The EGU23 General Assembly has ended with 18,831 researchers joining us both in Vienna and online from all across the world for a week of scientific discoveries, discussions and new connections. All of the volunteers from the Programme Committee who put the meeting together, to the hundreds of other EGU volunteers who make the meeting possible, the staff at EGU, and our conference partner, Copernicus, want to thank you for taking time for science with us and hope that you had an exciting and productive week. Now that the meeting is over we have a couple of short announcements and pieces of information, so let’s jump right in!
So, what do you need to know, now the meeting has ended?
For all conveners, authors and attendees!
- Upload of supplementary materials and commenting is still available until 31 May.
- Didn’t catch the live sessions of the Great Debates, Union Symposia, Medal and Award lectures or Press Conferences? Recordings of these sessions are available for on-demand viewing on the EGU23 website until the end of May for registered attendees, and publicly after this date.
- Let us know your feedback about the EGU23 General Assembly by filling in our feedback survey! The survey is open until 31 May 2023.
- Have a say about who will give a Medal or Award Lecture in 2024 by nominating your colleagues for an EGU Award or Medal by 15 June 2023. Nominations of those from historically under-represented groups are particularly welcomed, and don’t forget to nominate an individual or team for the new Champion(s) for EDI Award, which is accepting nominations until 31 August 2023.
- Start thinking of your ideas for sessions for EGU24, which will be held both online and in Vienna 14–19 April 2024. The email opening the call for sessions will be sent later in June.
- If you require a certificate of participation you can now download it directly from the EGU23 website.