The European Space Agency (ESA), the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), and the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) are organising a first joint training course on Atmospheric Composition with a focus on air quality.
|Present the state of the art in air quality monitoring, the societal impact and needs
Enhance the capacity on data access and analysis of existing and new satellite data
products and monitoring services
Foster participants driven personal and team projects
Early career scientists and service providers in the area of atmospheric pollution data
analysis from member states of the EU and the hosting agencies including associated
countries. Applications from all other countries are also welcome, while acceptance is
subject to space availability.
Round table discussions
Projects design, development and presentations
Effects of air quality on human health
Air quality measurements from satellites
Air quality measurements from non-satellite platforms
Data quality, calibration and validation
New missions and new products
Software and programming targeted on air quality applications
Pre-requisites and preparation phase
No specific pre-requisites are requested
Students are advised to make themselves familiar with data in order to maximise the
learning success and to shape their short projects to be developed during the course.
For this an on-line phase will take place 2 weeks before the course. Furthes updates
will be provided to the course participants
Dates and Location
Cluj-Napoca is the fourth town in Romania, one of main cultural, academic and economic centers with an unique historical heritage. Cluj-Napoca is served with a well-connected international airport and frequent train lines.
Programme and Lecturers
Lecturers and Instructors
|O. Tarasova, WMO||N. Ajtai, U. Babeș-Bolyai||M. v. Roozendael, BIRA-IASB|
|H. Eskes, KNMI||A. Cede, Luftblick||V.-H. Peuch, ECMWF – CAMS|
|R. Munro, EUMETSAT||F. Fierli, EUMETSAT||C. Zehner, ESA|
|C. Retscher, ESA||S. Niemeijer, S&T||M. Razinger, ECMWF|
|A.M. Sundstrom, FMI –
|J. Wagemann, U. Marburg||G. De Leeuw, FMI|
Language, Fees, Grants
The official language of the workshop is English. No participation fees will be charged. Limited number of partial grants for travel support are available.
Deadlines and contacts
|9 September, 2019|
|16 September, 2019|
|15 October, 2019|
|On-line phase and final program on-line||16 October, 2019|