Research Partners

IIASA partners with external organizations that are able to supply complementary expertise and insights to its own in-house research 

IIASA partnerships exist at every level: the Institute’s National Member Organizations; other research funders; United Nations agencies and programs and international organizations; academic institutions; and organizations like NGOs and the private sector.

The selection, constantly evolving, of IIASA research partners below can be browsed to see how IIASA specifically interacts with the different organizations.

IIASA National Members

IIASA is funded and governed by its National Member Organizations (NMOs)—often highly prestigious scientific organizations such as the country's national academy or premier research funding agency. More

UN Agencies and programs

IIASA collaborates with multiple bodies, agencies, programs, and organizations of the United Nations System in order to enhance the impact of its research and to contribute to informed decision-making process. At some of them IIASA enjoys a membership or observer status. More

Goodwill Ambassador: Vienna Philharmonic

The Vienna Philharmonic is a goodwill ambassador for the work of IIASA. The partnership brings together music and science for the broader good of humanity. More



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PUBLICATIONS

Hunt, J. , Nascimento, A., Schwengber ten Caten, C., Caputo Tomé, F.M., Schneider, P.S., Ribeiro Thomazoni, A.L., José de Castro, N., Brandão, R., et al. (2022). Energy crisis in Brazil: Impact of hydropower reservoir level on the river flow. Energy 239, e121927. 10.1016/j.energy.2021.121927.

Rivas-Tabares, D., Tarquis, A.M., De Miguel, Á., Gobin, A., & Willaarts, B. (2022). Enhancing LULC scenarios impact assessment in hydrological dynamics using participatory mapping protocols in semiarid regions. Science of the Total Environment 803, e149906. 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.149906.

Komendantova, N. , Neumueller, S., & Nkoana, E. (2022). Co-creating Policies on Societal Transformations as a Factor of Resilience of Modern Society. In: Energy Transition in the Baltic Sea Region: Understanding Stakeholder Engagement and Community Acceptance. Eds. Karimi, F. & Rodi, M., Routledge. ISBN 9781032003085

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