Satellite and Mesoscale Analysis of Satellite Images 2016

Satellite and Mesoscale Analysis of Satellite Images 2016

Start Date: 04.10.2016
End Date: 02.12.2016

Registration link: Click here.
Registration deadline: 25.07.2016

The EUMeTrain – EUMETSAT – Eumetcal course on Synoptic and Mesoscale Analysis of Satellite Meteorology is teaching you how to operationally parse a satellite image into conceptual models.

Analysing a satellite image in terms of conceptual models is the best way to learn to retrieve a 3D or even a 4D (with time being the fourth dimension) mental weather picture.

The course is designed for operational forecasters and meets the requirements of the WMO.

Distance phase: 04 October – 25 November 2016 (about 30 hours).
Classroom phase: 28 November – 02 December 2016 (4.5 days, about 40 hours).
Classroom session in DWD Training and Conference Centre (BTZ), Langen, Germany

Participation modes
Students are divided in into two different levels:
-FULL student (attends BOTH distance and classroom phase)
-ONLINE student (attends the distance phase ONLY)

Please consider the following rule:
A maximum of TWO online students from each applying organisation are allowed, under the mandatory condition that at least one full student is accepted from the same Organization.

Minimum amount of full students required: 12
Maximum amount of full students allowed: 20
Maximum amount of online students allowed: 30

Priority will be given to participants from Eumetcal member organization.

Tuition fee:
500 EUR – for each full student No fee required for online student.

Additional details

Below a PDF document with all facts about the course: