Reminder: Abstract submission and SYSTA travel support to attend IUGG2023

The 28th IUGG General Assembly will be held July 11-20, 2023 at the CityCube in Berlin, Germany. This is a special opportunity for participants from around the world to come together and share their science and culture. 

Abstract submission and online registration are open on the IUGG2023 website:
Registration:  https://www.iugg2023berlin.org/registration-guidelines/#     
Abstract submission: https://www.iugg2023berlin.org/abstract-submission/  
Submission of a travel grant application: https://www.iugg2023berlin.org/travel-grant/

IAHS Sivapalan Young Scientists Travel Awards:
The closing date for applications for IAHS SYSTA travel support has been extended to 12 noon (GMT) on 5 January 2023.  The award is to be used towards the costs of participating in the IAHS programme at the IUGG 2023 General Assembly during 12-16th July 2023.

Full details of the IAHS SYSTA eligibility criteria and application procedure can be found at: https://iahs.info/About-IAHS/SYSTA.do 

Applications will be considered from hydrologists that meet ALL of the following criteria:

They grew up and now reside in a financially disadvantaged country.
They are registered for a PhD, or completed their PhD less than 5 years ago (an extra year per child is allowed for parents if they took parental leave).
There is evidence of their high quality/high potential as a scientist in the form of a paper of which they are first author in Hydrological Sciences Journal (HSJ) or Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (PIAHS) (or in another listed hydrological journal).
They have not previously received a SYSTA award for intercontinental travel.
They will be giving a presentation at the meeting.

Applicants must have submitted an abstract for the IUGG 2023 General Assembly. The maximum award value is 2500 euros.

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