The University of Birmingham is proud to host the UK Atmospheric Science Conference 2019.
Led by the Royal Meteorological Society and the National Centre for Atmospheric Science, this 2-day conference has brought together research scientists and operational meteorologists to share knowledge and ideas.
Showcasing new developments
#ASC2019’s cross-disciplinary nature allows an exchange of the very latest developments in atmospheric science. Speakers, workshops, posters and presentations feature topics as diverse as machine learning in Earth Sciences, air pollution removal by vegetation, and the impact of topographic changes in the atmosphere on heat increase in the Middle East.
This vital research now carries an urgency and significance for a wider public like never before.
A fitting location
The University of Birmingham is the ideal setting for 2019’s conference. The University is a key part of the global search for solutions to climate change and air pollution, through research across physical, biological and social sciences.
Hear from William Bloss, Professor of Atmospheric Science, explain his research into the changing composition of our atmosphere.
The Aston Webb Building on the University campus provides the ideal setting for this conference for 165 delegates.
With multiple meeting rooms all in the same building, it’s quick and easy for delegates to find their way to key sessions.
Lecture theatres are designed for the exchange of important ideas. The Great Hall’s high ceiling and open space invites guests in, allowing a free flow of movement around posters and for networking at coffee breaks. Both make the perfect backdrop.
And it’s all managed by the friendly Conferences & events team, from advice on room choice to ensuring the right range of catering options is available at lunchtime.