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ISNGI 2022 provides a platform for infrastructure systems research and practice, especially for radical transdisciplinary research which contributes to a system-of-systems view. In addition to showcasing academic research results, ISNGI 2022 offers ample room for interaction, for dialogue, for exchanging knowledge and experience across disciplines, across infrastructure sectors and across national borders. ISNGI is the place where science and practice come together, and collectively inform strategies to meet the next generation infrastructure challenges.




Welcome to Rotterdam: a young, dynamic metropolis in continuous and rapid renewing itself. A city with sparkling skyscrapers, a world-class port, famous museums, awesome festivals, trendy restaurants and fabulous food markets – each the product of Rotterdammers and their celebrated “can-do” mentality.

Experience the city’s many extraordinary attractions and tours – by bike, bus, boat or on foot – and you’ll see why Rotterdam’ was voted one of the world’s top ten cities in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2016.



United Nations Smart cities programme

Special envoy wateraffairs

Chair of the Dutch Research Council (NWO)

Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management

CEO – Port of Rotterdam

CEO Schiphol Group

Sarah Marie Hall is a Reader in Human Geography and UKRI Future Leaders […]

Michael Havbro Faber is Professor in Risk Informed Decision Support for Structures at […]

Jochen Monstadt holds the Chair of Governance of Urban Transitions at the Department […]

Stéphane Hallegatte is the lead economist of the World Bank Climate Change Group. […]

Lord Toby Harris was made a Life Peer in June 1998 and has […]

Dr Kwami has worked on infrastructure, health and tech projects in countries in […]

John is a partner in Beckford Consulting, Visiting Professor in the Department of […]

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Wollongong 2013
Vienna 2014
Washington 2015
Wollongong 2016
London 2017
Buenos Aires 2019

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