iCACGP-IGAC2022 Announcements


We are getting closer to the hybrid iCACGP-IGAC 2022 hybrid conference, September 10-15 in Manchester, UK and virtually everywhere! A number of announcements and due dates are below. 

More conference information at the website here!
Conference Program and draft schedule here.
Submit Abstracts here (note: will need to sign into Oxford Abstracts) Abstracts are due 7 June 2022!
Applications for scholarships to attend the conference open here
Registration is open hereEarly Bird Registration closes 15 July 2022

An Early Career Short Course will take place September 8-10 2022. Applications for the Early Career Short Course hereApplications are due 7 June 2022.
Note that travel funds to/from the short course venue and hotel and many food costs will be covered during the short course (evening of 7 September-10 September 2022). 

Nominate an early career scientist for the Paul J. Crutzen Award! More information hereDue 17 June 2022!

Applications are open for side meetings! See application information and announcements on logistics here!

We look forward to receiving your abstracts and seeing you again in person or virtually to discuss international global atmospheric chemistry! 

the IGAC Project


Abstract Submissions Open

Dear IGAC Community,

The iCACGP-IGAC 2022 Conference Committee is excited to announce that abstract submission is open for the hybrid conference to be held September 10-15 in Manchester, UK and virtually globally. 

We understand that this is a difficult time for many. We are excited about coming together in-person as an international global atmospheric chemistry community (our first in-person conference since 2018!) but we will also have several modes of virtual participation, including a fully online poster session for all participants and full online availability of talks for those that can’t or do not wish to travel. 

Abstracts can be submitted here. (Note that you will need to sign in to Oxford Abstracts). The scientific program is outlined here and the conference fee structure is here.  Abstract submissions will be open until May 31. Final decisions will be made by July for oral presentations. 

We look forward to receiving your abstracts and seeing you in-person or virtually in September!!


The iCACGP-IGAC2022 Conference Planning Committee



Welcome to the website of the iCACGP/IGAC joint International Atmospheric Chemistry Conference, which will take place from 11th to 15th September 2022.

We are delighted to host the iCACGP-IGAC Joint International Atmospheric Chemistry Conference in Manchester in 2022.  This is the leading global atmospheric chemistry conference.  It is run quadrenially, alongside the biannual IGAC Conferences and attracts approximately 600 international scientists, industry leaders, and early career researchers from around the world and includes many leading funding agencies.  

As we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic and the restrictions on international interactions that has placed on all of us we are delighted to be able to plan a conference that welcomes scientists from across the globe to Manchester.  We are also keen to learn from our experiences of remote working to seek to make the conference as accessible as possible to a wide audience.

The Scientific Steering Committee is developing an exciting programme that spans air pollution to global change and links fundamental research to policy development, interfacing atmospheric science with wider biogeochemistry of the Earth System.  The conference follows the strong tradition of previous conferences, not only highlighting cutting edge scientific research in atmospheric chemistry, but also fostering international collaborations, and highlighting scientists and their research from developing and emerging regions.  As in previous years, the Science Conference encourages early career scientists and makes every effort to showcase their science.  We have an exciting early career programme to develop the next generation of leaders in our field and also to foster their interaction within and across our community.

We are delighted to welcome you to Manchester, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, and now a vibrant, multi-cultural modern city with easy access to some of the best countryside in the UK.  The atmospheric chemistry community from across our region welcomes you to the UK.  

We greatly looking forward to seeing you in Manchester in September 2022 and hope that we can use this as a great opportunity to help rebuild and grow our vibrant community.