Bettina Steuri works as a research assistant in the “Network and Marketing” department at the Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS) at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht. She works primarily for the BMBF-funded joint project “Urban Climate in Change” and, as part of the “UseUClim” subproject, deals with the practical and user-friendliness of urban climate models for climate change-compatible urban development.
Bettina Steuri studied architecture and then completed a master’s degree in “Resource Efficiency in Architecture and Planning” at HafenCity University in Hamburg. Here she dealt in depth with the expected changes in the urban climate and dealt with strategies for climate-adapted, livable cities. Before and parallel to her master’s degree, she worked as an assistant and junior lecturer in the architecture department at the Bern University of Applied Sciences and was mainly involved in transdisciplinary and international projects between Europe and India (focus: sustainable urban development and visual communication).