NEW! Uploaded presentation files
You can find PDF files of oral and (some) poster presentations can now be accessed through the Copernicus Conference Programme. Select a session, a presentation, and click on the “Presentation” link to access the file.
NEW! Extended Abstract Submission and Registration
The deadline for Extended Abstract submission has now been extended to 15 December. It is now possible upload a PDF file that includes figures:
NEW! Publication support / special issue
Programme and venue
Name and address of the venue are:
Sparkassensaal, Neunkirchner Strasse 17, 2700 Wiener Neustadt, Austria
Information Material (PDF files)
- Instructions by the Scientific Programme Committee and last minute leads
- Travel – Wiener Neustadt City Center Map
- Hotels – please book your hotel as soon as possible to have the best choice
- Shuttle bus free of cost – UPDATE as of 15 September!
- Travel support
- Restaurants – NEW
The scope of the conference covers all aspects of severe convective storms. Researchers, operational forecasters, and risk and emergency managers are invited to submit contributions. In light of the global relevance of the conference themes, participants from all over the world are encouraged to attend. These are the conference topics (and tentative session titles):
- Convective storm and tornado dynamics
- Numerical modelling of storms, storm-scale data assimilation
- Impact of storms on society and impact mitigation
- Convective storms within extratropical, Mediterranean and tropical cyclones
- Floods and flash floods
- Forecasting and nowcasting of severe weather
- Severe weather forecast training
- Satellite studies of storms and their environment
- Radar studies of storms
- Storm electrification, lightning, microphysics and hail
- Storm climatologies, risk assessments and climate change
- Collection of storm data, historical events and damage assessments
Information on social events offered at the conference can be found here.
Related Events and Sidemeetings
In the week immediately after the ECSS, there will a training event organized in Wiener Neustadt by ESSL, the seminar “Forecasting Severe Convection I” by Chuck Doswell. You can take travel advantage by combining both activities. More information about the seminar can be found here.
On Sunday evening before the ECSS Prof. David Schultz offers a free workshop for all participants interested in improving their conference papers for publication in the ECSS special issue: Workshop: Publishing Your Conference Presentation. Please register to this event via the regular registration tool, the number of available seats is limited!
If you intend to organize a side-meeting at the ECSS, please contact us via email:
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