Conference Agenda

All presentations are taking place at 2 pm in the conference room of the RMI.
Ringlaan, 3 - 1180 Brussels (Tel. : 0032 (0)2/373.05.08).

Nobel prize Physics 2021 and climate science

Dr. Bert Van Schaeybroeck

Recent Progress on Mitigation Technologies

Dr. Mattheos Santamouris - University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Using machine learning in geophysical data assimilation (some of the issues and some ideas)

Dr. Alberto Carrassi, from Dept of Physics and Astronomy "Augusto Righi, University of Bologna, Italy

The Meteorology of Urban Heat Islands and Questions to Consider when Developing a Heat Mitigation Plan

Prof. Elie Bou-Zeid - Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University, USA

Open Science: an overview

Dr. Pierre de Buyl

The use of car observations to detect and forecast dangerous road conditions and reduced visibility

Dr. Sylvain WATELET

Numerical modeling and parameterization of slantwise convection

Dr. Ting-Chen CHEN - Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, UQAM (Montreal, Canada)

Simulating tree growth response to climate change in structurally-complex oak and beech stands across Europe

Dr. Louis DE WERGIFOSSE - UCLouvain, Earth and Life Institute

Understanding rainfall variability using climate models over the Ethiopian Highlands


A filter concept for reducing random variation in time series: Procedures, limits, applications

Dr. Simo SPASSOV - RMI@Dourbes

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