Tag: EUMETSAT

Insight into Jasmin Vural’s life as a fellow

Delving further into our continuing series on fellowships, we talked to Jasmin Vural, who is almost done with hers.

/ 15 June 2020

Vasileios Barlakas shares his experience as a fellow with us

Continuing our series on fellowships, we talked to Vasileios Barlakas, who is halfway through his and talked to us about his stint so far.

/ 4 June 2020

Aviation weather consultation onboard the RV Polarstern

In the final blog of the series, the students discuss aviation weather reporting for the safety of the helicopter crews coming and going on the mission.

/ 20 April 2020

Online learning opportunities

If you're in need of new learning materials for yourself or for your family, we've outlined some of the online training opportunities offered by EUMETSAT.

/ 2 April 2020

Discussing Iceland’s severe winter weather

Earlier this year, we had the pleasure of hosting Elín Björk Jónasdóttir, meteorologist at the Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO).

/ 18 March 2020

When an umbrella is not enough – discussing severe storms with Tomáš Púčik

On a recent visit to EUMETSAT, Tomáš Púčik (Researcher and Senior Trainer) kindly spent some time with us to explain what he does at the European Severe Storms Laboratory (ESSL) and discuss his passion for thunderstorms. 

/ 13 February 2020

Mission control engineering at EUMETSAT

Elena sat down with us to explain her responsibilities as a Mission Control Engineer for our "Inside EUMETSAT" series.

/ 4 December 2019

Inspiring ocean projects developed at Copernicus hackathon weekend

From 22-24 November, 10 teams from across Europe and beyond participated in the Copernicus "OceanHack challenge" in Tallinn, Estonia.

/ 27 November 2019

Sailors drop off ocean-monitoring buoys during trans-Atlantic race

The Transat Jacques Vabre yacht race is one of the big events in the offshore sailing calendar and is a tough race from Le Havre, France, across 8000km of the Atlantic Ocean to Salvador de Bahia, on the Brazilian coast. ...

/ 7 November 2019