Congratulations to Professor Al-Tabbaa for the EPSRC funding of the Resilient Materials for Life Programme Grant
Michael Cook, Chairman of Buro Happold and Vice-President of the Board of the Institution of Structural Engineers is the featured speaker for this week's Lunchtime Seminar. His talk is titled “Engineering buildings and cities for people”.
We welcome Chris Broadbent, Director BRE and Managing Director of CEEQUAL who features as speaker on this week's Lunchtime Seminar. His talk is titled “BRE, BREEAM and CEEQUAL for infrastructure”.
This week's Lunchtime Seminar features Michael Evans, Director, Structures Division and Peter Houghton, Market Manager for Civil Infrastructure, both from Trimble. The talk is titled " ‘Trimble – Transforming the way the world works’.
Guest speaker for this week's Lunchtime Seminar is Tim Embley from Costain. His talk is titled "Automating an Industry and Engineering Principles for Consideration".
This week's Lunchtime Seminar features speaker Simon Smith who is a structural engineer and co-founder of Smith and Wallwork. His talk is titled "For the love of engineering - founding and running an engineering design business"
Mott MacDonald will present our first Lunchtime Seminar featuring speakers Dr Francesca Burali D'Arezzo and Bonnie Leung
The next internal round of admissions will close on 31st March 2017. For more information click on the Admissions link below.
Petia presents project on “Tall modular buildings: height limits of stacked steel modules” at the IStructE Young Researcher's Conference
Industry Day 2016 showcased an insight into the MRes year and future research collaborations with industry partners followed by student MRes presentations, done Pecha Kucha style.
FIBE Cohort 2 student Deryck Chan contemplates Italian masonry while attending the Wikimania conference in Italy thanks to Estorick Scholarship from Magdalene College
Cohort 1 student Tim Hillel wins first prize in a competition in the Transferable Skills conference organised by the Civil Engineering Division
The Engineering department in Cambridge University celebrates the opening of the new Dyson Building by Sir James Dyson
Cohort 2 hosts seminar on the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project featuring the project Head of Turbines, Mr Mike Case, as speaker.
CDT Director Dr Janet Lees wins 5-year £1.29 million EPSRC Established Career Fellowship.
FIBE-CDT Industry+ student Ioanna Papanikolaou shortlisted for Best Young Woman in Construction Award.
Welcome to Dr Niamh Gibbons, new Course Leader of FIBE-CDT.
Hannah Baker: Workshop and Safari in South Africa
Hannah Baker wins prize to present her ideas of what cities will be like at the first annual Future Cities conference in July 2016.
Cohort 2 's London Study Tour creates booklet that pays homage to the great buildings that form the unique personality of London today.
The MRes cohort and the Course Director visited London on a study tour on 25 March. On this tour we visited completed buildings, thus providing a counterpart to our earlier site visits in Cambridge where we saw buildings at various stages of construction.
Our students gave their final presentation yesterday as part of their ETECH technology entrepreneurship course. The team worked on smart roads with participation and support from industry on a real technology and business.
The deadline for submitting your application is 30th June 2015.
We held our first desktop study presentation on Thursday 15th January 2015.
Two of our students attended a pilot training course in Technology Management, at the BT International Centre for Business & Technology, at Sunbury on 12th December 2014.