Coastal Urban developmenT through the LEnses of Resiliency
Coastal urban development incorporates a wide range of development activities that are taking place as a result of the water element existing in the fabric of the city. This element may have different forms (i.e. bay, a river, or a brook) but in almost all cases the surrounding area constitutes what maybe considered as the heart of the city.
CUTLER’s consortium joins a multidisciplinary team composed by 15 academic and non-academic partners, from all across Europe. The project will last 36 months, starting from January 2018. Lead by the Center for Technology Hellas (CERTH), the project aims to generate and provide evidence-based solutions for decision making on pressing policy challenges related to the coastal urban development, by using Big Data analytics methods. Oulu leads WP3 dealing with data collection, management and protection.