The 2017 EMS Annual Meeting from 4 to 8 September 2017 at Dublin City University, Ireland, was attended by 814 participants from 46 countries. Photos, videos, poster award, ...
The EMS Council elected Bob Riddaway (UK) as its 7th President at the 37th Session on 3rd September 2017 in Dublin. He succeeds Horst Böttger who had been steering the activities of the Society since 2014.
Harry Otten Prize for Innovation in Meteorology awarded in Dublin - Lee Chapman receives 25,000 Euro for his idea of using low-cost sensors and the Internet of Things to advance weather forecasts.
The 2017 EMS Annual Meeting – European Conference for Applied Meteorology and Climatology – will take place next week from 4 to 8 September 2017 at The Helix, Dublin City University, Ireland.
Conference Theme: Serving Society with better Weather and Climate Information
The EMS Tromp Award 2017 winner is Stéphanie Horion, Assistant professor at the Dept. of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Tromp Foundation (Foundation for Biometeorological Research, the legacy of Solco W. Tromp, is funding this award with the intention to promote biometeorology in Europe.
Astrid Rommetveit receives the EMS Jounrnalist Award for her very important work in helping to bridge the gap in understanding between experts and non-experts; she covers complex topics and presents them in an understandable and accessible way, without oversimplifying them. Rommetveit takes seriously one of the most important missions of journalists, which is to give the reader the full capacity to understand a complex topic.
IMPRESSIONS OF THE AMS ANNUAL MEETING - A BAMS Interview with the European Meteorological Society’s Tanja Cegnar.
Carlos Castillejo Balsera is the winner of the AME Meteoreportaje 2016, the contest of the Spanish Meteorological Society, with his report with the title "Momentos". Roberto Porto Mata won the Meteovideo, the AME video competition, with the video "La Ley del cielo".
The EMS Tromp Award will be awarded to a scientist for an excellent scientific paper in the field of biometeorology, published between 1 January 2015 and 1 June 2017.
Anybody having published a scientific paper in the field of biometeorology meeting the criteria of the award and resident in Europe (WMO RAVI) is eligible to apply for the award.
The European Meteorological Society has chosen Julia Slingo as Laureate of the EMS Silver Medal 2017. She is honoured for her outstanding contributions to meteorology and climate predictions.