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Workshop Announcement

Cross-sectoral PROCLIAS and ISIMIP Workshop

22-26 April 2024

at the Potsdam-Institute for Climate Impact Research

Telegrafenberg, 14473 Potsdam, Germany

building A56, Hasselmann Hall

or via Zoom video conference


Dear ISIMIP and PROCLIAS Community,

We kindly invite you to register for the cross-sectoral ISIMIP and PROCLIAS Workshop from 22 to 26 April 2024. The workshop will also be the main final PROCLIAS event and will be held as a physical meeting at PIK in Potsdam with the possibility of remote participation in sessions where technically appropriate. 

The core workshop will be scheduled from Wednesday until Friday noon, while there will be sector-specific events already on Monday and Tuesday. 

  • Thematic workshop sessions will be scheduled along the PROCLIAS Working Groups on:
    • ISIMIP input data,
    • impact attribution, 
    • cross-sectoral impacts,
    • communication of climate impacts. 
  • ISIMIP3 simulation results will be presented in the context of the IPCC representative key risks to:
    • low-lying coastal systems, 
    • terrestrial and ocean ecosystems, 
    • critical infrastructure, 
    • living standards, 
    • human health, 
    • food and water security, 
    • peace and human mobility
  • The road towards ISIMIP4 in the light of the upcoming IPCC-ScenarioMIP-CMIP cycle will be discussed in a dedicated session.

There will be slots for presentations, break-out groups, discussion rounds, etc. within the various sessions, and you are welcome to submit contributions to the above topics in the registration form. Moreover, there will be dedicated sectoral meetings, a poster session, and networking activities, as well. 

Stay tuned for exciting keynotes and please stay updated via the ISIMIP or PROCLIAS websites for a tentative agenda and updates to come.

Please register  here  until 20 January 2024.


We expect an active participation in the workshop and welcome scientific contributions. In case you want to present results from PROCLIAS Task Groups, recent ISIMIP simulation results, or ongoing research in a 5-10 minutes presentation please submit your contribution in the registration form. Please understand that we cannot guarantee to consider all submitted contributions. There are no registration fees for this conference and light refreshments will be provided free of charge during the workshop. The canteen at the campus Telegrafenberg is available at own costs for lunch.
  • registration opening:     from now on
  • registration closure:      20 January 2024
  • registration:                   click here 

Conference format: 

You are free to choose a virtual participation via Zoom or a physical participation at PIK in Potsdam, Germany. The workshop language is English.


Hotel recommendation: 

We kindly ask all attendees to book their accommodation by themselves and we recommend booking fully refundable tickets. We suggest booking as early as possible; hotel recommendations will be provided soon after the registration has closed.

Application for financial support:

In case you need financial support to attend the workshop, there is the possibility to apply for funding through the COST Action PROCLIAS. To be eligible receiving PROCLIAS-funding you have to actively contribute to a PROCLIAS work group or task group. Specifically, the following requirements apply to be eligible receiving financial support:

  • You need to be member of a PROCLIAS working group and/or actively contribute to a task group, please specify your contribution in the “contribution form”

  • You need to be affiliated to a legal entity (typically a university or a research institute) within the European Union, a COST full member country or a COST Near-Neighboring country (see here for a definition of countries)

  • You can register for WG membership here

Being associated with PROCLIAS does not guarantee any funding nor, if you are receiving funding, a complete funding of your trip. Please specify your contribution to PROCLIAS in the registration form.

[1COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is a funding agency for research and innovation networks. Our Actions help connect research initiatives across Europe and enable scientists to grow their ideas by sharing them with their peers. This boosts their research, career and innovation. www.cost.eu