Event Calendar

All events take place at the ESSL Research and Training Centre in Wiener Neustadt, Austria, unless noted otherwise.

All events in 2020 will take place online because of the continuing COVID-19 situation.

Date(s)Event
(click on the respective link for more information)
 
19 – 23 Oct 2020 Extra Online course : Aviation Forecasting of Severe Convection
by Dr. Tomáš Púčik (ESSL/ESTOFEX)
Early bird fee until 30 Jun 2020.
2 – 6 Nov 2020Course: Flash Flood Forecasting
This course has been cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic
16 – 19 Nov 2020Online Course: Optimal Use of Satellite Data in Forecasting Severe Convection
by ESSL and EUMETSAT.
NEW!
Early bird fee until 30 Sep 2020.
24 – 26 Nov 2020Online Workshop: Convective Storm Risk
by ESSL staff and expert guests.
NEW!
19 – 23 April 2021Forecasting of Severe Convection
online course exclusively for
Regione Marche – Servizio Protezione Civile (Italy)
3 – 7 May 2021
Forecasting of Severe Convection I
by ESSL staff (Dr. Tomas Pucik)

Early bird fee until 28Feb 2021.
Registration opens in November 2020.
14 – 18 June,
21-25 June,
5 – 9 July,
12 – 16 July
ESSL Testbed 2021
in Wiener Neustadt, Austria
or online, if needed
6 – 10 Sep 2021EMS Annual Meeting: European Conference for Applied Meteorology and Climatology
co-sponsored by ESSL, in Barcelona, Spain
 
4 – 8 October 2021
Aviation Forecasting of Severe Convection
by Dr. Tomáš Púčik


Registration opens in November 2020
8 – 12 November 2021ECSS2021 – 11th European Conference on Severe Storms
in Bucharest, Romania


Registration and abstract submission open in March or April 2021

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For further information about the registration for these events, please contact us at:
email: events@essl.org

In addition please approach us for tailored trainings or forecaster training on-the-job.

Travel and hotel information and local sights.

The ESSL Research and Training Centre in Wiener Neustadt is kindly supported by the provincial government of the federal state of Lower Austria (“Gefördert durch die Abt. Wissenschaft und Forschung des Amtes der NÖ Landesregierung”):