ENVIRONMENTAL
INTELLIGENCE

for Global Change

ABOUT US

We are a research group based at the Department of Electronics, Information, and BioengineeringPolitecnico di Milano. Our research mission is advancing environmental decision-analytics  for supporting human decisions in complex engineering systems including multiple actors and exposed to evolving multisectoral demands and global change. Our research fuses environmental, climate, and hydrologic disciplines with machine learning, optimal control, and evolutionary computation. This multidisciplinary mix yields innovative, flexible, and robust solutions facilitating participatory decision making processes by addressing the multifaceted complexity of environmental systems, including their nested interdependencies across stakeholders, processes, and policies at different spatial scales; as well as potential changes in human-nature interactions and feedbacks under changing climate extremes and societal demands.

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eiLab @AGU21

Here’s a list of our contributions to the AGU Fall Meeting 2021:



Silvia Bossi, Rafael J. P. Smith, Alexander Flecker, Rafael Almeida, and Andrea Castelletti. Strategic Dam Planning Accounting for Greenhouse
1st AWESOME Newsletter

Are you interested in how our AWESOME project is exploring the Water, Energy, Food, Ecosystems (WEFE) nexus? Please check out the first Newsletter here, which summaries the updates about the research
Meet Me Tonight 2021
Sandra Ricart, a postodoc researcher in eiLab, is taking part in Meet Me Tonight 2021 (MMT21) to present its work for the MODFABE project. The MODFABE project deals with modeling the farmers' behavior
Hydroclimatic change challenges the EU planned transition to a carbon neutral electricity system
Hydrological variability and climate change impacts on water for power: can they undermine EU energy transition targets?
The
Ph.D. thesis defense: Paolo Gazzotti
Paolo Gazzotti is an interdipartmental PhD (Magamement Engineering and Information Technology) at Politecnico di Milano supervised by prof. Massimo Tavoni and prof. Andrea Castelletti. He
A basin-scale approach to estimate river forms resilience to sediment connectivity alterations in data-scarce environments.

EiLab just published a paper on Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (ESPL), which showcases
A strategic approach to increase the resilience of river deltas
eiLab contributed to a recent publication on the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), which demonstrates

eiTweets

How will #uncertainties on #climate, #irrigation, population and technology shape #reservoir operation in sub-Saharan river basins? Have a look at our new paper https://hess.copernicus.org/articles/26/245/2022/hess-26-245-2022.html
@eiPolimi @hydroaholics @EGU_HESS

Great news for #EGU22: there is a bit more time to submit your abstract!
New deadline: Friday 14 Jan at 13.00 CET.
If you work on #ForecasBasedAction & want to present, join us to discuss online or in person! We look forward to your #vEGU22 #vPICO submission to @EGU_HS HS4.5! https://twitter.com/EuroGeosciences/status/1480932777705054223

UPDATE: Due to the continuing difficulties that many people in our community, all around the world, are experiencing, we have decided to extend the #EGU22 #vEGU22 abstract submission deadline to Friday 14 January at 13.00 CET.

For help, email: egu22@copernicus.org

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