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"Beating the Heat" Conference 2022


vonroll, bern

Situated within the field of urban climate and related disciplines, the conference will not only offer an opportunity to present findings from past and on-going research projects, but also aims at providing a platform to network and strengthen the exchange of the Swiss research and service community focussing on the multifaceted interactions between cities, climate (change), and human health.

"Beating the Heat" Conference 2022
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Contributions are sought on all aspects of urban heat, from measurement approaches to modelling and simulation studies, to research on human health impacts and mitigation measures. Interdisciplinary contributions and contributions from young researchers are particularly sought.

Registration and Abstract Submission

The conference is free of charge and registration is required: here. The conference is planned to be held in person. Please note that a valid COVID-certificate might be required by all attendants and checked at the registration desk.
Abstracts must be submitted online: here.


Deadline for abstract submissions: 24 July 2022
Notification for acceptance of submissions/form of presentation: 7 August 2022
Deadline for registration: 28 August 2022
Languages: English