Bert Holtslag’s most notable contributions are related to understanding of atmosphere-land interactions, surface fluxes, and boundary layer processes, with implications to wind energy and urban meteorology. He has a large track record in research and leadership of national and international projects[more]
Optional deadline for short proposals: 15 December 2021
Final Deadline for submission of full proposal: 31 January 2022
This Award is granted to individuals or corporations in recognition of technological contributions that have the potential for Europe-wide impact: instrumentation, observing systems, data management and ICT Infrastructure, information systems, …[more]
Nominations invited until 31 October 2021.
Seven organisations have jointly established this international award, to be delivered annually to a scientist who has made breakthroughs in atmospheric sciences or oceanography. Nominations for the award are openly selected within international research networks, [more]
Kirien Whan from KNMI in the Netherlands and Kate Saunders from Queensland University of Technology have won the first prize of 25,000 Euro. Their idea, Second Wind: Extending the official wind gust record with citizen science observations, is to use citizen observations of wind gusts,[more]