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.
Like every year, IPSL CMC proposes a training course on running environment of IPSL models. This course is both for beginners and advanced users. Due to the current sanitary situation, we have decided to propose a different format and thus this training will be held online. On Friday 29th of January 2021 you will have […]
IPSL CMC held two half-days of presentations and discussions on its current and future climate model configurations on December 8th and 9th, 2020. Here is the full programme of the two half-days. Below you can find the presentations, the videos and the chatlogs. Programme (in French) Mardi 8 décembre 2020 – Quelle science pour IPSL […]
Find all the details of the 20202 winter LMDZ training course on the LMDZ training pages
Despite this COVID-19 crisis, the ORCHIDEE group is more active than ever and will organize a new training session on January 12-13, 2021. The training will be online and the details will be provided in the coming weeks but we would need to know who want to participate to the training session. If you are […]
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.