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ITRC-MISTRAL contributions to the ISNGI conference 2017

Oct 2, 2017

11–13 September 2017, London

The International Symposia for Next Generation Infrastructure (ISNGI) meeting in 2017 brought together a global community of infrastructure academics, policy and industry professionals. The event aimed to share progress, knowledge and new thinking, and a number of ITRC-MISTRAL’s researchers presented their work. Some of these are shown below. All presentations made at the ISNGI event are available to download.

Delivering the ‘modelled world’ of infrastructure

Prof Jim Hall, University of Oxford

Designing a road traffic model for the cross-sectoral analysis of future national infrastructure

Milan Lovrić, Simon Blainey & John Preston, University of Southampton

Next generation infrastructure modelling for next generation infrastructure decision support

Dr Will Usher & Prof Jim Hall, University of Oxford

SWIMS: a dynamic optimisation and decision support tool for solid waste management

Dr Keiron Roberts, Dr Anne Stringfellow, Geoff Watson & Prof William Powrie

NISMOD-DB++: A next generation spatiotemporal database framework for infrastructure systems analytics and modelling

Stuart Barr, Craig Robson, Maria Pregnolato & Qingyuan Ji, Newcastle University

System-of-systems infrastructure modelling to support national sustainable development outcomes

Scott Thacker, Jim W. Hall, Tom Russell, Raghav Pant, Jade Leung, Elco Koks, University of Oxford

Challenges in space and time: coupling models of next generation infrastructure

Will Usher & Tom Russell, University of Oxford

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