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Read more at: Women in engineering spotlight

Women in engineering spotlight

23 June 2022

To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day , we asked Rachel Blair Winkler and Rebecca Bleeze, women engineers and current Construction Engineering Masters (CEM) students, to share their incredible work and some enlightening stories about their career paths in a traditionally male-dominated industry.


Read more at: Job opening: DRF Senior Project Manager

Job opening: DRF Senior Project Manager

21 June 2022

Are you interested in becoming a Senior Project Manager at the University of Cambridge? We are seeking an experienced Senior Project Manager who will be responsible for providing high-level project management and support to the Future Roads Fellowships project (FUTUREROADS) as part of the Digital Roads of the Future (DRF)...


Read more at: Open position for a Senior Research Associate in Digital Twins (Fixed Term)

Open position for a Senior Research Associate in Digital Twins (Fixed Term)

16 June 2022

Applications are invited for a Senior Research Associate in Digital Twins in the Department of Engineering, to work on the Digital Roads of the Future (DRF) initiative. The key responsibilities and duties are to provide technical leadership and coordination to the DRF initiative via research advancement in Digital Twins...


Read more at: Tercia Jansen van Vuuren to discuss The carbon landscape at CIRIA webinar

Tercia Jansen van Vuuren to discuss The carbon landscape at CIRIA webinar

22 April 2022

Research Associate Tercia Jansen van Vuuren will be discussing 'The carbon landscape - a tool to navigate the complexity’ as part of CIRIA webinar Adoption of low-carbon approaches in construction on Tuesday 26 April. About the webinar Achieving Net Zero Carbon (NZC) in the construction sector is a significant challenge...


Read more at: Mapping the landscape of decarbonising construction

Mapping the landscape of decarbonising construction

19 April 2022

The construction sector has a fundamental role in providing the infrastructure needed for society to thrive and ensuring that development responds to the challenge of climate change by reducing carbon emissions, ensuring resilience, and adapting to changing conditions.


Read more at: Supporting industry to realise the benefits of a collaborative approach to procurement

Supporting industry to realise the benefits of a collaborative approach to procurement

1 April 2022

In partnership with the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) , Construction Innovation Hub and King's College London's Centre of Construction Law , we are pleased to announce the launch of a White Paper and a multi-party ‘Integrated Information Management Contract’ (‘IIMC’) which aims to support the industry to realise...


Read more at: Mapping the landscape of research into decarbonising the built environment at Cambridge

Mapping the landscape of research into decarbonising the built environment at Cambridge

7 March 2022

Tercia Jansen van Vuuren from the Laing O’Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering and Technology has created an interactive map that provides a visual representation of current research into decarbonisation of the built environment at the University of Cambridge. This map highlights the broad spectrum of topics and...


Read more at: Job opening: Laing O'Rourke Assistant/Associate Professor in Construction Engineering
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Job opening: Laing O'Rourke Assistant/Associate Professor in Construction Engineering

24 February 2022

Would you like to be part of a world-leading academic institution to help shape and transform the construction sector? Applications are invited for a Laing O'Rourke Assistant/Associate Professor of Construction Engineering. The successful candidate will join the Engineering Department's Laing O'Rourke Centre for...


Read more at: Call for research proposals to the Trimble Fund for 2021/2022
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Call for research proposals to the Trimble Fund for 2021/2022

24 February 2022

Applications are invited from within the University of Cambridge for research funds of up to £50k to be spent during 2022 on research areas relevant to Trimble Inc . Areas of interest to Trimble include construction, logistics, operations, sensing and sustainability. Applications should be sent to centre.manager@...


Read more at: Applications for the Construction Engineering Masters Programme now open for 2022 entry
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Applications for the Construction Engineering Masters Programme now open for 2022 entry

31 January 2022

Applications are now open for the University’s 2022 Construction Engineering Masters (CEM) programme. This multidisciplinary programme focuses on educating and inspiring emerging leaders to help them effect change in the construction sector. The programme is designed to enhance students’ skills, confidence and sector-wide...


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