Selen 2.9 and Aspect 0.2 released
Strategic Planning & Spring and Summer Workshops
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Election Results, Information for Fall AGU 2012
SPECFEM3D_GLOBE at CAS; New Allocation at NCAR; CIG Webinar Series
AGU – CIG BUSINESS MEETING
AGU – CIG BOOTH AT NSF STREET – REQUEST FOR VOLUNTEERS
UPDATE TO BYLAWS
PYLITH RELEASE 1.6.2 - IMPORTANT BUG FIX
The AGU abstract deadline is coming up. Here are 2 sessions of special interest to the CIG community.
CIG Specfem 3D Portal Now Activated on Ranger
Welcome to CIG's redesigned web site!
CIG moving to UC Davis, with Kellogg as Director; NSF funds CIG's next phase; SPECFEM3D GLOBE 5.0.1, SEISMIC CMPL 1.1.0, and SNAC 1.2.0 released; CitcomCU 1.0.3 and CitcomS 126.96.36.199 bug-fixes released; CIG TeraGrid time renewed and available; CIG Seismology Web Portal Processing Capacity Increased; CDM 2010 Workshop June 14-18 in Golden, CO; GLADE workshop July 26-29 at UC San Diego; Gale Training Session Oct. 30 in Denver, CO; EC and SSC Committee Updates.
View the presentation (PDF) given at the CIG Business Meeting on December 15, 2009, in San Francisco during the annual AGU Meeting.
The CIG Seismology Web Portal, which provides on-demand simulations of seismic wave propagation, has had its processor capability enhanced to 1014 processors, via the TeraGrid Ranger's Hero queue.
CIG's annual report for 2009, dated August 31, 2009, and submitted to NSF on September 15, 2009
SPECFEM2D 6.0 released; CitcomS 3.1.1, PyLith 1.4.2, and SPECFEM3D_GLOBE 4.0.4 bug fixes released; CIG II proposal submitted; CIG > CIG II transition plans and timeline; report and presentations from recent Gale user meeting.
The CIG-II proposal and its supplemental material were submitted on July 8, 2009.
CitcomS 3.1.1, PyLith 1.4, and SNAC 1.1 released; Comments on CIG-II Proposal Documents Solicited; EC selects Kellogg as next CIG Director; Presentations and Tutorials are online for recent Numerical Modeling of Crustal Deformation and Earthquake Faulting Workshop
CIG's Executive Committee announced Dr. Louise Kellogg of UC Davis as the next director of CIG. Her term will commence when CIG-II is awarded, estimated to be in early 2010.