​This year, the Atmospheric Science Conference will take place as a series of three online events with the overarching theme of ‘Atmospheric Science for Solutions’.


This is your opportunity to keep up-to-date with activities from across the whole of the community. We will gather online to inspire new ideas and collaborations, discuss solutions for today’s environmental challenges, and celebrate the ways that our multidisciplinary work is translating to real-world impact.

The Atmospheric Science Conference will combine keynote presentations with plenary speakers, oral presentations, parallel sessions, and short talks with a limited number of slides. To support the overarching theme, the first two events will include plenary sessions on net zero emissions, climate adaptation and resilience, and disaster risk reduction. The third event will look to the future and the opportunities and challenges that will impact atmospheric science moving forward.

The Atmospheric Science Conference is proudly hosted by the National Centre for Atmospheric Science and the Royal Meteorological Society, two of the UK's most influential organisations committed to advancing atmospheric science.

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Keynote Speakers

Net Zero | 22 June 2021​

Prof Keith P Shine | University of Reading

Prof Myles Allen | Oxford University

Dr Sarah Honour | Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Adaptation and Resilience | 6 July 2021​


Dr Tom Philp | Maximum Information

Dr Linda Speight | University of Reading

Prof Erin Coughlan de Perez | Feinstein International Center, Tufts Uni

Dr Gary Fuller | Imperial

Atmospheric Science: The Next Decade | 21 September 2021​

Dr Samantha V. Adams | Met Office

Dr Peter Bauer | ECMWF

Dr Barbara Brooks | National Centre for Atmospheric Science

Dr Antje Inness | ECMWF

Dr Christine Johnson | Met Office

Simon Lee | University of Reading

Dr Ruth Purvis | NCAS, University of York

Prof John Remedios | National Centre for Earth Observation

Prof David M. Schultz | University of Manchester

Prof Ted Shepherd | University of Reading

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