The next annual ORCHIDEE training will be at Jussieu in Paris on Feb 8 and 9. You can see the preleminary agenda here: https://forge.ipsl.jussieu.fr/orchidee/wiki/GroupActivities/Training Every participants are welcome, remote option is possible but we strongly encourage people to come in person. It is generally more efficient. To register please fill the form here: https://framaforms.org/orchidee-training-1702025113 Bertrand, […]
The IPSL Climate Modelling Centre keeps hiring, please visit our « job opportunities » webpage: https://cmc.ipsl.fr/about-job-opportunities/
Like every year, we propose a 2-day training course in simulation tools used for climate modeling at IPSL. This course is for both beginners and advanced users of modipsl/libIGCM tools. The duration of the training session is 2 days and the course will take place in person at IDRIS (Orsay). You will have the possibility […]
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Pascale Braconnot (France) has been appointed as Vice Chair of the WCRP Joint Scientific Committee (JSC), where she joins Prof. Detlef Stammer (Germany) who remains Chair for the next two years. Pascale Braconnot has also been involved with WCRP for a long time, in CLIVAR, in the Working […]
The ORCHIDEE project group organises a training session for new users of the model. The training covers two days of lectures and hands on session. It will take place on the 6-7 of February 2023 on the Pierre and Marie Curie campus in Paris, but an option to follow the training online will also be […]
The next training on how to use the IPSL climate model will take place on 19 & 20 and 26 & 27 January 2023. The deadline for registration is December 14, 2022 but the number of attendees in each session is limited. This course is for beginners and advanced users. It will be mostly hands-on […]
IPSL CMC has a two-day residential seminar on November 17-18th to discuss their future climate modelling roadmap. Among the many subjects discussed: Water and energy cycle, Biogeochemical couplings, Model tuning and evaluation, Ice sheet modelling, Use of model hierarchy and spinup, AI contribution to modelling, Training for and by our models, Data stewardship.
« Are General Circulation Models obsolete? » You will find a discussion by V Balaji and colleagues from the Climate Modelling Centre of the IPSL in a new article published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The TRACCS (TRAnsforming Climate Modelling for Climate Services) programme has secured a funding of 51 M€ for the next 8 years from France 2030. It aims to transform climate modelling to meet current challenges and societal expectations by improving knowledge and tools concerning climate impacts and risks, and contributing to the development of climate services. […]
IPSL hosted the first General Assembly of the ESM2025 project on June 7-9, 2022. Thank you all for a very successul and interesting meeting!