TEMA stands for „Trusted Extremely Precise Mapping and Prediction for Emergency Management”. It is a four year long project that was funded by the European Union through its Horizon Europe. The main objectives are improving disaster management by using new digital technologies, accelerating extreme data analytics and increasing its trustworthiness, and improving the prediction and visualisation of disaster-related outputs. 

The project involves 20 partners from Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain. It is coordinated by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. 

The Geo-Social Analytics Lab contributes a social media component to the proposed systems that analyses disaster-related, georeferenced posts.  

For more information, see the website (https://tema-project.eu/) or the project LinkedIn page. 

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