Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs) are Visiting Fellowships aimed at strengthening existing and fostering new collaborations. They do so by providing researchers with funds to visit an institution in another COST country, e.g. to learn new methods, share data and/or engage in collaborative projects.
The Scientific Reports and Blog posts for the first round of STSMs can be found using the following links:
Dr Iñigo Antepara – A methodology for quantifying energy poverty by using the energy performance of the building (Read more)
Mr Raúl Castaño-Rosa – Identification of vulnerable homes from the fuel poverty concept. An indicator and assessment model (Read more)
Dr João Pedro Gouveia – Multidimensional indicators of European energy poverty: Unpacking a national case (Read more)
Ms Ana Paraušić – Energy poverty as an urban security challenge (Read more)
Dr Victoria Pellicer – Exploring energy vulnerability causes via the capabilities approach (Read more)
Dr Tauri Tuvikene – Post-socialist urban infrastructures – Co-Working on a book manuscript (Read more)