On Thursday 28 February the Irish Meteorological Society took a trip away from its usual Dublin base to present an evening of talks on the theme of weather and climate at University College Cork (UCC).[more]
Each year the Dutch Meteorological Society (NVBM) organises a site visit to institutes that are stakeholders of meteorological information and knowledge. This year the NVBM visited Deltares and the faculty of Aerospace Engineering at Delft[more]
… of the Berlin & Brandenburg Section of the German Meteorological Society
Following the introduction of Bachelor degrees (2005) and Master degrees (2008), which replaced the traditional Diploma degrees in Germany, the employability of those leaving University with a Bachelor degree was quite unclear and almost confusing.[more]
A new call for the international award on meteorology Eduard Fontserè will be opened in the coming weeks. Presented by the Catalan Meteorological Society (ACAM) the goal of this award is to promote and disseminate[more]
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]
The Irish Meteorological Society organises a quiz each January as the main fundraiser for events that the Society holds throughout the year. It is always very popular, not only with meteorologists and members of the Irish Meteorological Society, but also with members of the public who enjoy a good general knowledge table quiz.[more]
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]
On the 23rd of November 2018, a one-day conference on the theme of “Weather & Sailing” was held at the Royal Irish Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland. The conference was jointly organised by the Irish Meteorological Society (IMS), the Royal Institute of Navigation and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), with support from the Dublin Port Company. [more]
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