IPSL is pleased to announce that its CMIP6 data are now licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Public License (CC BY 4.0). This license allows potential users of the data to adapt the material for any purpose, even commercially, and share the resulting material in any medium and format, as long as they […]
IPSL is recruiting two new positions in relation to the Climate Modelling Centre: Postdoc/Research engineer in water isotope modelling in the NEMO ocean model Postdoc/research engineer in water isotope modelling in the ORCHIDEE land surface and vegetation model
The recording of the webinar given by Olivier Marti (LSCE-IPSL), entitled « Quantifying errors in coupling schemes at the ocean-atmosphere interface in Earth system models, using a mathematically consistent Schwarz iterative method » is available here. The webinar is in French.
Like every year, we propose a 2-day training course on running environment of IPSL models. This course is both for beginners and advanced users of modipsl/libIGCM tools. This year, the course will be given in face-to-face at IDRIS in Orsay (91). Due to the COVID-19 situation, the number of participants in the IDRIS classroom is […]
The next ORCHIDEE training course for beginners will be given in January 2022. The training covers 2 days of lectures and hands-on session. This time, due to Covid restrictions, less people are allowed in the training room and therefore the same training will be given twice. You can register for either 18th-19th January or 25th-26th […]
As every year, December is the month of the LMDZ training course. The next training course is scheduled to take place on December 8-9-10 th, 2021. All the details are available on the LMDZ web site
Congratulations to all the members of the IPSL ESPRI team for their 2021 « cristal collectif » awarded by CNRS ! The ESPRI team supports climate modelling at the IPSL with an end-to-end solution for data production, quality control, storage, distribution and analysis. More information on the 2021 « cristal collectif » can be found here. A movie presenting […]
Myriam Khodri, Jebri Beyrem, David Niezgodda, Arnaud Caubel and Yann Meurdsoif from the IPSL Climate Modelling Centre have been awarded ~60 millions hours of HPC as part of the PRACE 23st call for proposals (October 2021 to September 2022). ASSIM2K proposes to use a newly developed Auxiliary Particle Filter (APF) which combines a Linear inverse […]
Congratulations to our colleagues, Christophe Genthon (LMD, CNRS), Thomas Dubos (LMD, Ecole Polytechnique), Valérie Masson-Delmotte (LSCE, CEA) and Alexis Berne (EPFL) for their successful ERC AWACA proposal which aims to reconstruct and predict the water cycle in Antarctica by combining modelling and measurements. They will use a high-resolution climate model developed at IPSL to simulate […]
IPSL scientists have now coordinated or contributed to more 50 CMIP6 publications. See the complete list on the dedicated pages for IPSL-CM6 publications and CMIP6 publications.