Talking Earth sciences in Vienna

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From climate modeling to forecasting, from impacts on economy and health to climate change communication. EGU23 will feature a variety of scientific sessions by and with CMCC researchers from different research divisions. Check out all the events organized by the CMCC Foundation.

The EGU (European Geosciences Union) General Assembly 2023 brings together geoscientists from all over the world to an international meeting where Earth, planetary, and space sciences are discussed and ideas are shared. EGU23 aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of the geosciences.

Following the experiences from the fully virtual meeting in 2020/2021 and the first hybrid meeting in 2022 (with many limitations due to the COVID-19 pandemic), the EGU 2023 General Assembly will combine the best of long-established, traditional presentation and networking formats, while drawing on new concepts to support hybridization, improving accessibility and inclusion for all participants.

EGU23 will feature oral presentations, poster sessions and the established PICO format for both presenters on-site in Vienna as well as those presenting remotely.

From climate modeling to risk assessment, from policy action to climate change communication, on April 23–28, 2023, CMCC researchers from different research divisions will take part in the event as conveners, co-conveners, or in poster presentations.

For a full list of the scientific sessions organized or co-organized by the CMCC Foundation please visit the event page:

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