ISNGI 2022 invites academics, practitioners and governments representatives, to share research, visions and experience in the field of infrastructure. ISNGI 2022 provides a platform for infrastructure systems research and practice, especially for transdisciplinary research which seeks to conceptualize, enact and model an integrative approach and make a system-of-systems view to infrastructure operational. The programme provides for showcasing innovative infrastructure projects and academic research results, and offers ample opportunity for interaction, dialogue and exchange of knowledge and experience across disciplines and across infrastructure sectors. The vision of ISNGI is that professionals from industry, government and academia must collectively inform strategies to successfully meet the next generation infrastructure challenges.
Infrastructure is key to economic welfare and societal wellbeing. Climate change, urbanization and a changing social and geopolitical context are creating new challenges, that call for a new approach to infrastructure planning, design, management and governance. Digitalisation, datafication and other technological innovations help to meet the challenges, but only as a part of the solution. And at the cost of new risks and vulnerabilities.
ISNGI 2022 focuses on three themes: Sustainable and resilient infrastructure, Smart and integrated infrastructure and Societal values and infrastructure governance.
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