[CIG-ALL] Reminder - CIG Workshop On Mathematical and Computational Issues in Solid Earth Geosciences - DEADLINE

Ariel Shoresh ariel at geodynamics.org
Mon Aug 18 12:10:17 PDT 2008

CIG Workshop on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Solid Earth
15-17 Sept 2008
Santa Fe Hilton
Santa Fe, NM

The Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics (CIG) is holding a
NSF-funded workshop on Sept. 15-17, 2008, in Santa Fe, NM, to bring
together solid-earth geoscientists, mathematicians and computational and
computer scientists to focus on specific issues arising from a range
of solid-Earth dynamics problems that have proven both difficult and
critical for progress in studying and modeling the dynamics of the
planet. These problems form the core activities for CIG and provide
new challenges and opportunities in multiscale/multiphysics modeling
and inference.

A more detailed description and program can be found at:


Due to constraints on meeting rooms space and travel support funds,
this workshop is limited to 65 participants. Deadline is August 21st.

**** Please note the hotel room cutoff is August 22nd, so if you have
already registered, but not reserved a room, please do so as soon as


Students and Early Career scientists are encouraged to attend.

If you have any questions please contact Ariel Shoresh at CIG
(ariel at geodynamics.org).

We look forward to an exciting and productive meeting.

CIG Workshop Organizing Committee

Brad Aagaard, USGS
Wolfgang Bangerth, Texas A&M
Omar Ghattas,  University of Texas at Austin
Michael Gurnis, California Institute of Technology
Louise Kellogg, University of California, Davis
David Keyes, Columbia University
Laurent Montesi, University of Maryland
Marc Spiegelman, Columbia University, Chair

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