2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Germany Leader Award
Andreas Matzarakis mostly deals with Thermal comfort, Physiologically equivalent temperature, Meteorology, Atmospheric sciences and Mean radiant temperature. Andreas Matzarakis interconnects Street canyon, Canyon, Physical geography and Shading in the investigation of issues within Thermal comfort. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Heat wave, Climate change, Intensity, Vegetation and Thermal sensation.
His Meteorology study incorporates themes from Mediterranean climate, Energy balance, Linear regression and Urban area. He usually deals with Mediterranean climate and limits it to topics linked to Equivalent temperature and Microclimate. His Mean radiant temperature research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wind speed and Thermal.
Andreas Matzarakis mainly focuses on Thermal comfort, Meteorology, Physiologically equivalent temperature, Climate change and Tourism. His Thermal comfort study combines topics in areas such as Thermal, Atmospheric sciences, Urban planning, Physical geography and Microclimate. His study in Meteorology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Urban climate, Urban area, Energy balance and Mean radiant temperature.
His work deals with themes such as Heat wave, Climate index, Street canyon and Mediterranean climate, which intersect with Physiologically equivalent temperature. Andreas Matzarakis has researched Tourism in several fields, including Weather and climate, Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Precipitation and Recreation. The various areas that Andreas Matzarakis examines in his Wind speed study include Biometeorology and Relative humidity.
Andreas Matzarakis focuses on Thermal comfort, Physiologically equivalent temperature, Meteorology, Climate change and Thermal. The Thermal comfort study combines topics in areas such as Street canyon, Canyon, Environmental protection, Urban planning and Microclimate. Andreas Matzarakis combines subjects such as Mediterranean climate, Extreme weather, Tourism and Extreme heat with his study of Physiologically equivalent temperature.
In his work, Climate index is strongly intertwined with Mean radiant temperature, which is a subfield of Meteorology. His study on Climate change also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Thermal comfort, Climate change, Physiologically equivalent temperature, Meteorology and Microclimate. His research integrates issues of Urban heat island, Urban planning, Thermal and Pedestrian in his study of Thermal comfort. His studies in Climate change integrate themes in fields like Percentile, Equivalent temperature, Seasonality, Acclimatization and Architectural engineering.
His work in Physiologically equivalent temperature covers topics such as Canyon which are related to areas like Physical geography. His Meteorology research includes elements of Climate index and Energy budget. He has included themes like Typology and Urban climatology in his Microclimate study.
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Modelling radiation fluxes in simple and complex environments—application of the RayMan model
Andreas Matzarakis;Frank Rutz;Helmut Mayer.
International Journal of Biometeorology (2007)
Applications of a universal thermal index: physiological equivalent temperature.
Andreas Matzarakis;Helmut Mayer;Moses G. Iziomon.
International Journal of Biometeorology (1999)
Shading effect on long-term outdoor thermal comfort
Tzu Ping Lin;Andreas Matzarakis;Ruey Lung Hwang.
Building and Environment (2010)
Tourism climate and thermal comfort in Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan
Tzu Ping Lin;Andreas Matzarakis.
International Journal of Biometeorology (2008)
Assessment of the microclimatic and human comfort conditions in a complex urban environment: Modelling and measurements
Ágnes Gulyás;János Unger;Andreas Matzarakis.
Building and Environment (2006)
Effect Of Tree Planting Design And Tree Species On Human Thermal Comfort In The Tropics
Loyde Vieira de Abreu-Harbich;Lucila Chebel Labaki;Andreas Matzarakis.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2015)
Seasonal effects of urban street shading on long-term outdoor thermal comfort
Ruey Lung Hwang;Tzu Ping Lin;Andreas Matzarakis.
Building and Environment (2011)
Heat stress in Greece.
Andreas Matzarakis;H. Mayer.
International Journal of Biometeorology (1997)
Outdoor human thermal perception in various climates: A comprehensive review of approaches, methods and quantification.
Oded Potchter;Oded Potchter;Pninit Cohen;Tzu Ping Lin;Andreas Matzarakis.
Science of The Total Environment (2018)
Physiological Equivalent Temperature as Indicator for Impacts of Climate Change on Thermal Comfort of Humans
Andreas Matzarakis;Bas Amelung.
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