Eötvös Loránd University
 Institute of Geography and Earth sciences
Department of Meteorology
Address: H-1117 Budapest, Pázmány P. sétány 1/A      E-mail: metnimbus.elte.hu
Postal address: H-1518 Budapest, P.O. Box 32.        Phone: +36 (1) 372-2945 Fax: +36 (1) 372-2904
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Events, programs, lectures:
  • 2019, January 28
    Prof. Johannes Feddema (Chair, Department of Geography, University of Victoria, Kanada) had a presentation, titled: Climate Classification systems as a tool for representing climate change.

    The abstract of the presenation, the material of the presentation is available HERE.
  • 2018, September 4
    Dr. Louis Uccellini (Director of National Weather Service, NOAA) had a presentation at the Pannex workshop.
    The material of the presentation is available HERE.
  • 2015, April 09-11
    Prof. Thomas Foken (University of Bayreuth, Department of Micrometeorology) will give a short course on micrometeorology
    - April 9, 2 PM, Actual Questions of Micrometeorology (Hungarian Meteorologcal Service, Kitaibel Pál str. 1)
    - April 10, 11-12:30, The Eddy-Covariance Method (Northern Building, 7.15)
    - April 10, 14-15:30, Footprints (Northern Building, 7.15)
    - April 11, 10:30-12, Fluxes in and above Tall Vegetation (Faculty Council room, 7.21)
  • 2014, October 1
    Based on his international scientific results, longtime fruitful cooperation with Hungarian scientists and promoting the educational and research activities of the Department of Meteorology, the Council of Faculty of Sciences of the University of Eötvös Loránd, donated the Registered Medal of Faculty to Professor Mark A. Sutton .

  • 2014, April 08, 2 PM
    dr. Tom Beer, from CAWCR (Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research) will give a lecture on:
    Climate Variability and Change: An Australian Perspective
    - Location: ELTE TTK, Északi Tömb Orvtay room (0.81)
    - lecture notes available HERE
  • 2013, October 07
    Michel Jarraud, Secretary-General of the WMO (World Meteorological Organization) visits the Department of Meteorology