Dr. Rui Teixeira will be hosting a Mini-Symposium at ICASP14, that will be held in Dublin, Ireland in 2023.

The CCIR member, Dr. Rui Teixeira, will be hosting a Mini-Symposium (MS) session, MS7, that will address “Risk, Reliability and Resilience of Complex Systems” and will be a space for researchers in the fields of risk, reliability, and resilience of complex systems to present their recent advancements and exchange their ideas. We will be looking at approaches to study and model complex systems, their description, and ways to handle complexity, such as emergent behaviour or lack of correspondence between cause-effect. More details on it can be found in:


Please feel free to check it, and of course, to join the hosts there. Submissions are currently open, and due by the end of August.

For more information about the conference, including the submission procedure and important dates, please visit the conference website at: https://icasp14.com/

Shane Donohue

Director of the Centre for Critical Infrastructure Research (CCIR) I graduated from UCD with a PhD in Geotechnical Engineering (2006). Following this, I was awarded the Pierse Newman Fellowship for Civil Engineering and worked for a number of years as a research fellow in UCD, where my primary research focus centred on field and laboratory characterisation of soils for engineering purposes. In 2008, I was awarded an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA Ireland) STRIVE research fellowship, and during this time I was also appointed President of the Geophysical Association of Ireland (GAI). I was appointed to the position of Lecturer in Civil Engineering at the University of Bath in 2011 and subsequently to the position Senior Lecturer in Queens University Belfast. I joined UCD as an Associate Professor in Geotechnical Engineering in 2018.

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