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18th International Conference on Clouds and Precipitation (ICCP2020)

Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology/Ministry of Earth Sciences (Govt. of India), Pune, India is hosting the 18th International Conference on Clouds and Precipitation (ICCP2020). ICCP will be held for the first time in Asia.

The ICCP conferences are organized every 4 years by the International Commission on Clouds and Precipitation (ICCP) together with a host institution. ICCP is a commission of the International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS), an association of IUGG (International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics). ICCP conferences have a long history and information on earlier ICCP conferences are available at http://www.iccp-iamas.org/history.html

ICCP2020 Conference Venue is JW Marriot Hotel (https://iccp2020.tropmet.res.in/Venue), S.B. Road, Pune, Maharashtra,India 411 053
Conference dates 3-7 August 2020

Overall timeline for the conference are:

15th Nov 2019         : Abstract submission open
15th Jan 2020         : Deadline for abstract submission
7th March 2020        : Acceptance/invitation letters and Registration opens
31st  March 2020 : Scientific program release
30th Apr 2020    : Early bird registration ends
30th Jun 2020     : Standard registration ends
 
Details of the conference are available at https://iccp2020.tropmet.res.in/home

Presentations are being solicited on theoretical, observational, laboratory and numerical modeling studies of cloud and precipitation physics, aerosol and cloud chemistry, cloud electrification and cloud dynamics in the following specific areas. You may contribute your abstract by selecting relevant keywords.

o        Aerosol-cloud-precipitation-radiation interactions and processing
o        Applications of cloud and precipitation physics
o        Basic cloud and precipitation physics
o        Cirrus clouds
o        Cloud electricity
o        Clouds and climate (including radiative properties of clouds)
o        Clouds and high impact weather
o        Clouds and remote sensing
o        Convective clouds
o        Fog and visibility
o        Ice nucleating particles and cloud condensation nuclei
o        Laboratory, wind tunnel and cloud chamber studies of microphysical processes
o        Measurement techniques (of cloud and precipitation properties) and their uncertainties
o        Mesoscale cloud systems
o        Mixed phase clouds
o        Monsoon clouds and precipitation
o        Orographic clouds
o        Polar clouds
o        Tropical clouds
o        Turbulence mixing and entrainment
o        Warm clouds
o        Weather modification