As ECMWF's first Summer of Weather Code (ESoWC) comes to an end, Julia Wagemann describes how this online collaborative programme is helping ECMWF develop new and innovative software.
10 September 2018
Articles in this section present ECMWF’s involvement in diverse areas, including work to monitor the composition of our atmosphere and human CO2 emissions, initiatives to reduce exposure to weather-related disasters, and research into improving energy-efficiency in NWP models.
20 August 2018
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.
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.
|September 24-28||18th Workshop on high performance computing in meteorology|
|October 1-3||Training course: Use and interpretation of ECMWF products - OP-III|
|October 15-17||Annual meeting of the European Working Group on Operational meteorological Workstations (EGOWS)|
|October 30-31||2018 Workshop on developing Python frameworks for earth system sciences|
|January 28-30||APPLICATE General Assembly 2019|
|January 30 - February 1||Training course: Introduction to ECMWF job scheduler: ecFlow|
|February 4-8||Training course: ecCodes: GRIB and BUFR data encoding and decoding software|
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.