The 20th Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Environmental Science is sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and organized by the AMS Committee on Artificial Intelligence Applications to Environmental Science.
The American Meteorological Society’s 20th Conference on Artificial Intelligence (20AI) will be held at the 101st Annual Meeting, taking place from 10-14 January 2021 in New Orleans. The theme for the 101st Annual Meeting is “strengthening engagement with communities through our science and service”. If possible, we encourage participants to consider how their research and applications relate to this broader theme and tailor their submissions accordingly.
20AI will include a student competition for all oral presentations (open to undergraduate and graduate students), with prizes of $200 for first place, $150 for second place, $100 for third place, and $50 for honourable mention. If you are a student and would like to enter the competition, please be sure to select this option when you submit your abstract on the AMS website.
We are soliciting oral and poster presentations from both the research and operational communities on the following topics, as well as those that relate more generally to AI applications in atmospheric science. If you feel that your abstract fits the general theme of AI applications in atmospheric science but does not fit any of the topics listed below, please submit to the session “General Abstracts for 20AI” and the program chairs will assign your presentation to the most appropriate session. Note, AI traditionally has a number of joint sessions with other AMS conferences and these are listed after all of the 20AI sessions.
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 2021 AI conference ($200 first place, $150 second place, $100 third place, $50 honorable mention) which will be held 10 - 14 January 2021 in New Orleans, Louisiana. 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.