Abstract Submission Deadline
(Due to several requests, the deadline for acceptance of abstracts was extended)
4 January 2021
11 January 2021*
Notification of Acceptance
1 March 2021
8 March 2021
Full Paper Submission New
23 - 25 March 2021
Oral and Poster Presentations Guideline
50 selected papers, will get free publised in IOP Conference Series Earth and Environmental Sciences indexed by Scopus. Selected paper also will be published in Jurnal Meteorologi dan Geofisika (S2) and Agromet (S2) for special edition.
This topic will examine the atmospheric physics, dynamics and chemistry, atmosphere-space interaction, land-atmosphere-ocean Interaction, and atmospheric environment.
The application of physics to the study of the atmosphere. Atmospheric physicists attempt to model earth's atmosphere and the atmospheres of the other planets using fluid flow equations, chemical models, radiation balancing, and energy transfer processes in the atmosphere and underlying oceans.
The study of observations and theories dealing with all motion systems of meteorological importance. Common topics studied include diverse phenomena such as thunderstorms, tornadoes, gravity waves, tropical cyclones, extratropical cyclones, jet streams, and global-scale circulations.
Multidisciplinary field of research and draws on environmental chemistry, physics, meteorology, computer modeling, oceanography, geology and volcanology and other disciplines.
This topic will examine the observation and database technology, instrumentation, and remote sensing:
The session invites papers from the modeling community, both global and regional who can present their work on latest results on weather and climate modeling (present day and future climates). These topics include but not limited to simulation, prediction, techniques, and theoretical modeling to investigate the dynamical and physical processes involved in weather and climate systems over tropical region, particularly the Maritime Continent. Uncertainties in modeling, data, observations and interpretation of model results can be discussed. Papers from around the globe are welcome, not limited only to Asia. This topic mainly concerned to discuss the recent study of the atmospheric simulation, prediction, modelling, assimilation, climate change, and climate variability.
Forecast verification methods and performance
Updates on global and mesoscale models
Improving model performance and efficiency
New or improved parameterization
Local application of regional models
Regional climate downscaling approaches or short-range climate prediction
Weather and climate continum significantly affects life and human activities on earth and vice versa. Through meteorology and climatology, atmospheric science has found a wide range of applications that also contribute to its advancement. This topic shares experience in the applications of atmospheric science for societal benefits including but not limited to applications in disaster management. Multi-sector applied weather / climate covers the application of weather and climate science in agriculture, hydrology, health, tourism, fiscal and financial policy, new and renewable energy, infrastructure, insurance, development planning, property, land, sea and air transportation, defense, fisheries, environment, urban planning, and potential development of coastal areas.
Extreme weather and climate events causing big flood, severe drought, heatwave, forest and land fire, frost, local twister, extreme rainfall related to tropical cyclone, can have major implication for society. There is growing concern that climate change cannot solely be considered as a change in the “mean state”, extreme weather events are amongst the most significant aspects of it. To understand and predict such events, which are typically responsible for the most disastrous climate impact, is of paramount importance. Often, extreme events lead to high impacts. Different types of extremes, e.g. droughts and extreme precipitation, might be associated with different regions.
This conference will cover talk on hydrometeorological hazard, extreme event attributed climate change, and related topics. One approach to future climate adaptation is to start from future climate projections, downscale these to a particular sector and scale, and assess the possible consequences of climate change, with limitation on imperfect models, very uncertain assumptions, and very abstract pictures of future climate. Another approach is to bring climate change down to the nowadays experience, and address the way extreme event is affecting our live now.
This topic seeks oral and poster presentation on high impact weather and climate extreme events, disaster management on atmosphere-ocean hazard, extreme event meteorology/climatology, forest fires, drought, flood, local hurricane (puting beliung).