Louise Arnal is a scientist with a lifelong love of art. Here she explores the relationship between art and science and talks about her involvement in a number of SciArt projects.
18 December 2018
Articles presenting ECMWF’s involvement in diverse areas, from our graduate training programme and support for national and international initiatives to information on publications such as our User Guide.
11 January 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.
The extreme snowfall seen in parts of Europe last weekend had high predictability, as highlighted by consistently high Extreme Forecast Index (EFI) and Shift of Tails (SOT) values for Saturday 5 January 2019 from as early as 31 December 2018.
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.
|January 16||Data Centre Relocation - Industry Day|
|January 21-23||ARISTOTLE-2 workshop|
|January 28-30||APPLICATE General Assembly 2019 and Early Career Event|
|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|
|February 11-14||Training course: Use and interpretation of ECMWF products (train the trainer)|
|February 25 - March 1||Training course: Predictability and ensemble forecast systems|
|March 4-8||Training course: Parametrization of subgrid scale processes|
|March 11-15||Training course: Data Assimilation|
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.