The first issue of the CLIMERI magazine is available on the CLIMERI web site (in French). You may read about the first CMIP6 results.
Myriam Khodri and her team have been awarded ~40 millions hours of HPC as part of the PRACE 21st call for proposals (October 2020 to September 2021). Their proposal, ASSIM2K, aims to assess climate models’ ability to reproduce natural climate variations. Proxy records (corals, speleothems, etc.) documenting the last 2000 years (2K) provide evidence for […]
Sébastien Gardoll and Yann Delcambre held a webinar on the use of the IPSL ESPRI GPU cluster for Machine Learning and Deep Learning (in French). See the mesocentre web site for the slides and the replay.
IPSL CMC held a webinar (in French) on 28 April 2020 entitled « Simulations CMIP6 à l’IPSL : premiers résultats et perspectives d’utilisations » that was followed by more than 100 attendees. You may find here a replay of the IPSL webinar and access the slides of the presentation.
IPSL CMC contributed to a study analysing the evolution of Arctic sea ice in CMIP6 model. You may follow the link to the new study published in GRL and the CNRS press release in French. Notz, D., Dörr, J., Bailey, D. A., Blockley, E., Bushuk, M., Debernard, J. B., et al. (2020). Arctic Sea Ice […]
IPSL CMC organizes a webinar entitled « Simulations CMIP6 à l’IPSL : premiers résultats et perspectives d’utilisations » on April 28, 2020 (in French language). Registration is available from this link and is limited to the first 100 participants.
The first papers of the « IPSL Climate Model Used in CMIP6 » Special Collection in the JAMES AGU journal are being published. You may find them by following this link.
IPSL hosts the 6th edition of the « numerical modelling for the ocean and the atmosphere » doctoral training held on 26-29 November 2019. More information can be found on the training web site.
Another milestone has been reached with the publication of over 200,000 CMIP6 datasets by the IPSL group for its IPSL-CM6A-LR model. See the ESGF CMIP6 Data Holdings for more statistics. The published datasets include the piControl, historical and scenario experiments, along with many experiments from various Model Intercomparison Projects (MIPs). All datasets can be accessed […]
A press conference was scheduled for 17 September morning in Paris to present early results from the French CMIP6 climate simulations, including future projections. The full report is available on the IPSL web site. Contact : CNRS press office.