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Network - Methodologies for Planning Complex Infrastructure Under Uncertainty

Infrastructure assets are typically capital intensive investments with long lifetimes – they include both single megaprojects, or resource allocation across multiple options for smaller projects. Megaprojects also have public and private stakeholders and take years to develop and build adding to their complexity/uncertainty. These investment decisions are thus intrinsically made under great uncertainty over the future planning horizon.

The next workshop for the network Methodologies for Planning Complex Infrastructure Under Uncertainty.

The network’s second workshop, which will take place at the Alan Turing Institute, in the British Library complex by St Pancras Station, from 1000-1600 on Wed 21 November. This second workshop will take the issues raised in the first network workshop held in Edinburgh in September, and develop a list of key new capabilities which can improve decision making by industry and policymakers, along with suggestions as to the nature of research projects needed to develop these capabilities.

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Wednesday, 21 November, 2018 - 10:00 to 16:00
Contact name: 
Chris Dent
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Event location: 
Alan Turing Institute, London