28 Aug - 1 Sept 2023
The ICUC Organizing Committee surveyed the urban climate community in Aug 2020 to ask how COVID may impact their ability to submit an abstract, attend the conference at proposed dates, possible future postponement dates, and what their preferences are for face-to-face versus virtual components. Overall, 217 responses were received from 45 different countries. The complete report of this survey can be found here.
As a conclusion of this survey and given the overwhelming response received, the conference will be postponed to August 28th - September 1st, 2023.
The International Association for Urban Climate (IAUC) and the American Meteorological Society (AMS) warmly invite you to the joint 11th International Conference on Urban Climate (ICUC11) to be held in Sydney, Australia, from August 28th to September 1st, 2023.
The ICUC meetings are preeminent events for the presentation of research on urban climate, at all scales. This conference brings together a diverse international community of researchers, urban planners and designers, and policymakers. The conference will provide an international forum where world-leading experts on urban climate can discuss modern developments in research alongside the application of climatic knowledge to the design of better cities.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the International Federation for Housing and Planning (IFHP) both ran successful international conferences on urban climate between the 1960s-80s. In 1989, these endeavours came together in the form of joint meetings under the name International Conference on Urban Climatology (ICUC). The International Association for Urban Climate (IAUC) assumed responsibility for these conferences in 2003 with the meeting in Lodz, Poland.
ICUC conferences are now held every 3 years and bring together more than 600 delegates from 55 countries.
We look forward to welcoming you to Sydney in 2022!
New York, USA
Peter Armstrong, Khalifa University, UAE
Alexander Baklanov, World Meteorological Organization, Switzerland
Ifeoluwa Balogun, Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
Benjamin Bechtel, Universität Bochum, Germany
Brij Bhushan, Mewar University, India
Winston Chow, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Andreas Christen, Universität Freiburg, Germany
Matthias Demuzere, Universität Bochum, Germany
Mat Georgescu, Arizona State University, USA
Jorge Gonzalez, City College New York, USA
Sue Grimmond, University of Reading, UK
Akhilesh Gupta, Department of Science and Technology, India
Aya Hagishima, Kyushu University, Japan
Leena Järvi, University of Helsinki, Finland
Andreas Matzarakis, German Meteorological Service, Germany
Shiguang Miao, IUM, China
Ariane Middel, Arizona State University, USA
Gerald Mill, University College Dublin, Ireland
Chandana Mitra, Auburn University, USA
Dev Niyogi, Purdue University and University of Texas at Austin, USA
David Pearlmutter, Ben Gurion University, Israel
Amauri Pereira de Oliveira, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Chao Ren, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong
David Sailor, Arizona State University, USA
Jennifer Salmond, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Nigel Tapper, Monash, Australia
Mukul Tewari, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, USA
Sofia Thorsson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Helen Ward, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Jennifer Vanos, Arizona State University, USA
James Voogt, Western University, Canada
Sevgi YILMAZ, Atatürk University, Turkey
*Note dates are modified to reflect the new timeline for ICUC11 2022.
The organizing committee has identified six scientific streams for ICUC11, with each stream covering various sessions and plenaries. These streams include:
For information or assistance on ICUC-11, please contact