ISSW February News Letter

ISSW 2020: Abstract Submissions Wanted!

The abstract submission page went live recently and will remain open until April 27, the deadline for submitting abstracts. That means you’ve got some time to get your presentation ideas together, but you should get going on it soon. The conference is especially excited to hear from front-line workers, providing a great venue for you to share your experience and ideas with avalanche professionals from around the world.

If you have never, or rarely, presented in public before, the ISSW is a great opportunity to broaden your horizons, with a friendly audience very interested in what you have to say. This page explains the process of submitting an abstract. And feel free to email us if you’re looking for assistance or have questions.

When submitting an abstract, you’ll be asked to select from the following list of themes that best represents your topic:

  • Avalanche Dynamics
  • Avalanche Education
  • Avalanche Forecasting
  • Avalanche Formation and Failure
  • Avalanche Incidents and Case Studies
  • Avalanche Rescue
  • Avalanche Risk Communication
  • Climate Change and Sustainability
  • Human Behaviours and Decision Making
  • Instrumentation and Remote Sensing
  • Planning and Engineering Solutions
  • Snow and Snowpack Properties
  • Terrain Management

So get those thinking caps on and get working on an abstract! It’s an experience that is well worth the effort. Here are the key dates you won’t want to miss:

  • April 27 – abstract submission deadline
  • June 5 – review results released
  • June 26 – presenting authors must be registered
  • August 24 – full papers due
  • Oct 4 – 9 – ISSW 2020, Fernie, BC

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