Conference Calendar

Basel, Switzerland

Climate Science & Ancient History. Decoding Natural & Human Archives

The conference bridges the traditional gap between the Humanities and the Natural Sciences: Researchers from Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Sweden, Great Britain and the United States will illustrate with interdisciplinary contributions, to what extent the[more]

Wiener Neustadt, Austria

ESSL Seminar: Forecasting and Climatology of Convective Windstorms and Hail

Each year straight-line winds induced by severe convection cause substantial damage in Europe and lead to injuries and fatalities. This seminar will not only give insight to climatology and risk for such events, but will also discuss the meteorological development and forecasting perspective. [more]

Berlin, Germany

UCP2019: Understanding Clouds and Precipitation

UCP2019, as part of the Grand Challenge on Clouds, Circulation and Climate Sensitivity and the German National Project High-Resolution Clouds and Precipitation for Climate Prediction (HD(CP)²), will bring together leading scientists from the observational and modeling communities. [more]

Wiener Neustadt, Austria

ESSL Seminar: Dynamics and Prediction of Severe Convection

Much progress has been made in forecasting severe thunderstorms during the past decades owing to an improved understanding of the governing processes, better remote-sensing capabilities, and increased computer power. [more]

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

Meteorologist’s Meeting DACH 2019

DACH is a joint conference of the German (D), Austrian (A) and Swiss (CH) Meteorological Societies, held every three years. [more]

Vienna, Austria

EGU General Assembly 2019

The EGU General Assembly 2019, taking place in Vienna (Austria) on 7–12 April 2019, will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. [more]

Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln, UK

International Symposium on Climate Change & the Role of Education

Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln, UK

Education in all its forms plays a crucial role, globally and locally, in engaging and empowering people to act to alleviate the impacts of the climate change. The importance of this role is recognized, at least in spirit if not yet by viable actions, in the 2015 Paris Agreement[more]

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