Lord Heseltine advocates unleashing the power of our cities to support local infrastructure delivery and promote growth. CESER’s integrated cities and infrastructure research programmes are providing urban and national scale tools to help cities, utilties and government deliver growth through sustainable and resilient engineering.
CESER Director Richard Dawson’s work on the Tyndall Centre’s Regional Coastal Simulator has been short listed for the Lloyd’s Science of Risk Prize 2012.
This work quantifies the role of sediments released from cliff erosion in protecting neighbouring low-lying land from flooding. The paper was published by Climatic Change in 2009 and more details can be found here.
The prize winners will be announced later this year.
Managing Infrastructure: what can we learn from the medical experience of trauma?
The SHOCK project invites anyone with experience of working in infrastructure strategy and practice to attend this workshop.
This workshop looks at the experiences of A&E staff in dealing with trauma and unpicks the processes and practices discussed by the individuals from both their everyday and one-off experiences. We will explore a story of infrastructure shock and reflect on this based on the understanding constructed from the medical cases. We will ask you to share your own stories of ‘shock’ to help draw out learning from these different contexts.
The workshop is free to attend and travel expenses can be covered.
When: Monday 26 November, 1-5pm
Where: Bloomsbury Suite, Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ
Register: Email firstname.lastname@example.org