nal Meeting on Statistica l Climatolog y-Korea
12th International Meeting on Statistical Climatology (IMSC)
Jeju, Korea, June 24-28, 2013
Abstract deadline is approaching: FEBRUARY 28th, 2013.
[Topics and Sessions]
Oral presentations and posters are invited on all topics related to the
analysis of climate variability and change on global, regional and local
scales, and to advances in relevant statistical techniques. A series of
thematic sessions will address issues including:
- Data homogenization and climate trends/variability assessment
- Next generation climate data products
- Reconstruction and interpretation of past climates
- Spatial and spatiotemporal modelling
- Non-linear methods for climate analysis
- Forecast verification
- Ensemble methods and uncertainty quantification
- CMIP5 model evaluation, prediction, and projection
- Detection and attribution, downscaling, and impacts
- Weather and climate extremes – statistical modeling and event attribution
- Large-scale climate variability and teleconnections
- Global/regional change in water cycle including monsoon
Abstracts of one page max in word or pdf on any of the topics listed
above are invited to submit online by FEBRUARY 28th, 2013.
Early bird (until April 30th, 2013) : regular US$ 400 / student US$ 200
Standard (May 1st – June 9th, 2013) : regular US$ 450 / student US$ 250
On-site (after June 24th, 2013) : regular US$ 500 / student US$300
A limited number of grants will be provided for participants from
developing countries, and for students and young scientists from other
countries. The grants will cover part of their travel expenses (e.g.
accommodation and meals) and/or registration fee. In an effort to fund
as many recipients as possible, only partial support will be provided.
Applicants must email a full curriculum vitae to <firstname.lastname@example.org>
besides submitting their abstract online. Decision will be informed by
March 31st, 2013.
Please visit <http://www.imsc2013.org/> for more details.