• 25 July 2017

    Registration for ECMWF’s Annual Seminar on ‘Ensemble prediction: past, present and future’ from 11 to 14 September 2017 remains open until 1 September.

  • 20 July 2017

    The summer 2017 issue of the ECMWF Newsletter is now available. As well as news about ECMWF staff and events, it features articles about new developments and the use that can be made of ECMWF products.

  • 17 July 2017

    The ECMWF-run Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) has released its most powerful global climate monitoring dataset to date, known as the ERA5 climate reanalysis.

  • 12 July 2017

    An upgrade of ECMWF’s Integrated Forecasting System (IFS) implemented on 11 July improves forecast skill in medium-range and monthly forecasts.

  • 30 June 2017

    ECMWF is now accepting applications for its 2018 training courses. The programme includes courses on numerical weather prediction, using ECMWF forecast products, and software packages and applications used for operational weather predictions.

  • 27 June 2017

    Fifty scientists met in the Italian city of Trieste from 5 to 9 June 2017 to explore seasonal predictability and teleconnections in the Earth system using OpenIFS, a version of ECMWF’s Integrated Forecasting System (IFS).

  • 22 June 2017

    ECMWF Member States, gathered in Reading for the 90th session of the Centre’s Council, have approved the proposal by the Italian Government and the Emilia Romagna Region to host ECMWF’s new data centre in Bologna.

  • 16 June 2017

    ECMWF makes supercomputer resources available to support innovative weather and climate research in its Member States. The deadline for applications under the Special Projects programme is 30 June.

  • 12 June 2017

    Leading World Meteorological Organization officials and experts in numerical weather prediction (NWP) came together at ECMWF on 8 June for a symposium to mark the departure of Erland Källén from the Centre after eight years as Director of Research.

  • 6 June 2017

    On 17 May 2007, ECMWF scientist Johannes Flemming initiated the Centre’s first atmospheric composition forecast. Ten years later the CAMS team continues to break new ground to keep improving what has become a successful operational service.

  • 2 June 2017

    ECMWF presented recent work on hydrological hazards during the second General Assembly of the EU-funded IMPREX project, which took place at the Centre from 31 May to 2 June.

  • 25 May 2017

    Work on exploiting new satellite instruments that will provide unprecedented details of the weather at different levels of the atmosphere is making good progress, an international meeting hosted by ECMWF has heard.

  • 22 May 2017

    Florence Rabier, ECMWF Director-General, and Pierre Bahurel, Mercator Ocean CEO, share their views about their organisations’ respective missions and expertise and common commitments in the EU’s Copernicus Programme.

  • 17 May 2017

    ECMWF’s OpenIFS model is being used in a workshop on ensemble forecasts at France’s École Nationale de la Météorologie (ENM) in Toulouse for the second year running after last year’s event proved a resounding success.

  • 15 May 2017

    ECMWF has begun to generate an extended two-year global dataset to support the World Meteorological Organization’s Year of Polar Prediction (YOPP). The start of production was timed to coincide with the official launch of YOPP in Geneva, Switzerland, on 15 May.

  • 9 May 2017

    Numerical weather prediction featured prominently in talks about climate change and extreme events at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna from 23 to 28 April 2017.

  • 3 May 2017

    New aircraft wind data could be fed into numerical weather prediction (NWP) models to boost the quality of forecasts, according to a group of experts who met at ECMWF from 24 to 26 April.

  • 26 April 2017

    How best to use satellite observations of microwave signals affected by clouds and precipitation in numerical weather prediction is a thorny problem. ECMWF scientists including Alan Geer have been working on it for many years – with remarkable success.

  • 12 April 2017

    The spring 2017 issue of the ECMWF Newsletter is now available. As well as news about ECMWF staff and events, it features articles about new developments and the use that can be made of ECMWF products.

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