Members & Activities

The membership of the EMS consists of national or regional meteorological societies in Europe, Europe being considered to include the WMO RA VI. At present the European Meteorological Society has 37 Member Societies.

The EMS is strongly supported by Associate Members, organisations with an interest in the aims of the EMS. Such bodies include non-European meteorological societies, national meteorological and hydrological services, research and education institutes and departments and companies with interest in meteorology, related sciences and their applications, and European-wide bodies with similar interests. At present the European Meteorological Society has 30 Associate Members.

 

News

Founding of the EMS

Two articles by René Morin and Jon Wieringa recording the history of the founding of the EMS have been published in Weather. Both articles appear under the title “Associating weather societies across Europe“. Thanks to[more]

Tillmann Mohr selected to receive the EMS Silver Medal 2018

The European Meteorological Society has chosen Tillmann Mohr as Laureate of the EMS Silver Medal 2018. He is honoured for his key role in shaping the European Meteorological Infrastructure (EMI). Under his visionary leadership, EUMETSAT matured into an internationally recognised organisation.[more]

EMS Technology Award 2018 for the operational meteorological workstation NinJo

– The EMS Technology Award for significant technology achievements and innovations in the field of meteorology and earth observation

The European Meteorological Society (EMS) has chosen the international NinJo Consortium that developed the NinJo operational meteorological workstation to receive the EMS Technology Achievement Award 2018.[more]

SMI – one of the oldest Meteorological Societies

The Italian Meteorological Society (SMI – Società Meteorologica Italiana Onlus) is a non-profit association established in 1865, with about 500 members including professionals, scientists, users and amateurs of meteorology and atmospheric sciences. SMI promotes and encourages development and knowledge of atmospheric sciences and climate change in Italy. [more]

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