Forecasting of Climate Change Risks

The risks caused by climate change are worsening worldwide, and it is recognized that national and regional responses to climate change are essential. This study therefore explores climate change risks that have been recognized as fatal to people and the environment by analyzing multi-influence factors...

Climate change is a major challenge for society, particularly in terms of its capacity to take individual and collective decisions that will enable appropriate responses to address it. In many respects, it differs from other environmental problems facing modern civilization in its time scale and...

Opportunities and Prospects of Data Mining and Big Data Analytics for the Assessment of Climate Change Risks and Vulnerabilities to Businesses and Industries, Regional Security, and Sustainable Development.

The blog is edited by: Sophie Voisin and Roman Kernchen.

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Editor of the blog

Sophie Voisin
Program Director

Dr. Sophie Voisin heads the Eyvor Institute office in Brussels. Sophie holds a Master of Applied Economic Sciences degree from the University of Antwerp and a PhD from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy Studies. Her research interests include science, technology and innovation policy studies, as well as technology foresight and strategic innovation management.

Roman Kernchen
Scientific Director

Roman Kernchen is scientific director at Eyvor Institute. He received his Ph.D. (Dr.rer.nat.) from Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University, Bonn and then held permanent academic positions at the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) and the Fraunhofer-Institute for Technological Trend Analysis. His current research interests centre around data-driven approaches for risk forecasting and analysis. He is especially interested in assessing climate change risks and vulnerabilities to businesses and industries, regional security, and sustainable development. Topics of interest include innovation research, risk studies, technology options assessment, data mining, topic analysis, security studies, and governance of emerging technologies.