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.
The programme and abstract book of the Climeri-France CMIP6 workshop are now ready.
The contribution of IPSL CMC to CMIP6 is discussed in issue 237 of the CEA news magazine [in French].
CLIMERI-France is organizing a CMIP6 workshop on 27-28 May 2019 in Bordeaux. All details on objectives and how to register are available on the CLIMERI-France web site.
Press release 26 March 2019 Climate scientists employed at Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace (IPSL), Centre national de recherches météorologiques (CNRM, Météo-France/CNRS) and at “Climat, environnement, couplages et incertitudes” laboratory (CERFACS/CNRS), using means from CNRS, CEA, Météo-France, Sorbonne Université and IRD, announce today the release of new datasets that promise to provide fresh insights into past and […]
A blog post was published in Carbon Brief explaining why the very early results from the new generation of climate models under CMIP6 matter for adaptation and mitigation policies. Stay tuned.
LSCE and IPSL CMC are pleased to welcome Katsumasa Tanaka later this year as a MOPGA fellow. Katsumasa works in the field of climate and environmental science and policy. His broad career goal is to integrate various scientific theories and knowledge including uncertainties to provide useful input to climate and environmental policymaking. His main research […]
The IPSL CMC is recruiting a post-doc researcher for at least two years on reduced modelling of the Earth system in Paris as part of the European CONSTRAIN H2020 project. Details about the position are posted on the CNRS job portal and application should exclusively go through the portal.