Your Annual

First-time Attendees

We are excited to have you join us in Boston for your first AMS Annual Meeting! Here are some tips to help you make the most of it.

Career Activities

Continuing education and networking opportunities are available at the Annual Meeting for attendees in all stages of their careers. 


Attending the AMS Annual Meeting is an important step in your career path. Check out special opportunities and awards available to students.

Main Hall Exhibitors

Are you a company or organization related to weather, water, and climate? Our attendees range from undergraduate students to the top experts in YOUR field—and they want to meet you in the exhibit hall!

WeatherFest Exhibitors

We love to have hands-on, interactive experiments and booths by organizations, university, government, television, radio and private industry. Exhibit space is FREE! All you need to do is staff your booth with enthusiastic people who can capture the imagination and inspire children of all ages!

Advertisers and Sponsors

Our Centennial celebration concludes in grand style with the 100th Annual Meeting. Promote your organization to approximately 4,000 attendees from academia, research, government, and the private sector. AMS offers several Annual Meeting sponsorship and advertising opportunities. Choose from a specific package or mix and match to create a bundle that works best for your organization. We're looking ahead to the next 100 years of AMS—and your organization is going to want to be a part of it!


All registered attendees for the 100th Annual Meeting may bring up to two guests to the meeting.  Each guest will be required to wear a badge, which can be picked up at the registration desk, and be accompanied by a registered attendee. 

All Attendees

Find answers to all of your questions about attending the 100th Annual Meeting - FAQs, Accessibility Info, and more! 

Authors and Presenters

Congratulations - you've been selected to present at the AMS 100th Annual Meeting! Find out all of the information you'll need to give a successful presentation, whether it is an oral presentation or poster presentation.


In an effort to increase science literacy, AMS is committed to providing K–12 teachers with the opportunity to interact directly with scientists as an attendee at the 100th AMS Annual Meeting, which will take place 12-16 January 2020 in Boston, MA. Funding is being provided to teachers wishing to participate in this meeting through a newly established Teacher Travel Grant Program.