NFDI4Earth @ EGU 2024 -  Call for Abstracts und Booth Contributions

Dear NFDI4Earth partners and all interested in NFDI4Earth activities,

as we successfully contributed to several sessions and formats of this year’s EGU General Assembly, we are looking forward to share the following two announcements with you for the next EGU in 2024 – the open ‘Call for Abstracts’ (by 10 January ‘24), and already now the invitation to meet us at our ‘NFDI4Earth Booth’ from 14 to 19 April 2024 at Vienna (

We were successful with the reservation of a booth along with a separate booth of DKRZ and University of Hamburg; both booths are located next to each other in the entrance hall (no. 18 and 19 on the enclosed overview/map from this year).

Proposals for concrete activities and contributions (at the booth) are very welcome!

For this as well as for more information about how to contribute to the booth, please contact

Furthermore, please find below an overview of our NFDI4Earth co-organized sessions at EGU 2024 where you can submit adequate contributions: 

Enabling reproducibility of results in Earth System Science through improved workflows

NFDI4Earth contact: I. Anders (

The intertwined climate and biodiversity crises: cross-scale observational and modelling approaches

NFDI4Earth contact: M. Mahecha (

Connecting research data infrastructures

NFDI4Earth contact: Ch. Henzen (, S. Hassler (, C. Müller (

Modern Earth system science visualization and exploration techniques - the balancing act between complex information, broad functionality and simple illustration

NFDI4Earth contact: P. Sommer (

Scaling evapotranspiration from in-situ measurements – approaches and uncertainties

NFDI4Earth contact: S. Hassler (

Research data infrastructures in ESS - Bridging the gap between user needs and sustainable software solutions

NFDI4Earth contact: Ch. Henzen (, K. Elger (

World Heatflow Database 

NFDI4Earth contact: K. Elger (


If we have overlooked a session, please let us know ( – the deadline for the ‘Call for Abstracts’ is Wednesday, 10 January 2024!


We will keep you posted on the latest developments and are looking forward to meeting you at EGU 2024 in Vienna …

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