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Future Infrastructure Forum


Møller Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge

The EPSRC has kindly extended this Network Grant to allow this additional Forum to be held. The aims of this forum are to:-

  1. Establish new or strengthen existing collaborations between academics and industrial partners to produce new, high quality research proposals for preparation for submission to EPSRC in the forthcoming months, building upon the key challenges identified at previous fora.
  2. Provide feedback on the 3 proposals that were successful in the recent EPSRC call in Ground & Structural Engineering.
  3. Provide feedback from EPSRC on the outcomes of this previous call > and an update of EPSRC’s current priorities in civil engineering.
  4. Update on new research initiatives in civil engineering including the TSB Future Cities and Transport catapults.
  5. Explore other funding opportunities, in particular via EU programmes.

As with previous Fora, there is no charge to attend this event. University delegates may claim back their reasonable travel and subsistence expenses. Accommodation expenses for industry partners will also be covered.


Agenda FIF5 v2 - 14.58 26mar13.xls
Churchill College Vistors Map Colour.pdf

Wednesday, 27 March, 2013 - 09:00 to Thursday, 28 March, 2013 - 13:00
Contact name: 
Lesley Bello
Contact phone: 
+44 1223 332726
Event location: 
Churchill College, Cambridge

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