16th Annual Symposium on New Generation Operational Environmental Satellite Systems

Registration for the 100th Annual Meeting is now open!
Rates and information below.

Online Registration

Abstract Submissions

Abstracts were due on August 15, 2019.

Abstract Fee and Author Instructions

The 16th Annual Symposium on New Generation Operational Environmental Satellite Systems is sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and organized by the Committee on Satellite Meteorology, Oceanography, and Climatology

Call for Papers

  • Advances in CubeSats and SmallSats to Improve Earth Science, Weather Forecasting, Space Weather Prediction, Hydrology Studies or Climate Monitoring (Joint between the 10th Conference on Transition of Research to Operations; the 16th Annual Symposium on New Generation Operational Environmental Satellite Systems; and the Third Conference on Earth Observing SmallSats)
  • Advanced planning and system architectures for next generation weather enterprise
  • Algorithm development and new science innovation
  • Calibration and validation
  • Challenging the status quo with new approaches to science communication
  • Cloud Computing and Big Data Technologies for environmental satellite data distribution, product generation, and archiving
  • Environmental satellite information and knowledge – A history of benefits to society
  • Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) - User applications and research; Historical perspective on environmental satellite and instrumentation development for weather, water, and climate communities
  • How JPSS and GOES-R coupled resources improve forecasting in the western US and OCONUS
  • National and international education, training, and user readiness activities for the new generation operational environmental satellite systems
  • National and international program overviews for environmental satellites (Invited)
  • New generation of NOAA operational satellites for improvement of world sustainability: crop production modeling, food security prediction, monitoring drought and fires, early malaria detection
  • New observations and impacts of global wind profiles from ESA's Aeolus Doppler wind lidar mission:  informing next generation weather architectures
  • Nighttime environmental monitoring and other innovative developmental and operational applications of NOAA’s satellite systems
  • Satellite communications frequency spectrum: past, present & future outlook
  • Special session on GOES series satellite system
  • Special session on JPSS series satellite system
  • The Past, Present, and Future of Satellite Climate Data Records
  • Use of environmental satellites in responding to Ring of Fire natural disasters (volcanoes, earthquakes, tsunamis, etc.)
  • Using AI (artificial Intelligence) to exploit satellite earth observations
     

Student Award Opportunities

The 16th Annual Symposium on New Generation Operational Environmental Satellite Systems, the 10th Conference on Transition of Research to Operations, and the 3rd Conference on Earth Observing SmallSats are pleased to co-host Student Presentation Awards at the AMS Centennial Annual Meeting. Award certificates and cash prizes will be given for the best Student oral and poster presentations. Students who wish to be considered for these awards should indicate so when submitting their abstract. In order to be considered for an award, the Student must be the lead and presenting author.
The basis for an award will be:
a.) Originality of the work,
b.) Quality of the presentation (oral and poster/slides) and the student’s delivery.

Student Event


The 16th Annual Symposium on New Generation Operational Environmental Satellite Systems will be co-hosting the 6th Annual Speed Networking Event. The Event allows students and early career professionals to network with mentors via “speed networking” where the mentors (meteorology and allied discipline professionals) roam between tables at set intervals introducing the students and early professionals to a wide array of professions in the field of meteorology. The speed networking will include a social with light hors d'oeuvres, providing a great time for open networking. This allows the students and the mentors of their selected discipline to have extended conversations after their speed-mentoring.
 

Conference Contact(s)

Gary McWilliams (gary.mcwilliams@noaa.gov), Michael Jamilkowski (michael@jamilkowski.com), Satya Kalluri (satya.kalluri@noaa.gov), Timothy J. Schmit (tim.j.schmit@noaa.gov), Stephen Mango (stephen.mango@noaa.gov), Dan Lindsey (dan.lindsey@noaa.gov), & Mitch Goldberg (mitch.goldberg@noaa.gov)