Group meetings

We meet weekly in the Glacier Modeling Lab to learn from each other and from external sources.

Fall 2021

Goals and themes:

  • Roughly every three weeks, read and discuss a current glaciology paper
  • Roughly every three weeks, have a workshop where we produce tangible outputs related to science, career, or outreach

Schedule

  • Week 1 [Sept 2] : Glacier Modeling Lab goals and group expectations: In the books!
  • Week 2 [Sept 10]: Career goals and make the schedule!
  • Week 3 [Sept 17]: Scientific workflow Q&A
    • Led by Donglai ⭐
  • Week 4 [Sept 24]: Journal club, co-led by Jess and Kristin
    • Paper:
  • Week 5 [Oct 1]: How to apply to graduate school workshop, led by Courtney, Donglai, Jess, and Naureen.
    • GeoGradApp.com
    • Grad Cafe
    • All sorts of other resources they will share!
  • Week 6 [Oct 8]: Website research biography editing workshop (1 of 2)
  • Week 7 [Oct 15]: Journal club, led by Donglai
    • Paper:
  • Week 8 [Oct 22]: CV workshop
    • Showcase of our existing CVs
    • Time in person to revise
  • Week 9 [Oct 29]: Topic TBD
  • Week 10 [Nov 5]: Journal club, led by Courtney
  • Week 11 [Nov 12]: Website research biography editing workshop (2 of 2)
  • Week 12 [Nov 19]: Journal club, led by Naureen
    • (Courtney away at SC21 Supercomputing Conference!!!)
  • Week 13 [Thanksgiving]: No meeting
  • Week 14 [Dec 3]: AGU practice talks (Kristin and possibly Jess or Courtney)
    • Title: Are the Sermilik Fjord glaciers terminus-controlled, runoff-controlled, or runoff-adapting? Decomposition of glacier speed maps at Helheim, Fenris, Midgard, and Pourquoi-Pas Glaciers, 2006-2019
  • Week 15 [Dec 10]: AGU practice talks (Jess and/or Courtney)
    • Title: Spatial and Temporal Lags in Meltwater Propagation Through the Greenland Ice Sheet Hydraulic System
    • Title: Comparing the Shallow-Shelf and L1L2 Approximations using BISICLES in the Context of MISMIP+ with Buttressing Effects
  • Exam week [Dec 17]: AGU week, no group meeting

Past meetings

Archived here.