Aerosol, Cloud, Precipitation, and Climate Workshop


17 May 2023 - 19 May 2023

This year’s ACPC workshop will be held on May 17-19, 2023 at Texas Southern University in Houston, TX and online. The first day will be devoted to deep convective studies, the second day to shallow cloud studies and the final (half) day to cross-cutting work and future planning. The ACPC workshop will be preceded by a TRACER Science Workshop on May 16, 2023.

ACPC aims at a better scientific understanding of the interactions between aerosols, clouds, precipitation, and climate at a fundamental level. The goal is to identify, disentangle, and quantify signals of impacts of aerosol perturbations on clouds, precipitation, and radiation, considering adjustments and feedback processes by synergistically exploiting observations and models across scales.

ACPC has two working groups: one for shallow clouds and one for deep convective clouds. We would like to invite you to submit titles/abstracts of presentations (oral or poster) in topics relevant to ACPC themes for shallow and deep clouds. Priority will be given to those presentations that align with the current ACPC roadmaps. We are also especially interested in presentations that offer new directions for the ACPC initiative or new approaches in advancing ACPC science.

Important Deadlines

March 15: Abstract deadline