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.


Graphic recording at EMS2018 postersession by Szilárd Strenner, Grafacity.
Graphic recording at EMS2018 postersession by Szilárd Strenner, Grafacity.

Call for Abstracts for EMS2019

The closing date for submission of abstracts for the EMS2019 Annual Meeting in Copenhagen is April 12th 2019. Browse the programme now and choose a session to submit an abstract:

Other Information about EMS2019

Keep an eye on the conference website for upcoming information.

EMS2019 – related Awards

YSTA being presented at the conference to awardee
YSTA being presented at the conference to awardee

Several support and award schemes are available for young scientists attending the EMS Annual Meeting.  In order to apply you must submit an abstract with a view to presenting a poster or oral presentation at the conference. Further details are available here.

Closing dates for applying for these awards are listed below.
6 March 2019: Young Scientist Travel Awards (EMS YSTA)
12 April 2019: Tromp Foundation travel award for young scientists
12 April 2019: Registration fee waiver

2018 Tromp Award recipient F. Aquaotta (right), receiving the award from W. Rietveld (middle) and T. Cegnar.
2018 Tromp Award recipient F. Aquaotta (right), with W. Rietveld and T. Cegnar.

Tromp Award for Biometeorology

The closing date for nominations for the Tromp award for outstanding achievements in biometeorology is 30 April 2019. The selected awardee will be invited to deliver a lecture at a relevant session of EMS2019. Details on this award are available here.


Harry Otten Prize for Innovation in Meteorology

The winner of the Harry Otten Prize 2019 will be selected during the EMS2019 in Copenhagen. Applications for this prestigious prize is still possible until 10 March 2019. Details on the rules of the contest and additional guidance can be found at the Harry Otten Prize Website.


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