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]


Training Course for Beginners in Climate Time Series Analysis

This Training Course is specifically tailored to the needs of MSc students, PhD students and postdocs, who wish to learn about an important subject (time series analysis), but have had so far not much exposure to in-depth mathematical or statistical teaching. [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]


Workshop: “Assessment of ensemble forecasts”

The registration is now open for the workshop “Assessment of ensemble forecasts” that will be hosted at Aussois CNRS center in France on 18-21 March, 2019. This four-day workshop will deal with the topic of validation of ensemble forecasting. [more]

Gregynog, Wales, UK

Workshop on Extremal Trends in Weather (WET Weather) 2019

What methods are best suited to study change to the most extreme rainfall events of the climate under non-linear climate change? Can we learn from extreme value theory applied to other disciplines such as finance?[more]

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