Advanced Earth System Modelling Capacity (ESM): Contribute to solving Grand Challenges

The ESM project started on 1 April 2017 funded by the Helmholtz Association over a period of three years. The project comprises eight Helmholtz Research Centers and aims to improve the representation of the components of the Earth system and their coupling, as well as to perform a series of selected numerical experiments to address Grand Challenges (Frontier Simulations). A long-term strategy for the development of an Earth System Modelling capacity is also an objective of the project.

While you read this, you might still be on your way back from San Francisco, with your mind full of inspiration and your spirit lifted...

 

Judith Hauck is head of the Helmholtz Young Investigator Group for Marine Carbon and Ecosystem Feedbacks in the Earth System...

While people start thinking about presents, wrapping paper and Christmas dinners, scientists from all over the planet are preparing for...

For the first time, a Chemistry-Climate Model (CCM) has been used to assess the impact of unexpected emissions of chlorofluorocarbon-11...

An international researcher team from TU Bergakademie Freiberg (Francesco Parisio, Thomas Nagel), Helmholtz Centre UFZ (Wenqing Wang,...

On the 28-30 October 2019 the ESM members of the Task Team 1.5 “Coupling of Earth system compartments” came together at the...

Stefan Kollet is a researcher at the Jülich Research Centre (FZJ) in the Institute of Bio- and Geosciences Agrosphere (IBG-3). The wide...

Arne Biastoch is a physical oceanographer at the Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research GEOMAR in Kiel in the research division ocean...

The Jülich Supercomputing centre is leading a new Helmholtz project, that aims to lay the foundation for new breakthroughs in Earth...

The ESM project is funded by the Helmholtz Association.

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