35th Conference on Environmental Information Processing Technologies

Abstract Submissions

Abstracts were due on August 8, 2018.

Author and Presenter Instructions

The 35th Conference on Environmental Information Processing Technologies (EIPT) is sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and organized by the AMS Committee on Environmental Information Processing Technologies.

Topics Covered

Papers for this conference are solicited on:

  • AWIPS system updates; 
  • application of autonomous observing platforms to enhance our understanding of the atmosphere and ocean: observations, impacts, indicators, and understanding change; 
  • cloud computing for environmental data processing and display: promise vs. practice; 
  • data in, information out: crowdsourcing tools for gathering and distributing climate, weather, marine, and hydrological data; 
  • data stewardship: finding, accessing, and using data online; 
    EIPT posters; 
  • GIS and the four C’s of contextualize, collaborate, convey, and cloud;
  • interagency coordination within the federal weather enterprise; 
  • international hazards: what’s the risk?; 
  • quasi-operational products you can use now: the view from the dry and wet side; 
  • radar technologies and applications; 
  • resilience, communication, and decision support for extreme events; 
  • services update; 
  • software engineering and cyberinfrastructure for environmental processing;  
  • visualization techniques for climatology and meteorology;
  • and weather and roads: incorporating resiliency to extreme weather events into the surface transportation system.

Joint Sessions

Papers are also solicited for a Themed Joint Session on:

  • technologies to manage the impacts of extreme weather on airport landside and airside ground operations.

Conference Contact(s)

For additional information please contact the program chairs, Scott Jacobs (email: [email protected]) or Tiffany Vance (email: [email protected]).