Meetings of Interest
|26 September 2022 - 30 September 2022||
Metrology for Climate Action Workshop
The Metrology for Climate Action virtual workshop, hosted by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (Bureau international des poids et mesures) and the World Meteorological Organization, is open to experts and stakeholders active in the fields of climate science, observations, GHG mitigation and measurement, modelling, and measurement science willing to contribute to the development of recommendations on key technical challenge areas for metrology in these fields.
Register for the workshop here.
Abstract Deadline: June 30, 2022.
|3 October 2022 - 7 October 2022||
American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR) 40th Annual Conference
The 40th AAAR Annual Conference is scheduled for October 3 to 7 in Raleigh, North Carolina. Visit the organizer’s website for key dates and deadlines.
An exciting array of Plenary Lectures, Special Symposia, Poster Sessions, Oral Platform Sessions, Tutorials, and Special Events will take place from Monday through Friday at 12:30pm. Our Tutorial Chairs, Yue Zhang and Michael Schuit, have put together a list of 18 Tutorials on a wide range of aerosol science topics. It is set to include some new topics as well as some of our old favorites. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday morning will all start with an 8am Plenary Lecture. Our outstanding lineup of Speakers includes John Volckens, Sarah Henderson, and Jeff Siegel. This year we will try something new for Friday by having our Plenary Lecture close the Conference. This Plenary, which will be delivered by Susanne Hering, will be part of a group of activities the History of Aerosol Science Working Group is helping to coordinate to celebrate 40 years of AAAR.
The technical program will feature parallel Platform and Poster Sessions being seamlessly blended together by our 20 Working Group Chairs and Vice Chairs. We will have 4 Special Symposia designed to bridge multiple areas and promote cross-disciplinary interaction on the following topics:
|17 October 2022 - 17 October 2022||
On October 17, 2022, DOE’s Atmospheric Radiation Measurement user facility and DOE’s Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) will co-host a virtual workshop discussing ideas and opportunities to improve understanding of coupled land-atmosphere processes.
Atmospheric and earth systems scientists are welcome to join an open and virtual workshop, “Chemical processing across scales at land-atmosphere interfaces.”
Co-hosts are the U.S. Department of Energy’s Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) user facility and Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL). This workshop will discuss, refine, and collect feedback from members of the Atmospheric System Research (ASR) and Environmental System Science (ESS) program communities about ideas and opportunities to improve understanding of coupled land-atmosphere processes.
Discussion topics include:
For more information, the agenda, and contact information, visit the workshop event page.
|24 October 2022 - 27 October 2022||
2022 ARM/ASR Joint Meeting
The 2022 Joint Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) User Facility/Atmospheric System Research (ASR) Principal Investigators (PI) Meeting will be held in-person (in Rockville, MD) and virtually.
The Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) User Facility provides the climate research community with strategically located in situ and remote sensing observatories designed to improve the understanding and representation, in climate and earth system models, of clouds and aerosols as well as their interactions and coupling with the Earth’s surface. The Atmospheric System Research (ASR) program supports an improved understanding of key cloud, aerosol, precipitation, and radiation processes that affect the Earth’s radiative balance and hydrological cycle, especially processes that limit the predictive ability of regional and global models. ASR has four priority research areas that correspond to atmospheric regimes with large uncertainties in Earth system prediction: aerosol processes, warm boundary-layer processes, convective processes, and high-latitude processes. The ASR principal investigators (PIs) are an important user group for the ARM facility, contributing 75% of scientific publications resulting from ARM data.
The 2022 joint user facility/PI meeting will provide a venue for ASR PIs and ARM scientific facility users to report on progress from their research and provide input on scientific priorities, needs, and gaps to the ARM facility.
The 2022 meeting will include plenary sessions, breakout sessions, and poster sessions for ASR scientists and ARM facility users to present their research results and for the ARM facility to present updates on ARM capabilities. Additionally, the meeting will provide opportunities for informal networking and for ARM users to interact with ARM facility staff and learn more about ARM capabilities.
The meeting will be a hybrid in-person and virtual meeting. Plenary and breakout sessions will allow participation by both in-person and virtual attendees. The meeting will have both in-person and virtual poster sessions. In-person poster presenters are encouraged to also submit an electronic version of their poster before the meeting so that virtual attendees may view it during the meeting.
The DOE Office of Science (SC) is fully committed to fostering safe, diverse, equitable, and inclusive work, research, and funding environments that value mutual respect and personal integrity. Effective stewardship and promotion of diverse and inclusive workplaces that value and celebrate a diversity of people, ideas, cultures, and educational backgrounds is foundational to delivering on the SC mission. The scientific community engaged in SC-sponsored activities is expected to be respectful, ethical, and professional. For more information, please see the SC Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion web page.
Registration opens: July 11, 2022
Breakout session submission deadline (breakout submission form): July 18, 2022
Abstract submission deadline (poster abstract submission site): August 15, 2022
Hotel room block deadline: October 3, 2022
Registration changes / cancellation deadline: October 9, 2022
|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.
Abstract deadline: August 24, 2022