MeteoXchange 4-5 April 2024 – A Free Conference for Early Career Scientists
3rd MeteoXchange ECS Conference 2024
Mark your calendars! The MeteoXchange ECS Conference is back for its third edition, and is excited to invite you to join in on 4-5 April 2024 for an enriching virtual experience tailored for early career scientists in Atmospheric Sciences and related disciplines. The event is completely free of charge.
What to expect:
- Keynote Lectures
- Poster and Oral Sessions
- Social Events
- Optional Workshop in preparation for the conference
The MeteoXchange ECS Conference provides a platform for scientific exchange, networking, and collaboration—all at no cost to participants. The programme is designed to accommodate participants from various time zones, ensuring an inclusive experience for everyone. Stay tuned for more information on abstract submission and the final program. More information can be found on our website, www.meteoxchange.net
“Improve your presentation skills and dive into the world of scientific exchange in a friendly environment! Abstract submission will open in January 2024. We welcome abstracts from all fields related to atmospheric and climate sciences and from all backgrounds (Bachelor, Master, Phd…). Submit your abstract and be a part of the final programme tailored to participants from all time zones as best as possible. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with other young scientists and showcase your research. Mark your calendar, more information is coming soon!”
As in previous years, the organising team is working hard to offer a workshop on how to effectively present your science.
General conference information
The conference will again be fully online on the Gathertown platform. Further information on the programme, how to join and how to upload presentations and posters for the topics accepted will be sent out in due time to registered participants. For update information watch out at the 3rd Meteoxchange ECS Conference 2024 page
MeteoXchange ECS Conference Organizing Committee
Sebastian Berghald (Université Grenoble Alpes), Carola Detring (German Weather Service), Zeynep F. Ünal Dinç (Turkish State Meteorological Service), Julian Alberto Giles (University of Bonn), Marco Antonio Rivera Villacorta (Université Grenoble Alpes)