The Integrated Assessment Modeling Consortium (IAMC) organizes the Sixteenth IAMC Annual Meeting 2023, taking place in Venice, Italy.

The Sixteenth IAMC Annual Meeting is a gathering of experts in integrated assessment modeling, facilitating knowledge exchange and collaboration, organized by the Integrated Assessment Consortium (IAMC). The event's objectives include discussing the latest advancements in integrated assessment modeling, reviewing ongoing community activities, and reevaluating field priorities. It also serves as an annual gathering of the scientific community to encourage researchers to share their work and innovations and promote interdisciplinary discussions and progress in the field.

This year's meeting will feature a hybrid format, combining in-person and online sessions for global accessibility. IIASA researchers will actively participate, contributing their research to enrich discussions and enhance the meeting's significance as a platform for knowledge exchange in integrated assessment modeling.

IIASA Participation during IAMC 2023

Tuesday, 14 November

Plenary Session

9:30 – 10:20, Room 1
The Role of scenarios in the IPCC AR7
with Keywan Riahi

Parallel Session: IMPACTS 1

14:20 – 16:00, Room 2
Scenarios of socioeconomic constraints in agricultural practices
with Marina Andrijevic

Parallel Session: IMPACTS 2

16:30 – 18:10, Room 2, Chair: Keywan Riahi

Fast climate risk emulation for IAM scenarios
with Edward Byers 

Human wellbeing in relation to climate, economy, and environment
with Sibel Eker

IN-PERSON Poster Session 1

18:15 – 18:45, Foyer
Towards degrowth in integrated assessment models
with Jarmo Kikstra

Wednesday, 15 November

​​​​​​​Parallel Session: IMPACTS 3

9:00 – 10:05, Room 1

Towards scenario representation of adaptive capacity for global climate change assessments
with Marina Andrijevic

IAM investment response to biophysical climate impacts on water, energy and land in SDGs and climate policies
with Adriano Vinca

Parallel Session: DEMAND 2

11:10 – 12:35, Room 3
Demand 2
with Bas van Ruijven (Chair)

Parallel Session: SSPs

14:20 – 16:00, Room 1, Chair: Keywan Riahi

An Update of The Shared Socio-economic Pathways (SSP): Population, Human Capital, and Economic Drivers
with Keywan Riahi

Representation Matters: The need for more gender-aware work in climate research and scenarios
with Caroline Zimm

Parallel Session: METHODS 3

14:20 – 14:55, Room 2
Methods 3
with Volker Krey (Chair)

IN-PERSON Poster Session 2

17:45 – 18:15, Foyer

A systematic principle-to-practice approach for evaluating fairness in national mitigation effort quantifications and its application to inform the European Union's role in global climate mitigation
with Setu Pelz

FaIR v2.1: a calibrated, flexible simple climate model for integrated assessment
with Chris Smith

ONLINE Poster Session 2

18:45 – 19:15, Foyer

Integrated modelling of renewable energy-centered sustainable development futures in rural Africa
with Giacomo Falchetta

A guide for describing aspects of justice in climate scenario research
with Kian Mintz-Woo

Thursday, 16 November

Parallel Session: CIRCULAR 1

9:00 – 10:40, Room 1, Volker Krey (Chair)

Integrated assessment of circular economy transition and climate mitigation in the petrochemical sector
with Florian Maczek

Parallel Session: LAND 1

09:00 - 10:40, Room 3
Navigating land-use strategies toward ambitious climate and biodiversity targets
with Yazhen Wu

Parallel Session: CARBON 1

9:00 – 10:40, Room 4, Chair: Matthew Gidden

Strategies to scale-up novel CDR technologies considering endogenous cost improvement: A case of DACCS
with Yoga Pratama

Parallel Session: TRANSITION

11:10 – 12:50, Room 2
Addressing Regional Feasibility Concerns in the Race to Net Zero
with Elina Brutschin

Plenary Session

15:10 PM – 16:10, Room 1
SWG Data Protocols and Management
with Volker Krey (Co-Chair)

Plenary Session

15:10 – 16:10
SWG Scenarios
with Keywan Riahi (Co-Chair)


About IAMC

The Integrated Assessment Consortium (IAMC) is an organization of scientific research institutions that pursues scientific understanding of issues associated with integrated assessment modeling and analysis.

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