The European Space Agency (ESA), the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) with the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) are organising a fourth joint training course on Atmospheric Composition
Dates and links to join
- 28 – 30 September: Lectures (open to all interested participants)
Join us on Zoom, click on the dates here below to register, it will take less than a minute:
>> 28 & 29 September at 10:00 CEST
Lecturers: C. Clerbaux, LATMOS-CNRS; M. Doutriaux-Boucher, EUMETSAT; F. Fierli, EUMETSAT; P. Levelt, NCAR; C. Retscher, ESA; T. Shepherd, University of Reading; A.M. Sundstroem, FMI.
>> 30 September at 10:00 CEST
Lecturers: A. Inness, ECMWF; J. Marshall, DLR; M. Parrington, ECMWF.
For a full overview of the three days of lectures, you can download the Program of the School.
The lectures will be recorded and made available on this webpage.
For questions and interactions, we will be using Slido, join the discussion with the code #jointschool22.
- 4 – 6 October: Hands-on sessions (restricted to selected participants) Links to join the sessions and more information on the program will be shared with the group of selected attendees.
This event continues the series of joint schools on atmospheric composition organised since 2019.
Presentations and recordings
- F. Fierli, EUMETSAT with Organising Committee – Introduction. How the Copernicus program addresses monitoring and understanding air composition.
- T. Shepherd, University of Reading – The storyline approach to explaining extreme events and articulating plausible futures.
- C. Retscher, ESA, F. Fierli, EUMETSAT – ESA & EUMETSAT EO Activities.
- P. Levelt, NCAR- Air quality and greenhouse gas observations from space: indicators of human activity.
- A.M. Sundstroem, FMI – Basics of aerosol and trace gas retrievals from UV-VIS-type satellite instruments.
- M. Doutriaux-Boucher, EUMETSAT – Sustainable production of climate data records.
- C. Clerbaux, LATMOS-CNRS – What can we see using the IASI infrared remote sensor?
- J. Marshall, DLR – Global Climate Models for Chemistry and Aerosol
- M. Parrington, ECMWF – Emissions, wildfires, and monitoring atmospheric impacts
- A. Inness, ECMWF – Data Assimilation: Integrating satellite data into the CAMS global system
Recording of the third day of lectures.
2022 Fourth Joint School – Description
The school will present the state-of-the-art in atmospheric composition monitoring and modelling with a focus on chemistry and climate. It aims to provide an end-to-end overview of observations, remote sensing, modelling and science questions enhancing the capacity to access and analyse state-of-the-art datasets. The course also aims to foster collaboration amongst participants and encourage the development of individual and team projects using the data, resources and methodologies presented.
The school is of interest for early-career scientists, researchers from academia and research institutes, young scientists from industry, and anyone interested in atmospheric composition monitoring and modeling.
Format The school is taking place entirely online with 3 days of lectures and 3 days practical session distributed over two weeks. The school will consist of the following components: – webinars with keynote speakers, – open discussions, – step-by-step interactive data discovery, – team projects design and development.
Main topics of the school:
- Principles of atmospheric chemistry/dynamics and relevance on climate.
- Observational principles of remote sensing and in-situ.
- Principles of global and regional models, analysis and reanalysis.
- Review on key scientific results and open questions.
Lecturers and speakers
C. Clerbaux, LATMOS-CNRS
|J. Marshall, DLR
T. Shepherd, University of Reading
A.M. Sundstroem, FMI
|F. Fierli, EUMETSAT * M. Parrington, ECMWF* C. Retscher, ESA* C. Stewart, ECMWF* J. Wagemann, EUMETSAT*|
|Support: D. Gasbarra, ESA R. Ullucci, EUMETSAT|
|List of confirmed speakers
* Organising committee
Deadlines and contacts
** UPDATE **
Applications closed on 3rd Sept. The selection process is ongoing, candidates will be notified soon on their participation in the practical sessions (4-6 Oct.). In the meantime we are looking forward to meeting you all at the lectures (28 -30 Sept.). This first part of the school is open to all interested participants.
How to apply
Please fill in and submit the application form for the practical session (4-6 Oct) on the EUMETSAT training platform by 3 September 2022. In case you do not have an account on the platform, please follow the instructions shown in the course description to create one. You must register and log in to your personal account in order to send your application.