Coupling of Tectonic and Surface Processes, April 25-27, 2018: Invitation for remote participation

Greetings  –

The workshop focused on Coupling of Tectonic and Surface Processes (CTSP), April 25-27, 2018 is intended to survey both questions and state of the art numerical techniques that simulate surface processes and long term tectonic (LTT) processes in an attempt to define a framework for the development of efficient numerical algorithms that couple across multiple length and time scales. This workshop will provide a unique opportunity for researchers to develop collaborations and proposal ideas and by doing so enhance and increase the impact of both the LTT and CSDMS communities. We expect a broad and diverse audience drawn from domestic and international research communities, including graduate students, post-docs, and early career scientists, who are interested in coupling landscape evolution to tectonic processes.

Although registration is now closed for onsite participation in CTSP, we invite you to participate remotely using the Zoom meeting platform. You will be able to view all plenary talks, round table discussions and participate in remote group breakout sessions each day of the workshop. Meeting information including agenda can be found on the workshop website:

Registration is required in advance. Once you have registered, a link will be forwarded with detailed remote joining instructions.


Wednesday, April 25th

Morning Session 8:30AM to 12:00PM (MDT) Registration URL:
Afternoon Session 1:00PM to 4:15PM (MDT) Registration URL:

Thursday, April 26th

Morning Session 8:30AM to 12:00PM  (MDT) Registration URL:
Afternoon Session 1:00PM to 5:00PM (MDT) Registration URL:

We look forward to your participation.


Organizing Committee:
Mark Behn, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI)
Thorsten Becker, University of Texas – Austin
Catherine Cooper, Washington State University
Nicole Gasparini, Tulane University
Lorraine Hwang, University of California, Davis
Louise Kellogg, University of California, Davis
Luc Lavier, University of Texas – Austin
Eric Mittelstaedt, University of Idaho
Greg Tucker, University of Colorado – Boulder
Boris Kaus, Johannes Gutenberg University – Mainz

Sponsored by Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics, the Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System and the National Science Foundation