Dr Craig Robson
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Employed as a research assistant since January 2015 within the Geomatics department of the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at Newcastle University. I am also completing a PhD which I started in 2011 within the department which is focused on the resilience of critical spatial infrastructures to geographic hazards. This proceeded graduating from the GIS (Geographic Information Science) degree within the department in the summer of 2011. My current work is funded by ITRC where I am involved the development of a set of dissemination tools for the first national systems-of-systems infrastructure analysis framework.
BSc Hons Geographic Information Science - 1st class with Hons. - University of Newcastle upon Tyne (2011)
GISRUK 2015 best paper - Robson C, Barr SL, James P, Ford A. “Spatially modelling dependent infrastructure networks”. In: GISRUK. 2015, Leeds, UK.
The research assistant work on the ITRC project is towards the development of visualisation tools for a national scale systems-of-systems framework and analysis tool. This is due to finish in November 2015.
Title: The robustness of hierarchical critical spatial infrastructure networks. (submitted for examination July 2016)
Network visualisation methods for displaying the effects of hazards on spatial networks.
- Barr SL, Alderson D, Robson C, Otto A, Hall J, Thacker S, Pant R. A National Scale Infrastructure Database and Modelling Environment for the UK. In: International Symposium for Next Generation Infrastructure. 2013, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia.
- Barr SL, Holderness T, Alderson D, Robson C, Ford A. An open source relational database schema and system for the analysis of large scale spatially interdependent infrastructure networks. In: 4th Open Source GIS Conference (OSGIS), 2012. 2012, University of Nottingham: Nottingham Geospatial Institute.
- Alderson D, Robson C, Holderness T, Barr SL, Ford A. An open source spatial database schema and interface for the storage, representation and analysis of interdependent infrastructure networks. In: ITRC Early Career Researchers Conference: Infrastructure Delivery in an Uncertain Future. 2012, Clare College, Cambridge, UK: Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium UK (ITRC).
- Pregnolato M, Ford A, Robson C, Glenis V, Barr S, Dawson RJ. Assessing urban strategies for reducing the impacts of extreme weather on infrastructure networks. Royal Society Open Science 2016, 3(5), 160023.
- Barr S, Alderson D, Ives MC, Robson C. Database, simulaation modelling and visualisation for national infrastructure. In: Hall, Jim W.; Tran, Martino; Hickford, Adrian J.; Nicholls, Robert J, ed. The Future of National Infrastructure: A System-of-Systems Approach. Cambridge University Press, 2016.