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.

New beginner Elmer/Ice course

SVALI Elmer/Ice course, Reykjavík, Iceland, October 27-29, 2014

IMO in cooperation with CSC (Finland) and LGGE (France) will organize a 3-day Elmer/Ice course on the 27th, 28th and 29th of October 2014, just before the Nordic Branch IGS meeting in Iceland. The third day of the course will be dedicated to start working on your applications. The course is intended for persons who want to start using Elmer/Ice in their research projects with an option to go into special details on the second day. The course is sponsored by the Nordic Centre of Excellence, SVALI. There are in maximum 18 seats which by preference will be offered to SVALI members. The rest of the seats are given on a first-come-first-get principle. The course itself is free of charge. Participants are responsible for their own accommodation and travel (see instructions below). Further it is expected, that participants bring along their own laptop with a working Elmer/Ice environment installed (instructions will follow later).

Lectures are in English.
Lecturers: Olivier Gagliardini, Thomas Zwinger.
Venue: IMO, Bústaðavegur 9, Reykjavík.
Travel: For air travel to Iceland see “icelandair.com” and “dohop.com” (further instructions about how to get to the IMO will follow later).
Accommodation: For reasonably priced guesthouses check “kexhostel.is/” and “guesthousereykjavik.com/”.
Registration: By email to Anna Sinisalo (a.k.sinisalo[at]geo[dot]uio[dot]no), latest by 11th October, 2014.

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