Meteorology: a science for everyone

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With a rich program of conferences, theatrical performances, training and workshops for children, the National Conference of AISAMAnd Italian Association of Atmospheric and Meteorological Sciences.

The appointment with the fourth edition will take place at Aula Magna via Festa del Perdono – and simultaneously on the Zoom webinar – from February 15 to 19.

During the four days of the Congress, there will be 55 technical interventions and 87 “poster” presentations on various themes:

  • Ambient notes
  • prediction models
  • Data analysis and techniques to mitigate the effects of climate change
  • Air quality and urban meteorology
  • Environmental protection and weather warnings
  • extreme events
  • Hydrogeological and health balances.

Download the full program here

The “hot” topic will certainly be weather changeswith eight special events open to the general public, demonstrating the Congress’s desire to involve not only those who use weather and climate information for professional purposesMeteorological service forecasters, managers of environmental agencies, researchers and university professors, but also citizens, families, students and enthusiasts who are increasingly interested and sensitive to environmental issues.

Therefore, in the evening open to the public, we will talk about climate, science communication, disasters and meteorology, with an interesting excursion to workplaces and a lecture from master to masters. Ed Hawkins From the University of Reading, which has carried out important activities to restore old data. There will also be educational workshops and seminars for primary to secondary schools.

To participate or connect to the show, you must register on the Conference site. aisa.eu.

for a special eventSchool meets climateOn Saturday February 19, a separate booking form has been prepared for the following link.

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