As we continue to plan for the 102nd Annual Meeting, our highest priority remains the health and safety of our attendees, staff, and the community in which we will meet. Please view this page for information on how we are planning for your health and safety at the 102nd Annual Meeting.
The ongoing situation surrounding COVID-19 and travel restrictions for those entering the US is constantly being updated and changed. This website has the latest information on the matter.
The 102nd AMS Annual Meeting will be held 23–27 January 2022 in Houston, Texas at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
Please note, like many organizations, we have been closely monitoring the outbreak COVID-19 and its effect on our meetings and events. Our highest priority remains the health and safety of our attendees, staff, and communities in which our meetings will take place. While we plan to meet in person, we are reviewing virtual options. Any changes in plan will be posted to the 102nd Annual Meeting website.
For additional information on AMS Meetings and COVID-19, please view our webpage.
The 2022 Overall Planning Committee consists of John Lanicci and Gina Eosco (Co-chairpersons) as well as Andrea Bleistein, Roger Pulwarty, and Eileen Shea. A complete listing of the Officers of the AMS 102nd Annual Meeting is available.
Please reach out to the 2022 Overall Planning Committee or conference/symposium program chairs, or submit a session topic proposal.
The program committee for the 102nd American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting would like to seek input from our community when setting the scientific and technical program for the 102nd American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting. Please provide your input by submitting a Session Topic Proposal by 8 April. Submitters will be notified a few weeks later regarding the acceptance status of Topic Proposals. Your User Portal provides a list of entries/submissions such as topics or abstracts you have submitted OR on which you are the presenting author. Please refer to the guidelines before submitting a Topic Proposal.
Please note person roles, such as session chair, will be discussed in early May after acceptances are sent. Potential involvement will be decided at the program chairs discretion. Topics that are accepted may be dissolved or merged with another session based on the number of submissions received.
View the call for papers for the Conferences and Symposia that will take place during the Annual Meeting and submit an abstract by 1 September 2021. Accepted authors will be notified in early October. Please note that the $95 abstract submission fee is separate from the registration fee. All presenters must register for the 102nd Annual Meeting.
Presenters who submitted an abstract to the 102nd Annual Meeting will speak during a live session or present a poster. Information regarding presentation types will be shared shortly.
No, the $95 abstract submission fee is separate from the registration fee. Please note, all presenters must register for the 102nd Annual Meeting.
No, AMS Membership is not required in order to attend the 102nd Annual Meeting. Please note, members do receive a registration discount.
Membership is needed to attend the 21st Student Conference.
Registration for the 102nd Annual Meeting will open in Fall 2021.
Presenters, please note that the $95 abstract submission fee is separate from the registration fee. All presenters must register for the 102nd Annual Meeting.
Additional information on registration and rates will be found on the Registration page.
Program chairs are responsible for the content, abstract review process and scheduling of the Conference/Symposia programs. They work closely with AMS staff to plan a successful program, attend live sessions, reach out to the lead planner(s) with questions or concerns, and alert AMS Meetings Department about any changes to the agenda.
Session chairs are responsible for the flow of sessions and speakers. Specific responsibilities are included below.
Moderators are responsible for the flow of Panel Discussions. Specific responsibilities are included below.
Speakers present abstract content during a live session. Typically, each presentation consists of technical content discussion followed by questions and answers.
Poster Presenters present abstract content during a live poster session. Poster presenters remain by their poster to discuss and answer questions during the formal poster viewing hours.
We expect to enlist student volunteers to help run the 102nd Annual Meeting. Once we have identified aspects where we will need assistance, we will post student volunteer opportunities on the 102nd Annual Meeting website’s student page.
Yes, funding opportunities for students include student travel grants, student travel awards, and student volunteering opportunities. We will post these opportunities on the 102nd Annual Meeting website’s student page.
We will be seeking the help of volunteers to moderate and assist with various other parts of the 102nd Annual Meeting. Once we have identified aspects where we will need assistance, we will post volunteer opportunities on the 102nd Annual Meeting website. In the meantime, please send any suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is our sincere desire to comply fully with both the letter and the spirit of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and to ensure that this and all Annual Meetings are useful, productive, inclusive, and accessible for all. For questions about accessibility or to make suggestions, please contact AMS staff by email (email@example.com) or by phone (617-226-3916). Four-week advance notice is recommended to ensure seamless action.
Additional information can be found on the Accessibility at the Meeting web page.
Information and rates on exhibiting at the 102nd Annual Meeting can be found on the exhibitors page.