News from EMS Members

EMS 2020 Media Forecast Award for Zoltán Üveges

The forecast by Zoltán Üveges, Hungary, for 18 May 2020, broadcast via YouTube, was selected for the EMS Media Weather Forecast Award 2020. Zoltán Üveges’ presentation demonstrates how probability forecasts can be communicated.[more]

2019 Awards and Prize Winners Announced

The Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) has announced the Awards and Prize Winners for 2019, recognising people and teams who have made exceptional contributions relating to weather, climate and associated disciplines.

This year’s awards received some[more]

New book – Dynamics of The Tropical Atmosphere and Oceans

Peter Webster’s Dynamics of The Tropical Atmosphere and Oceans is the latest addition to RMetS Advancing Weather and Climate Science Book Series with Wiley. Webster describes a variety of large-scale tropical circulation systems and how they interact with a multitude of higher frequency systems.[more]

RMetS VIRTUAL Student & ECS Conference

The Royal Meteorological Society is announcing that this year’s Student and Early Career Scientists Annual Conference will be held as a FREE virtual conference on 29 and 30 June 2020. [more]

Weather Photographer of the Year 2020

The Royal Meteorological Society is calling on photographers to enter its annual photography competition in association with AccuWeather. This year’s competition is particularly special as the Society celebrates its 170th Anniversary.[more]

Interview of the month: Kerstin Vejdemo

The new president of the Swedish Meteorological Society says the SMS aims to be a network and a place for people interested in meteorology to share knowledge and also socialize. SMS, founded in 1959, has a quarterly journal, Polarfront, and arranges five to eight open meetings or seminars every year.[more]

Young Scientist Awardee: Velle Toll, Estonia

Velle Toll, University of Tartu, Estonia, is the EMS Young Scientist Awardee 2020. He receives the award for his work that significantly improved the understanding of the anthropogenic air pollution particles, clouds and climate.[more]

150 years Hungarian Meteorological Service

The Hungarian Meteorological Service dedicates all year 2020 to the celebration of the 150th anniversary of its foundation. The jubilee year is marked by several important events: issue of a national stamp and coin, press and science conferences, and dedicated publications.[more]

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