University of Hawaii at Manoa, June 11-12. It will be hosted by Pr. Phil Thompson of the University of Hawaii Sea Level Center and sponsored
by the N-SLCT Sea-Level NASA Science Team. This time, the workshop will focus entirely on new state of the art capabilities related to Sea-Level
and Solid-Earth simulations in ISSM.
Interactive sessions will be offered for beginners/advanced users and developers interested in learning how to use ISSM. Specific focus will be on tutorials that allow users to make use of GRACE ice mass change dataset to compute sea-level fingerprints and
refine them on a global scale at a level compatible with complex local coastal geometries. Part of the workshop will also be dedicated to the computation of solid-earth surface stress and deformation resulting from ice and sea-level related loads. Participants
will be invited to showcase their work during an open poster session, and science talks will be organized around relevant topics.