New journal from ICE: Smart Infrastructure and Construction

In March 2017, ICE's new journal, Smart Infrastructure and Construction, is launching as part of its Proceedings series

Smart infrastructure means finding greater efficiency, economy, adaptability and sustainability in how it is delivered and operated.
Smart infrastructure means finding greater efficiency, economy, adaptability and sustainability in how it is delivered and operated.
Smart Infrastructure journal
Smart Infrastructure and Construction. Volume 1, Issue 1

The journal will appear quarterly in a digital-only format and will provide free access to its content throughout 2017 and 2018 to allow for the widest dissemination of its findings.

Contributions to the inaugural issues of Smart Infrastructure and Construction are welcome. If you would like more information about the journal or would like to view a list of suggested topics, please visit the virtual library website.

In March 2017, ICE's new journal, Smart Infrastructure and Construction, is launching as part of its Proceedings series.

Smart Infrastructure and Construction will be co-edited by Dr Jennifer Schooling, Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction, University of Cambridge, UK and Professor Kenichi Soga, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, USA.

Smart Infrastructure and Construction will provide a learned forum for documenting changes caused by the global adoption of emerging digital technology in the design, construction and management of infrastructure assets. These radical changes will lead to greater efficiency, economy, adaptability and sustainability in the way our infrastructure is delivered and operated.

Working in collaboration with the Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CCSIC), the journal will publish original research papers, briefings, discussions and reviews.

The journal will appear quarterly in a digital-only format and will provide free access to its content throughout 2017 and 2018 to allow for the widest dissemination of its findings.

Contributions to the inaugural issues of Smart Infrastructure and Construction are welcome. If you would like more information about the journal or would like to view a list of suggested topics, please visit the virtual library website.

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