Help! My Submission Is Accepted, Now What?


Submit your Full Paper or 2-Pager

If your submission has been accepted, please submit your full paper or 2-pager before February 14 (23:59), 2024. This will be used for the discussant to acquire information about your oral presentation and feedback.

These documents will not be used for conference proceedings.

How to submit: Please log in and go to the accepted submission, here you will be able to submit the full paper or 2-pager (before Februari 14, 2024) and your presentation should be submitted at least two weeks before the conference. Regarding the full paper or the 2-pager: you are welcome to use your own format for this submission.

Are there funding opportunitiess?

To encourage student participation in our conference, we offer exclusive student rates. Universities often provide funding opportunities to support students in attending conferences like ours. 
We encourage students to explore the available funds and grants at their respective universities. It's a wonderful way to help offset the costs of your participation. Please note that student passes are available to currently enrolled students with valid student IDs.

Regrettably, the AMS Institute is unable to provide funding or scholarships at this time. 

Conference proceeding, Scopus or CPCS

The Conference is not indexed in CPCI-S, CPCI-SSH and Scopus databases, and there wont be a conferece proceeing.

I cannot find my submission in the program

As the program is still in its early stages, some accepted submissions may not yet be visible. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but we are working hard to integrate them as soon as possible. If you do not see your submission on the program by February 14th, please don't hesitate to contact us.

I am organizing a workshop. What are the next steps should I follow?

Most important for us is to know if you have the intention to organize the workshop. If not, please let us know ASAP!

If you intend to proceed in organizing your workshop, please follow the steps below:

  • Go to your dashboard and click on the accepted proposal.
  • Here you will find some questions on your workshop, this information will help us help you set up the workshop from our end. The questions you can expect are the following::

    • Workshop proposal
    • Required equipment for your session
    • Maximum number of participants
What ticket to buy?

If you want to buy a ticket for just one day, and you are not sure on which date your presentation is scheduled, do not worry, we can change your tickets to the correct day just before the conference.

Please send us an email to us and we will change the ticket for you.

Update: the deadline to submit your final paper has been extended to February 14.

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The AMS Scientific Conference (AMS Conference) explores and discusses how cities can transform themselves to become more livable, resilient and sustainable, while offering economic stability. Cities are innovation hubs, where an increasing number of people live, work, recreate, interact, and care. The urban fabric is where major transitions take place, catalyzing advancements in mobility, circularity, renewable energy, climate adaptation, urban food systems and digitization. Precisely for these reasons, our cities set the agenda for improving the livability and sustainability of our world.

To foster improved urban environments, we need scientific and societal insights into our complex urban systems, into how natural and social processes are interconnected and reach tipping points, into the good, the bad and the ugly of our cities. We need amazing discoveries, technical and social innovations to transform the ugly, leave the bad behind and reach for the good. And most of all, we need to make the city together, because WE are the city.

Theme of this year
In this second edition of “Reinventing the City”, the overarching theme will be Blueprints for messy cities? Navigating the interplay of order and complexity'In three captivating days, we will explore ‘The good, the bad, and the ugly’ (day 1), ‘Amazing discoveries’ (day 2) and ‘We are the city’ (day 3).

We understand that not everyone has the flexibility to attend the full three-day conference. That's why we offer the option to participate in the conference for just one day.

More information
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us on our email address: events@ams-amsterdam.com We look forward to welcoming you! 

On behalf of the Scientific Committee and the Organizing Committee,
Eveline van Leeuwen - Scientific Director, AMS Institute
Caroline Nevejan - Chief Science Officer, City of Amsterdam
Marco Rinaldi - AMS RF & Assistant Professor in Transport & Planning, Technical University of Delft
Gert-Jan Steeneveld - AMS PI & Associate Professor Meteorology, Wageningen University and Research
Tamara Metze - AMS PI & Full Professor in Public Administration Technical University of Delft
Sigrid Wertheim-Heck - AMS PI & Associate Professor Global Food System Sustainability, Wageningen University and Research



The first edition of the 'Reinventing the City' conference took place from 16 - 18 February 2022. We look back on a very successful conference and would like to thank everyone who took part in this conference for contributing. 


This event is organised by AMS Institute, in collaboration with the City of Amsterdam,




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>>  Purchase your conference tickets here <<

The AMS Scientific Conference (AMS Conference) explores and discusses how cities can transform themselves to become more livable, resilient and sustainable, while offering economic stability. Cities are innovation hubs, where an increasing number of people live, work, recreate, interact, and care. The urban fabric is where major transitions take place, catalyzing advancements in mobility, circularity, renewable energy, climate adaptation, urban food systems and digitization. Precisely for these reasons, our cities set the agenda for improving the livability and sustainability of our world.

To foster improved urban environments, we need scientific and societal insights into our complex urban systems, into how natural and social processes are interconnected and reach tipping points, into the good, the bad and the ugly of our cities. We need amazing discoveries, technical and social innovations to transform the ugly, leave the bad behind and reach for the good. And most of all, we need to make the city together, because WE are the city.

Theme of this year
In this second edition of “Reinventing the City”, the overarching theme will be Blueprints for messy cities? Navigating the interplay of order and complexity'In three captivating days, we will explore ‘The good, the bad, and the ugly’ (day 1), ‘Amazing discoveries’ (day 2) and ‘We are the city’ (day 3).

We understand that not everyone has the flexibility to attend the full three-day conference. That's why we offer the option to participate in the conference for just one day.

More information
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us on our email address: events@ams-amsterdam.com We look forward to welcoming you! 

On behalf of the Scientific Committee and the Organizing Committee,
Eveline van Leeuwen - Scientific Director, AMS Institute
Caroline Nevejan - Chief Science Officer, City of Amsterdam
Marco Rinaldi - AMS RF & Assistant Professor in Transport & Planning, Technical University of Delft
Gert-Jan Steeneveld - AMS PI & Associate Professor Meteorology, Wageningen University and Research
Tamara Metze - AMS PI & Full Professor in Public Administration Technical University of Delft
Sigrid Wertheim-Heck - AMS PI & Associate Professor Global Food System Sustainability, Wageningen University and Research



The first edition of the 'Reinventing the City' conference took place from 16 - 18 February 2022. We look back on a very successful conference and would like to thank everyone who took part in this conference for contributing. 


This event is organised by AMS Institute, in collaboration with the City of Amsterdam,




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