Sub-project Overview

Project Title Principal Investigator Institute
Sub-project 1:
Three-Dimensional Monitoring of Atmospheric Processes in Berlin
Technische Universität Berlin
Sub-project 2:
Semi-permanent URBan MOBIle Measurement System coupled to GIS-based land use regression modelling (URBMOBI-GIS)
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Sub-project 3:
Monitoring, measurement and analysis of high-resolved spatio-temporal temperature and relative humidity in 2 m height in Berlin

Freie Universität Berlin
Sub-project 4:
Quantification of turbulent urban surface-atmosphere exchange of size-resolved particles, heat, water vapour and carbon dioxide
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Sub-project 5:
Microsensor measurements for climate-relevant and air pollution parameters at high density spatial scales

Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies
Sub-project 6:
High resolution data of relevant trace species by means of mobile lab investigations for model development as well as for model validation (MOBILAB)

Forschungszentrum Jülich
Sub-project 7:
High-resolution urban wind fields and city-surroundings  exchange processes

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Sub-project 8:
Urban Climatology and Air Pollution in Stuttgart
University of Stuttgart
Sub-project 9:
Cumulative exposition of pedestrians and bikers in an urban environment
Technische Universität Dresden
Sub-project 10:
Meteorological characterization of forcing and urban response for climate model assessment

Universität Hamburg
Sub-project 11:
Measuring and evaluating thermally driven winds and their impact on ventilation and thermal hot spots in cities
German Weather Service
Sub-project 12:
Vertical sounding of meteorological parameters using an octocopter system
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Sub-project 13:
Development of a data-warehouse and verification of the measurement concept by numerical simulations using available models
GEO-NET Environmental Consulting
Sub-project 14:
Evaluation of urban climate models by satellite- and aircraft-based measurements

German Aerospace Center