Melbourne 8–12 February 2021
Deadline Friday 31 July 2020
We’re calling for your expressions of interest. The main theme for AMOS 2021 is Science for Impact. This highlights the real world benefits science has, and can have, because of collaboration and partnerships.In addition to sessions on our fundamental understanding of the main areas of the weather, climate and ocean sciences (e.g. ocean, atmosphere, cryosphere and land surface processes) and the tools that these sciences employ (e.g. observations, modelling), we especially welcome proposed sessions that emphasise how the AMOS sciences have an impact in areas such as:
- Climate projections
- Weather forecasting
- Seasonal forecasting
- Extreme events
- Renewable energy
- Weather and climate impacts and risks
- Economics and business
- Social change
- Communicating the AMOS sciences
Call for presentation sessions
Deadline 31 July 2020
If you are interested in convening a session of presentations, we require the following information to be submitted via the Request for presentation session form by Friday 31 July 2020.
- session title;
- session description (150 words);
- main theme of the session proposal; and
- contact details for convenors.
Call for workshops, panel sessions and other activities
Deadline 31 July 2020
Would you like to get researchers together to discuss a particular scientific topic, or to demonstrate how to use a particular tool, analysis technique or dataset? Perhaps you’d like to hold an interactive Q&A session with a panel of experts? If so, we invite you to run an activity at AMOS 2021.
We require the following information to be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 31 July 2020:
- Activity title;
- Broad theme ( e.g. cloud physics, regional downscaling, engaging with stakeholders, education, professional development, etc.);
- Detailed description of the event to be posted on the website. Approx 150 words;
- Format: how you intend to run this activity e.g. Q&A, lecture, group exercise etc. while noting special equipment required (include online tools if required);
- Convenors, specify lead convenor, instructor, panel members, those involved in running the workshop; and
- Whether you would be able and willing to run the activity virtually, if necessary.
AMOS 2021 – Venue
At this stage we are planning to hold AMOS 2021 in Melbourne at the Melbourne Convention Centre. If we need to change the event format due to social distancing restrictions, the conference will be either moved entirely online or we will hold a hybrid event (online/local participation). In either case, will we try to make AMOS 2021 as interactive as possible. If you have any suggestions, please email Jeanette Dargaville at email@example.com.
AMOS 2021 – Early Registrations
AMOS is able to take early registrations for AMOS 2021 if you wish to use funding due to expire on 30 June 2020 (providing the rules of your funding allow). Please contact Jeanette Dargaville at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0404 471 143 if you wish to take up this offer or discuss further.