The workshop will be held in Hamburg, Germany, from Monday, the May 21
to Tuesday, May 22, 2012. It aims to foster the exchange between ice
sheet modeling research groups and it is focused on, but not restricted
to, application of the Parallel Ice Sheet Model (PISM). There is no
The first day is dedicated to oral and poster presentations covering the
full range of applications. During the second day, key aspects are
introduced by invited speakers. These will be discussed in parallel
group sessions to share experiences, to identify future development
directions, and foster collaborations. We plan to offer groups for the
1) PISM introduction (by Ed Bueler),
2) calving law (by Anders Levermann's group),
3) coupling between ice sheets and earth system model models (N.N), and/or
4) ocean-ice sheet interaction (by Klaus Grosfeld).
Please indicate your preference during registration.