31st IUGG Conference on Mathematical Geophysics, Paris

CMG 2016 FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT from the Organizing Committee and the IUGG Committee on Mathematical Geophysics

31st IUGG Conference on Mathematical Geophysics, Paris
"Geophysics, from Mathematics to Experiments"

The 31st IUGG Conference on Mathematical Geophysics (CMG) is to be held at the Institut Henri Poincare (Paris) during June 6-10, 2016. The CMG takes place every two years all over the world, and covers a wide spectrum of current research topics in Geophysics. The conference aims to draw together key contemporary issues in mathematical geophysics, including solid Earth, ocean, atmosphere, cryosphere, climate observations and data assimilation; modeling of the Earth system and its components; model validation and solving contemporary earth science problems. In addition to the traditional focus on theoretical and modeling works, the CMG 2016 will also emphasize experimental works  -- in particular conceptual experiments that address physical mechanisms and scaling laws.

Funding to support students and early career scientists may be available.

Tentative Schedule:
October 2015: First announcement
November 2015: Call for abstracts opens; the list of solicited speakers is complete. 
January 2016: Call for abstracts closes 
February 2016: Talk/poster selection and registration opens 
April 2016: Registration closes 
6th of June 2016: CMG2016 begins!

Please note the dates and visit the website for more details:  cmg2016.sciencesconf.org  


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