JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2020 | NEWS & INFO No.03 (SEPT 27, 2019)
Time Flies... and there are only 2 weeks left to submit a proposal for JpGU-AGU2020!

DEADLINE: 11 OCT, 5:00p.m. JST

What is special about this meeting?
At JpGU 2019, we had more than 8000 attendees, 240 sessions convened and 5028 presentations delivered. Being a joint meeting with AGU, we expect more and more attendances/ sessions/ presentations from all over the world at 2020.

Another good thing is that all sessions are considered as jointed with AGU. Not only JpGU but also AGU will help promote and call for abstracts via various AGU channels. Currently, JpGU-AGU 2020 has been promoted in several issues of AGU newsletter, AGUniverse, and more promotions are coming up!

All individuals must have a JpGU ID in order to be registered as a (co-)convener.
It might sound like a lot of work but if you or someone you are planning to ask to be one of the conveners has an AGU account, he/ she can obtain a JpGU ID by just one click.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have inquiries regarding session proposals and/or ID acquirement.

We are looking forward to have many proposals.

【Additional Resources】

JpGU-AGU 2020 encourages session proposals from the next generation of scientists (students and early-to-mid career members)

Application for Collaborative Sessions Now Accepting

We would be glad if you could take some time to consider having your session as collaborative session.
JpGU has two types of collaborative sessions, joint sessions with partner Unions and co-sponsored sessions with Society Members (51 organizations)
Both types will be promoted in a designated webpage.

To have joint sessions with EGU and/or AOGS, application is required. The deadline to submit the application is 11 OCT.

See Joint Sessions at JpGU2019

Co-sponsored sessions with Society Members does not require applications to JpGU but conveners should contact each Society's representatives directly.

See Co-sponsored Sessions at JpGU 2019

We welcome and encourage early career scientists / female scientists to propose or co-convene a session at JpGU-AGU 2020.