Agenda van de seminaries

Alle voordrachten zullen plaats hebben om 14 uur in de conferentiezaal van het KMI.
Ringlaan, 3 - 1180 Brussel (Tel. : 02/373.05.08).

Atmospheric transport modelling and Bayesian inference to determine the source parameters of an atmospheric radioactive release - POSTPONED

Dr. Pieter De Meutter

"Fabification" of RMIB - POSTPONED

Dr. Nicolas De Coster

Climate Services at KNMI

Dr. Janette BESSEMBINDER - Department of Climate Services, KNMI

Meteor observations with the European ionosonde network

Dr. Tobias VERHULST - RMI@Dourbes

Timely information on local birch and grass pollen amounts in Belgium


Ground-based microwave radiometer for boundary layer profiling within the COST Action PROBE

Dr. Domenico CIMINI - National Research Council of Italy, Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis (CNR-IMAA), Tito Scalo (Potenza), Italy

Deep Learning for meteorology: First results and perspectives


What have we learned from our atmospheric research at Princess Elisabeth station Antarctica?

Dr. Alexander MANGOLD - RMI

MagQuest: the RMI award-winning proposal to improve the World Magnetic Model

Ir. François HUMBLED - RMI@Dourbes

ECOPROPHET Open Seminars

1. Introduction to ECOPROPHET project by Ivan Janssens (University of Antwerp) 2. Remote sensing of photosynthesis: challenges and opportunities by Youngryel Ryu (Seoul National University) 3. Measuring and understanding solar-induced fluoresce across scales by Uwe Rascher (Forschungszentrum Jülich) 4. Integrating satellite-derived LAI into the ISBA model: a sequential data assimilation approach by Jean-Christophe Calvet (Météo-France) 5. Intercomparison of satellite-derived spring phenology since the early 2000s using data from multiple sources by Qiang Liu (Peking University)

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