Find your niche – or discover a new one!
Sessions with Interdisciplinary Research Linkages (SWIRL) themes are used to curate your experience at AGU Fall Meeting. These themes expand scientific horizons by helping attendees make new connections and discuss new developments in related fields of Earth and space science. SWIRL themes reveal interdisciplinary solutions through the sharing of research, discoveries, and approaches across disciplines.
“The past decade has experienced new developments in every field of Earth science and space study through concepts, approaches, and technologies. In some cases, the focus is becoming so narrow that getting a new insight from another discipline with its own concepts, approaches, and techniques provides a real added value.… The SWIRL sessions provide a ‘plus’ to attendees, introducing them to a series of sessions that could lead to new ideas, proposals, or new way of considering one’s own prospects.”
-Denis-Didier Rousseau, AGU Fall Meeting Program Committee Chair
View 2019 SWIRLs
Check out sessions sorted by SWIRL theme at Fall Meeting 2019.View