Full program with extended abstract 

Poster printing in Cancun


Submissions are welcome on all research topics related to clouds and precipitation, such as:

• Microphysics of clouds and precipitation
• Cloud dynamics and structure
• Modeling of cloud processes and parameterizations
• Aerosol-cloud interactions
• Cloud-chemistry interactions
• Cloud-climate interactions
• Instrumentation for cloud physics research
• Applications of cloud physics

The conference will schedule oral and poster presentations with both types given equal status. Extended poster sessions are planned after lunch during four days, to encourage discussions and stimulate interactions. Ample space is available, so that posters will remain in display for the duration of the conference. Awards for best posters will be given in several categories.

An exhibit area is planned and we welcome inquires from potential exhibitors. Dr. Darrel Baumgardner (darrel@servidor.unam.mx) is responsible for the exhibits.

Paper submission charge
As in previous Conferences, a paper submission charge will be required to appear in the Proceedings, which will be credited towards the registration fee. The fee is required upon submission of the extended abstract by the submission deadline. Please note that the submitted paper will not be inserted in the Proceedings if the fee is not received.
This fee is requested for each paper submitted, but only one fee will be credited per each registered participant, in the event that one registrant submits more than one paper.
Upon reception of the payment, made using the pre-charge form, a numbered receipt will be sent by email. Please quote this number in the proper space of the registration form.

Participants that would like to receive a printed version of the Proceedings of this conference are required to explicitly request it by 1 May 2008 via email, and will be charged $100 USD.