We appointed Arup to host a Joint Programme for Resilience Engineering (JPRE) which aims to improve resilience within and between critical infrastructure sectors globally. This is an opportunity to accelerate the resilience shift by promoting resilience engineering as a new approach that challenges old paradigms.
This is the first call in a series of thematic calls for research proposals, aimed at supporting our agenda setting. The studies for this call will map the pathways from where engineering practice for resilience is today (baselining) and the key gaps. The studies will be drawn together to create a roadmap from current practice to where we want to be in 2021.
For more details click this link to download the scoping document for information on the goals, guidelines, submission process, proposed budget, eligibility, and selection process of the call for proposals.
Closing date for applications: 10 February 2017.
For additional information on the different thematic areas of the call, please check this document.
Should you have any questions about the call, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are not interested in this particular call but you remain interested in the topic, the JPRE would like to hear from you too.
We also invite you to join the JPRE LinkedIn group in which you are encouraged to share ideas about this call for proposals and resilience engineering.