Please consider taking a survey on “Understanding the Urban Heat Island Mitigation Strategies and Their Implementation”. The survey was developed by the National Center of Excellence for SMART Innovations at Arizona State University (ASU), with support from the National Asphalt Pavement Association. The survey seeks to obtain information and qualitative perspectives on UHI and proposed mitigation strategies from personnel in industry, academia, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and interested individuals.
The survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete; all the information collected is anonymous, however a summary of findings will be made available upon request.
Please contact Dr. Jose Campillo (email@example.com) or Mr. Chenghao Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information or future inquiries.
Here is the link to the survey
Congratulations to all 25 of our student/postdoc researchers on a job well-done in preparing and delivering your posters at our 2nd annual Urban Climate Research Center poster event on March 27, 2019.
After tallying the judges results, we are pleased to announce the winners as follows:
- Graduate Student Category:
- 1st Place – Lance Watkins (SGSUP), poster title: Comparison of Two Vulnerability Indices to Household Experiences with Extreme Heat in Phoenix Arizona
- 2nd Place – Saud AlKhaled (TDS), poster title: Predictors of Urban Induced Heating under the full Evolution of the Diurnal Cycle
- 3rd Place – Nicholas Weller (SOS), poster title: Mapping Public Values about Climate Adaptation and Resilience using Deliberative Forums.
- Postdoctoral Researcher category
- 1st Place – Ashley Broadbent (SGSUP), poster title: Adaptation to Projected 21st Century Heatwaves in three U.S. Cities
- Undergraduate Student Category
- 1st Place – Sarthak Gupta (SGSUP), poster title: Quantifying Urban Encroachment on Forest Land using Machine Learning with Remote Sensing.
See Events page to view the 1st place posters.