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Announcement

The International Association of Meteorological Education and Sciences (IAMES) and the Chinese-American Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (COAA) are delighted to announce their cooperation in organizing the 2nd IAMES Annual Conference & the 9th COAA International Conference on Atmosphere, Ocean, and Climate Change (ICAOCC). The conference will be held online on 18 – 20 October 2022 based in Nanjing, China, and official conference language is English. Registration to the meeting is FREE and is now open until Aug 31st. To register for the conference and submit an abstract, please use the registration webpage: link.

The conference aims to bring together global professionals to exchange ideas and experiences in the practical application of innovative sciences and technologies related to weather and climate observing and forecasting systems, climate change, environment issues, and global warming. The conference will serve as a premier platform for experts from all over the world to explore new technologies, inspire new strategies, and identify opportunities for future collaborations with their peers. It is also a means for senior scientists and engineers to provide helpful information for younger ones to stimulate the knowledge transfer from generation to generation.

Instructions on abstract submission and registration, as well as important dates, are included below. We look forward to your participation and seeing you in this October.

P.S. We ask all presenters and convenors use English as the only Language during the meeting.

Topics

We invite abstract submissions related to the topics including but not limited to:

(1) Radiation and climate modeling (in memory of Prof. Kuo-Nan Liou)

(2) Data assimilation and weather forecast (in memory of Prof. Fuqing Zhang)

(3) Climate change, prediction and adaptation

(4) Ocean process and ocean-land-atmosphere interactions

(5) Extreme weather and climate disasters

(6) Aerosol, cloud, and precipitation

(7) Atmospheric chemistry and environment

Timeline

Important Dates:

• Abstract submission opens: June 25 – August 31, 2022

• Conference registration opens: June 25 – October 17, 2022

• Program and agenda announcement: Mid-September, 2022

Conference Schedule:

• October 18, 2022: Opening and keynote talks

• October 19, 2022: Science sessions

• October 20, 2022: Science sessions

Note: We would fully consider the time difference for domestic and oversea speakers when scheduling the session and presentation time.

Abstract submission and registration

Please register the meeting: online form

(If you are not going to give a presentation, you do not need to upload the abstract.)

It is free to attending the conference, but registration is required for all participants. Participants intended to present on the conference are expected to submit an abstract and choose related topics in the registration form. We encourage students presenting their work on this conference. Special sessions for students would be arranged as well according to number of abstracts received. Outstanding student presentations will be awarded a Best Presentation Award jointly offered by IAMES and COAA.

Session Convenors

(1) Radiation and climate modeling (in memory of Prof. Kuo-Nan Liou):

• Dr. Yu Gu (NSF/UCLA, gu@atmos.ucla.edu)

• Dr. Jonathan H. Jiang (JPL, jonathan.h.jiang@jpl.nasa.gov)

• Dr. Xiaoguang Xu (UMBC, xxu@umbc.edu)

• Dr. Chao Liu (NUIST, chao_liu@nuist.edu.cn)

(2) Data assimilation and weather forecast (in memory of Prof. Fuqing Zhang)

• Dr. Yue Ying (Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center in Norway, yue.ying@nersc.no)

• Dr. Lili Lei (Nanjing University, lililei@nju.edu.cn)

• Dr. Lulin Xue (NCAR, xuel@ucar.edu)

• Dr. Yu Du (Sun Yat-sen University, duyu7@mail.sysu.edu.cn)

• Dr. Yaodeng Chen (NUIST,keyu@nuist.edu.cn)

• Dr. Guangxin He (NUIST, ghe@nuist.edu.cn)

(3) Climate change, prediction and adaptation

• Dr. Jingjia Luo (NUIST, jjluo@nuist.edu.cn)

• Dr. Wenjun Zhang (NUIST, zhangwj@nuist.edu.cn)

• Dr. Chengzhi Zou (NOAA, chengzhi_zou@yahoo.com)

• Dr. Yingxi Shi (UMBC, wingsy1212@gmail.com)

(4) Ocean process and ocean-land-atmosphere interactions

• Dr. Pengwang Zhai (UMBC, pwzhai@umbc.edu)

• Dr. Meng Gao (SSAI/GSFC, ocean@coaaweb.org)

• Dr. Wanshu Nie (Johns Hopkins University, nwanshu1@jhu.edu)

• Dr. Changming Dong (NUIST, cmdong@nuist.edu.cn)

(5) Extreme weather and climate disasters

• Dr. Long Yang (Nanjing U, yanglong@nju.edu.cn)

