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Abstract Deadlines for AMS, AGU Meetings

AMS 2021 Annual Meeting AGU 2020 Fall Meeting

The 100th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting in will be held 10–14 January 2021 in New Orleans, LA. This year's theme is “Strengthening engagement with communities through our science and service.” The submission deadline for abstracts is 3 August 2020. Abstracts for the 20th Annual Student Conference are due by 21 September 2020.

The American Geophysical Union's 2020 Fall Meeting in will be held 7-11 December 2020 in San Francisco, CA. This year's theme is “Shaping the Future of Science.” The submission deadline for abstracts is 29 July 2020.

Organizers of the AMS meeting are still in the process of determining how best to hold the 2021 meeting. AGU organizers have declared that the 2020 Fall meeting will be “mostly virtual” but may also organize in-person regional events. See the full post for additional information.

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Unidata Program Center Welcomes Tiffany Meyer

Tiffany Meyer

Tiffany Meyer joined the Unidata Program Center software development team on May 18th, 2020. Before joining Unidata, Tiffany had been at the Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS) — a collaborative research facility sponsored by the University of Oklahoma — for the past 8 years. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from the University of Oklahoma, and a Master of Science degree in Atmospheric Science with a focus on lightning from Colorado State University.

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Meet Unidata's 2020 Summer Interns

2020 Unidata Summer Interns

Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Unidata Program Center is working with three software development interns via a “virtual internship” program this summer. Even though we're not in the office, we're happy to have these three students with us for the summer of 2020. Click through to read their introductions.

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Bringing Back the NIU Weather Server

Northern Illinois University

In the spring of 2019, Northern Illinois University (NIU) applied for and received a Unidata Community Equipment Award grant for a project titled “Bringing back weather.niu.edu: A multifaced server at Northern Illinois University.” The NIU Meteorology department (now Geographic and Atmospheric Sciences) has been involved in the dissemination of meteorological data since the late 1990s, when Russell L. DeSouza Award winner Mr. Gilbert Sebenste set up the “NIU Weather” server at weather.niu.edu. The server relayed data to dozens of Universities via the LDM and had a popular “storm machine” website that provided some of the earliest model forecast soundings. After Mr. Sebenste's departure from NIU in 2017, the server was taken off-line.

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Unidata is looking for a Software Developer

TDS

The Unidata Program Center is hiring! We are looking for a scientific software developer to join our team in creating and maintaining software and data services to support the geosciences.

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