The conference brings together AI researchers and environmental scientists, with the goal of fostering collaboration between the two groups. We aim to increase the understanding and use of AI techniques in the environmental sciences and to demonstrate the wide range of open problems in the environmental sciences. AI encompasses a broad field of computational intelligence disciplines including data mining, machine learning, statistical learning, self-organizing systems, evolutionary learning and expert systems.
The theme for the 2017 AMS Annual Meeting is “Observations Lead the Way.” Therefore, we particularly welcome contributions that employ AI techniques to improve sensor placement, quality control or other applications related to observations. In addition, we invite submissions on topics related to artificial intelligence and its applications to environmental science.
Data Analysis: Big Data Analytics in the Ocean/Weather/Climate Enterprise (Joint with the Third Symposium on High Performance Computing for Weather, Water, and Climate)
Advances in Numerical Weather Prediction, Ensemble Modeling and the Use of Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Support of Aviation, Range and Aerospace Operations (NWP, Ensemble Modeling, AI) (Joint between the 18th Conference on Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Applications in real-world Hydrologic Problems: How much did it rain? (Joint between the 31st Conference on Hydrology)
Regional climate modeling (Joint between the 31st Conference on Hydrology)
Statistical and artificial intelligence/machine learning applications in the energy sector (Joint between the Eighth Conference on Weather, Climate, Water and the New Energy Economy)
The NOAA Big DataCRADAs. An Update and a Look at the Opportunities They Pose for the AMS Community and Its Members (Joint between the 33rd Conference on Environmental Information Processing Technologies)
The $95 abstract fee (payable by credit card or purchase order) is refundable only if your abstract is not accepted.
Your fee includes your abstract, extended abstract (optional), and your recorded oral presentation posted to the online program which is available to all visitors for free.
The organizers of the Artificial Intelligence Conference are pleased to offer partial travel grants for two students ($500 each). They will also provide cash awards for outstanding student oral ($200 first place, $150 second place, $100 third place) presentations at the conference. Students who wish to be considered for these awards must be the first author, presenting their own work, and need to indicate their competition entry when submitting their abstract. The outstanding paper awards will be based on originality of research and quality of presentation delivery. Students who would like to be considered for partial travel support should also indicate so when submitting their abstract and may be asked to submit justification for these need-based funds. Further details will be provided on the AMS website.