EMS News

EMS Tromp Award for biometeorology

20 April is closing date for applications 2019.
The Tromp Foundation is offering $US 1,000 and travel expenses to attend the EMS2019 in Copenhagen for an excellent scientific paper in the field of biometeorology[more]

March Tweet of the Month

For March 2019, we have picked two Tweets of the Month.

The first tweet is from World Meteorological Day, a day that is celebrated on the 23rd March annually. This year, the European Commission highlighted[more]

Interview of the Month: Romania

Interview with the President of the Romanian Met Society, Dr. Ion Sandu. EMS Liaison Committee: If you were to describe your society in one sentence, what would you say? RMS brings together professionals working in the field of meteorology and experts from other fields, who play an important role in disseminating scientific knowledge …[more]

Interview of the Month: Iceland

Interview with the President of the Icelandic Meteorological Society (Veðurfræðifélagið, VeF), Guðrún Nína Petersen
EMS LC: If you were to describe your society in one sentence, what would you say?

Guðrún Nína Petersen:  VeF is an open and inclusive society – everybody interested in weather and climate is welcome.[more]

Interview with DMG Member Petra Gebauer

EMS Liaison Committee (LC): Is your job related to meteorology?

Yes, I am the chairwoman of a non-profit organisation called Berliner Wetterkarte e.V. My work, and that of several colleagues, ensures the continued publication of the Berliner Wetterkarte, a daily weather  [more]

Météo et Climat: Interview with EMS President

Interview with Bob Riddaway, EMS President, for the bimonthly newsletter of Météo et Climat, distributed in January 2019 to the Météo et Climat members (in French). Why is it important to have a European Meteorological Society such as EMS?

Within Europe there are many different meteorological societies. They vary[more]

EMS2019: Call for Abstracts and Award Applications

This year the EMS Annual Meeting will be held in the Technical University of Denmark near Copenhagen from September 9th to 13th. The aim of the meeting is to foster the sharing and  cross-fertilisation of ideas, and to facilitate feedback between science and applications through the involvement of diverse actors in the meteorological and climatological fields. An additional focus of the 2019 Annual Meeting will be on Arctic and Antarctic issues and challenges.[more]

January Tweet of the Month

Our Tweet of the Month for January 2019 is from an EMS Member Society, The Royal Meteorological Society of the UK.  The tweet links to their “Snow in Europe 2019” article https://www.theweatherclub.org.uk/index.php/node/541.[more]

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