AM S 200 1 MEETINGS To honor the memory of Spiros ("Speed") Geotis, who inspired many students in his career of more than 40 years, 30t h Internationa l Conferenc e o n Rada r Meteor- the Spiros G. Geotis Prize will be awarded for the best ology , 19-2 4 Jul y 2001 , Munich , German y student paper. Students who wish to be considered for this The AMS 30th International Conference on Radar prize should indicate that when submitting their abstract, Meteorology, sponsored by the American Meteorological and they must be lead author and presenter of the paper. Society, and organized by the AMS Committee on Radar Recent graduates who completed their degree require- Meteorology, will be held 19-24 July 2001 in Munich, ments after the 29th Conference on Radar Meteorology Germany. The theme of this conference is "Integrated (July 1999) are also eligible for the Geotis Prize. Papers approaches of using radar for understanding and predict- must be based on work done by a student, or largely com- ing atmospheric and hydrologic processes." pleted while a student, and will be judged on scientific A preliminary program, registration, hotel and travel content and presentation at the
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 2001
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