EMS Annual Meeting 2017: Call for abstracts, deadline 21 April

The 2017 EMS Annual Meeting – European Conference for Applied Meteorology and Climatology will take place from 4 to 8 September 2017 at The Helix, Dublin City University, Ireland.
Conferenece Theme: Serving Society with better Weather and Climate Information

The scientific programme and abstract submission are now accessible at: http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/ems2017/sessionprogramme

14 March 2017: abstract submission with Young Scientist Travel Award (YSTA) or Tromp foundation travel award to young scientists (TFTAYS)
21 April 2017: abstract submission and abstract submission with waiver application

Details on support applications are available at: http://www.ems2017.eu/awards_and_waivers.html

New programme framework
The session programme has been reorganised into three programme streams to offer better opportunities for cooperation and multidisciplinarity:

  • Engagement with Society (ES)
  • Operational Systems and Applications (OSA)
  • Understanding Weather & Climate Processes (UP)

Further information on the new programme streams is available at: http://www.ems2017.eu/new_programme_streams.html.

Three training workshops will be organised on Sunday, 3 September 2017, regsitration deadline for all three is 7 July 2017:

  • Geo-web services for climate services,
  • Introduction to the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model for beginners, and
  • Ground-based profiling networks for improving weather forecasts.

For details, see: http://www.ems2017.eu/workshops.html

Opportunities for manufacturers, publishers, service providers, and other organisations to book exhibition space to demonstrate their latest developments to the conference participants will become available soon at http://ems2017.eu.

Facilities will be available for groups wishing to hold side meetings. An online side meeting request form will be available from May.

Last but not least: we plan to hold a science slam session. Explore more details at: http://www.ems2017.eu/earth_science_slam.html