Forging sustainability

Ana Filipa Ascenso

Ana Filipa Ascenso

Phd Student

  • Thesis title: Direct and indirect impacts of nature based solutions for climate change adaptation: urban heat island, air quality and urban sprawl
  • Supervisor: Ana Isabel Miranda

  • Researcher ID: V-3797-2018
  • ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0244-7231
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  • Department: Environment and Planning
  • Research Group: Atmospheric Processes & Modelling (APM)
  • Thesis title: Direct and indirect impacts of nature based solutions for climate change adaptation: urban heat island, air quality and urban sprawl Supervisor: Ana Isabel Miranda Category: BO Grant type: BD Funding entity: FCT Grant reference: SFRH/BD/136875/2018 Start date: 2018-11-01 End date: 2021-10-30


Research interests

- Air quality
- Air quality modeling
- Climate change mitigation and adaptation
- Urban sustainability
- Nature-based solutions

Academic degrees

2018 to 2021 - PhD on Environmental Sciences and Engineering
2012 to 2017 - Integrated Master in Environmental Engineering, University of Aveiro

Scientific activities

Research Scholarship in the scope of the UnaLab - Urban Nature Labs project (https://www.unalab.eu/)
Research Scholarship in the scope of the DOUROZONE project (http://dourozone.web.ua.pt/)
Assessment and forecast of air quality in Portugal: protocol between the University of Aveiro and the Portuguese Environment Agency (team member, 2017)
CRUP / DAAD Integrated Action A31 / 16 "Investigation of aerosol episodes using air quality modeling with data assimilation and data fusion techniques" (team member, 2017)

Others

Atmospheric Chemistry and Dynamics – Summer Course | Forschungszentrum Jülich
Language course in Academic English | University of Aveiro

Publications

Projects

GENESIS - Green roofs and walls ENvironmental Economic and SocIal Savings: Modelling uncertainty and investors / users preferences in all-inclusive cost-benefit analysis of green roofs and walls See more

UNaLab - Urban Nature Labs See more

Scientific Supervision


CESAM Funding: