Research Links

Large parts of the research within the Research Unit 1736 "UCaHS" required collaborative, coherent, and thus co-ordinated efforts between two, multiple or all partners. Each sub-project was associated to a Research Module. Collaborative research taking place within individual Research Modules or the entire Research Unit was organised into Research Links and Clusters

Collaboration within Research Links (RL)
    Research Modules
410a Atmospheric processes, urban/building green and pavements 1.1 1.2 4.1  
410b Linkages between indoor heat-stress hazard and vulnerability 2.1 3.2
420a Urban climate and building energy demands 1.2 4.2 4.3  
420b Indoor heat stress in hospitals, variation of indoor climate for patients 2.1 3.1    
430 Simulation-based design for rooms and buildings for reducing heat-stress risks 2.2 4.2 4.3  
440 Prospective active A/C-solutions and building design 2.2 4.2 4.3  
450 Actions for hospital architecture for reducing heat-stress risks* 3.1 4.2    
460 Requirements and efficiency of modified building design* 4.2 5.1    
470 Political and societal influences on vulnerability to heat stress 3.2 5.1    
480 Specific vulnerable groups 3.2 5.2    
490 Urban climate projections 1.1 1.2 5.1 5.2
* was not implemented

Quick Contact

Speaker:
Prof. Dr. Dieter Scherer (TUB)
Co-Speaker:
Prof. Dr. Tobia Lakes (HUB)
Coordination:
Dr. Ute Fehrenbach (TUB)
Dr. Fred Meier (TUB)
 

News

Map of our observations:

UCaHS Observation Network
Latest Publication:
Donner, J., Sprondel, N. F. and J. Köppel (2017): Climate Change Adaptation to Heat Risk at the Local Level: A Bayesian Network Analysis of Local Land-Use Plan Implementation. Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management, 19 (2).
Follow-on projects:
Heat waves in Berlin, Germany – Urban climate modifications

BMBF Programme Urban Climate Under Change