International Radiation Symposium (IRS)
The next International Radiation Symposium (IRS), originally planned for July 2020 and postponed twice due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, will be held from 4-8 July, 2022 in Thessaloniki, Greece. IRS2022 is organized by the International Radiation Commission (IRC), the International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS) and the Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh). IRS2022 will provide a comprehensive international forum for presenting and discussing recent research achievements and technological developments on atmospheric radiation and related disciplines. You are cordially invited to attend the symposium to present your scientific work and exchange ideas with top scientists in the Atmospheric Radiation community. IRS2022 will offer keynote presentations under the Topical Union Session, parallel paper presentations, and poster sessions.
The Symposium comprises the following sessions:
- Topical Union Session
- Radiative Transfer Theory and Modeling
- Particle Radiative Properties
- General Remote Sensing
- Ground-based Measurements and Field Observations
- Radiation Budget and Forcing
- Weather, Climate and Environment Applications
- Solar UV Radiation
- Ocean Optics
- Climate Change in the Mediterranean and Radiative Impacts of a Changing Environment
Submission of Abstracts will be open from 1 September through 17 January 2022. Please look for details at the symposium’s website: https://www.irs2022.org/preparation-of-abstracts/. Please note that all abstracts submitted to IRS2020 must be submitted again.
Registration will open starting on 1 September 2021 at: https://www.irs2022.org/register-now/.
Please pass this announcement on to interested colleagues, especially newcomers to the field.
Looking forward to welcoming you in Thessaloniki.
On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee,
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Symposium Support: NB events- Conference Services
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