WP3. Design and development of the thermal assessment tool
To develop a tool that improves our understanding of heat events and their social impacts for European cities
Joshua Lizundia (MSc) (M): Data Analyst and researcher on climate services in Tecnalia Research & Innovation. PhD student in Geographic Information Systems at the University of Alcala. Relevant experience in software development based on python, app development in the climate data store framework, and data analysis and management. Expert on remote sensing technologies and GIS. Responsible of the development of the European Space Agency’s Climate Change Initiative global burned area products and the fire component of the Copernicus Climate Change Service. He participated in projects related to the impacts of climate change in the energy system and infrastructure, such as the Sectoral Information System to Support Infrastructure, Transport and Associated Standards contracted by ECMWF. He is currently working on the ESPON Climate project, which is focused on the assessment of hazard, exposure, vulnerability, and risk at European level.
Short summary: A story about Jan and Maria during extreme precipitation.
End user: Citizens
Link to the story: under construction