Symposium – Challenges in Applied Human Biometeorology (March 2 & 3, 2020)

2019-08-01 in Meetings

The call for abstracts is open for the upcoming “Symposium on Challenges in Applied Human Biometeorology”, which will take place at Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg in Germany on March 2 and 3, 2020.

There are several themes covered that directly link to urban thermal comfort, heat stress, planning and climate adaptation in cities. Further the symposium aims to include aspects of crowdsourcing, big data, and observational systems in urban human biometeorology. The aim of the symposium is to setup and scout new directions and possibilities for future research and applications. The conference ist organised the Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg in collaboration with the German Meteorological Service (DWD), and the Society for the Promotion of Human Biometeorological Research in Germany.

Deadline for Abstract Submission is November 15, 2019.

Conference topics:

  • Weather, climate, climate change and health
  • Urban and indoor bioclimates
  • Climate and tourism, Recreational climatology
  • Heat health warnings and decision support systems
  • Human biometeorological modelling at different scales
  • Human biometeorological methods and models
  • Planning and climate adaptation for future bioclimates
  • Crowdsourcing, big data, and observational systems in human biometeorology

Registration

Registration fee is €75. Registration under:
https://www.medizin-meteorologie.de/index.php/16-register

Organizers

  • Research Centre Human Biometeorology, German Meteorological Service, (DWD), Freiburg, Germany
  • Chair of Environmental Meteorology, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany
  • Society for the Promotion of Human Biometeorological Research in Germany

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