Meetings and Events of Interests

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DatesMeetingImportant Deadlines
2019.08.12 - 2019.08.16CESM Polar Modeling Workshop
Boulder, CO, United States
With funding from National Science Foundation’s Office of Polar Programs, this workshop will target ~20 early career (graduate student, postdoc, < 7 years since Ph.D.) polar scientists to attend. CESM Polar Modeling Workshop participants will gain hands-on experience planning, designing, executing, and analyzing earth system modeling experiments to understand a changing Polar climate system and to explore better methods to integrate models and observations. Participants will engage in advanced activities focused specifically on capacity building for using CESM in polar research (e.g., sea ice, land ice, atmosphere, ocean, land, paleoclimate).
2019.09.02 - 2019.09.06JOYCE-CF Summer School on Ground-Based Microwave Remote Sensing
Bonn, Germany
The Jülich Observatory for Cloud Evolution Core Facility (JOYCE-CF) summer school addresses doctoral and advanced master's students in the field of atmospheric sciences with a focus on remote sensing applications. The summer school, which will be held at the University of Bonn, will include a mix of lectures and practical exercises.
Applications due June 10, 2019
2019.09.04 - 2019.09.06Arctic Futures 2050 Conference
2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC, United States
Arctic Futures 2050 Conference participants will include arctic scientists; Indigenous knowledge holders; policymakers; natural resource managers; and military, industrial, and other operators in the Arctic. Summary: Responding to rapid environmental change in the Arctic requires the combined efforts of Arctic scientists from many disciplines, diverse Indigenous knowledge holders, and policymakers from all levels of government. Arctic Futures 2050—convened by the Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH)—will be an international conference designed to enhance collaboration between those groups. Arctic Futures 2050 will explore these questions:
  • What do we know, and what do we need to know about the Arctic, and why does it matter?
  • What challenges confront policymakers in the rapidly changing Arctic?
  • What basic research is needed to inform responses to Arctic change?
  • What applied research is needed to inform responses to change?
  • What tools can facilitate informing policymaking with science and Indigenous knowledge?
  • What opportunities exist for partnerships between policymakers and scientists?
17 July: Extended Early-Bird Registration Deadline 2 August: Deadline for Conference Hotel Bookings
2019.09.11 - 2019.09.13MAC-MAQ Conference
550 Alumni Lane, Davis, CA, United States
The Meteorology and Climate - Modeling for Air Quality Conference brings together research scientists from around the world to discuss a wide range of topics related to meteorology for air quality applications.
2019.09.11 - 2019.09.13Meteorology and Climate - Modeling for Air Quality Conference
Meteorology and Climate - Modeling for Air Quality Conference
550 Alumni Lane, Davis, CA, United States
From September 11 to 13, the University of California, Davis, will host the Meteorology and Climate - Modeling for Air Quality (MAC-MAQ) Conference. The biennial event brings together research scientists, experts, and professionals from around the world to discuss topics related to meteorology for air quality applications. Early registration ends July 31.
Early registration ends July 31.
2019.09.25 - 2019.09.26AQUARIUS (Air QUAlity Research In the western U.S.) Workshop
1430 Presidents' Circle, Salt Lake City, UT, United States
The AQUARIUS (Air Quality in the Western U.S.) Workshop will focus on a future aircraft campaign in the winter of 2021/2022 to investigate wintertime PM in mountain basins of the western U.S.  This workshop is jointly funded by the NSF Atmospheric Chemistry Program and the NOAA Atmospheric Chemistry, Climate and Carbon Cycle Program. The goals of the workshop will be to: Identify measurements and the robust critical core airborne capabilities needed to enhance the fundamental understanding of wintertime PM within persistent cold air pools (PCAPs) including the oxidation chemistry, aerosol thermodynamics and interactions between atmospheric chemistry and meteorology within wintertime PCAPs. Identify measurements needed to constrain the emission ratios between PM precursors and GHGs across western basins with different levels of urbanization and agriculture. Identify emission inventories in need of constraint to improve and evaluate chemical transport models of wintertime PCAPs. Organize the community of researchers to develop a plan of action to coordinate efforts to address these needs. The registration deadline (and the last day to reserve a hotel room at the group rate) is August 23, 2019! There is no registration fee for this workshop. Note: For those scientists who are interested in attending but who have no funding sources with which to cover airfare and lodging costs, limited travel support funds may be available (with preference given to early career attendees). Please send a one-page description of your reasons for attending this workshop and why you require travel support to logan.mitchell@utah.edu by August 1, 2019.
2019.12.09 - 2019.12.132019 AGU Fall Meeting
2019 AGU Fall Meeting
800 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA, United States
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.

2020.02.13 - 2020.02.16AAAS 2020 Annual Meeting
705 Pike Street, Seattle, WA, United States
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.