There will be a conference special issue in Atmospheric Research (http://www.journals.elsevier.com/atmospheric-research/).
Submission deadline for manuscripts is October 1st 2013
The target publication date is April 1st 2014
Manuscripts will be submitted to the special issue online: http://ees.elsevier.com/atmosres/
If you have any questions, please contact to Dr. Pierre Herckes (email@example.com)
|Dec||2011||First Announcement of Deadlines & Milestones|
|04 Jul||2012||Second Announcement (Opening of Abstract Submission)|
|01 Oct||2012||Early bird abstract submission deadline|
|31 Oct||2012||Early bird abstract acceptance decision*|
|Dec||2012||Third Announcement (Opening of Registration)|
|31 Jan||2013||Original abstract submission deadline|
|10 Feb||2013||Extended deadline for abstract submission|
|18 Feb||2013||Abstract acceptance decision|
|mid-Mar||2013||Decision about oral/poster presentations|
|19-24 May||2013||6th International Conference on Fog, Fog Collection and Dew|
|2016||7th International Conference in Poland|
|Early Registration (~ 15 Apr)||Late Registration (16 Apr ~)|
|Scientist||JPY 45,000||JPY 55,000|
|Student||JPY 20,000||JPY 25,000|
|Accompanying person conference banquet||JPY 10,000|
Participant registration fees include:
- Admittance to oral and poster sessions
- Conference materials
- Ice breaker (19 May)
- Conference banquet (23 May)
Two day pass is available by JPY 20,000 for encouraging the participation of the scientists in the host country but the fee includes only two day admittance to oral and poster sessions and the conference materials.
Wednesday Excursion (JPY 6,000)
- A limited amount of travel support is available for students and for scientists, who will make a presentation in the conference, preferably from developing countries.
- Applications due by 28 February 2013. Send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include proof of student status (student card or equivalent) and/or professional or scientific status (affiliation, type of position). Response will be given by 15 April 2013.
Red Brick Warehouse
The 6th International Conference on Fog, Fog Collection and Dew will be held in Yokohama, Japan, 19-24 May, 2013.
The goal of this conference is to bring together people who are interested in any aspect of fog and dew. Both advanced scientific findings and fog collection projects will find a broad audience. Participants will include representatives from universities, the private sector, government and international agencies, as well as educational organizations.
This conference series was started in 1998 in Vancouver, Canada, then visited St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada (2001), Cape Town, South Africa (2004), La Serena, Chile (2007), and Münster, Germany (2010).
|Yokohama & Mt. Fuji||Yokohama Sankeien Garden|
The venue for the 2013 conference is a hall in Red Brick Warehouse, a historic building in Yokohama. There are many comfortable hotels, beautiful spots, and shopping centers near the venue.
Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan, and a beautiful harbor town. Yokohama is easily accessible from Tokyo international airports in Narita (about 1.5 to 2 hours) and in Haneda (about 30 min). Yokohama is very close to Tokyo (30 min by train) and is also close to Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Further information can be obtained from the Yokohama Convention & Visitors Bureau.
The Commemorative Organization for the Japan World Exposition ('70) (http://www.expo70.or.jp/, http://www.expo70.or.jp/e/), The Obayashi Foundation, The Inoue Foundation for Science, The Kajima Foundation, Tokyo Ohka Foundation for The Promotion of Science and Technolog, The Asahi Glass Foundation, The MIKIYA Science And Technology Foundation, The Yokohama Convention & Visitors Bureau, H.Ikeuchi & Co.,Ltd., Kimoto Electric Co., Ltd., Horiba, Ltd.
Under the auspices of
Ministry of the Environment, Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama City, Science Council of Japan, Japan Society of Atmospheric Environment, Meteorological Society of Japan
- Manabu Igawa* (Kanagawa University)
- Mitsuo Uematsu** (The University of Tokyo)
- Norimichi Takenaka** (Osaka Prefecture University)
- Hiroshi Okochi** (Waseda University)
- Mizuo Kajino (Meteorological Research Institute)
- Yukiya Minami (Ishikawa Prefectural University)
- Kentaro Murano (Hosei University)
- Ben Nanzai (Kanagawa University)
- Seiki Nomoto (Gifu University)
- Hiroko Ogata (Waseda University)
- Hideyuki Shimizu (National Institute for Environmental Studies)
- Hiroshi Tago (Gunma Prefecture)
- Masaki Takeuchi (The University of Tokushima)
- Yoshio Usui (Usui Kogyo Kenkyusho)
- Koichi Watanabe (Toyama Prefectural University)
- * chairman, **vice‐chairman
The conference poster in the left hand side is freely available.
Contact (E-mail address): email@example.com
|Jeff Collett||Chair, USA|
|Jörg Bendix||Fog in Remote Sensing, Germany|
|Simon Berkowicz||Dew, Israel|
|Daniel Beysens||Dew, France|
|Sampurno Bruijnzeel||Fog in Ecohydrology, Netherlands|
|Pilar Cereceda||Organizer 4th Congress, Chile|
|Shih‐Chieh Chang||Fog and Ecosystems, Taiwan|
|Werner Eugster||Past Scientific Committee Chair, Switzerland|
|Fabio Goncalves||Fog Physics, Brazil|
|Frank Griessbaum||Flux measurement, Germany|
|Ismail Gultepe||Cloud Physics, Canada|
|Pierre Herckes||Fog Chemistry, USA|
|Manabu Igawa||Organizer 6th Congress, Japan|
|Otto Klemm||Organizer 5th Congress, Germany|
|Detlev Möller||Fog Chemistry and History, Germany|
|Esmaiel Malek||Clouds & Energy Budgets, USA|
|Victoria Marzol||Fog Collection, Spain|
|Jose M. Molina||Fog Collection, USA|
|Shengjie Niu||Fog Physics and Chemistry, China|
|Hannes Rautenbach||Organizer 3rd Congress, South Africa|
|Robert Schemenauer||Conference Founder, Canada|
|Martha Scholl||Isotopes, USA|
|Mietek Sobik||Organizer 7th Congress, Poland|
|Conrado Tobon||Fog and Ecosystems, Colombia|
|Mitsuo Uematsu||Organizer 6th Congress, Japan|
|Michael Witiw||Education Outreach, USA|
|Suping Zhang||Fog Physics, China|