Interviews of the month

In this section we publish interviews with a representative (normally the President) of one of the EMS Member Societies. The interviews focus on the history of the Member Society, its achievements, challenges and future plans.
Download the template for the interview here

We have also started a series of interviews with individual members of Member Societies; the first one of these was with Anca Turcu, from the Irish Meteorological Society.
Here you will find the interview template for these interviews.
If you would like to contribute to either interview type fill in this file and return to publications (at) emetsoc.org. Thank you very much!

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]

Interview with MMT Member Ákos Németh

EMS LC: Is your job related to meteorology?

Yes, absolutely. I have been working at the Hungarian Meteorological Service since 2002. For the first few years I mainly dealt with legal issues (for the police[more]

Interview with DaMS Member Sebastian Pelt

EMS LC: Is your job related to meteorology?

Yes, it is. I work for the Danish TV station, TV 2, where my main tasks are weather forecasting and writing weather-related articles for our website.[more]

Interview of the Month: Danish Meteorological Society

Interview with DaMS Treasurer Kristian Pagh Nielsen

EMS LC: If you were to describe your society in one sentence, what would you say?
KPN: The Danish Meteorological Society encourages meteorological understanding among anyone interested in weather, climate or meteorology in the broader sense. [more]

Interview with ACAM Member Marc Prohom Duran

EMS LC: Is your job related to meteorology?

Yes, I’m the head of the Department of Climatology at the Meteorological Service of Catalonia (SMC). The SMC is the official meteorological service of the Catalan Government, and it was established in 1921.[more]

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