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An Engineering PhD alumnus Dr Bella Nguyen investigated how to detect and prevent bridge strikes, the results of which were the subject of a recent study for Transport for London (TfL), published... more

The CIT Lab congratulates two teams of Cambridge Engineering students, which were assembled by Dr. Ioannis Brilakis, and achieved second and ninth place in the first phase of a global construction... more

A conference paper titled "Minimising misclassification of over-height vehicles due to wind" and authored by PhD student Bella Nguyen and Dr Ioannis Brilakis ranked among the top 9 papers of the... more

On Thursday 30th March the Construction Engineering Masters debate was held in the Cambridge Union's debating chamber. Six students, with the support of their classmates and coached by Dr. Ioannis... more

The CIT lab congratulates Eva Agapaki, on receiving the award for the Best "Rising Star" poster at the 4th Oxbridge Women in Computer Science Conference, held on 16 March 2017 at the Mathematical... more

Engineers will soon be able to visualize Building Information Models (BIMs) in full scale at their offices or superimposed on the real structure at construction sites, thanks to technology... more

The CIT lab has excelled at the ICCCBE 2016. Our group published five papers and two of the students, Ioannis Anagnostopoulos and Steven Vick, won the Best Student Paper award and the Best Student... more

Lean & Computing in Construction Congress (LC3) 2017 invites researchers and industry practicioners to submit papers. It is a unique Construction Congress, comprised of three co-located... more

@CIT_Cambridge featured prominently in Cambridge news report on the new James Dyson building at CUED. You can find the video here.

Cambridge CIT lab is pleased to announce a research partnership with Trimble Navigation Limited. Trimble has been developing technologies, for the construction industry, closely aligned with the... more