Through its coordinator Valéry MASSON, the URCLIM project and objectives are promoted in the latest issue of the brand new JPI E-Magazine. As a matter of fact, URCLIM is funded out of the JPI Climate initiative. JPI Climate aims at gathering, coordinating and harmonising research practices as well as stimulating innovation in the field of…Continue reading URCLIM is featured in the January 2020 issue of the JPI Climate magazine
The URCLIM Consortium is pleased to share with you its third newsletter! You want to know more about the latest research on thermal discomfort and the way cities are a versatile compendium for climate services? We have some pieces of answer to these interesting topics !
Continue reading: van de vyver – A multiscaling-based intensity-duration-frequency model for extreme precipitation
Air quality in a city boulevard affected by surrounding buildings The Finnish Meteorological Institute and the University of Helsinki have used supercomputers to investigate what kinds of building block structures should be built along future city boulevards planned in Helsinki in order to limit the adverse effects of street traffic emissions on air quality as…Continue reading FOCUS#1: LES modelling in Helsinki – by Antti Hellsten and Mona Kurppa (FMI)
The first issue of URCLIM newsletter is now available in the Newsletter tab ! You will read about the latest achievements of the project !