Austria is the host country of IIASA. The Austrian Academy of Sciences is the National Member Organization (NMO) representing Austria and entrusts the Austrian IIASA Committee with oversight of IIASA.
Main areas of collaborations:
Advancing demographic methods
Tackling climate change and greenhouse gas emissions
Transitions toward a sustainable energy future
Increasing climate and disaster resilience in Austria
Land use in Austria and Europe
Developing expertise in big data
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05 September 2023
30 August 2023
30 August 2023
07 March 2023 Theatersaal, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Sonnenfelsgasse 19, 1010 Vienna and online
26 June 2023
Systems analysis for reducing footprints and enhancing resilience: Reflections on the 2022 IIASA-ÖAW Conference
16 May 2023
What would Vienna look like without migrants, and what kind of socioeconomic implications would such a situation have? IIASA researchers Anne Goujon and Thomas Schinko delved into these questions in response to a recent public debate on the topic.
15 February 2023
Juan Carlos Laso Bayas and colleagues reflect on the outcomes of the SATFARM Services project, which set out to create models that demonstrate the potential of satellite data to track climate-smart agricultural practices and visualize indicators to track their success in a prototype web platform for Austrian farmers.
Schirpke, U., Tasser, E., Borsky, S., Braun, M., Eitzinger, J., Gaube, V., Getzner, M., Glatzel, S., Gschwantner, T., Kirchner, M., Leitinger, G., Mehdi-Schulz, B., Mitter, H., Scheifinger, H., Thaler, S., Thom, D., & Thaler, T. (2023). Past and future impacts of land-use changes on ecosystem services in Austria. Journal of Environmental Management 345 e118728. 10.1016/j.jenvman.2023.118728. Hagen, I., Allen, S., S.Bahinipati, C., Frey, H., Huggel, C., Karabaczek, V., Kienberger, S., Mechler, R. , Menk, L., & Schinko, T. (2023). A reality check for the applicability of comprehensive climate risk assessment and management: Experiences from Peru, India and Austria. Climate Risk Management e100534. 10.1016/j.crm.2023.100534. (In Press) Bachner, G., Knittel, N., Poledna, S., Hochrainer-Stigler, S., & Reiter, K. (2023). Revealing indirect risks in complex socioeconomic systems: A highly detailed multi‐model analysis of flood events in Austria. Risk Analysis 10.1111/risa.14144. (In Press) Seebauer, S., Thaler, T., Hanger-Kopp, S., & Schinko, T. (2023). How path dependency manifests in flood risk management: observations from four decades in the Ennstal and Aist catchments in Austria. Regional Environmental Change 23 (1) e31. 10.1007/s10113-023-02029-y. Zwickl, K., Miklin, X., & Naqvi, A. (2023). Sociodemographic Disparities in Ambient Particulate Matter Exposure in Austria. SSRN Electronic Journal (Submitted) Bachner, G., Knittel, N., Poledna, S., Hochrainer-Stigler, S., Reiter, K., & Pflug, G. (2022). Revealing the indirect risks of flood events: A multi-model assessment for Austria. IIASA Report. Laxenburg, Austria: IIASA