Elmer/Ice

Open Source Finite Element Software for Ice Sheet, Glaciers and Ice Flow Modelling

Elmer/Ice is a full-Stokes, finite element, ice sheet / ice flow model. The aim of this website is to present the capabilities of Elmer/Ice and to distribute course materials and tutorials.
Elmer/Ice is an add-on package to Elmer, which is a multi-physics FEM suite mainly developed by CSC-IT Center for Science Ltd., Espoo, Finland. Initially started by CSC,  IGE and ILTS, currently multiple institutions and individuals contribute to the development of Elmer/Ice.

Elmer/Ice @EGU2019

The fifth Elmegu plainer/Ice users splinter meeting will take place Tuesday 9 April at 12h45, Room 2.61! This is an informal meeting, come with your sandwich and some slides you would like to share with the other Elmer/Ice users. 

Here is the list of the presentations that will be given during EGU2019 and that include Elmer/Ice modeling:

MONDAY
Olivier Gagliardini , Accounting for transient effects in water pressure in friction law - Mon, 08 Apr, 09:30–09:45 Room L6

Joe Todd, Doug Benn, Tom Cowton, Jan Åstrom, and Thomas Zwinger, New insights into glacier calving and environmental sensitivity from a combined continuum & discrete 3D modelling approach - Mon, 08 Apr, 11:45–12:00 Room L6

Thomas Zwinger, Juha Hartikainen, and Denis Cohen, A high-resolution coupled permafrost - ice sheet model - Mon, 08 Apr, 14:15–14:30 Room N2

Daniel Farinotti, Matthias Huss, Johannes J. Fürst, Johannes Landmann, Horst Machguth, Fabien Maussion, and Ankur Pandit, A consensus estimate for the ice thickness distribution of all glaciers on Earth - Mon, 08 Apr, 17:15–17:30 Room 1.85
 

TUESDAY
Tom Cowton, Joe Todd, and Doug Benn, Sensitivity of calving rates to plume melting at an idealised tidewater glacier - Tue, 09 Apr, 14:00–15:45 Hall X4

Fabien Gillet-Chaulet, Transient calibration of a marine ice sheet model using an ensemble Kalman filter - Tue, 09 Apr, 16:15–18:00 Hall X4

Johannes J. Fürst, Mapping glacier ice thickness in Patagonia - Tue, 09 Apr, 16:15–18:00 Hall X4

WEDNESDAY
Samuel Cook, Poul Christoffersen, Joe Todd, Donald Slater, and Nolwenn Chauché, Integrated investigation of subglacial hydrology and convective plume melting using a 3D full-Stokes model of Store Glacier, West Greenland - Wed, 10 Apr, 11:45–12:00 Room N2

Doug Benn, Jan Åström, Thomas Zwinger, Joe Todd, and Anna Crawford, Marine Ice-cliff instability: How Does it Work, and What Controls Ice Retreat Rates? - Wed, 10 Apr, 15:00–15:15 Room N2
 
Eef van Dongen, Andrea Walter, Guillaume Jouvet, Martin Funk, Joe Todd, Jan Åström, and Thomas Zwinger, Monitoring and modeling a recurrent major calving event at Bowdoin Glacier, Greenland - Wed, 10 Apr, 11:15–11:30 Room N2

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