19th Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Environmental Science

Abstract Submissions

Abstracts were due on August 8, 2019.

Abstract Fee and Author Instructions

Call for Papers

  • AI Applications for the Detection of Earth Science Phenomena
  • AI Applied to Airborne or Spaceborne Earth Observation Datasets
  • AI and Climate: Impact and Opportunities
  • AI for Decision Support
  • AI for Earth: Building an Extensible, Distributed API Pipeline Platform for Artificial Intelligence
  • AI for Environmental Science
  • AI in Radar Observations
  • Advances in the Use of Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Support of Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology
  •  Applications of Machine Learning in Earth System Modeling
  • Artificial Intelligence Applications in the Coastal Environment
  • Big Data, Big Computing, Bigger Science: High-Performance Computing enabled Artificial Intelligence
  • Deep Learning Applications for Environmental Science
  • Environet
  • High Impact Weather Prediction with AI
  • History of Women in Statistics and AI
  • History of the AMS AI Committee
  • History of women in Prob/Stat and AI
  • How Artificial Intelligence at Scale Will Link Weather and Climate Data to Society
  • Hybrid deep learning/statistical approaches
  • Incorporating Data Science and Machine Learning into Atmospheric Science Education
  • Interpretable Machine Learning
  • Machine Learning Applications in the Energy Sector; Machine Learning for Subgrid Parameterization in Weather and Climate Models
  • Machine Learning for Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction
  • Physical interpretability in machine learning
  • Rise of the Machines!! Machine Learning and AI for Space Weather; Societal and Economic Impacts of AI
  • The Future of AI in Environmental Science
  • Tropical Cyclone Analysis and Prediction with Machine Learning
  • Uncertainty Quantification with Machine Learning
  • Weather Forecasting based on blending of Machine Learning and Numerical Models
  • Transitioning Artificial Intelligence (AI) Prediction Systems to Operations

Student Award Opportunities

The American Meteorological Society (AMS) Committee on Artificial Intelligence Applications to Environmental Science (AI Committee) is proud to present cash awards for outstanding student oral presentations at the 2020 AI conference ($200 first place, $150 second place, $100 third place, $70 honorable mention) which will be held 12 - 16 January 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts. The outstanding paper awards will be based on originality of research and quality of presentation delivery. Contenders for the award will have to: * be enrolled at a University (either at undergraduate or graduate level), * be the lead-author and personally make the presentation of their work, Students who wish to be considered for this prize should indicate so when submitting their abstract.

Conference Contact(s)

For additional information, please contact the Program Chairs:  David John Gagne (dgagne@ucar.edu), Carlos Gaitan (carlos@climateai.com), Amy McGovern (amcgovern@ou.edu)