EGU 2018 – Call for Abstracts
Abstract submission deadline: Jan 10, 2018
Financial support application deadline: Dec 1, 2017
The next European Geosciences Union General Assembly will take place between 8–13 April 2018 in Vienna, Austria. Don’t forget to submit your abstract to the conference by 10 January 2018.
Roland Schlich travel support
There is a limited amount of financial support to encourage participation of early career scientists to EGU 2018. Scientists who wish to apply for financial support should submit an abstract, on which they are first authors, by 1 December 2017. If you want to know more details on how the applications are evaluated and funding is allocated, you can refer to this blog post.
YHS sessions at EGU 2018
Young Hydrologic Society (YHS) is organizing several PICO sessions (what is a PICO session?). If you are planning to attend the EGU General Assembly 2018 (EGU 2018), we invite you to submit an abstract to the following PICO sessions:
- Future of (hydrological) publishing (Conveners: Tim van Emmerik, Stefanie Lutz, Andrea Popp)
- Novel techniques that worked or failed in teaching hydrology – teachers and students stories (Conveners: Nejc Bezak, Lieke Melsen, V. Merwade, Mojca Sraj, Guillaume Thirel)
- Learning from hypotheses and failures in hydrology (Conveners: Hannes Müller, Vazken Andréassian, Attilio Castellarin, Anne Fangmann, Ina Pohle)
YHS will organize several short courses (SCs) during the EGU GA 2018. You are probably already familiar with one of these SCs if you have attended EGU before 😉 Here is the list of planned SCs:
- How to write (and publish) a scientific paper in hydrology (Conveners: Wouter Berghuijs, Andrea Popp)
- Hydroinformatics for Hydrology: extreme value modelling (Conveners: Nilay Dogulu, Harsh Beria, Maurizio Mazzoleni, Hannes Müller)
- Using R in Hydrology (Conveners: Louise Slater, Shaun Harrigan, Tobias Gauster, Alexander Hurley, Guillaume Thirel)
- Meet the Expert in Hydrology: Bridging the gap between hydrological science and practice (Conveners: Nilay Dogulu, Harsh Beria, Wouter Knoben, Andrea Popp, Tim van Emmerik)
- Rhyme Your Research (Conveners: Sam Illingworth, Esther Posner, Tim van Emmerik)
In case you have any questions regarding the sessions or short courses, please do not hesitate to contact the conveners (contact information of session conveners can be found in the hyperlinks).
We are looking forward to your contributions. Hope to see you in Vienna!
About the author: Nilay Dogulu (@DoguluNilay) is a PhD candidate at the Middle East Technical University, Water Resources Laboratory and Early Career Scientist representative for the EGU Hydrological Sciences Division (@EGU_HS). She has been actively involved in Young Hydrologic Society since 2014, acting as the secretary (2015-2016) and the chair (2016-2017) of the board.