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Our events archive includes details of all our lectures and conferences going back over the past year. You can also access our library of recorded events covering a vast range of civil engineering subjects.
How temporary defences work, how organisations can use them, examples of use and suggestions about best practice in emergencies – a...
Exploring how the Internet of Things can offer solutions to flood risk and water scarcity.
This lecture will explore the risks posed by human activity, such as cyber-attacks and terrorism, to London’s core systems.
A lecture on the Fukushima nuclear power plant, the decisions which led to its demise and why the British should be wary.
The Dugald Clerk Lecture is part of ICE’s prestige event series, for the 2017 Lecture Professor Jim Hall will present on resilience...
Understand the background, challenges for industry and long term implications of COP21
With a number of high profile speakers including Keith Clarke CBE, this debate will examine the ability of the UK energy industry to deli...
Jenny Cooke CEng MICE, Senior Asset Engineer (Geotechnics) at Network Rail, will look at the research into how engineers can most effecti...
This year's Vernon Harcourt lecture will take place on Monday 8 February and will cover the topic of marine renewable energy.