REMINDER - DEADLINE
Call for Abstracts with Grant Application
Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly DACA-13
Air, Ice & Process Interactions
8 – 12 July 2013, Davos, Switzerland
The IAMAS & IACS Associations of the IUGG invite the international scientific community to their joint 2013
Assembly - the DACA-13 conference - to discuss latest developments in atmospheric and cryospheric
research. DACA-13 will be held in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos, which can be reached by train from
Zurich Airport in about two hours. Davos, Europe's highest city, is situated in the Eastern part of the
Swiss Alps at 1560 meters above sea level.
The DACA-13 Scientific Program Committee invites the submission of abstracts on original or review work
to be considered for oral or poster presentations.
The deadline for the submission of abstracts with grant application is 14 December 2012.
Authors, who wish to apply for a travel grant, have to submit their abstract(s) until 14 December 2012
at the latest. Once you have logged into the abstract submission system and ticked the box for grant
application, you will be provided with a form to hand in a short letter of motivation, a CV and your
publication list (copy-paste).
To look at the program, please go to http://www.daca-13.org/program/index_EN
To submit an abstract, please go to http://www.daca-13.org/AbstractSubmission/index_EN
To check out the preliminary schedule for the week, please go to
To read the call for abstracts from 1 October 2012 in full length, please go to
Deadline for abstracts with grant application 14 December 2012
Deadline for abstracts without grant application 31 January 2013
Acceptance information and draft program 28 February 2013
Deadline early bird registration 31 March 2013
Conference DACA-13 8 -12 July 2013
If you have any questions regarding the conference or the scientific program, please contact the
Project Manager for DACA-13, Anja Schilling (email@example.com).
For questions related to the location, accommodation or travels, please contact the head of the
Davos Congress Administration, Michèle Lagger (firstname.lastname@example.org).