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EMS2023 session proposals (now closed)

The EMS Annual Meeting 2022 is planned as an in-person meeting at the Poppelsdorf Campus of the University of Bonn, from 4 to 9 September 2022. The conference will have an online component. The call for session proposals is now open and we invite the community to suggest new sessions and topics.[more]

Sergej Zilitinkevich Memorial Award 2023

Nominationsare invited until 16 May 2022. Seven organisations have jointly established this international award to honour scientists having made breakthroughs in atmospheric sciences or oceanography. Nominations for the award are openly selected within international research networks, [more]

New Learning Portal for Africa

Ahead of the COP27 in November 2022, the newly founded African Meteorological Society has worked in collaboration with the UK’s Royal Meteorological Society to produce a suite of learning resources for their website africanmetsociety.org.[more]

This was EMS2022

A big Thank You to all for attending this first hybrid EMS Annual Meeting; we were enthralled to see so many back and welcome many early career scientists attending for the first time. Whether you participated in person in Bonn or online, we hope your expectations were met und the conference was interesting and will result in many new collaborations and projects. [more]

Harry-Otten-Prize 2023

The Harry-Otten-Prize for Innovation in meteorology was created to encourage individuals and groups to propose ideas how meteorology in a practical way can further move society forward. Deadline for applications: 10 March 2023[more]

Inauguration ceremony of AfMS

In 2021, the Meteorological Societies in Africa have established a permanent organization called African Meteorological Society (AfMS) for their cooperation to build capacity in Africa.  Similar to the EMS, the AfMS is the association of meteorological societies from the African continent.[more]

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