CGU-CIG going meeting (May 3-6) Abstract Deadline EXTENDED to February 29

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to highlight that the abstract submission deadline for the CIG-CGU joint meeting (May 3-6, Banff, Alberta, Canada) has been extended from February 25 to February 29.

For further details on the meeting and abstract submission process, please see the official announcement below.

Best wishes,
John Naliboff
Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics

We are pleased to announce that the Canadian Geophysical Union (CGU) Annual Meeting will take place in beautiful Banff, Alberta, Canada from May 3 to 6. Once again, the Solid Earth section of CGU has partnered with the Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics (CIG) to put together a great collection of sessions, with topics ranging from induced seismicity to planetary dynamics. In addition, there will be a workshop on the Underworld Geodynamic Modelling Software.

The full meeting details can be found here:

The deadline for abstract submission is Tuesday, February 25. Abstracts can be submitted through the CGU website. CIG expects to be able to offer travel support to a limited number of US-based participants - please see details on the CIG website.

We hope to see you in Banff in May!

Best wishes (and apologies for cross-postings),

Claire Currie (University of Alberta)
Fiona Darbyshire (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Lorraine Hwang (University of California Davis)
Julian Lowman (University of Toronto)
Russ Pysklywec (University of Toronto)
Jolante van Wijk (New Mexico Tech)

Hello again all,

In addition to the information for the CGU-CIG joint meeting in the post above, we also wanted to bring the following information regarding workshops and session invited speakers to your attention:

The Lithosphere

  • Hannah Krueger (Brown Univ)
  • Vadim Levin (Rutgers Univ)
  • Jeanne Sauber-Rosenber (NASA)

Global Geodynamics

  • Brad Foley (Penn State Univ)
  • Allen McNamara (Michigan State Univ)

Plenary Talk

  • Craig O’Neill (Macquarrie Univ)

Workshop (Underworld Tutorial)

  • Louis Moresi (Australia National Univ)

John Naliboff