Nonlinearity Interaction in Climate Dynamics, is an inter-organism project of the ocean-atmosphere area of the
whose aim is to investigate the topological structure of random attractors relevant to climate dynamics,
in order to understand the interaction between noise and the nonlinearity of a dynamical system.
This question is central to the modeling of physically open, non-autonomous, forced (anthropogenic) and random (natural) systems.
The project involves Mickael Chekroun and Michael Ghil as co-investigators..