Event Weeks


Concept

Several times a year EUMeTrain organises event weeks. During such weeks a series of online lectures are presented and experts inform you on new applications of meteorological satellite data on a specific theme.

Goal

The event weeks aim to be a platform for exchange of experience and expertise between the various groups working with meteorological data.

How is it done?

The lectures are broadcasted with a software called saba. This is a web conferencing and online learning environment that combines a highly interactive virtual training classroom. All lectures are also recorded and available for playback offline.

Can I take part?

Participating in an event week is free of any costs. You do however need to register in order for us to send you the invitation(s). Usually the program for the next event week is announced three months in advance.

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NoWCasting SAF - Event Week 2013

EUMeTrain is going to organise an event week on products of the NWC-SAF from 18th to 22nd November 2013. There will be 9 sessions starting on Monday morning. The presentations will comprise the nowcasting products based on MSG and PPS satellites like cloud products, precipitation and wind products. Each session will consist of 2 parts; first an overview on the product from the developer side and the second part will show some typical applications of the data from the users side. A detailed time scedule will be available early July 2013, registration will become possible in October.


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World Wide Weather Briefing 2013

From 20th to 24th May 2013, EUMeTrain organised a "World Wide Weather Briefing". This event week comprised weather analysis from all corners of the world focussing on challenges that forecasters have to face around the globe. The presenters were local weather forecasters guiding the audience through the regional weather characteristics they are facing throughout the year. This event week was a great oportunity to expand your meteorological knowledge to other regions outside Europe and learn about the specialities of weather forecasting on other continents.


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Polar Satellite Week 2012

From 5 to 9 November, the EUMeTrain "Polar Satellite Week" focussed on meteorological data and applications from sensors on board of polar satellites. This event had the participation of presenters coming from Europe, US and Brazil and covered atmospheric topics such as clouds, precipitation, wind, trace gases and vertical profiles, and addressed also land surface and ocean applications.


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CM SAF Week 2012

The Satellite Application Facility on Climate Monitoring (CM SAF) provides high-quality, satellite-based data sets for use in climate monitoring and analysis. The CM SAF Event Week took place from 25 – 29 June 2012 in collaboration with EUMETSAT and EUMeTrain. This is an online training for those already using or interested in using the CM SAF products.


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Cyclone Week 2012

From 4 to 6 June 2012 EUMeTrain organised with its partners an event week on Cyclones with a pallet of lectures from presenters from different regions in Europe. You are invited to take note of the program and register to join as a listener in this Event Week.


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LSA SAF Week 2011

From 21 to 25 November 2011, the SAF for Land Surface Applications (LSA SAF) presented itself by organising an event week in which they explained the applications, the validation and the access of the various products they develop.


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Ocean and Sea Week 2011

From 31 October to 3 November 2011 an event week on Ocean and Sea was organised. The event week served as an exchange on the experience for the forecasting on shiproutes, but also advocate the benfits that the use of ASCAT data (MetOp) as well as the altimetry data povided by Jason-2 have to the operational forcaster.


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Convection Week 2011

From 6 to 9th June 2011 EUMeTrain organised an event week on the topic of Convection. This event week consisted of several online sessions dealing with the forecasting, nowcasting and monitoring of convection with the use of satellites and radar.




* You can see more about some older Event Weeks in Resources.