Geohazards and Earth Processes Research Group
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The safety and reliability of our critical infrastructure and its complex systems are vital to our modern society, particularly in the transport, energy production and distribution, utilities and communications sectors.

Our multi-disciplinary group is dedicated to conducting research into developing mathematical modelling techniques to predict ways of improving the design, maintenance, and operation of engineering systems in order to reduce the frequency and consequences of failure.

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Risk and Resilience

 
 

We also focus on improving the resilience of engineering systems to a broad range of disruptive events, from hazardous system failures, to natural and manmade disasters, ensuring adequate defences against their consequences, management of the disruptive event, and the rapid restoration of system functionality.


 Research

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Flooding and Drainage

 

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Landslides and Land Slipping

 
 

 

 

Geohazards and Earth Processes

Nottingham Geospatial Building
Jubilee Campus
The University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2TU


telephone: +44 (0) 115 95 15445
email:GEP@nottingham.ac.uk