Abstract Deadline: SnowHydro 2022

Event Type: Deadlines

When: 15 October 2021

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SnowHydro 2022 will provide an exceptional opportunity to discuss recent advances in all aspects of snow hydrology in a dedicated conference setting, including snow cover processes, distribution dynamics, model development, data assimilation, operational snowmelt forecasting, remote sensing of snow, climate change effects on snow water resources, snow vegetation interactions, and ecohydrology. It is the event to meet your international peers and exchange latest ideas in a focused and informal setting. Following on from the two previous meetings in 2018 and 2020, SnowHydro 2022 will take place 1-4 February in Grenoble, France in the foothills of the Alps not far from the famous Mont-Blanc.


In-person meeting if COVID-19 conditions permitting. We greatly value networking via informal discussions and the exchange of ideas throughout the conference, and will only consider a virtual format if required.


Days #1 to #3 will feature dedicated oral and poster sessions related to the above topics, with no concurrent sessions. An optional field excursion on day #4 will be organized.

Adjoint event

The annual meeting of the local glacier-snow-permafrost section of the French Hydrotechnics Society (SHF) will be held as part of SnowHydro 2022, with specific permafrost and glacier topics integrated into the program on day #3 (a separate announcement will follow).


An excursion on day #4 will take you to Chamonix and the famous Aiguille du Midi cable car with a fantastic view on Mont-Blanc and its glaciers.


Hosted by the Institut National de Recherche pour l’Agriculture, l’alimentation et l’Environnement (INRAE), the conference will take place in the historic building of the institute on Saint-Martin d'Hères campus near Grenoble, France.

Call for abstracts

Submission of abstracts for SnowHydro 2022 is now open until October-15th 2021.

The program will be announced and the registration opened on November 1st. This tight timeline is intentional to have a better understanding of the COVID-19 conditions at that time to allow adjustments of the meeting format if necessary.