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Partnerships

Associate members

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Joint laboratories

Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS),UMR 5318 CECI

Institut de recherche informatique de Toulouse (Irit)

Cooperation agreements

Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA)

Institut national de recherche en informatique et en automatique (Inria)

Centre informatique national de l’enseignement supérieur (Cines)

Other partnerships

Centre d'études et d'expertise sur les risques, l'environnement, la mobilité et l'aménagement (Cerema)

Centre européen de prévision météorologique à moyen terme (CEPMMT)

Centre national de recherches météorologiques (CNRM)

Deutsches Zentrum für Luft und Raumfahrt (DLR), German center for aeronautics and astronautics

École nationale supérieure d'électrotechnique, d'électronique, d'informatique, d'hydraulique et des télécommunications (Enseeiht)

Groupe de recherche en géodésie spatiale (GRGS)

Groupement d’intérêt scientifique – Hydraulique pour l’environnement et le développement durable (Gis Hedd)

Groupement de recherche – Écoulements gravitaires et rIsques naturels (GDR Egrin).

Institut national polytechnique de Toulouse (INPT)

Institut Pierre Simon Laplace (IPSL)

Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), (Pasadena, USA)

Laboratoire atmosphères, milieux et observations spatiales (Latmos).  Latmos is a CNRS-Idim-ERLL-Lammi-BDLC joint research unit

Laboratoire d’études en géophysique et océanographie spatiales (Legos)

Laboratoire d’hydraulique de Saint-Venant (LHSV), le LHSV is a EDF R&D-Cerema joint research unit

Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann (LJK)

Laboratoire Lieux, identités, espaces et activités (Lisa). Le Lisa is a CNRS-UVSQ-UPMC-IPSL joint research unit

Laboratoire national d'hydraulique et environnement (LNHE). Le LNHE is a laboratory in the EDF R&D department

Laboratoire des sciences du climat et de l’environnement (LSCE). LSCE is a CEA-CNRS-UVSQ joint research unit

Met Office, English Meteorological National Service

National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées (OMP)

Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (UK),

Service central d'hydrométéorologie et d'appui à la prévision des inondations (Schapi)

University of California (Santa Cruz, U.S.A.)

University of Coimbra (Portugal)

University of Colorado (Denver, U.S.A.)

University of Namur (Belgium)

NEWS

NextSim General Assembly and TC meeting

CERFACS |  16 September 2021

The General Assembly and TC Meeting took place on 15-16 September 2021. CERFACS is involved in the NextSim project (). The primary objective is to increase the capabilities of Computational Fluid Dynamics tools on extreme-scale parallel computing platforms for aeronautical design. This project has received funding from the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement N° 956104. The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Spain, France, Germany. This project has received funding from the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) under grant agreement N° ANR-20-EHPC-0002-02. For more information, please visit Read more


Sophie Valcke from Cerfacs co-authored a new book on atmosphere-ocean modelling

CERFACS |  18 August 2021

new book "Atmosphere-Ocean Modelling - Couling and Couplers” by Prof. Carlos R Mechoso, Prof. Soon-Il An and Dr Sophie Valcke has just been published by World Scientific. The present book fills a void in the current literature by presenting a basic and yet rigorous treatment of how the models of the atmosphere and the ocean are put together into a coupled system. Details are available at  Abstract: Coupled atmosphere-ocean models are at the core of numerical climate models. There is an extraordinarily broad class of coupled atmosphere-ocean models ranging from sets of equations that can be solved analytically to highly detailed representations of Nature requiring the most advanced computers for execution. The models are applied to subjects including the conceptual understanding of Earth’s climate, predictions that support human activities in a variable climate, and projections aimed to prepare society for climate change. The present book fills a void in the current literature by presenting a basic and yet rigorous treatment of how the models of the atmosphere and the ocean are put together into a coupled system. The text of the book is divided into chapters organized according to complexity of the components that are coupled. Two full chapters are dedicated to current efforts on the development of generalist couplers and coupling methodologies all over the worldRead more

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