• Dr. Wenjun Cui (U Oklahoma, wenjun.cui@ou.edu)

• Dr. Xiaodong Chen (PNNL, xiaodong.chen@pnnl.gov)

• Dr. Xuebin Zhang (ECCC, Canada, Xuebin. Zhang@ec.gc.ca)

• Dr. Zhihong Jiang (NUIST, zhjiang@nuist.edu.cn)

• Dr. Botao Zhou (NUIST, zhoubt@nuist.edu.cn)

• Dr. Qiaohong Sun (NUIST, sunqh@nuist.edu.cn)

(6) Aerosol, cloud, and precipitation

• Dr. Xiquan Dong (U Arizona, xdong@arizona.edu)

• Dr. Yuan Wang (Caltech, yuan.wang@caltech.edu)

• Dr. Chunsong Lu (NUIST, luchunsong110@163.com)

(7) Atmospheric chemistry and environment

• Dr. Fei Liu (Morgan State U/GESTAR-II, liuf1010@gmail.com)

• Dr. Huisheng Bian (UMBC/GESTAR-II,hsbian63@gmail.com)

• Dr. Xiaowen Li (Morgan State U, xiaowen.li@morgan.edu)

• Dr. Mei Zheng (Peking U, mzheng@pku.edu.cn)

• Dr. Yanlin Zhang (NUIST, 002632@nuist.edu.cn)

(8) Graduate student sessions

• Dr. Guangxin He (NUIST, 002421@nuist.edu.cn)

• Dr. Hui Xu (University of Maryland, xhradi@gmail.com)

Organization Committee

• IAMES:

Dr. Yanlin Zhang (Conference Co-Chair, NUIST)

Dr. Jingjia Luo (NUIST)

Dr. Botao Zhou (NUIST)

Dr. Changming Dong (NUIST)

Dr. Chunsong Lu (NUIST)

Dr. Chao Liu (NUIST)

• COAA:

Dr. Xiaoguang Xu (Conference Co-Chair)

Dr. Xiaodong Chen (PNNL)

Dr. Xiquan Dong (U Arizona)

Dr. Meng Gao (SSAI/GSFC)

Dr. Xiaowen Li (Morgan State U)

Dr. Wanshu Nie (Johns Hopkins University)

Dr. Yutong Pan (NOAA)

Dr. Yingxi Shi (UMBC)

Dr. Tianning Su (University of Maryland)

Dr. Die Wang (Brookhaven National Lab)

Dr. Yuan Wang (Caltech)

Dr. Hui Xu (University of Maryland)

Dr. Lulin Xue (NCAR)

Dr. Youtong Zheng (GFDL/Princeton University)

About us

About IAMES

The International Association of Meteorological Education and Sciences (IAMES) was established in December 2020, which was initiated by Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology (NUIST) and supported by more than 30 colleges, universities and scientific research institutions from over 20 countries. IAMES is established to stimulate meteorological education and research, promote scientific and technological innovation, share high-quality platform resources, provide government policy consultation, and enhance the coordination ability to respond to major scientific issues.

IAMES Website: https://www.iamesworld.com

Join IAMES: https://forms.office.com/r/DHEZNXFpLn

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About COAA

The Chinese-American Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (COAA) is a non-profit and charitable organization in the United States (Combined Federal Campaign Agency Designation No. 60027) that operates under the Public Benefit Corporation Law for scientific purposes. Elected yearly at annual meetings, the Board of Directors consists of the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Ocean and Atmosphere Program Chairs, and Directors in Membership, Publicity, and Publication. Special Committees and Regional Coordinators are assigned by the Board to promote membership drive and networking in areas outside of Washington DC.

The COAA International Conference on Atmosphere, Ocean, and Climate Change (ICAOCC) is a once-every-three-year conference organized by COAA and often in collaboration with friend organizations, which has been a premier platform for experts from all over the world to explore new technologies, inspire new strategies, and identify opportunities for future collaborations with their peers. This is the 9th COAA ICAOCC and is also the first fully online meeting. The last ICAOCC was held in July 2019 in Nanjing. Information on all past meetings can be found at http://www.coaaweb.org/meetings.php.

Contact us

• ZHANG Yanlin (IAMES scientific consultant): 002632@nuist.edu.cn

• HE Guangxin (IAMES scientific consultant): 002421@nuist.edu.cn

• XIE Yao (IAMES meeting coordinator): xieyao@nuist.edu.cn

• NIE Wanshu (COAA meeting coordinator): ICAOCC@coaaweb.org

• SU Tianning (COAA Webmaster): webmaster@coaaweb.org

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