Università degli Studi di Brescia (UNIBS)





  • Marialuisa Volta

The University of Brescia (UNIBS) was established in 1982 and offers a wide range of educational programs. Its 8 Departments are involved in the research activities both on a national and international level. At present the University counts more than 120 active financed research projects, both national and international and is currently participating in 28 projects.

The University of Brescia has established around 110 official conventions with European and non-European Universities (in all the five continents) and is active member of a number of international associations, among which the Agency for the Promotion of the European Research (APRE), the Asean European University Network (Asea –Uninet), the Consejo interuniversitario nacional de Argentina (CUIA), the Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development (ASviS), the Network for the University research improvement (NETVAL), and the University Network for Sustainable Development (RUS).

The Integrated Assessment Modeling Lab is a research group with the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. The research focuses on methodologies to support the modelling assessment of air quality and Low carbon policies. Such methodologies include machine learning, data mining, data driven models, decision modeling, (Integrated Assessment Modeling; Multi-objective, cost-effective, cost-benefit, multi-criteria modeling; Energy transition modeling. Efficient energy production and consumption: mobility, hard-to-abate sectors).

As partner in ELISAH project will provide and process air quality, environmental, land use data from COPERNICUS, the European Union's Earth observation programme, looking at our planet and its environment. Copernicus offers information services that draw from satellite Earth Observation, in-situ (non-space) data (https://www.copernicus.eu/en). The project will benefit from Atmosphere and Land services.

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