Participants 2024

We received 121 applications for the available 28 slots.

US-based (14)

Mahsa Bahrami, Pennsylvania State Univ.

Leveraging deep learning to observe and parameterize Antarctic supraglacial lakes

Yueyi Che, Stanford Univ.

Modeling Antarctica Ice Sheet deformations, flow patterns, and meltwater impact 

Michael Daniel, Univ. of Arizona

Leveraging airborne snow radar to validate satellite and reanalysis products for Alaskan glaciers

Max Filter, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Constraining Mechanics of Glacier Flow with the Propagation of Traveling Waves on Columbia Glacier, Alaska

Amy Jensen, Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks

Disentangling the drivers of flow variability on Greenland outlet glaciers

Zachary Katz, Colorado School of Mines

Tidally modulated stick-Slip on Whillans Ice Plain, West Antarctica 

Ashlesha Khatiwada, Colorado State Univ. 

Examining the mass balance processes of very small glaciers

Chris Larson, University of Pennsylvania

Modeling Greenland Ice Sheet Melt During MIS 11 and the Eemian

Logan Mann, Dartmouth College

The Anatomy of an ice stream: Thermomechanics, stress balance, and boundary conditions

Neosha Gupta Narayanan, Georgia Inst. of Technology

Investigation of Subsurface Glacial Hydrology and Ice Mass Loss in Greenland 

Annegret Pohle, Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks

Reconstructing a 1980’s DEM of the Greenland ice sheet

Niya Shao, Univ. of Florida

Stochastic simulation of mass-conserving subglacial topography with Monte Carlo Markov Chain

Margot Shaya, Univ. of Washington

Interpreting ice flow at the Allan Hills using measurements and models of ice fabric 

Claire Wilson, Carnegie Mellon Univ.

Investigating the albedo feedbacks through energy balance modeling and fieldwork on Gulkana Glacier, Alaska

Outside US (14)

Inger Bij de Vaate, Univ. of Oslo, Norway

Glacier modeling using machine learning

Gopika Das K, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India

Seasonal evolution of supraglacial lakes and ice velocity changes on glaciers in Greenland

Mae Evans Univ. of Leeds, UK

Greenland Ice Sheet – ocean interactions: Using satellite data and AI to understand ice


Simon Jung, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Modelling subglacial drainage of soft bedded glaciers

Mamta K C, Univ. of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

Reconciling machine learning and glacier system modeling

Dylan Kreynen, Univ. of Oslo, Norway

Snowline mapping from remote sensing and data assimilation

Dia Martinez Gracey, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Developing a predictive model of thermal structure

Clara Nyqvist, University of Edinburgh, UK

Stability of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet from radar-sounded englacial structures

Jakub (Kuba) Oniszk, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Role of Subglacial Hydrology on Greenland Hydrodynamics

Richard Parsons, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK

Glacier Calving: Observations and Modelling

Hannah Phelps, Univ. of British Columbia, Canada

Implementing a katabatic flow model for use in regional surface mass balance models

Magali Ponds, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

Role of glaciers as water towers in a changing climate 

Marcelo Santis, Univ. of Chile, Chile

Glacial Lake Outburst Floods and glaciofluvial changes at the Patagonian Icefield

Maria Schroeder, Univ. of Innsbruck

Land-terminating ice cliffs in North Greenland: processes, divers and their

relation to regional climate

Note that we typically have some drop-outs. We will fill any vacant slots from the waiting list.


Andy Aschwanden (Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks, UAF), Ed Bueler(UAF), Mark Fahnestock (UAF), Regine Hock (UAF/Oslo Univ.), Martin Truffer (UAF), Karen Alley (Univ. of Manitoba, Canada), Gwenn Flowers (Simon Fraser Univ., Canada), David Rounce (Carnegie Mellon Univ.)
Guest lecturer: Michael Loso (National Park Service Alaska)