Call for abstracts extended until Nov 15th
When submitting an abstract, please align it with one of the five focus themes to the extent possible:
Topic 1: Looking toward global storm-resolving climate simulations – from HD(CP)² to DYAMOND and related activities
Topic 2: Insights on clouds and precipitation from recent and planned field studies - from NARVAL, NAWDEX, SOCRATES, EUREC⁴A, MOSAIC, and (AC)³
Topic 3: Technical advances for simulating, computing and observing clouds and precipitation - reports from EarthCARE, AEOLUS, LASSO, BCO, mixed precision and stochastic computing
Topic 4: Coupling of aerosols, clouds and precipitation to circulations systems or the environment - insights from RCEMIP, ETIN-MIP, COOKIE, and other modeling studies
Topic 5: Progress in understanding and representing unresolved processes in storm-resolving simulations – inside views from soil-hydrology, microphysics, turbulence, and radiation as well as insights from measurements, machine learning and more fundamental models and theory
Please follow the submission guidelines:
- Please submit your abstract here. If you do not have an indico account yet, you need to create one. The confirmation might take up to one day. Members of the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology can login via their usual MPI login (use 'Login with LDAP').
- Your abstract should include title, authors and affiliations. The abstract text is limited to 400 words.
- First indicate all authors. After that you can assign the roles author/co-author/speaker by using the wheel icon right of the authors.
- You can only identify one author as the presenter.
- During abstract submission please indicate the focus topic ('track') of your contribution.
- Authors are allowed to submit more than one abstract, but they need to be on different topics. However, it is not guaranteed that all abstracts will be accepted due to capacity limits.
- Select your preference for oral or poster presentation. There is no guarantee for an oral presentation, you may be offered a poster presentation instead.
- Please note that your contribution may be moved to another topic if necessary.
- You will be able to modify your abstract until the abstract submission deadline.
- Abstract submission does not register you for the conference. There will be a separate registration fee.
- Decisions on abstract acceptance will be made latest by 26 November 2018.
- Conference registration can only be done after abstract acceptance. The link for the registration will be sent along with the acceptance e-mail.