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Celebrating Women in Research

We celebrate our women in research at the Future Cities Laboratory and Future Resilient Systems on the occasion of International Women's Day. Read more 


FRS Pop-Up Social Science Lab

Public good games are set up in a pop-up lab in an experiment to determine strategies for energy savings, aimed at making energy demand more sustainable and resilient. Read more 


Optimal Meeting Scheduling in Smart Commercial Building for Energy Cost Reduction

This paper aimed at minimising energy consumption for air-conditioning and achieving more balanced power distribution is now published in IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid. Read more 


New publication: How Monitoring Influences Trust

The authors discuss the managerial implications of the results for designing and implementing monitoring systems. Read more 


International Conference on Infrastructure Resilience

14-16 Feb 2018 | Resilience is still an emerging concept today, and the FRS aims to forge and further develop the concept of infrastructure resiilence at this inaugural international conference. Read more 


FRS at the World Cities Summit

12 Jul 2016 | Prof Hans Heinimann spoke at the ‘Strengthening the Physical City’ session of the thematic track: ‘Building Resilient Cities and Communities‘ at the World Cities Summit. Read more 


Biggest statistical analysis of historical nuclear accidents

Prof Dr Didier Sornette and Dr Spencer Wheatley, D-MTEC and a researcher at the University of Sussex, England, have carried out the biggest-ever statistical analysis of historical nuclear accidents. Read more 


FRS Researcher Links Biological Ageing and Impatience

Dr Zhang Xing published 'Delay discounting, genetic sensitivity, and leukocyte telomere length'  in the Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, USA. Read more 


Informational Capital and Disaster Resilience: the Case of Jalin Merapi

FRS researchers published a paper on informational capital in community disaster resilience based on the 2010 eruption of Merapi volcano in Indonesia in Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal . Read more 


Divisive Heuristic for Modularity Density Maximisation

FRS researcher Dr Alberto Costa published a paper on modularity density maximisation as a method of clustering for graphs in Computers & Operations Research . Read more 

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