The EPSRC awards substantially more research funding to the UCL department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering than to any other equivalent department in the UK.Come and find out about the range of exciting postgraduate taught courses you can take with academics who are carrying out some of the most innovative and respected research in their fields.
Meet students and lecturers to find out about our MSc courses in:• CIVIL ENGINEERING• EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING WITH DISASTER MANAGEMENT• ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING• GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE• HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEYING• SURVEYING• TRANSPORT
Latest ResearchStudents and researchers will be presenting demonstrations and posters of current projects, including:• CEGE Bus! We’ve got our own double-decker and will be showing you some of the kit we use as part of our mobility research, including the f-scan system and x-sens motion sensors and members of the Accessibility Research Group will be on hand to talk about their work.• Geomatic Mapping. We’ll be showing some of our cutting edge imaging and mapping software and the team will be presenting posters of their current research.• The latest kit in use by the geomatic imaging team, including ScanStation2, will be on demonstration.• The SpaceTimeLab group will present live simulation and visualisation of traffic congestion in Central London.• The EPICentre group carry out on-site research studying at the impact of earthquakes, come and see before and after images and talk to the researchers about how their work. They’ll also be playing with industrial shaking tables and lego!• MSc Course tutor Chris Wise of Expedition Engineering will be on hand to talk about the award winning engineering projects they have been involved with, including the 2012 Olympic Velodrome.
• Following the Open Day,
interested participants will be accompanied to attend a technical seminar at
the Institution of Structural Engineers where our staff from the MSc Earthquake
Engineering with Disaster Management, will be part of a team discussing a
recent field mission to investigate reconstruction after the L’Aquila 2009,
Italy earthquake. http://www.istructe.org/events/hq/2013/eefit-findings-from-the-return-mission-to-laquill
CareersUCL Careers will be running from 3–5pm in Room G04 of the Chadwick Building. Natalie and Natalia will be available to discuss our industry associations and career opportunities and how we can support you towards achieving your career ambitions.
FundingMarco Federighi, the Vice-Dean (Education) of Engineering Sciences, will be presenting a Q & A session on funding from 2-3pm in Room 217 of the Chadwick Building – he’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have about scholarships or fees.
NetworkingPlease stay and join us for a drink at 5pm.
To register for the day and to be kept up to date on further developments please email Kim Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org