Call for Papers – VIRTUAL Student and Early Career Scientist Conference 2021
The Royal Meteorological Society’s Student and Early Career Scientists Conference will once again be held as a virtual conference, taking place on Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 June 2021.
The Conference provides an excellent opportunity for Masters, Undergraduate and PhD students, as well as early career scientists working in fields related to meteorology, atmospheric physics and climate science, to present their work in a friendly environment.
This event will be split between two days of oral, poster and keynote sessions. There will also be social breaks including icebreaker activities. The conference will provide opportunities for discussion on current issues, and the chance to get to know fellow scientists, grow your networks and share your thoughts with other delegates.
Call for Papers
Abstracts are accepted from undergraduate students, Masters and PhD students and early career scientists in the fields related to meteorology and climate. The theme of the conference can apply to a broad range of work, so even if you are unsure how your work fits or haven’t finalised your results, we would still welcome your abstract.
To help the Conference Organising Committee arrange the programme, please include at least three keywords summarising your presentation. A list of keywords can be found on the website to provide ideas and topic suggestions. Keywords should be listed at the bottom of your abstract. Please also see the ‘Guidelines for Abstracts’ before submitting.
The deadline for the submission of abstracts to the Student Conference is Friday 26 February 2021.
You can submit your abstract for either an oral presentation or a poster via the online form.
(Please note, both members and non-members will need to create an account on our website to submit an abstract. If you have already created an account, please use that one.)
Please visit rmets.org/studentconf2021 for further information.
Image: Winner of the Student and Early Career Scientists Conference Photography Competition – Interlaken by Beatriz Fernández-Duque