Information For

All Attendees

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First-time Attendees

We are excited to have you join us in Austin for your first AMS Annual Meeting! Here are some tips to help you make the most of it.

Authors and Presenters

Congratulations - you've been selected to present at the AMS 98th Annual Meeting! Find out all of the information you'll need to give a successful presentation in Austin, whether it is an oral presentation or poster presentation.

Abstract Authors

You've decided to share your science at an AMS Annual Meeting—great! Here's how!


Are you a company or organization related to weather, water, and climate? Our attendees range from undergraduate students to the top experts in YOUR field – and they want to meet you in the exhibit hall!

Teacher or scientist?  We'd love to have you staff a booth that can capture the imagination of children of all ages with hands-on, interactive experiments and demostrations at WeatherFest! 


The AMS cordially invites you to consider the variety of different opportunities for additional exposure for your company or organization.


Promote your product or service by advertising in the Bulletin of the AMS (BAMS) or the Annual Meeting Program.


Press credentials are required for access to all conferences, special programs, and exhibits. Register in advance or on site in the Press Room.


Attending the AMS Annual Meeting is an important step in your career path. Check out special opportunities and awards available to students.


There are several opportunities at the 2018 American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting for teachers in Austin, TX. 

Program Chairs

The AMS thanks the many tireless volunteers who help make our Annual Meeting possible.  Here are resources for our program chairs, who organize our technical sessions.