The AMSI–AustMS Workshop on Mathematics of Sea Ice and Ice Sheets
Dates: 9th–11th of November 2022
Location: University of Adelaide
The cryosphere, the part of the earth consisting of frozen water, is a critical component of the Earth’s climate systems. The cryosphere has seen significant transformation in recent years in response to climate change. Sea ice and ice sheets are two key parts of the cryosphere which are distinct but related. There are numerous mathematical challenges modelling sea ice and ice sheets, some shared, which must be overcome to advance our understanding of the cryosphere and its interactions with a changing climate.
The workshop will bring together international researchers who are experts in the modelling of ice sheets and sea ice to discuss and address these challenges. The workshop will be comprised of invited plenary talks as well as contributed talks. The emphasis of the workshop is in person attendance but there will be some additional online options.
Please visit the website (https://mossi-conf.github.io/MOSSI-22/index.html) for more information.
Organisers: Dr Jordan Pitt (firstname.lastname@example.org)