The Annual Meeting will start in the morning of Monday, December 2nd. It will last until the morning of Wednesday, December 4th. The afternoon of Wednesday, December 4th will be devoted to working meetings of several IAMC Scientific Working Groups. IAMC members are welcome to attend.
The detailed programme of the parallel oral sessions and poster sessions is now availble.
Presenters are kindly invited to inform the organisers by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org about any inaccuracies they may find in the programme.
Detailed information on plenary sessions and on the Scientific Working Groups meetings will soon be circulated.
With the occasion of the IAMC annual meetings, the IAMC Consortium may award presenters with recognition prizes that reward excellent work/research.
Register to the IAMC Annual Meeting by filling in the registration form available in the event webpage.
We encourage attendees to register at their earliest convenience due to limited space. A maximum of 250 participants will be accepted.
The purpose of IAMC Annual Meetings is to:
– present and discuss the state of the art in integrated assessment modeling;
– review the status of ongoing community activities including both multi-model studies and the activities of the IAMC Scientific Working Groups;
– facilitate interaction with collaborating communities;
– evaluate and revisit the priorities of the integrated assessment community.
The IAMC annual meeting is a scientific meeting intended for peer sharing and vetting. The meeting is open to researchers from organizations involved in integrated assessment modelling and their research collaborators. The meeting is designed to allow researchers to share developments in methods, models and data. Participants are expected to be able to freely discuss their work, which in many cases is work in progress.
For copyright reasons, recordings of any kind are prohibited without prior written consent of the presenter. Attendees may not cite, capture or use materials presented during the meeting, including material broadcasted or made available in the Annual Meeting website by the meeting organisers, without written permission.
Views and opinions expressed during the meeting are those of the individual researchers and do not necessarily reflect the official position of the IAMC or any other institutions.
The meeting is not intended for the general public or press, despite these categories of participants are welcome to attend. Nevertheless, press-related activities, including filming and direct quotes, are not appropriate for this meeting. Individual researchers are free to share their findings with the press as they wish outside of the meeting.