EGU2017 General Assembly - Call for abstracts

23-28 April 2017, Vienna, Austria

We are very pleased to announce the start of the abstract submission for the EGU General Assembly 2017 (EGU2017), 23–28 Apr 2017, Vienna, Austria. You are cordially invited to browse through the sessions at:

Each session shows the Abstract Submission link. Using this link you are asked to log in to the Copernicus Office Meeting Organizer. You may submit the text of your contribution as plain text, LaTeX, or MS Word content. An abstract processing charge (APC) of €40.00 gross (€33.61 net) will be levied.

Detailed information on how to submit an abstract can be found at:

The deadline for the receipt of abstracts is 11 Jan 2017, 13:00 CET. If you would like to apply for support, please submit no later than 01 Dec 2016.

Please note that abstracts submitted between 12 and 20 Jan 2017 by conveners on your behalf require an increased APC of €80.00 gross.

NEW for 2017:
In response to the feedback from EGU2016 attendees, we have revised the room concept for 2017 to provide more space and seats. We have substituted the 6 smallest lecture rooms with 6 larger ones, 3 of them with more than 300 seats. Our lecture room capacity has therefore grown about 12.5%. In addition, 2 PICO spots have been relocated and can now host 150 attendees.

Further information about the EGU General Assembly 2017 can be found at:

You can stay up-to-date with General Assembly information by subscribing to the EGU blog ( and by following the EGU on Twitter (, #EGU17) and Facebook (

NOTE ON HOTEL RESERVATIONS: Please note that the congress ECCIMD2017 (10,000 participants) will take place in Vienna at the same time as the EGU2017. In addition, the Vienna City Marathon (40,000 participants) will take place on Sunday, resulting in many hotels being fully booked the night before. Therefore, we strongly recommend booking accommodation as soon as possible.

In case any questions arise, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Kind regards,
Katja Gänger
Copernicus Meetings

On behalf of the Programme Committee Chair, Gerrit de Rooij