To keep this page clear and not overfilled, we only list the Meetings with a short abstract. To get some more information and the presentation visit the individual meeting sites.
14.01.2022 – 7th MeteoMeet – LMU Munich, Germany
The first meeting in 2022 took place right at the beginning of January. Prof. Bernhard Mayer presented the research groups at the LMU in Munich and gave deeper insights into his work.
10.12.2021 – 6th MeteoMeet – University of Cologne, Germany
The last meeting in 2021 took place on 10th December and gave us insights into current research in meteorology from the University of Cologne. This time, Prof. Susanne Crewell presented the university and was also available for questions.
19.11.2021 – 5th MeteoMeet – IMK Karlsruhe, Germany
The fifth MeteoMeet meeting took place on 19.11.2021. Prof. Corinna Hoose gave a short insight into the KIT in Karlsruhe and briefly introduced the working groups of the IMK.
08.10.2021 – 4th MeteoMeet – University Leipzig, Germany
The fourth MeteoMeet was held on Friday 08th October 2021. As usual the meeting was started with a short introduction about research activities from a Germany University. This time Prof. Quaas presented slides about the studies at the University Leipzig and gave a short introduction in current research at their institute. Unfortunately, the presentation slides are only available in German here.
03.09.2021 – 3rd MeteoMeet @ EMS Annual Meeting 2021
As part of the EMS Annual meeting, there was an Icebreaker for Early Career Scientists organised by MeteoXchange. There, the MeteoXchange project was briefly presented as well as the activities of UPAS by Insa Thiele-Eich and ECS activities of RMetS by Liz Bentley.
23.08.2021 – 2nd MeteoMeet – IMUK Hannover, Germany
The meeting was started with a short introduction from the Leibniz University Hannover. The research groups from Prof. Seckmeyer (Radiation and Remote Sensing) and Prof. Maronga and Prof. Raasch (Boundary- layer Meteorology) presented their works.
15.07.2021 – 1st MeteoMeet – JGU Mainz, Germany
The first MeteoMeet event was a succesful launch with a short presentation of Prof. Hoor from the JGU Mainz. He presented the current research project “TPChange”.