This year’s atmospheric science conference (ASC) The 2022-23 program will bring together atmospheric scientists from across the UK for three meetings with the overall theme of ‘atmospheric science for society‘.
THE SC offers a unique opportunity to bring together the UK atmospheric science community to share sector-wide updates, inspire new ideas and form collaborations. The conference creates space to discuss groundbreaking findings, global context, multidisciplinary work, and scientific applications.
It is an important opportunity to collectively reflect on the future and recognize how the atmospheric science community is addressing the societal challenges of climate change, air pollution and weather hazards.
The ASC is committed to fostering an inclusive community and ensuring environmental sustainability in all of its activities, including removing barriers to participation and providing a range of ways to contribute and get involved.
This time around, delegates will come together in person and online to cultivate collaborations and pathways to real-world impacts, using a combination of workshops, networking sessions, short lectures and plenary speakers.
People from all fields of atmospheric science and related sectors are encouraged to save these dates and join the conference on:
- Wednesday 6 July 2022, full day, Manchester
- Tuesday, November 22, 2022, online
- Tuesday, March 21, 2023, online
In support of the overall theme of “Atmospheric Science for Society”, the three events will broadly include contributions covering: research on climate change, air pollution and weather hazards; solutions that help businesses, decision makers and society; developments in observation and data facilities and technologies; new areas and applications of atmospheric science.
The Atmospheric Science Conference is proudly organized by the National Center for Atmospheric Science and the Royal Meteorological Society.
For more information, please visit www.atmosphericscienceconference.uk
You can also follow the ASC on social media using #AtmosScienceConference2022 and #ASC2022.