The Swiss Society for Meteorology is part of a global community of 43 national meteorological societies and organisations that have released a Joint International Climate Communiqué on World Meteorological Day 2021 (23 March). Together we reiterate the critical importance of addressing climate change.Immagine: NASA
Meteorologische Zeitschrift (Contributions to Atmospheric Sciences; MetZet) is an international scientific journal that is jointly published by the meteorological societies of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It is now celebrating its 30th anniversary!Immagine: MetZet
The annual symposium followed by the general assembly of the Swiss Society for Meteorology (SSM) was held on Friday, 27 November, 13:30 - 18:00.
The Symposium & General Assembly 2019 of the Swiss Society for Meteorology was held on Friday, 8 November 2019 at the Alumni-Pavillon in Zurich.Immagine: Céline Portenier, SGM
Visit at Axpo on 3 Oktober 2019Immagine: Christoph Ritz
The young scientist award 2019 from the European Meteorological Socienty will be presented to Sebastian Schemm from ETH Zürich, Switzerland.
The Swiss society for Meteorology (SSM), the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), and MeteoSwiss organized a workshop about aeronautical meteorology at ZHAW Wintherthur
18 - 22 March 2019 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
The SSM is sponsoring StuMeTa for students
Am 14. September 2017 wurde von der SGM und dem Centre for Climate System Modeling (C2SM) ein Media-Workshop mit Beat Glogger durchgeführt.
Hans Hirter is a new honorary member of the Swiss Society for Meteorology.
The Swiss Society for Meteorology SGM has celebrated its centennial.
In 2016 the Swiss Society for Meteorology (Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Meteorologie, SGM) celebrates its 100th anniversary. The idea of this book is to give an overview of what has happened in the field of atmospheric sciences in Switzerland since the first systematic long-term meteorological observations until today.
Visit at the 'Föhn' exposition in Liechtenstein on 6 May 2016.