Advanced Earth System Modelling Capacity (ESM): A contribution 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.

The ESM General Assembly 2018 took place last week (12-14 September 2018) in Leipzig kindly hosted by UFZ and jointly organised by AWI...

The first set of ESM-Tools developed at AWI as part of the ESM project has been released on the 6 September 2018 and presented at the...

The project Advanced Earth System Model Capacity (ESM) started on 1 April 2017 and is funded by the Helmholtz Association with 5 M€...

On the 4th and 5th of July 2018 the Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC) organised the first "Introductory Course for users of the ESM...

Dr Peter Bauer, Deputy Director of the Research Department of the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) in the UK,...

Numerical models are useful for investigations of the composition and the thermal and dynamical structure of Earth’s atmosphere. They...

Corinna Schrum, researcher at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht and ESM project partner, has been invited to present hers and...

The EGU General Assembly 2018 (EGU18) in Vienna will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting between the 8...

Climate models help us understand the how the atmosphere and the ocean work and how the Earth climate has changed in the past and might...

The numerical models included in the ESM project are very diverse and have different capabilities. Climate models are complex and might...

The ESM project is funded by the Helmholtz Association.

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