PhD student Sam Hatfield discusses how he and colleagues built a table-top supercomputer and used it to produce demonstration weather forecasts with OpenIFS. It's a system that is proving fascinating to the public as well as benefiting Sam's research.
3 May 2019
The Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) activity to coordinate data rescue is an exciting and major step forward in improving the historical datasets that are so vital for assessing and managing the risks from climate change.
26 April 2019
Forecast charts and data
We provide current forecasts, climate reanalyses and specific datasets. These are available via the web, point-to-point dissemination, data servers and broadcasting.
EUMETSAT Research Fellows hosted at ECMWF help to improve the use of satellite data in weather forecasting. @eumetsat @NWP_SAF @WMO https://www.ecmwf.int/en/about/media-centre/news/2019/eumetsat-fellows-help-improve-ecmwf-weather-forecasts
Advancing weather science
Education is a key element of our work at ECMWF, enabling our partners to get the most from ECMWF's services and develop an advanced understanding of forecasting.
|April 29-May 3||2019 International workshop radiative transfer models for satellite data assimilation|
|May 13-17||Online training week: Software and computing at ECMWF|
|May 21-23||EC-Earth meeting|
|June 3-6||Using ECMWF's Forecasts (UEF2019)|
|June 10-13||Workshop: Observational campaigns for better weather forecasts|
|June 17-21||OpenIFS 5th user workshop 2019|
|September 2-5||Annual Seminar: Subseasonal and seasonal forecasting: recent progress and future prospects|
|September 25-27||NEXTGenIO Workshop on applications of NVRAM storage to exascale I/O|
|October 7-10||Training course: Use and interpretation of ECMWF products|
|October 14-16||Workshop: Building reproducible workflows for earth sciences|
ECMWF workshops are open to the worldwide meteorological community, though some training is restricted to member states.
International collaboration is fundamental to the work of ECMWF, working with the EU and the meteorological community at large, including the World Meteorological Organization, space agencies, and scientists around the world.