CATCH at IGAC 2021

CATCH science at the 2021 IGAC Science Conference

Atmospheric Chemistry from a Distance: Real Progress through Virtual Interaction

The next CATCH science gathering will be held during the IGAC 2021 online meeting. When you submit your abstract, note that this is CATCH science relevant to join our planned gathering of CATCH scientists during the IGAC meeting. This will serve as our online CATCH science workshop for 2021, therefore we encourage all researchers working on CATCH relevant topics to attend. We hope to hold a CATCH focused session and have a side meeting for CATCH researchers to network during the week (starting on September 12, 2021).

For the 2021 virtual conference, IGAC's scientific program will center its scientific program around its current working groups and activities. This will highlight the exciting work being done as part of IGAC, grow the networks of these working groups and activities (including CATCH), and expose new scientists to the year-round work IGAC does. IGAC will also have an open science session for atmospheric chemistry research that does not fit into any current working groups or activities. We hope this will expose any gaps in IGAC's current activities and serve as a poll for the atmospheric community on the next big questions in atmospheric chemistry.

Abstracts are open for submission here and are due May 15th, 2021. You may modify abstracts submitted for the delayed Manchester 2020 IGAC conference or delete and submit a new abstract.

The conference will take place the week of September 12, 2021. An Early Career Research Programme will take place the week before the main conference. A link to register your interest in this program is at the bottom of the abstract submission link.

To register for the conference without submitting an abstract, click here.

To register interest for the Early Career short course (the week prior to the conference) click here. For this programme, Early Career scientists are defined as graduate students and researchers less than four years post-graduation (Masters or Ph.D).