GLOFRIM v1.0 was developed as part of Jannis Hoch’s PhD studies at Utrecht University in the Netherlands.
The current version, GLOFRIM v2.0, was developed in a collaboration with Dirk Eilander (IVM, VU Amsterdam)
and Hiroaki Ikeuchi (University of Tokyo).
Thanks to all contributors, co-authors, and collaborators!
Together with the recently published article in NHESS,
a stable release of the GLOFRIM 2.0 code is now available via Zenodo.
GLOFRIM is hosted on GitHub.
All GLOFRIM code is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0
The development of GLOFRIM was only possible due to the contribution of many colleagues at various departments and universities.
Particular shout-outs go to:
Fedor Baart (Deltares), Jeffrey Neal (University of Bristol), Paul Bates (University of Bristol), Arthur van Dam (Deltares), Herman Kernkamp (Deltares),
Edwin Sutanudjaja (Utrecht University), Hessel Winsemius (Deltares, VU Amsterdam), Rens van Beek (Utrecht University), and Marc Bierkens (Utrecht University)
Research was funded by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Climate-KIC and Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).