22nd Annual Student Conference

Abstract Information

Abstracts are closed! The deadline was 23 September 2022 at 11:59 PM EDT.

Abstract Fee and Author Instructions
All presenters must also register for the meeting.

Connecting the Data Points: Enriching Today’s Students to Become Tomorrow’s Scientists

students presenting their posters

The 22nd Annual AMS Student Conference will take place 07-08 January 2023, the weekend before the main AMS annual meeting.  The Student Conference provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to broaden their horizons, cultivate new skills, hear from leaders in the weather, water, and climate enterprise, and network with fellow students and professionals.  Attendees also have the opportunity to participate in workshops to help with their professional development as well as attend the Graduate School and Career Fair to help with planning the next step in their career.  Students also have the opportunity to gain valuable experience by presenting their work at the Student Conference Poster Session.  The full program will be available in October 2022 and it is our intention to offer both in-person and virtual participation options at this time.     

Call for Papers

Abstract submissions will be open from June - October 2022.  All students presenting at the Student Conference will be assigned a poster presentation.  There is no cost to submit an abstract to the student conference.  Students are able to submit the same abstract for both the Student Conference and for the AMS Annual Meeting.  Presenters must be an AMS Student Member for 2023 and will also need to register for the Student Conference.  Registration for the conference will open in October 2022.   

 

 The Student Conference solicits abstracts in the following topics:

  • AI and Machine Learning
  • Applied Meteorology and Climatology
  • Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosols, and Air Quality
  • Aviation
  • Boundary Layer Meteorology
  • Climate
  • Communication and Social Science
  • Data Assimilation and Numerical Weather Prediction
  • Education
  • Extreme Weather Events
  • Fire Weather
  • GIS
  • Hydrometeorology and Flooding
  • Lightning
  • Mesoscale Meteorology
  • Mountain Meteorology
  • Observations and Instrumentation
  • Operational and Local Meteorology
  • Polar Meteorology
  • Radar Meteorology
  • Space Weather
  • Synoptic Meteorology
  • Tropical Meteorology
  • Winter Weather

Questions regarding the poster session can be directed to the poster session chair, Holly Mallinson, at hmm2@illinois.edu.   

Student Award Opportunities

Presenters can opt to participate in the 2023 Student Conference Poster Competition.  Five awards will be given for poster presentations in each category: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.  All 15 winners will be awarded a certificate as well as a $100 prize.  To be eligible for this award, presenting authors must be registered for the AMS Student Conference and be an active AMS Student Member or AMS Member for 2023.        

 

AMS offers financial assistance for students to attend the annual meeting in the form of Student Travel Grants and the Student Assistant Program.  Applications for these programs are typically due in early October.  More information on these opportunities can be found on the AMS Annual Meeting Page

 

If you are attending and/or presenting at a conference or symposium during the Annual Meeting, students are also encouraged to check the Student Awards Opportunities page for additional travel and presentation award opportunities.   

Conference Contacts

For additional information, please contact the program chairs: Aaron Alexander (gaaronalexander@gmail.com), Holly Mallinson (hmm2@illinois.edu), and Margaret Orr (morr6@gmu.edu).