"Weather and Climate Extremes"

The 1st Thailand Weather and Climate Symposium 2021

Announcement

The goal of Weather and Climate Symposium 2021 is to conduct the weather and climate search community to academic institutions and government agencies, uncover weather, and climate research in nation level and build up the atmosphere for young scientists. In term of climate science, it is not only to share innovative techniques for better data analyses and utilization of climate information but also to exchange scientific knowledge on agricultural, water resource, environmental, and disaster risk responses to weather and climate extremes.

CONFERENCE TOPICS

The weather and climate extreme events and its impacts under climate change which have endangered lives or had a detrimental social or economic impact. The topics will be drought, severe flooding, heatwaves and strong winds events. it is relevant to large-scale systems such as EL Nino event, monsoon system, tropical cyclones, or smaller convective events.

PUBLICATION

The poster's winner will be asked to prepare article submitting for ASEAN Specialized Meteorological Centre (ASMC) Bulletin Issue #9 in March 2022

IMPORTANT DATES

Early Bird Abstract & Full Submission Deadline:
OCTOBER 30, 2021

Final Abstract & Full Submission Deadline (Extended):
NOVEMBER 30, 2021

Review & Presentation Schedule (Email):
DECEMBER 7, 2021

Online Conference:
December 16-17, 2021

Finalize Discussion & ASMC Bulletin Announcement:
December 24, 2021

Conference

The two-day conference consists of poster and oral presentation and discuss in the current weather & climate extreme events. The 1st Thailand Weather and Climate Symposium 2021 will be held online on December 16-17th, 2021 cohost by the British Embassy Bangkok, Thai Meteorological Department (TMD), Thailand Science Research and Innovation (TSRI), and Nation Research Council of Thailand (NRCT)

Conference Theme

The impact of weather and climate extreme events past 5 years under climate change. By high impact weather, they should be thinking of events which have endangered lives or had a detrimental social or economic impact. So, this could include drought, severe flooding, heatwaves, strong winds, etc. these might be from large-scale systems such as El Niño event, monsoon system, tropical cyclones, or smaller convective events.

Conference Format

To open a space for profound discourse on the specific weather and climate extreme tracks under climate change identified. The event will consist of two activities: online presentation and poster competition.
Call for presenting on research in the areas of weather and climate extreme events and its impacts will be launched in September 2021. The poster’s winner will be asked to prepare article submitting for ASEAN Specialized Meteorological Centre (ASMC) Bulletin Issue #9 in March 2022.

Two-day conference

Day1 is for online presentation and invited speakers from NOAA NCEP/CPC.
Day2 is for online presentation and invited speakers from UK Met Office (UKMO) who are experts to give a special talk and discuss in the current weather & climate extreme events and innovative techniques. We will be grateful if you can indicate your interest to contribute an article from 30th October 2021 for early bird. Subsequently, we would appreciate if you can submit a full article (extended) by 30th November 2021 to allow for some editorial processing time.

Contact

Contact Persons

Mr.Chalump Oonariya

Ms.Ruthaikarn Buaphean

Email Us

infoweatherandclimate@gmail.com

Our Address

Bangkok, Thailand