Our 2018 Annual Symposium at Cranfield is fast approaching and something we are all looking forward to. We are now at ‘peak DREAM’ as we say, and will have a fantastic turnout from students with presentation and poster of all the research underway. We are planning to have a number […]
DREAM PhD student Hannah Budnitz was able to attended the recent 50th Annual University Transport Studies Group conference at University College London on 3-5 January, 2018. The conference offers senior academics and researchers of all levels a chance to present papers on both completed research and work in progress, and […]
The 2017 DREAM Challenge Week is now underway, hosted by the University of Birmingham. The DREAM students are challenged to determine how best to manage the strategies, priorities and communication of flood defence measures in the East Anglian region (the counties of Norfolk, Essex and Suffolk). Flooding is a most […]
DREAM PhD researcher Matthew North has had a new paper published in the Journal Remote Sensing. Entitled, ‘Monitoring the Response of Roads and Railways to Seasonal Soil Movement with Persistent Scatterers Interferometry over Six UK Sites’, the publication provides an evaluation of the demonstrates the viability of Persistent Scatterers Interferometry […]
DREAM have now offered positions for seven new National Productivity Investment Fund places, with the recipients to join the DREAM research community in October 2017. The projects are aligned with the Government’s Industrial Strategy and the requirement to underpin growth, productivity and re-balancing of the national economy, within the context […]
DREAM doctoral researcher Charles Mazivanhanga, and supervisory team from Cranfield University, paid a visit to the University of Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco (UJAT) to present a seminar entitled “Water Hazard Assessment in Tropical Areas”, based on the state-of-art research methods underway, the presentation provided an overview of the preliminary findings […]
Dream researcher Hannah Budnitz presented elements of her research at the 4th Smart Urban Policy Futures Workshop at the University of Greenwich, 14th July 2017, as part of a session on big data use in transport futures.
Dream researcher Miles Clement gave an oral presentation at the Newcastle University School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences annual postgraduate conference (5th July 2017). Miles was awarded prize for best presentation.
We are delighted to report that a paper presented by DREAM Doctoral researcher Milan Gritta, “Vancouver Welcomes You!“, was judged OUTSTANDING at the top international conference, ACL 2017. ACL, or the Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, is the premier conference of the field of computational linguistics, covering […]
DREAM PhD researcher Al Rumson has had a new paper published in the Journal Marine Policy. Entitled, ‘Coastal risk adaptation: the potential role of accessible geospatial Big Data’, the publication provides an evaluation of the benefits modern Big Data techniques offer to coastal management, highlighting the need for the inclusion […]