Schedule of Spring 2017 Lectures & Events
16 February: Space Weather: Origins and Impacts – Dr Sophie Murray, Research Fellow at Trinity College Dublin
16 March: The Tellus Survey: Mapping the Ground from the Air – Dr James Hodgson, Geophysics Programme Manager for the Tellus Project, Geological Survey Ireland
27 April: Climate Ireland - Supporting Decision Making Under an Uncertain Climate Future – Barry O’Dwyer, PhD, Senior Post Doctoral Researcher, MaREI Centre, Beaufort Building - Environmental Research Institute (ERI), University College Cork
27 April at 7.15 pm: The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Irish Meteorological Society will take place on Thursday.
Schedule of Summer 2017 Lectures & Events
Irish Meteorological Society Field Trip to:
Hook Head Lighthouse and John F. Kennedy Arboretum, Co. Wexford
1 June: Annual Guest Lecture - The Activities of ECMWF, with a focus on Severe Weather Prediction. Tim Hewson, European Centre for Medium-range Weather Forecasts, Reading, UK.
22 June at 18:30: Irish National Flood Forum: Blackpool Community Flood Warning System
Public Talk - Thursday 22nd June 2017
Custom House, Dublin at 18:30 (Refreshments from 18:00)
The speakers,Tadhg O’Leary, Blackpool Flood Resilience Group and Tony Maguire, Chartered Engineer, will describe the background to a community initiative to develop a local flood warning system for the River Bride at Blackpool, Cork.
Schedule of Lectures & Events for Autumn 2017
Tuesday 5th Sep 2017: Outreach Evening Event:
The AGMET Group in association with the Irish Meteorological Society
The Inaugural Tom Keane Memorial AGMET Lecture
Venue: Lecture Theatre at the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin 9.
Date: Tuesday 5th Sep 2017 ; Time: 7pm – 8.30pm
Guest Speaker: Gerald Fleming, Head of General Forecasting Disvision, Met Éireann
Topic: A Perspective on AGMET
Note: The full programme for this special evening event will be announced shortly.
Optional: Guided Tour of Botanic Gardens [5.30pm – 6.20pm] - Tour fee is €5 per person, payable to guide.
Registration: Tea/Coffee: c. 6.30pm