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    • Autumn School 2018 on the “Use of Satellite Information in Nowcasting”, Thessaloniki, Greece

      The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki will organize in cooperation with EUMETSAT the 6th Autumn School on the “Use of Satellite Information in Nowcasting”, which will be held in Thessaloniki, Greece. The main objective of the training workshop is to present and explain to the participants the new developments in satellite meteorology focusing on the use of processes, principles and practices, tools and products for nowcasting and short-range forecasting severe weather such as storms, deep cyclones, severe precipitation, heat waves and droughts, based on meteorological satellite data.


      Date: 24 - 28 September 2018

      Location: Thessaloniki, Greece

      Application Deadline: 3 July 2018

      The call is intended to invited countries only!

      The workshop is primarily aimed at participants from the south-eastern Europe and North African countries. The workshop will be held in English and there will be no registration fee.

      Only one participant from each country will be accepted to attend the workshop. Meteorological Services and Offices are kindly requested to nominate a candidate.

    • International Summer School on Applications with the Newest Multi-spectral Environmental Satellites, Bracciano, Italy 2018

      The course will provide an in depth explanation of methods and techniques used to extract information from environmental satellite data, with emphasis on the latest measuring technologies. The course will consist of lectures, laboratory sessions, group lab projects and tests. English is the official language of the School. All provided material will be in English.

      Date: 11 - 20 June 2018

      Location: Bracciano, Italy

      Application deadline: 27 April 2018


      This courses addresses experienced professionals working with remote sensing data (forecasters, researchers, post-gradate students etc.) interested to update their knowledge and skills on the newest developments in remote sensing data. The applicants must have an academic degree either in Meteorology, Physics, Environmental Sciences or Environmental Engineering. Applicants should be proficients in the English language to attend the course.

      The course is intended primarily for the European audience, with preference for the member states. Depending on availability, additional applicants might be accepted. Candidates will be selected on the basis of their proven experiences in environmental remote sensing.