Greenland Science Workshop, April 3-5, 2024: Registration, agenda, and travel info available

March 03, 2024
FOGSS organizing committee

Dear Colleague

We’re excited to welcome you to the University of Idaho, both in-person and virtually, for this year’s Future Of Greenland ice Sheet Science (FOGSS) workshop. We hope you’ll join us to identify the guiding goal for the Future of Greenland ice Sheet Science workshops as well as map the big missions necessary to achieve this guiding goal.

Over April 3rd and 4th, we’ve arranged a 2-day meeting agenda with plenty of time to discuss these topics and build inspiration—both with each other and from other leaders of large-scale collaborative efforts. Our agenda, and more information about the workshop, is available here: On Friday, April 5th, we’ll host a series of tutorials and opportunities to learn more deeply about the software and datasets that can accelerate your science.

For those developing community resources: We have a number of software and data tutorials already confirmed for April 5th. However, we welcome other contributions. Please respond to this email if you have a software or data tool that you would like to demo or share broadly with your community.

Moscow, ID, home of the University of Idaho, is more convenient to travel to than you might think, and is served by three airports (one just 10 minutes from the workshop). Please view our website for travel and lodging information:

Please complete registration via our website by March 15th. Thanks to generous support from our sponsors, NASA Cryospheric Sciences and NSF Office of Polar Programs, registration is available at no cost to participants. Limited travel support is available to participants—for first consideration, please express your interest in travel support by March 8th via the registration page, available at our website:


The FOGSS organizing committee: 
Tim Bartholomaus (Univ. of Idaho, 2024 local host) 
Winnie Chu (Georgia Tech) 
Mathieu Morlighem (Dartmouth) 
Von Walden (WSU) 
Joe MacGregor (NASA/GSFC)