3rd MeteoXchange ECS Conference 2024

Save the date for the third edition of the MeteoXchange ECS Conference, a virtual conference for early career scientists in Atmospheric Sciences and related disciplines. The event is completely free of charge. Join us on April 4th and 5th for keynote lectures, poster and oral sessions and social events.

Improve your presentation skills and dive into the world of scientific exchange in a friendly environment! Registration for the conference is open until March 22nd and for the abstract submission until February 29th. We welcome abstracts from all fields related to atmospheric and climate sciences and from all backgrounds (Bachelor, Master, Phd…). Submit your abstract and be a part of the final program tailored to participants from all time zones as best as possible. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with other young scientists and showcase your research. Mark your calendar, more information is coming soon! This year we were also able to organize a workshop for you. This will take place on March 21 with the title “How to science slam”. You can find more information about the content below.

Find all registrations further down on the page. If you have submitted an abstract, please also register for the conference.

Workshop information

This year we will offer a workshop “How to Science Slam” which will take place as a one-day workshop on March 21st. The workshop is planned to take place from 9am – 5pm UTC.

This workshop teaches the basics of science slam. Participants will start by learning how to present their research in a way that is understandable to a lay audience and will use best practice examples to analyze how they can tailor their presentations to the target group at a science slam. In practical exercises, participants will have time to find their personal science slam style and improve their presentations with feedback from trainers and colleagues.

Please only register for the workshop if you can attend the whole day and have time to prepare a short presentation in the style of a science slam of about 5 minutes in advance. You will be able to present and optimize your presentation during the workshop.

General conference information

The conference will again be fully online on the Gathertown platform. Further information on the program, how to join and how to upload presentations and posters for the topics accepted will be sent out in due time to registered participants.

As always, if you have any further questions don’t hesitate to ask.


Abstract submission (open until February 29th)

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    Registration (open until March 22nd)

    Short technical note: If you have a gmail account: e-mails from us might be rejected by the gmail server. We are aware of this issue and are doing our best to solve it as soon as possible. Please use an alternative email address for the registration if you have one.



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      Please check also your spam folder for the automatic registration confirmation. If you will not receive any mail after 24h please let us know.


      Workshop registration (participant limit is reached)

      Important: Please read the workshop information beforehand (see above) and only register if you can participate on March 21 (full-day workshop!) and prepare a presentation in advance.


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      MeteoXchange ECS Organizing Committee 2024

      Sebastian Berghald (Université Grenoble Alpes), Lucia Cappelletti (Universidad de Buenos Aires/CIMA), Carola Detring (German Weather Service), Zeynep F. Ünal Dinç (Turkish State Meteorological Service), Julian Alberto Giles (University of Bonn), Marco Antonio Rivera Villacorta (Université Grenoble Alpes)