Meetings of Interest
|12 December 2022 - 16 December 2022||
2022 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting
The AGU Fall Meeting is the most influential event in the world dedicated to the advancement of Earth and space sciences. Every year, AGU Fall Meeting unites the Earth and space science community to share findings, connect like-minded scientists from around the world, and advance our profession and shared passion for the impact of science.
AGU Fall Meeting 2022 will be held in Chicago and online everywhere 12 – 16 December 2022. More than 25,000 attendees from more than 100 countries will convene to explore how Science Leads the Future. We will welcome a diverse community of scientists, students, journalists, policymakers, educators and organizations who are working toward a world where scientific discovery leads to scientific solutions, and where our global collaborations and partnerships can carry us into a sustainable future.
Meeting registration and housing opens for attendees: August 17, 2022
Online program is released: October 4, 2022
Abstract notifications are sent: October 4, 2022
Last day to join or renew your 2022 AGU membership to take advantage of discounted rates: November 2, 2022
Early bird registration ends: November 2, 2022
Last day to purchase ticketed events: November 2, 2022
Last day to confirm or withdraw an abstract from the scientific program: November 4, 2022
Last day to cancel registration and receive a full refund: November 8, 2022
Last day to reserve housing in the AGU hotel block: November 15, 2022
Last day to submit registration payment via check or wire transfer: December 1, 2022
Last day to change registration type from in-person to online (or vice versa): December 7, 2022
|8 January 2023 - 12 January 2023||
2023 American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting
The 2023 AMS Annual Meeting will be held 8–12 January 2023 in Denver, Colorado at the Colorado Convention Center.
The theme: Data: Driving Science. Informing Decisions. Enriching Humanity.
We observe, create, measure, simulate, collect, and process data at a prodigious rate, propelled by modern digital technology, and use it to create new knowledge and insights; inform and validate models and hypotheses; guide policies and decisions; and advance the scientific, environmental, and societal dimensions of the weather, water, and climate enterprise (WWC).
This theme uses data as the locus for interlinking heterogeneous disciplines across the WWC enterprise along braids of commonality to propel new science, expand and empower the stakeholder ecosystem across all sectors, and ameliorate bias and socioeconomic inequity, through the suffusion of both theory and data centric approaches.
ARM’s Surface Atmosphere Integrated Field Laboratory (SAIL) deployment in Colorado involves myriad measurements documenting the earth system processes that control water resources in the Western United States. A January 8 short course, aimed at a broad audience, will introduce students to ARM and SAIL. Attendees of this in-person short course in Denver, Colorado, will learn how to analyze ARM’s open data in the Python programming language.
ARM will cover the registration fee for a limited number of attendees. Those interested should fill out this form.
Abstract deadline: August 24, 2022
Early registration deadline: December 1, 2022
Last day to cancel registration and receive a full refund: December 15, 2022
SAIL short course: January 8, 2022