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About GHub

Welcome to! This science gateway offers datasets, workflows, and tools to unify ice sheet observations and modeling, provide uncertainty quantification, and improve estimates of future sea level rise.

Joining GHub

Ice sheet scientists and members of related communities are welcome to register on GHub. Please use your institutional email address and indicate your Reason and Interests on the form. You may also contact us through a system ticket; please specify your association with GHub. Registration is free, but you must be a member to access GHub tools and datasets.

Please enter a ticket or email us for access to ISMIP6 data via your Globus academic or institutional credentials.

Inquiries and Assistance

GHub is maintained by HUBzero, San Diego Supercomputer Center, and the Center for Computational Research (SUNY Buffalo). For inquiries, please contact Jeanette Sperhac, jsperhac-at-buffalo-dot-edu or ghub.gateway-at-gmail, or submit a ticket via UB CCR or

Cite us

To cite the GHub project, please use the following paper, published 10 December 2020:

Sperhac, JM, Poinar, K, Jones‐Ivey, R, et al. GHub: Building a glaciology gateway to unify a community. Concurrency Computat Pract Exper. 2020;e6130.


Support for this gateway is provided by U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) grants, “EAGER: Exploring a community driven data-model framework for testing the stability of the Greenland Ice Sheet, NSF 1837544 and "Ghub as a Community-Driven Data-Model Framework for Ice-Sheet Science", NSF 2004826 and NSF 2004302.

We are grateful for the support of the NSF and the EarthCube project.