The cryosphere is one of the critical components of the earth climate systems, and it has been the subject of significant transformation in recent years in response to climate change. There are several mathematical challenges to modelling this system, and the Workshop aims to bring other researchers who are experts in the mathematical modelling of ice sheets and sea ice, two related by separated parts of the cryosphere.
The first day of the workshop will be devoted to key introductory lectures and the subsequent days been given over to focused research sessions. The program will be adjusted to suit the exact demand, and will be flexible in all matters. It is expected a total of six keynote speakers, two each day.
|| 9 - 12 November 2021
|| 9 am - 4 pm AEST
|| Mixed Mode: in person for Australian participants at USQ Toowoomba Campus; online for Australian and International participants.
Members of AustMS/AMSI and AFMS receive complimentary registration. A promotional code will be provided via your organisation.
|Deadline for Abstracts:
||15 October 2021
9 November: Arrival in person delegates
9 November, 6 pm: Welcome reception for in-person delegates
10, 11, 12 November: Conference Working Days
12 November, 7 pm: Conference Dinner for in-person delegates
This workshop is supported by grants awarded by the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) and the Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society (AFMS).
All participants are welcome to publish their papers in one of the special issues of the journal Water:
1. Ocean Wave Interaction with Ice Cover and Other Flexible and Porous Structures
2. The Occurrence, Physics and Impact of Wave-Ice Interaction