Call for Papers


Thanks to all participants who submitted their works to any of our technical sessions. We have received a vast number of abstracts, and we are currently working on the Congress Schedule. 

We will have a definite answer regarding abstracts acceptance and allocation before August 5th, 2017.


There will be both oral and poster presentations during the Congress. Participants will be able to choose their preference (oral or poster) in the application form, but final mode of presentation will be decided by the Programme Committee and the respective Conveners, based on space/time restrictions.


The allocated time for oral presentations will be 20 minutes in total. This includes time for the presenter to be introduced, present his/her contribution, and answer a number of questions from the general audience. Therefore, presenters should plan their actual presentation for no more than 15 minutes. Please stick to the time, as we have parallel sessions and people may want to switch rooms. There is also a tight schedule and it is important that each presenter stay within the time limit. Please, bring your presentation to the meeting on a USB to load on the conference room before your session start. You will not be able to use your own laptop for your presentation. You can load your presentation on one of the conference laptops before the first session, during coffee breaks, or during lunch preceding your presentation. A support staff member will be in each room to assist with the loading.


For each poster, display boards will be allocated. The poster board usable space will be 0.8×1.15cm (vertical orientation). Please follow both measurements and orientation as no other usable space can be allocated for you. The poster area will be open for display during the entire congress; hence presenters are invited to be next to their posters site during coffee breaks. Posters will need to be taken down by the end of the last day. 


The main goal of the first assembly of the ICCCI is to serve as a meeting point for promoting debates on several topics related to the present and past Climate Change, including diverse perspectives and scientific, economic and social approaches. In this sense, the scientific program mainly contemplates the following thematic fields:

Other related topics include: Modeling of the climate changes, Carbon emissions, Heat budget, Ocean-atmosphere interactions, Glaciers and water supply, Hydroclimates extreme events, Health issues.