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  • 18 Jun 2012
    8:15 AM MDT 
    to 22 Jun 2012
    5:00 PM MDT 

    2012 Workshop on Crustal Deformation Modeling

    Category: Workshop

    The focus of this gathering is on computational models addressing crustal deformation with an emphasis on the seismic cycle across single and multiple events. The workshop will blend science talks on case studies from particular faulting environments and on key rheological behavior with...

  • 29 Jul 2012
    8:30 AM PDT 
    to 02 Aug 2012
    5:00 PM PDT 

    2012 Mantle Convection and Lithospheric Dynamics Workshop

    Category: Workshop

    This workshop is the 4th CIG sponsored workshop intended to bring together researchers who study the dynamics of the Earth’s mantle and lithosphere through numerical modeling. This workshop follows the meetings in Boulder, Colorado (2005), UC Davis (2008) and UC San Diego (2010). The...

  • 07 Oct 2012
    12:00 AM MDT 
    to 10 Oct 2012
    11:59 PM MDT 

    2012 Geodynamo Developer Meeting

    Category: Workshop

    Agenda focused on strategic goals needed for improvement of current geodynamo codes, and development of possible 2nd generation geodynamo codes.

  • 11 Oct 2012
    2:00 PM PDT 
    to 11 Oct 2012
    3:00 PM PDT 

    2012 Using Existing Libraries to Improve and Solve Computational Problems

    Category: Webinars

    Wolfgang Bangerth, Ph.D.  Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University Over the past 20 years, there have been two landmark shifts in computational science and engineering The transition from sequential to parallel computing, and the emergence of very...

  • 15 Nov 2012
    2:00 PM PST 
    to 15 Nov 2012
    3:00 PM PST 

    2012 Modern Numerical Methods for Modeling Convection in the Earth’s Mantle

    Category: Webinars

    Timo Heister, Ph.D.  Texas A&M University We present the new open source code ASPECT for modeling convection in the earth's mantle (see ASPECT uses modern numerical methods and provides very good parallel scalability; this is achieved by building...