Meetings and Events of Interests

Coming Up   All | 2018 | 2019

In the Past   All | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018

DatesMeetingImportant Deadlines
2018.07.09 - 2018.07.1315th Conference on Cloud Physics/15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation
Vancouver, Canada
The 15th Conference on Cloud Physics/15th Conference on Atmospheric Radiation is hosted by the American Meteorological Society and organized by the Committee on Cloud Physics and the Committee on Atmospheric Radiation. The conference is held every four years.

Abstract Deadline: March 7, 2018

Acceptance Emails Sent Out & Program is Posted: Late April 2018

Registration & Hotel Reservations Open: Late April 2018

Hotel Reservation Deadline: June 4, 2018

Pre-Registration Deadline: June 4, 2018

No Registration Refund After: July 1, 2018

Extended Abstract Deadline: August 10, 2018

2019.02.14 - 2019.02.18AAAS 2019 Annual Meeting
The American Association for the Advancement of Science is the world’s largest multidisciplinary science gathering, with exciting scientific sessions, renowned speakers, and valuable networking opportunities. Scientific session and career development workshop proposals are now being accepted for the AAAS Annual Meeting. The 2019 meeting will take place February 14-18, 2019 in Washington, D.C. The 2019 meeting theme—Science Transcending Boundaries—explores ways science is bringing together people, ideas, and solutions from across real and artificial borders, disciplines, sectors, ideologies, and traditions. They especially welcome proposals specifically addressing the interdisciplinary research challenges of:
  • Infection control (in addition to ‘traditional’ medical research into antimicrobial resistance, also addressing how the social sciences are used to understand how populations interact with the issue)
  • Living with environmental change (including how engineering, physics, earth and social sciences, finance and politics can help us as a species to successfully adapt)
  • Plastics and other waste (e.g. not just the scale of its spread and impact, but alternate technologies, reclamation, etc. – incorporating a mix of the physical, life and social sciences)
  • Food security (not just agricultural productivity, but food storage and distribution through transportation networks, better designed cities, reduced packaging and waste, and faster transit times from farm to fork)
  • Meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals (e.g. including international capacity building in research and education)
  • Research in areas ‘beyond sovereign governments’: deep oceans, upper atmosphere, space, polar regions (international collaboration, engineering, physics)