Monday, June 13, 2016 (start at 8:30 am)
106 Life Science Bldg.
York University, Toronto, Ontario
Cost: Free! Registration is required
Included: Breaks and lunches, schedule with book of abstracts
The main focus of this year’s IACPES Symposium is “Atmospheric Science Policy”. An important skill often lacking in scientists is the ability to distil scientific information and to communicate it to non-scientific decision makers. A professional development policy component was incorporated into the training of all the NSERC CREATE IACPES trainees. This was to encourage the students to think beyond the science, to expose them to a network of government policy contacts, and to provide future opportunities to those students who might find a niche in the science/policy/management arena, an area that is desperately in need of scientifically trained individuals with proper communication skills. Each student chose a policy topic related to their research or some other atmospheric theme with the intention of writing a paper/manuscript and present the results to a suitable audience. Government scientist are invited to participate at this forum.
Please register in advance. If possible submit the title for your talk by Monday, May 16th. The deadline for abstracts is Monday, May 30th. Please send an abstract asap. The time allocated per presentation will be 20 minutes. Scientists from government and industry who want to give an overview presentation will be given 45 minutes.
Abstracts are free form and should include the following:
- Description (~200 words)
- Indicate in your email if you prefer an oral presentation or poster
- Submit/email abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
An invitation is required to register for the event. A password which is required will be sent with an invitation to you. If you do not receive an invitation via e-mail, please contact email@example.com
Click to view the IACPES Symposium Day Schedule (to be provided)
Symposium Abstracts 2016 (to be provided)