The candidate may have any background in civil and/or structural engineering and will have an understanding of digital data and value of digital twins, and how to process data using streamlined Artificial Intelligence methods for solving engineering problems. The main scope of this PhD is to update advanced FE models based on data obtained from disparate sources e.g. digital twins, point clouds and/or other forensic evidence, obtained for example from inspections, to improve the predictive capacity of models of transport assets and/or networks, such as bridges, roads and/or railways in support of resilience-based decision making. These models will enable condition prediction and probability of failure for different hazard scenarios, e.g. climate projects and/or anthropogenic stressors, such as explosions as a result of terror attacks and similar types of hostility attacks. The research will deliver a toolkit for classifying assets based on their performance and ultimately facilitate decision-making in view of the asset accelerated deterioration due to climate chance and High Intensity Low Probability events.