From 27-30 June the 5th International Conference on Transport, Atmosphere and Climate (TAC-5) will take place in Bavaria, Germany. If you are also studying the impact of any means of transport on the atmosphere and on climate, do not miss the opportunity to participate. The deadline for submission of abstracts is 15 March 2022. You … Continue reading TAC-5 Conference 2022
Last Wednesday ALARM organized its 8th project meeting. There we hade the chance to advance with the Experimental Plan and discuss the ALARM potential solutions. One of them is a live alert system platform that focuses on early warnings. The other one will also provide nowcasts and forecasts of weather hazards. You can already see … Continue reading ALARM’s 8th project meeting
ALARM celebrated yesterday its Intermediate Review Meeing. The purpose was to assess the progress since the kick-off meeting and to steer the project in order to achieve the expected quality and maturity at the Final Review and Close-Out Meeting. We saw many improvements that are for sure a result of a great international teamwork.
START project has participated at the 2021 SESAR Innovation days. Check our video poster and download our poster: https://youtu.be/toKr3siW8SU 202112_SID_ALARM_EWS_posterDownload
On Nov. 24th (this Wednesday), we will be having our 2nd General Assembly meeting. We will review the technical progress during the first 12 months and prepare for the next 6 months. Find Below the agenda. ALARM_General_Assembly_meeting_2_AgendaDownload
For the first time since 1971, the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma (Canary Islands, Spain) started to erupt on 19 September 2021 at 13:10 UTC, more than a month ago. Together with the outflowing lava, the volcano emits ash and several gases, amongst these sulphur dioxide (SO2). Volcanic ash and SO2 are dangerous to … Continue reading Providing information on sulphur dioxide from the Cumbre Vieja eruption to aviation.
On October 27th, ALARM had its 7th Technical Board meeting.
Animation (20/09 to 28/09) of SO2 gas resulting from Cumbre Vieja eruption using RGB composite ASH from SEVERI.