1. YESS & HIWeather webinar series

    High Impact Weather Project (HIWeather) is a 10-year research project established in 2016 by WMO’s World Weather Research Programme (WWRP). HIWeather is aimed at achieving dramatic improvements in the effectiveness of weather-related hazard warnings, following recent advancements in numerical weather prediction at km-scale and in disaster risk reduction. In this...
  2. Webinar for South American ECRs

    The YESS Community, lead by the South American representatives and members from the region, are organizing a webinar series on Career opportunities and experiences in Climate and Weather research for South American scientists. The first edition will be on August 26th at 3pm UTC and theme is From Latin America...
  3. YESS Science webinars

    YESS, lead by the Online Events WG, hosted a Science webinar series between June and July. The first webinar, From global mean sea level changes to land-atmosphere interactions, took place on June 25th. The speaker was Dr. Min-Hui Lo, from the National Taiwan University. The second webinar, Viewing Climate Signals through an AI lens,...
  4. YESS member has been selected to join WMO Research Board

    We are delighted to announce that Faten Bahar, YESS Executive Committee member, has been elected to be part of the World Meteorological Organization Research Board. The Research Board on Weather, Climate, Water and the Environment (Research Board) translates the strategic aims of WMO and decisions of Executive Council and Congress...
  5. YESS virtual coffee break

    The spread of COVID-19 during the past few weeks has a strong impact in our lives and we are all facing great challenges due to it. For years, YESS has been working to organize and enhance interactions among ECRs worldwide. In moments like this we believe that we can exploit all the...
  6. YESS elections 2020 – results

    We are happy to announce that YESS has a new generation of Executive Committee’s members and Regional Representatives. Both groups are elected by the YESS Council and have a major role in the community. The ExeCom is responsible for maintaining an overview, guiding YESS activities and is the contact point...
  7. YESS during COVID-19 crisis

    The spread of COVID-19 during the past weeks has a strong impact in our lives and we are all facing great challenges due to it. For years, YESS has been working to organize and enhance interactions among ECRs worldwide. In moments like this we believe that we can exploit all...
  8. YESS member at GASS panel

    YESS and the Global Atmospheric System Studies (GASS) panel are looking for an Early Career Researcher to be included in their leadership structure, the GASS panel. The GASS panel is an initiative from the Global  Energy and Water Exchanges (GEWEX), whose goal is to facilitate and support the international community...
  9. Call for applications

    “Water Cycle in a 1.5°C warmer world: interdisciplinary approaches” – Joint Early Career Researcher Workshop YESS-APECS-YHS, supported by WCRP and AGU & ‘under the auspices of the WCRP Climate Science Week‘December 7, 2019 @ AGU Fall Meeting, Afternoon (12.30-18.00) Application deadline has passed. The joint early career researchers (ECR) workshop...

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