The AGU Fall Meeting is the largest worldwide conference in the geophysical sciences, attracting more than 24,000 attendees from around the world. Earth and space scientists, educators, students, policy makers, and consultants present and review the latest issues affecting the Earth, the planets, and their environments.
2012 Fall Meeting by the Numbers
Attendees = more than 23,000
Poster Presentations = nearly 14,000
Oral Presentations = more than 6,800
Exhibitors = more than 270
Numerous workshops, town halls, and social and networking events
Commercial companies, publishers, government agencies, educational institutions, research facilities, scientific societies, and others exhibit the latest in geophysical instruments, equipment, software, books and journals, minerals, fossils, and scientific programs.
The Fall Meeting Exhibit Hall also includes an Academic Showcase - a dedicated section of the exhibit hall for academic institutions - that provides a valuable opportunity to meet prospective students and highlight academic offerings.
Opportunity to meet with influential users and buyers face-to-face; 20,000 current and prospective customers.
Build recognition of your company and awareness of your products for the Earth and space sciences community.
Launch and demo your new products in an interactive selling environment.
Recruit the top students for your company, university, or college.
Explore national and international business opportunities; 30% of the attendees are from outside of the United States.
Share your research and exchange information with an interested and qualified audience.
The American Geophysical Union (AGU), which was established in 1919 by the National Research Council and for more than 50 years operated as an unincorporated affiliate of the National Academy of Sciences, is now a nonprofit corporation chartered under the laws of the District of Columbia. The Union is dedicated to the furtherance of the geophysical sciences through the individual efforts of its members and in cooperation with other national and international scientific organizations.