TROPMET-2022 Abstract Submission Deadline Extended till 15 August 2022.

TROPMET is a series of national conferences organized each year by IMS. Every fourth year, the TROPMET is organized at the international level with the name INTROMET. This year, TROPMET will be held in the city of Bhopal at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Bhopal. TROPMET-2022 focuses on weather and climate prediction, including applications in the water and agricultural sectors. The climate varies naturally in space and time. Today's concern is the occurrence of climate changes due to human activities. These changes are manifested in an increase in temperature, extreme weather events such as floods, droughts, heat waves, dust storms, heavy precipitation events etc. These weather events need constant monitoring to reduce their potential impacts on society. Since observation stations are not available at every spatial point of interest, modelling efforts are required to help assess the situation. Also, process studies are essential to understand the phenomena to a greater depth. Keeping these facts in mind, TROPMET-2022 will make efforts to bring together climate scientists, agricultural scientists, local government bodies, academicians, policymakers and disasters, and other related experts to discuss and share information for the benefit of the society. A detailed program for this event is being prepared.


  • Land-air-sea interaction
  • Ocean's circulation and variability
  • Cryosphere and climate change
  • Predictability and teleconnections: interannual to multi-decadal timescales
  • Aerosols and their interactions with weather and climate
  • Land use and change, soil degradation, conservation and management

  • Weather and climate modelling: evaluation and uncertainty assessments
  • Modelling strategies for weather and climate prediction and climate change projection, including calibration and downscaling
  • Regional Earth system modelling
  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) in weather and climate prediction
  • Ocean observations and data assimilation to improve forecasting of extreme events
  • Physical processes and their representation in models

  • Application of weather and climate predictions in flood management
  • Application of climate information for hydrological planning
  • Weather and climate inputs to hydrological modelling
  • Application of sub-seasonal to seasonal prediction in water resource management
  • Impact of climate change on hydrological sectors: past and future

  • Understanding the regional scale processes: regional agroclimatic resource mapping of India
  • Tailored climate information for agricultural risk management
  • Crop-weather modelling
  • Recent advances in soil conservation and management

  • Dynamics, variability, and change
  • Teleconnections (ENSO, IOD, etc.)
  • Sub-seasonal, Seasonal, Annual to Decadal Prediction
  • Climate change projections of monsoons

  • Addressing sustainable management goals
  • Climate change and Ecosystems
  • Communication of climate information for decision making
  • Supporting policy formulation and implementation
  • Socio-economic benefits of climate services
  • Climate Services Tools and Methods including AI/ML
  • Regional climate services and mechanisms

  • Space-based observations for agro-meteorological and hydro-meteorological services
  • Applications in Cryosphere and Land use Land cover change
  • Aerosols and atmospheric chemistry
  • Advances in disaster risk reduction and management
  • Data assimilation for weather and climate modelling, assessment and prediction

  • Health, Agriculture, and socioeconomics impacts prediction using weather/climate information
  • Development of impact-based forecasting metrics
  • Impact of Climate Changes on Human Health
  • Predicting the impacts of weather and climate extremes (e.g., landslides)

  • Thunderstorm and Lightning
  • Drought, flood, cyclone, heat & cold waves, Western Disturbances, marine extremes
  • Cloud bursts, GLOF

Note: Only fully vaccinated participants will be allowed to attend the conference.

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