Welcome to the 32nd Nordic Meteorological Meeting
(NMM32) in Helsinki, 9-11 June 2020!
"R E S E A R C H → S E R V I C E S"
The 32nd Nordic Meteorological Meeting (NMM32) will take place in Helsinki, 9-11 June 2020.
The meeting is organized by the Finnish Meteorological Institute together with the Finnish Association of
Meteorology students called Synop and the Geophysical Society of Finland.
Every second year meteorologists from the Nordic countries get together in a meeting
in one of the Nordic countries.
This year meteorologists from the Baltic countries are also invited to the meeting.
The aim of the meeting is to provide an overview of the state-of-the-art in meteorology,
discuss problems and opportunities and exchange information on different meteorological topics.
The meeting is a great opportunity for researchers and operational forecasters to share
their knowledge and get to know each other.
Topics of this meeting are:
Contributions on all aspects of Nordic meteorology and climatology are welcome,
- Numerical weather prediction, forecasting and verification
- Impact based forecasting
- Arctic meteorology and climatology
- Climate Change information for adaptation
- Probability forecasts, calibration and post-processing
- Energy meteorology
- Education, training and communication in meteorology
- Atmospheric measurements (in situ and remote sensing)
also those beyond the topics above.
Registration is open until 9.4.2020. Link to the registration:
Abstracts, maximum one page, should contain a title, author(s)
and affiliation(s) as well as the abstract text itself.
Template for the abstracts:
Abstract should be delivered to email@example.com by the 31.3.2020.
In text field please specify do you prefer oral presentation or poster.
Suggested poster size is portrait orientated A0.
Download template here.
The conference fee including conference volume, coffee and snacks breaks,
conference dinner and the social event will be 150€, for students 75€.
Lunch is available at your own cost.
The conference will take place at the headquarters of FMI (Dynamicum building)
in Helsinki, Finland. Street address: Erik Palménin aukio 1, Helsinki.
Webpages will be updated continuously and further information about registration,
abstract and program are available here later.