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PISM is a joint project between developers in the ice sheet modeling group at the University of Alaska (UAF), developers at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), and several additional developers listed here.

Name and affiliation

Area of contribution

Torsten Albrecht (PIK)

ice shelf physics and numerics

Andy Aschwanden (UAF)

scripts, visualization, thermodynamics, SeaRISE-Greenland

Jed Brown (ANL)

source code original author, SSA numerics, PETSc underpinnings

Ed Bueler (UAF)

principal investigator, verification, earth deformation, SIA numerics, thermodynamics, documentation

Dani DellaGiustina (UAF)

regional tools and modeling

Johannes Feldman (PIK)

marine ice sheet processes

Elizabeth Fischer (GFDL)

coupling design

Marijke Habermann (UAF)


Marianne Haseloff (UBC)

ice streams: physics and numerics

Regine Hock (UAF)

surface mass and energy balance

Constantine Khroulev (UAF)

source code primary author, input/output, software design, climate couplers, parallelization, testing, user support, most documentation, most bug fixes, regional tools, …

Anders Levermann (PIK)

calving, ice shelf processes

Craig Lingle (UAF)

original SIA model, earth deformation

Maria Martin (PIK)

SeaRISE-Antarctica, Antarctica processes

Mattias Mengel (PIK)

marine ice sheet processes

David Maxwell (UAF)

inversion, SSA finite elements, python bindings

Ward van Pelt (IMAU)

hydrology analysis and design

Ronja Reese (PIK)

sub-shelf mass balance, ice shelf numerics, bug fixes

Julien Seguinot (ETH)

bug fixes, temperature index model

Ricarda Winkelmann (PIK)

Antarctica processes, coupling, and modeling

Florian Ziemen (MPI)

bug fixes, sliding

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