Climate Informatics 2023 – Cambridge, UK & virtual [19–21 April 2023]

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Yuhan Douglas Rao

Jan 23, 2023, 8:57:19 AM1/23/23
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Dear colleagues,

This year's Climate Informatics conference (Climate Informatics 2023) will take place in Cambridge, UK, and virtually hosted by the Institute of Computing for Climate Science at the University of Cambridge on 19–21 April 2023. 

The submission deadline is 1 February 2023. You can submit either a full paper (8-page max) or an extended abstract (2-page max) to the conference. Accepted full papers will be published as a special collection by Environmental Data Science, an open-access journal published by Cambridge University Press. More details about the conference can be found below or visit the conference website.

Dear colleagues,
You are invited to submit your research to the 12th International Conference on Climate Informatics (Climate Informatics 2023, 19–21 April 2023) at Cambridge, United Kingdom. This year’s conference is hosted by the Institute of Computing for Climate Science (ICCS) at the University of Cambridge. The conference will be a hybrid event that allows both in-person and virtual participants to share their work and exchange ideas to advance the field of climate informatics.
We are currently accepting submissions of either full papers (8 pages maximum) or extended abstracts (2 pages maximum) for the conference. The deadline for submission is 1 February 2023. Accepted full papers will be published in a special collection for the conference on Environmental Data Science, a fully open-access journal. Full details regarding how to submit your work can be found on the conference page:

Other relevant conference details and helpful information for planning purposes are made available via the conference website.
Please feel free to forward this announcement to other colleagues that may be interested in attending or presenting. If you have any questions, please direct them to the organizing committee via this email address:
We look forward to your participation and hope to see you in Cambridge in April 2023! Have a wonderful holiday break!
Scott Hasking, British Antarctic Survey (Conference Co-chair)
Yuhan (Douglas) Rao, North Carolina State University (Conference Co-chair)
Emily Shuckburgh, University of Cambridge (Local Chair)

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