The first SCORE in-person meeting took place on June 28-30, 2022 at the Atlantic Technological Unviersity (ATU) in Sligo, Ireland!
The meeting was the occasion to go through the progress done within each work package and task and to exchange views and ideas on some important points to be tackled during next months.
The event was fully hybrid to guarantee that all partners were represented in the meetings and in the fruitful conversations that accompanied each point on the agenda.
In addition to the many interesting discussions and interactive sessions, a poster session was also organised during the coffee breaks for partners to showcase the work done wihtin the project in the previous months:
- Sand and dunes – Why do we need to protect them? by Sligo County Council (SCC)
- Review of the most suitable Climate Services for Coastal Cities Adaptation by Roberta Paranunzio (CNR)
- Hybrid Data-Driven Models for Hydrological Simulation and Projection on the Catchment Scale by Salem Gharbia (ATU)
- Grid Point Rainfall Trends, Teleconnection Patterns and Regionalised Droughts in Portugal (1919 2019) by Luis Angel Espinosa (IST-ID)
- The use of low-cost sensors for monitoring coastal climate hazards and developing early warning support against extreme events by Tasneem Ahmed (ATU)
- Sensor Interfacing with SCORE Platform: A Case Study by F.Sapienza (UNIPI)
- Building Climate Resilience in Coastal City Living Labs Using Ecosystem-based Adaptation: A Systematic Review by Ananya Tiwari (ATU)
- Systematic review of socio-economic assessment methods of adaptation strategies to climate change in coastal areas by Mar Riera Spiegelhalder (ENT)
- Conceptualising the management of climate extreme events through a GIS-based digital twin system by Khurram Riaz (ATU)
- Piran Coastal City Living Lab ( CCLL): Challenges and Opportunities by Peter Kumer (ZRS)
- Gdańsk Coastal City Living Lab: main objectives and challenges by Barańczuk Katarzyna (UG)
- An EnKF-based reconstruction of rainfall fields using opportunistic satellite MW link signal attenuation: theoretical basis and application to the July 2021 event in the area of Dortmund (Germany) by Alberto Ortolani (LAMMA)
After the meeting, partners had also the pleasure to have a nice coastal walk to study Nature-Based Solutions for coastal erosion.
The next face-to-face meeting is taking place next year, most probably in Alicante, Spain.