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19th Cyclone Workshop

Synoptic and Mesoscale Meteorology

29 September - 4 October 2019

Seeon, Bavaria, Germany

The Cyclone Workshop provides a forum for discussions on current research topics in the field of synoptic and mesoscale meteorology.  The Workshop is organized by and for researchers and operational meteorologists, and covers a broad range of topics including:  extratropical cyclone lifecycles, global dynamics and energetics, severe local storms, tropical-extratropical interactions, tropical cyclone formation and forecasting, numerical modelling and predictability.  Presentations are 20 minutes long, giving enough time for each study to be presented in sufficient detail.  Time for discussion is also built into the program, as are a set of evening sessions that highlight current topics in the field.

Important Dates

Scientific Program Release

15 June 2019


Our Venue

The Kloster Seeon is a 12th century monastery that sits on its own island in Seeoner See (don’t be fooled, it’s still a lake), exuding peace and serenity into its surroundings.


For directions, pricing and links, check out venue details.


This year’s venue has been chosen for its unique blend of history, tradition, modern amenities, and excellent cuisine.  Located just over an hour away from Munich Airport, we look forward to welcoming you to an ideal venue for the Cyclone Workshop’s first steps beyond the North American continent.

Reservation and Registration

15 June 2019

Cyclone Workshop Begins

29 September 2019

Sponsors:  Waves to Weather (W2W) and LMU Munich