THINKlab asked to guest edit a special issue of international Sustainability journal, 'Sustainability of Post-Disaster Recovery'.
We are delighted that our MOBILSIE project and stakeholder collaboration has featured in a recent Ordnance Survey article which discusses building resilience to respond to extreme weather events.
Dr Kaushal Keraminiyage attends the ‘Sixth Global Summit of Research Institutes for Disaster Risk Reduction’
THINKlab Associate, Dr. Keraminiyage, invited to the ‘Sixth Global Summit of Research Institutes for Disaster Risk Reduction’ in Kyoto, Japan.
Research Fellowship at the University of Salford to Conduct Frontier Research in Complex Urban Systems.
We are seeking applications from candidates to develop a programme of work in the area of complex systems within the THINKlab and the newly formed Research Centre for Resilient and Smart Cities, in the School of Science, Engineering and Environment at the University of Salford. You will be expected to conduct ‘frontier’ research to understand the
Novel Digital Toolset for Supporting Community engagement to strengthen disaster resilience in Salford
The University of Salford's THINKlab is delighted to be working with the Greater Manchester Resilience Forum (GMRF) to explore new ways of using technology to engage practitioners and the public in understanding climate-induced disaster risks in Greater Manchester.
THINKlab to pilot advanced digital solutions as part of Program for Asia Resilience to Climate Change
The University of Salford's THINKlab is working in the Kalutara District, Sri Lanka to pilot the MOBILISE digital platform and help to build climate resilience and community-based early warnings systems.
THINKlab and the School of Health develop a new high-tech project to help patients with dysfunctional breathing
THINKlab is working with the School of Health on a new high-tech project called OptiMuscle, which will help treat patients with dysfunctional breathing.
The University of Salford’sa THINKlab has received a prestigious Epic MegaGrant from Epic Games to develop their innovative UE4-powered 4D simulation product for rail track renewal programmes.
As part of the COP26 programme of events, the Director of THINKlab, Professor Terrence Fernando, talks about some of the current projects which support Monday 8 November and the theme: Adaptation, Loss and Damage.
THINKlab support RSPB and Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to build resilient habitats and deliver a nature-based solution for a local community at risk of flooding
The THINKlab is working with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) and the Arnside and Silverdale AONB on the Warton Mires Partnership project to help provide a nature-based solution, build resilience for a local community and reverse the fortunes of declining wildlife.