Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences (IMAGe)


IMAGe Theme-of-the-Year Program (T-O-Y)

The Theme-of-the-Year is a year-long focus on some aspect of applied mathematics and the geosciences, designed to advance research and education between the mathematical and the geoscience communities. Typically out TOY sponsors a series of workshops or schools along with a visitor program, coordinates with NCAR science groups and partners with other mathematics institutes.
The topics are selected by the IMAGe external advisory panel and coordinated by a Visiting Co-director.

Propose a future Theme-of-the-Year

Theme for year 2009: The Interaction of Simulation and Numerical Methods

The main planned workshops/meetings are:

  1. NCAR / Wyoming Days

    Organizing Committee:

    • Amik St-Cyr, NCAR IMAGe
    • Craig Douglas, University of Wyoming

    19-20 May

  2. Frontiers of Geophysical Simulation

    Organizing Committee:

    • John Dennis, NCAR
    • Kate Evans, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    • Ram Nair, NCAR IMAGe
    • Jean-Francois Remacle, Universite Catholique de Louvain
    • Amik St-Cyr, NCAR IMAGe
    • Mark Taylor, Sandia National Laboratories

    18-20 August

  3. Free Boundary Problems

    Organizing Committe:

    24-25 August