This list currently only contains invited talks, from 2010 onwards. It will be progressively completed by other talks.
Invited conferences: seminars
Invited conferences at international seminars or workshops
Workshop on Millenial Scale Variability, Bergen, September 2010. Masa Kageyama, Didier Swingedouw, Juliette Mignot, Charline Marzin. Climatic response to AMOC variations: timing and teleconnections. Some results from the IPSL model.
European Geophysical Union, April 2011. Masa Kageyama, Claire Waelbroeck, Norbert Frank, and Didier M. Roche. The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation's impact on surface climate and subsurface ocean temperatures under the Last Glacial Maximum conditions: a model-data comparison.
COST-INTIMATE conference, November 2011. Masa Kageyama, in collaboration with Ayako Abe-Ouchi, Ute Merkel, Matthias Prange, Bette Otto-Bliesner, Didier M. Roche, Joy Singarayer. A comparison of the climate response to fresh water discharges under glacial conditions.
Workshop on 'Palaeoclimate and human dispersal during Marine Isotope Stage 3', Chennai, December 2011. Masa Kageyama. Introduction to palaeoclimate modeling, 2 seminars-lectures.
COMPARE workshop, March 2011. Masa Kageyama. Report on the PAGES/CLIVAR Hawaii workshop “Using paleo-climate model/data comparisons to constrain future projections” and Masa Kageyama, Véronique Mariotti et Tilla Roy : Comparing the IPSLCM5A LGM simulation to marine data.
European Science Foundation conference on Modes of Variability in the Climate System, Past-Present-Future, May 2012. Masa Kageyama, in collaboration with. Charline Marzin, Pascale Braconnot, Didier Swingedouw, Juliette Mignot, Daphné Buiron. Climatic impacts of AMOC changes under glacial conditions.
PMIP3 2nd general meeting, May 2012. Masa Kageyama. Report on the PAGES/CLIVAR Hawaii workshop “Using paleo-climate model/data comparisons to constrain future projections”
WCRP Grand Challenge Workshop: Clouds, Circulation and Climate Sensitivity, March 2014. Masa Kageyama. Paleoclimate modelling: methodologies, targets and analyses in the context of the Grand Challenge on Clouds, Circualtion and climate sensitivity.
Kageyama, M., 2015. Connecting remote climate changes? models can help! Plenary invited conference at the INQUA (International Union for Quaternary Research) conference, July 26 – August 2 2015, Nagoya, Japan.
Kageyama, M. Last Glacial Maximum puzzles and the PMIP4−CMIP6 LGM experimental design. “Unsolved Puzzles in Glacial Climates” workshop, 2016, Stockholm.