Sep 26 – 29, 2022
Royal Library of Belgium
UTC timezone

The 44th European Working Group on Limited-Area Modelling (EWGLAM) and 29th Short Range NWP (SRNWP) EUMETNET meetings, hosted by the Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium (RMI), will take place from 26-29 September 2022 in Brussels, Belgium.

The meeting will start at 09:00 on 26 September 2022 and is expected to end at 15:00 the latest on 29 September 2022. The first version of the programme will be distributed on 5 September 2022. 

Venue: Royal Library of Belgium, Mont des Arts 28, 1000 Brussels

The meeting will be organized in a hybrid form, thus remote participation will be possible. However, all participants, especially presenters are encouraged to participate in-person.

**There are currently no COVID-19 restrictions to travel to Belgium. Updates on the actual COVID-19 measures in the Brussels Capital Region can be found here.**


  1. We would like to ask all people desiring to attend the meeting to register through the online form below (Deadline: August 31st 2022), and to provide all the information requested.
  2. If you intend to present a national poster, please send the summary of your poster in one slide (preferably in pptx format) to Balazs Szintai ( (Deadline: September 15th 2022).
  3. Contributions to the thematic sessions in the form of 20-minute presentations (including questions) are welcome. If you intend to give a presentation, please contact the relevant person below according to the subject (Deadline: August 31st 2022):
Subject Contact information
Data assimilation
Dynamics and lateral boundary coupling
Link with applications
Physical parameterisation (upper air)

Predictability and EPS

Surface and soil processes (model and data assimilation)
System aspects

There are two hotel options which are located in the neighbourhood of the venue:
There is no block booking offered, but through online booking you can use the promotional code ‘EWGLAM22’ and get a discount of approx. -20%, applicable to all room types and without deadline.


Royal Library of Belgium
Mont des Arts 28, 1000 Brussels