28 September – 04 October 2019 Boston, MA**
The event was co-organized by the AMS Committee on Satellite Meteorology, Oceanography, and Climatology, EUMETSAT, and NOAA and hosted by the American Meteorological Society.
There were several sponsorship opportunities available at the 2019 Joint Satellite Conference. All sponsors will receive recognition on the conference website, conference program and signage at event sponsored.
* The following societies are cosponsoring the 2019 Joint Satellite Conference: EUMETSAT and NOAA
Registration had reached capacity. Instructors & organizers should register using the form below.
All short course/workshop attendees must have registered and wore a badge/ribbon. Short course/workshop registration was not included in the 2019 Joint Satellite Conference registration, and short course/workshop registration did not include registration for the 2019 Joint Satellite Conference.
Sunday, 29 September 6-9pm | Harpoon Brewery
Met up with other attendees and kick off a great week at the 2019 JSC Welcome Drink. The reception was held at The Harpoon Brewery & Beer Hall, located in Boston's Seaport District. Drinks and pretzels were provided.
Monday, 30 September 6-8pm | Pavillion at the Westin Waterfront
The icebreaker reception will be held at the conference hotel right after sessions break for the first time in a heated tented area. Connect with colleague and discuss the first day of the program while enjoying hors d'ouvres and a cash bar.
Wednesday, 2 October 6-9pm | The State Room
The 2019 Joint Satellite Conference Banquet will be held at the State Room, an urban event space offering unmatched views of Boston and the harbor. Perched atop Sixty State Street, the State Room will provide an event that attendees will rave about for years to come. Please note that tickets for this event are separate from the registration fee and are priced at $30 each. Tickets are limited. Banquet tickets for children are available, please contact [email protected] for additional information.
It is the Society's sincere desire to comply fully with both the letter and the spirit of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. Attendees with special needs at the conference should check with the AMS Meetings Department by email ([email protected]) or by phone (617-226-3916), four–six weeks prior to the meeting to request special arrangements. Special housing needs should be requested when making hotel reservations.
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**This is a note to those who have a concern about the overlap of the joint conference with the Jewish High Holidays. This conflict has had the awareness of the conference chairs, and we’ve done our best to plan the conference schedule to mitigate it. We began with several constraints bounding us. In broad terms, the EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Conference always meets the same time of the year, around the end of September, and we could not ask them to shift the timing significantly, given they were already making an exception by meeting outside of Europe. The AMS realizes significant cost avoidance by using the same hotel more than once, and we will be using the same venue as for the 2020 Annual Meeting. When we began planning this in detail, more than two years in advance, we found that of the limited number of venues capable of holding an event of this size, only limited availability remained. We wanted to avoid Yom Kippur at all costs. That said, Rosh Hashanah has real meaning: while generally known as the New Year's Day of the Jewish calendar, it is also the Jewish New Year, the Day of Judgement, the Day of Remembrance, and the Day of Shofar Blowing. It is also celebrated for two days—though many, not all, generally only observe the first day. The events on the weekend, Saturday and Sunday, will be primarily NOAA satellite workshops (e.g., direct broadcast), though we will have a welcome drink Sunday evening. We will be placing the programmatic talks on Monday, in the expectation that those unable to attend Monday will look forward to the primary scientific, operational, and technical talks which will run Tuesday through Friday. For those unable to attend Tuesday as well, and we understand that may be the case for some, we will have flexibility in formulating sessions in the remainder of the week so that all may benefit from, and participate in, the exceptional networking and technical exchange that will be core to this historic conference.