‘And now, the weather’ Mr Peter Gibbs, Freelance Broadcaster, UK Peter Gibbs is a former BBC Weather Presenter and enthusiastic amateur gardener with more than 30 years’ experience as a professional Met Office forecaster. He chairs BBC Radio 4’s ‘Gardeners’ Question Time’ and is a regular reporter on the Radio 4 environment series ‘Costing the […]Read more "REMS ‘AT HOME’: METEOROLOGY"
Meteorological observations Mr David Richardson, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, UK David Richardson is Head of the Evaluation Section at ECMWF. He has over 30 years’ experience in weather forecasting research and operations, including use and monitoring of the global observing system, development of numerical weather prediction models, ensemble forecasting, products and tools for […]Read more "REMS ‘AT HOME’: METEOROLOGY"
Atmospheric dynamics Professor Joanna Haigh, Imperial College London, UK Before her retirement in 2019 she was Professor of Atmospheric Physics at Imperial College London, and co-director of the Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment. She is a former head of the Department of Physics at Imperial College London. She is also a Fellow […]Read more "REMS ‘AT HOME’: METEOROLOGY"
Thermal physics of the atmosphere Professor Maarten Ambaum, University of Reading, UK Maarten Ambaum is Professor of Atmospheric Physics and Dynamics at the University of Reading and former Head of Department at the Department of Meteorology in Reading. He has a degree in theoretical physics from the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. His research interests […]Read more "REMS ‘AT HOME’: METEOROLOGY"
History – an introductory overview The emergence of numerical weather prediction: fulfilment of a dream and realisation of a fantasy Professor Peter Lynch, University College Dublin, Ireland Peter Lynch is an Irish meteorologist, mathematician, blogger and book author. His interests include numerical weather prediction, dynamic meteorology, Hamiltonian mechanics, the history of meteorology, and the popularisation […]Read more "REMS ‘AT HOME’: METEOROLOGY"
The London & South East Branch of REMS organised a meeting in January 2020 as part of their highly popular series of ‘At Homes’. The topic on this occasion is Meteorology and this is a joint meeting with the Institute of Physics. There were presentations by industry-leading experts covering the historical aspects of modern-day meteorology, […]Read more "REMS ‘At Home’: Meteorology"