Making critical infrastructure system more robust and resilient
FRS Researcher Dr Zhang Xing publishes 'Delay discounting, genetic sensitivity, and leukocyte telomere length' in Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, USA
Prof Didier Sornette and Dr Spencer Wheatley, D-MTEC and researcher at the University of Sussex carried out the biggest-ever statistical analysis of historical nuclear accidents.
Prof Hans Heinimann spoke at the ‘Strengthening the Physical City’ session at the World Cities Summit
FRS's first international conference seeks to forge and further develop the concept of infrastructure resiilence
Pop-up Social Science Lab Current experiment aims to make energy demand more sustaible and resilient
How Monitoring Influences Trust Effects of monitoring and managerial implications published.
Optimal Meeting Scheduling in Smart Commercial Building Tackling energy cost reduction through meeting scheduling.
A Rethink of Nuclear Risk Assessment Prof Sornette publishes biggest-ever statistical analysis of historical nuclear accidents.
International Conference on Infrastructure Resilience 14-16 Feb 2018 | Save the date for the inaugural conference!
Methods for Modelling Multi-peril Risks 24 Nov 2016 | Possible approaches to model and assess multi-hazard risks.
Integrated Assessment of Energy Systems 2 Nov 2016 | Dr Stefan Hirschberg on approaches, applications & insights
The Human Element in Resilience Assessment 28 Oct 2016 | Potentials, challenges, and a proposed way forward.