The Fifteenth International Conference on Atmospheric Electricity (ICAE 2014) will be held in Norman, Oklahoma, USA, 15-20 June 2014. Under the auspices of the IUGG/IAMAS International Commission on Atmospheric Electricity, the ICAE brings together scientists from all over the world to discuss the latest research on atmospheric electricity. The previous four conferences have been in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2011, http://www.icae2011.net.br), Beijing, China (2007), Versailles, France (2003), and Huntsville, Alabama, USA (1999).
Co-hosts for ICAE 2014 will be the NOAA/National Severe Storms Laboratory and the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences of the University of Oklahoma. Both are housed in the National Weather Center in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma provides visitors many opportunities to sample the heritage of both its Native American and cowboy roots.
Deadline extended to 11 November 2013!
Attach your abstract to the email as a file in pdf format. If you would prefer a poster presentation, please indicate that in your email. The requested format for the abstract is described in a template available from the ICAE 2014 web page (http://icae2014.nwc.ou.edu/).
Papers are solicited on any topic related to atmospheric or near-space electricity, but papers are particularly solicited on the following topics:
Fair-Weather Electrical Properties of the Atmosphere
Atmospheric Ions, Clusters, and Nanoparticles
Non-Thunderstorm Electrified Clouds
Global Electrical Circuit
Cloud Electrification Processes
Electrical Effects on Microphysics
Thunderstorm Charges and Currents
Energetic Radiation from Thunderstorms and Lightning
Lightning Occurrence Relative to Meteorology
Lightning Effects on the Middle and Upper Atmosphere (including TLEs)
Distant Electromagnetic Environment Produced by Lightning
Lightning and Climate
Lightning Effects on Atmospheric Chemistry
Meteorological Applications of Lightning Data
Lightning Detection Technologies
The decision concerning your paper will be sent by 15 January 2014 to the email address listed as your paper’s contact. If your paper is accepted for presentation, you will be requested to send an extended abstract by 15 April 2014.
More information about the conference is available at http://icae2014.nwc.ou.edu/. Information about the conference hotel is available at http://cc.nced.com/. If you wish to ensure that you receive all upcoming information about the conference, please send a request via e-mail to email@example.com.