Plan for the 2023 ARM/ASR Joint Meeting!

Published: 28 July 2023
People make their way through rows of posters at the ARM/ASR joint meeting.
Join your ARM and ASR colleagues at the 2023 ARM/ASR joint meeting, which is scheduled from August 7 to 10 in Rockville, Maryland.

The next Joint Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) User Facility/Atmospheric System Research (ASR) Principal Investigators Meeting will take place August 7 to 10, 2023, at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in Rockville, Maryland, with some hybrid elements. Those attending virtually will be able to listen to and present remotely in the plenary and breakout sessions and submit virtual posters.

This meeting will bring together ARM users and infrastructure members and ASR researchers to review progress and plan future directions for the ARM user facility and ASR research.

A meeting agenda, breakout session descriptions, and registration and hotel information can be found on the meeting website.

General meeting sessions will run from 9 a.m. Eastern time Monday, August 7, to 12:45 p.m. Eastern time Thursday, August 10. In a change from past meetings, the first plenary session will take place Monday morning instead of Tuesday.

Attendees interested in participating in the open science breakout session tutorials are asked to complete this registration form so that appropriate computer account permissions can be set up before the tutorials. 

Joint meeting attendees, please upload your posters and submit your summary reports and presentations.

If you are creating printed posters, you may want to use one of the templates below. The poster boards this year will accommodate two 48″x48″ posters, side by side. Please design your posters to be no more than 48″ wide. Looking for imagery in include in your poster design? ARM has an image library to support your poster needs.

If you are creating a presentation or virtual poster, the below templates include helpful guidance on layout and font sizes.

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