SIS AGM and History of Meteorology Symposium [POSTPONED]

Please note: this meeting and the 2020 AGM have been postponed owing to the corona-virus outbreak.

New dates for the AGM and the joint meeting with the Worshipful Company of Scientific Instrument Makers and the Royal Meteorological Society meeting will be publicized in due course. Existing bookings for the one-day meeting will be honoured, or refunded in full upon request.

The weather, measur’d:400 years of meteorological instrument technology

Barograph clock made by Alexander Cumming, London, England, 1766. Consists of compensated pendulum regulator clock. Science Museum Group Collection © The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum (Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 Licence)

A joint meeting between the Worshipful Company of Scientific Instrument Makers, the Royal Meteorological Society and the Scientific Instrument Society will be held on Saturday 13 June 2020 at Glaziers’ Hall in London.

The meeting will cover the history and development of meteorological instruments, from the 17th to the 21st centuries, covering thermometers, barometers and wind measurements, and their applications. The SIS 2020 AGM will also be held on this date.

Full programme details, session abstracts and speaker biographies (pdf).

The SIS delegate fee for this one-day meeting is £34 per head, including morning and afternoon refreshments and a buffet lunch. (There is no charge for SIS members to attend the AGM only).

Prior registration is required: please use the booking form (pdf), or sign up online here:

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