from 31 July 2017 to 4 August 2017 (US/Central)
Madison, WI
US/Central timezone
The primary goal of the workshop is to validate/verify the latest ice model (spice 3.2) so that it can be used in new
simulation production. We will discuss topics such as the bulk ice, hole ice, DOM efficiency (relative and absolute), SPE
corrections, and uncertainties.

A second goal of this workshop is to bring together calibration experts and members of other working groups, so that we can
better understand how calibration results and uncertainties impact the work of other groups, and work together towards improving implementation and feedback in the future. As such, we strongly encourage collaboration members outside of the calibration
working group to attend if they are interested and available!

Dates: from 31 July 2017 08:00 to 4 August 2017 18:00
Timezone: US/Central
Location: Madison, WI
222 West Washington Ave., Suite 500
Room: Supernova
Additional info:
There are several rooms available at the Short Course dorms on campus for those of you coming from out of town.  Here is a link to the dorm webpage:   and here is the link to reserve a room for the workshop:  Cost is $20 per night per person, which includes linen.