Meetings of Interest
|9 December 2019 - 13 December 2019||
2019 AGU Fall Meeting
The AGU Fall Meeting is the largest international earth and space science meeting in the world. After two dynamic meetings in New Orleans and Washington, D.C., the event returns to the Moscone Center in San Francisco to celebrate the past and inspire the future during AGU’s Centennial.
Mid-July 2019: Town hall and workshop proposal notification letters are sent.
Wednesday, 31 July 2019: Abstract submissions close.
August 2019: Fall Meeting Program Committee allocates and schedules sessions. At least one convener for each session (an AGU member) must be available to discuss mergers of sessions.
Early October 2019: Authors are notified of the acceptance, format, and schedule of their abstracts. The official scientific program is made available.
October 2019 through AGU Fall Meeting: The final program is developed based upon withdrawals and presenter moves, if necessary.
|12 January 2020 - 16 January 2020||
2020 American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting
Sessions for the 100th AMS Annual Meeting are being announced. If you will be leading a session relevant to the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) user facility or Atmospheric System Research (ASR) program, please let us know. We are collecting this information to be shared on the ARM and ASR websites as they are provided.
|13 February 2020 - 16 February 2020||
AAAS 2020 Annual Meeting
Envisioning Tomorrow’s Earth: “The scientific endeavor has been at the forefront in developing innovations which have improved life on Earth in immeasurable ways. Now, life on this planet is facing new challenges from both nature and the built world, and scientific application is our best tool with which to react. By drawing on our current understanding of the world, and bravely experimenting with forward-thinking visions, the scientific community needs to respond with discoveries and developments to help solve many pressing problems. Learn more about the 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting.
|16 June 2020 - 19 June 2020||
Improvement and Calibration of Clouds in Models
The goal of this workshop is to discuss and share the latest improvements of atmospheric parameterizations for the representation of clouds with a focus on turbulence, convection, cloud, microphysics and radiation. This concerns any type of models: regional or global models with numerical weather prediction or climate applications. Topics will include: