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                                    2020 Small Call winners announced

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                                    We are pleased to announce our 2020 feasibility Studies winners.

                                    We are pleased to announce our 2020 feasibility Studies winners.

                                    2020 Small Call winners announced

                                    Earlier this year the Centre for Systems Engineering and Innovation announced seed-funding for feasibility studies (£5-10k) to encourage research that uses a systems approach to cities and infrastructure and/or to the transformation of construction.

                                    At a time when we are experiencing systems shock, the small projects were encouraged to focus on the following themes and topics:

                                    • Anti-fragility in civil infrastructures that support society
                                      Stable and robust infrastructures for a resilient society
                                    • Circular economy and sustainable manufacturing for construction
                                    • Innovation ecosystems for digital and/or low carbon solutions
                                    • Innovation and transition pathways (e.g. new forms of transport or future cities)

                                    Potential applicant’s were then invited to attend our feasibility study workshop, 20 April 2020. Attended by industry and CSEI associated faculty the workshop helped shape feasibility studies to CSEI vision, aims and industry priorities.  

                                    Proposals were be ranked in relation to their scope/objectives, methods/work-plan, potential industry impact, added value, overall costs and follow-on plans.

                                    We are pleased to announce our 2020 feasibility Studies winners.

                                    Title of project: A Framework for Assessing Public Occupancy Risk in Buildings
                                    Principal Investigator: Georgia Bateman 
                                    Co-Investigator(s): Dr Arnab Majumdar 

                                    Title of project: System-wide Technology Policy Mapping for low carbon buildings (SysTeM).  Principal Investigator: Rupert J. Myers (RJM).
                                    Co-Investigator(s): Mohit Arora (MA).

                                    Title of project: Identifying eco-innovation in the building retrofit sector using Patent mining and analysis
                                    Principal Investigator: Dr Kate Simpson
                                    Co-Investigator(s) Dr Pelin Demirel, Dr Luigi Mosca and Haoyu Zuo, Dyson School of Design Engineering, Centre for Systems Engineering and Innovation, Visiting Researchers to The Alan Turing Institute, *Prof Peter Childs, PhD supervisor to Haoyu & project lead to Kate, will engage and share expertise k

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                                    Tim Gordon

                                    Tim Gordon
                                    Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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                                    Tel: +44 (0)20 7594 5031
                                    Email: t.gordon@imperial.ac.uk

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