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Sustainable Infrastructure Systems Centre for Doctoral Training

The Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Infrastructure Systems carries out research in the three key areas of Transport, Water and Energy at the University of Southampton. Based in the Boldrewood Innovation campus and working closely with EPSRC and Industry partners.

Recruitment to the CDT SIS has now closed.

Research in the field of Sustainable Infrastructure for Cities will continue through standard PhD projects funded by UKCRIC, industry and University of Southampton. This Centre of Doctoral Training is based in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences and includes projects relating to infrastructure in and supporting cities and the impact of urban living on the environment. 

We will train future engineers with technical interdisciplinary skills and an understanding of how to make our cities productive, sustainable, resilient and healthy places for people to live. In a training environment based in new facilities at the National Infrastructure Laboratory (University of Southampton) and working in close collaboration with industry, we will produce a cadre of well-networked engineers who will help develop the UK as an innovative, prosperous, and healthy nation.

Please follow the link below to find out more: cdt-sicities.soton.ac.uk

New Forest and Hampshire County Show 2022 – Bringing Research to Life

For the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, the University’s ‘Bringing Research to Life’ Roadshow was successfully back on the road at the New Forest and Hampshire County Show, from Tuesday 26 to Thursday 28 July. Across three days, more than 850 attendees visited the UoS Roadshow marquee to experience science and learn …

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Super Graduation – Celebrating awards in 2020, 2021 & 2022

Congratulations to our CDT SIS graduands and alumni from the class of 2020, 2021 and 2022 who celebrated and received their doctoral awards on 20 to 22 July at the iconic St. Mary’s Stadium. We are very proud of them all and their dedication to their research and engagement with this Centre for Doctoral Training. …

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The Otherwise Good Person

The Otherwise Good Person by Susannah Pal The Crypt Gallery, London 4-7th July 2022   Art exhibition by Susannah Pal exploring the value of framing the challenges of plastic pollution as a moral issue. Featuring 14 works on paper and a five minute animation. Film about the exhibition For five months Susannah collaborated with Professor …

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Tomorrow’s Engineering Research Challenges

EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) have launched a report regarding Tomorrow’s Engineering Research Challenges. CDT SIS PGR Rebecca Presswood was involved in one of the roundtable discussions in Jauary forming part of the consultation for the report, representing PhD students within CDT Sustainable Infrastructure Systems. The consultation also included engineering professionals, early career …

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Future Towns Innovation Hub – Water workshop

Sustainable management of water resources and the aquatic environment in our future towns 29th June 2022 – The Axis Centre, University of Southampton Science Park Future towns are challenged by multiple factors, including population growth and climate change, that threaten the environment and ecosystem services that sustains us. The citizens of our towns are concerned …

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Sea Fishing with Amarisa Weymouth

The CDT have enjoyed several successful sea fishing trips most recently Thursday 19th May 2022 in Weymouth. Paul Kemp led this trip and it involved a day on board a fishing boat off the Dorset coast with Amarisa Fishing http://www.amarisaweymouth.co.uk/.    

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