Workshop by the ESSL Team and external expert guests
24 – 27 August 2020
ESSL Research and Training Centre
Wiener Neustadt, Austria
The workshop is focused on a special field of “Forensic Meteorology”: to determine the type of a past damage event (windstorm or tornado) and to estimate the strength of the maximum wind.
Target audience (not exclusively):
– Persons involed in damage assessment activities of national weather services, other government agencies and commercial entities like insurances
– Persons involved in the Quality Control process of ESWD data
Day 2 and 3
Prices for workshop (four days)
|Early Fees until 30 April 2020||Normal Fees|
|ESSL members and employees of institutional ESSL members||EUR 590||EUR 790|
|Non ESSL members||EUR 790||EUR 990|
You may pay by bank transfer to the following account:
|Beneficiary:||European Severe Storms Laboratory – Science and Training|
|Bank address:||Hauptplatz 15, 2500 Baden, Austria|
With your transfer, please indicate “Tornado workshop fee” and your name.
(without indicating your name, we cannot make sure that the transfer came from you).
Draft for the internationally applicable and consistent “International Fujita Scale”: IF-Scale as of 25 March 2017
Draft final report “International Approaches to Tornado Damage Characterization” as of 6 June 2017 by G. Kopp et al.
Material from an site survey example (F4 Mira-Dolo Tornado, Italy) you can find here.