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Digital Engineering and Decarbonisation Seminar



Register Digital Engineering and Decarbonisation Seminar

Friday 10 June 2022, 12.00pm - 13.00pm.

Digital Engineering has huge potential to make headway toward the UK government’s 2050 net-zero targets.  IC3 and Northumbria University are holding an online seminar on Digital Engineering and Decarbonization: What are the key aspects we need to be aware of regarding decarbonisation? How can a digital approach help?

This seminar will be held from 12:00pm – 13:00pm on the 10th of June, led by Dr. Barry Gledson Associate Professor of Construction Project Management at Northumbria University, alongside a panel including:

  • Dr.Marzia Bolpagni, Associate Director at Mace and Visiting Professor at Northumbria University

  • Alan Waha, Head of Digital Transformation at BuroHappold

  • And a great team from Arup: Oliver Smith, Geospatial Consultant; Anna Lawson, Senior Energy Consultant; and Jamie Pendle, Senior Engineer.


The audience will include both students from the Mechanical and Construction Engineering Department at Northumbria University as well as open internationally to industry professionals.

The attendees will have the unique opportunity to meet industry leaders, enlarge their network and learn from them. Not forgetting a chance to get your questions answered during a live Q&A session.

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