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New Beginner Elmer/Ice course this fall

Written by Olivier Gagliardini.

We are organizing a 3-day beginner Elmer/Ice course from Monday October 31 to Wednesday November 2, 2016, at the University of Oslo (the week after the IGS Nordic Branch meeting which will be held at the Fram Centre in Tromsø, Norway, from Wednesday October 26 to Friday October 28).

This 3-days course is dedicated to students or researchers aiming to start working with Elmer/Ice. During the course, you will learn how to set up a simple ice flow problem for a flow line geometry as well as for a real mountain glacier. The third day will be dedicated to more advanced topics like the coupling of ice flow and temperature or inverse methods. For those interested, this last day might also be dedicated to start setting up your own problem with our help. 

The course is sponsored by the Department of Geosciences of the University of Oslo, the eScience tools for investigating climate change (eSTICC), CSC, LGGE and the Labex OSUG@2020.

The number of places is limited to 20, and will be given on the basis of the first registered, first served. To register, send an email to Olivier Gagliardini with you name, affiliation, position and few lines of motivations to attend the course. There will be no registration fees, but students will have to take care of their lodging and attend the course with their own laptop. More information will be given later on the Elmer/Ice website.

Elmer/Ice teachers: Adrien Gilbert, Fabien Gillet-Chaulet, Thomas Zwinger and Olivier Gagliardini
Local organising committee: Thomas V. Schuler

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