Benefiting from innovative techniques and mature instrumentation, Fourier-transform spectrometers push forward the limits of sensing in a growing number of fields. Inheriting from its predecessors, the 2013 Fourier Transform Spectroscopy (FTS) meeting welcomes you to inspiring and stimulating presentations and discussions. In-depth invited talks and up-to-date contributions will cover the broad FTS field including applications such as atmospheric remote sensing and astronomy as well as FTS technology developments. Attendees will hear about atmospheric science, astronomy, planetary science, and advanced laboratory spectroscopy. The meeting will also encompass the expanding applications of imaging, static, and spatial heterodyne spectrometers and comb techniques.