Abstracts were due on August 15, 2019.
Abstract Fee and Author Instructions
The 17th Conference on Space Weather is sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and organized by the Committee on Space Weather.
Advances in Research and Modeling of Space Weather Drivers
Agency Efforts in Space Weather: Priorities and Opportunities
Ensemble Modeling and Data Assimilation Improving Forecast Accuracy
Handling Vulnerabilities and Risks: Power Grids, Aviation, and Communication Networks
Heliophysics and Space Weather in History
International and Interdisciplinary Space Weather Initiatives: ICAO and Beyond
New Instruments, Platforms and Initiatives for Space Weather; R2O2R : User Needs and Priorities
Rise of the Machines!! Machine Learning and AI for Space Weather
Space Weather at Other Planets and Solar Systems
Space Weather at Solar Minimum and What's to Come: Solar Cycle 25 Predictions
The History of Space Weather Science and Operations
When Forecasts Fail: How We Make Progress
The Committee on Space Weather offers two student award opportunities for students participating in the 17th Conference on Space Weather at the 100th AMS Annual Meeting. Both of these opportunities are only available to students who have submitted an abstract for the conference. Both oral and poster presentations are eligible: Student Travel Awards:
The committee will be providing several small travel grants ($400) to help defray the cost of attending the AMS meeting for students who submitted abstracts to present at the Space Weather Conference. Students who wish to apply are required to submit the following documents to either of the program chairs: 1) the presentation abstract, 2) statement of why they want to attend the meeting, 3) statement of commitment to attend if awarded the travel award, and 4) letter of recommendation from their adviser.
Travel Award applications are due October 15, 2019, and notifications to recipients will be sent by November 1, 2019.
Student Presentation Awards:
We are pleased to offer two $100 student presentation awards to be given during the 17th Conference on Space Weather at the 100th AMS Annual Meeting. Award certificates and cash prizes will be given for the best student (undergraduate or graduate) oral and poster presentations given during the meeting. $50 runner-up awards are also available for exceptional presentations. The considerations for an award include:
originality of the work;
relevance to space weather research and/or applications;
quality of the presentation and its delivery;
relation to the AMS meeting theme.
Rich Behnke (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Barbara Thompson (email@example.com)