Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

National Initiatives

  • The MSDAG project (Multiscale Data Assimilation in Geophysics) is an ANR SYSCOMM project. Fours partners are in the project: CEREA (Clime project-team, Marc Bocquet, PI of the whole project), Fluminance (Étienne Mémin), Moise Project-team (Laurent Debreu), LSCE (Frédéric Chevallier). It has been extended to the end of September 2012.

  • Clime is running the project MIDAR “Inverse modelling of deposition measurements in case of a radiological release”, under the framework of the LEFE-ASSIM program of INSU. This includes a cooperation with the Institute for Safety Problems of Nuclear Power Plants (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine).

  • Clime is part of the INSU/LEFE project ADOMOCA-2, which unites about ten French teams working in atmospheric chemistry data assimilation.

  • Clime is one partner of the ANR SYSCOMM GeoFluids project. It focuses on the specification of tools to analyse geophysical fluid flows from image sequences. Clime objectives concern the definition of reduced models from image data.

  • Clime takes part to the ANR project IDEA that addresses the propagation of wildland fires. Clime is in charge of the estimation of the uncertainties, based on sensitivity studies and ensemble simulations.