The role of sensing and data in transforming the future of infrastructure | Dr Jennifer Schooling
05 March 2019, 6:30 pm–7:30 pm
Join us for a discussion on sensing systems, data analytics and smart decision-making. Dr Jennifer Schooling will be sharing the work of the Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction.
This event is free.
The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management
Room G.1222 Gordon StreetLondonWC1H 0QB
The role of sensing and data in transforming the future of infrastructure
The increasing sophistication of sensing systems and data analytics has the potential to transform the future of infrastructure.
Work being carried out at the Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction is developing capabilities which will provide a powerful platform for delivering data to enable smarter and more proactive decision-making, both during the construction of new assets and the management of existing infrastructure.
A number of case studies will be described which illustrate how these capabilities are being deployed with industry partners to provide insights into asset behaviour and condition.
The lecture will begin at 18:30 and will be followed by a networking reception from 19:30. Please note that places for this event are limited and seating will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
A live stream of this event will be available on this page from 18:30 on Tuesday 5 March.
About our speaker
Dr Jennifer Schooling is Director of the Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC), at the University of Cambridge. CSIC is an Innovation and Knowledge Centre (IKC) with the specific aim to transform infrastructure through smarter information.
Prior to joining the Centre Jennifer worked for Arup, the global engineering consultancy, for six years. There she led the firm’s Research Business, delivering research strategy development to aid clients in targeting their investments to improve their productivity and competitiveness. During her work managing complex interdisciplinary research projects for clients she developed a strong understanding of the demands placed on our infrastructure and the challenges of extending the design life of existing assets – of which more is being demanded all the time.
Jennifer was also Arup’s Research Relationships Manager for the UK, working with staff and academic partners to develop strong collaborative relationships and managing the firm’s research investments.
Jennifer has a PhD in Materials Science from the University of Cambridge.