Upcoming event:‘Complex Infrastructure Systems’ Thurs 21st Jan #Manchester

Free event, no booking required. Tyndall seminars almost always v. interesting!!

Tyndall Manchester would like to invite you to attend the next talk in our seminar series ‘Complex Infrastructure Systems: science and practice’ by Professor Liz Varga, on Thursday 21st January (room C1, George Begg Building, Sackville Street) at 4.00pm.

Complex Infrastructure Systems: Science and Practice

Professor Liz Varga, Cranfield University (biography attached)

Infrastructure systems embrace not only the disciplinary fields of energy, water and waste, transport, and telecommunications, but also the inter-connections between these systems, and the systems which they depend on and which depend on them, including the environment and the climate.  The whole is a complex ecosystem of innovation, co-evolution and opportunity but the darker side involves issues of definition and pluralism, measures and beneficiaries, interdependency and resilience, and methods for science and practice.  This seminar takes a broad overview of complex infrastructure systems, and elaborates on the perspective using a number of research project examples.

The seminar will take place in room C1, in the George Begg Building on Sackville Street– number 17 on the map here-  http://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/maps/interactive-map/?id=14


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