Model-based city planning and application in climate change (MOSAIK-2)

MOSAIK-2 is a project funded by the BMBF funded German research project within the framework of the joint project "Urban Climate in Transition"-[UC]² which aims to develop the urban climate model PALM-4U and to establish it as an operational tool for municipalities and urban planners.

The MOSAIK-2 consortium consists of partners from all over Germany who have joined forces to develop PALM-4U, an urban climate model of unprecedented spatial resolution and computational power that enables simulations of large cities up to 2,000 km² in size with grid-resolved buildings. The first funding period of MOSAIK lasted from 2016 to 2019. Since September 2019, the second phase has started, in which PALM-4U will be further developed. More information about MOSAIK-2.

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Simone Pfau, Tobias Gronemeier, Ion Matei, Christopher Mount, Johannes Schwenkel, Matthias Sühring, Helge Knoop, Alexandra Westbrink