrastructure maintenance and renewal
  • Futureproofing of infrastructure assets and systems
  • Case studies


Sensors - How better information can inform flexible design, improved resilience and life extension; the role of sensing in performance-based design and condition-based maintenance.

  • Novel sensor and monitoring systems
  • New data interpretation methods for design and maintenance
  • Case studies demonstrating the value of sensing for engineering decision making

ICSIC 2016 is organised by the Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction

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The Committee thank the sponsors and exhibitors for their support. Sponsored by Costain, CH2M and Assetscape.

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