20th Conference on Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology

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Abstracts are due by August 1, 2019.
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Call for Papers

The focus of the 20th Aviation, Range and Aerospace Meteorology (ARAM) Conference is aligned with the general theme of the 100th AMS Annual Meeting, “The AMS Past, Present, and Future: Linking Information to Knowledge to Society (LINKS).” The ARAM Conference will spotlight key historical contributions to aviation, range, and aerospace meteorology research and development, along with their role in advancing applications across varied operational domains and interests. The ARAM conference will also consider how its meteorological domains may evolve in the future, in anticipation of developing applications and operational needs. Much of this evolution will leverage the continued scientific advancements being made in aviation, range and aerospace meteorology, which will be an ongoing focus of this conference.

  • Advancements Supporting Significant Weather Impact Management of Airport Landside and Airside Ground Operations
  • Advancements in the Analysis and Prediction of Turbulence for Aviation, Range and Aerospace Operations
  • Advancements in the Detection, Prediction, Decision Support for Mitigating the Effects of Convection and Lightning on Airborne Operations
  • Advances in Data Assimilation, Verification, and Probabilistic Forecasting of Aviation Weather Hazards
  • Advances in the Use of Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Support of Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology
  • Analysis and Predictions of Weather Hazards Relevant for UAS/UAM Planning
  • Aviation Decision-Making Using Forcast Uncertainty
  • Communicating Next-Day Weather Hazards for Aviation Planning
  • Grand interdisciplinary challenges in aviation, range, and aerospace meteorology over the next half century
  • History of Aviation, Range and Aerospace Meteorology over last 25 years
  • John T. Madura session on developing weather technologies to support range operations through R2O and O2R pathways
  • Advancements supporting Significant Weather Impact Management of Airport Landside and Airside Ground Operations
  • Advances in the Use of Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Support of Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology
  • Panel Discussion: Mitigating Aviation Weather Hazards and Managing Operational Impacts in 2050
  • Research and Development for Improved Space Weather Decision Support
  • Session on Advancements in the Analysis and Prediction of Aircraft Icing and Methods/Tools for Icing Mitigation
  • Studies Involving Aviation Impacts Translation Modeling

Student Award Opportunities

The Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology (ARAM) committee of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) is proud to award a Best Student Presentation prize at the 20th Conference on Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology.  This award recognizes outstanding student contributions based on the student's oral or poster presentation.

Contenders for the award must satisfy the following requirements:

 * Be enrolled at a university (either at undergraduate or graduate level) at the time of the presentation
 * Personally make the presentation of the student's own work

Students who wish to be considered for this prize should indicate that when submitting the abstract.  Previous winners of this prize are no longer eligible.

For further information, please feel free to contact Rob Banks (Robert.F.Banks@delta.com), James Pinto (pinto@ucar.edu) or Mike Robinson (michaelr@mitre.org)

Conference Contact(s)

For additional information, please contact the Program Chairs:  James Pinto (pinto@ucar.edu), Mike Robinson (michaelr@mitre.org)