17 April 2016 - 22 April 2016
Vienna, Austria

IIASA at EGU 2016

IIASA researchers and staff will participate in the European Geophysical Union General Assembly 2016, presenting new research and sharing information on IIASA opportunities, models, and science.

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The European Geophysical Union (EGU) General Assembly brings together researchers from all over the world in a meeting covering all disciplines of earth, space, and planetary sciences. IIASA researchers from a number of research programs - including the Ecosystems Services and Management, Risk, Policy and Vulnerability, and Water programs - will present a variety of research during oral and poster presentations at the meeting. 

Additional information for journalists will be available prior to the meeting: To arrange interviews with IIASA researchers please contact the IIASA Press Office

The list below includes IIASA presentations at the meeting, but does not include presentations on which IIASA researchers were coauthors. For full information please see the EGU program.

Find EGU posters and presentations in the IIASA publications repository.

IIASA Presentations 


Monday, 18 April

Yusuke Satoh
Asian water futures - Multi scenarios, models and criteria assessment

Session HS5.6 - Water Resources Management and Policy in a Changing World. Oral Presentation: 09:45-10:00 / Room C

Taher Kahil
Hydro-economic modeling of conjunctive ground and surface water use to guide sustainable basin management

Session HS5.6 - Water Resources Management and Policy in a Changing World. Oral Presentation: 11:30–11:45 / Room C

Nadejda Komendantova
Vulnerability of electricity transmission infrastructure to natural hazards

NH9.1: Natural hazard event analyses for risk reduction and adaptation 
Oral Presentation: 11:30-11:45 / Room N2

Oskar Franklin (Session Co-Organizer)
Predicting plants – modeling traits as a function of environment
BG1.8/SSS12.19: The next generation of land ecosystem models: optimality principles in theory and practice (co-organized) PICO Session: 15:30–17:00 

Juraj Balkovic and Jie Zhang 
Modelling crop yield, soil organic C and P under variable long-term fertilizer management in China
BG4.7: Long-term observations and experiments on climate change impact on ecosystem health and services. Poster Session: 17:00-18:30 / Foyer N

Lena Hoglund Isaksson
Source attribution of methane emissions from global oil and gas production: results of bottom-up simulations over three decades

AS3.25/BG3.6/CL2.13/GI2.14/OS1.13 
Quantifying greenhouse gas fluxes on local, regional and global scales using atmosphere, ocean and biosphere measurements. Poster Session: 17:30-19:00 / Hall X3

Sylvain Leduc
An optimal renewable energy mix for Indonesia
ERE3.1: Energy meteorology and spatial modelling of renewable energies. 
Poster Session: 17:30-19:00 / Hall A

Pallav Purohit
Global emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases until 2050: technical mitigation potentials and cost

AS3.25/BG3.6/CL2.13/GI2.14/OS1.13 
Quantifying greenhouse gas fluxes on local, regional and global scales using atmosphere, ocean and biosphere measurements. Poster Session: 17:30-19:00 / Hall X3


Tuesday, 19 April

Adriana Keating
From event analysis to global lessons: disaster forensics for building resilience

NH9.1: Natural hazard event analyses for risk reduction and adaptation. Oral Presentation 08:30-08:45 / Room N2

Amandine Pastor
Environmental flow deficit at global scale – implication on irrigated agriculture
SSS10.1/HS5.12f: Irrigated agriculture: Natural Resources Management for the sustainability of the terrestrial ecosystem maintaining productivity. Oral Presentation 09:30-09:45 / Room 2.61 

Peter Burek
Looking at the spatial and temporal distribution of global water availability and demand

Session CL0.01/EOS8 - Media Interdisciplinary Approaches in Climatic Change Research and Assessment, Oral Presentation  11:45–12:00 / Room 0.31

Asif Khan
Accuracy assessment of ISI-MIP modelled flows in the Hidukush-Karakoram-Himalayan basins
HS7.2/AS1.10/CL2.20/NH1.20/NP10.4
Precipitation uncertainty and variability: observations, ensemble simulation and downscaling. Poster Session: 17:30-19:00 / Hall A

David Leclere
Towards systematic evaluation of crop model outputs for global land-use models
CL0.01/EOS8: Interdisciplinary Approaches in Climatic Change Research and Assessment. Poster Session: 17:30-19:00 / Hall X3

Michelle van Vliet
Global surface water quality hotspots under climate change and anthropogenic developments

HS5.10: Assessment and interpretation of state and trends in water quality. Poster Session: 17:30–19:00 / Hall A


Wednesday, 20 April

Narasimha Rao 
GDB4: Is global economic growth compatible with a habitable climate?
Great Debate: 08:30-10:00 / Room K1
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Edward Byers
Water use and water availability constraints to decarbonised electricity systems

ERE1.8: Energy and environmental system interactions – Policy and modelling.
Oral Presentation: 16:15-16:30 / Room 2.31

Nikolay Khabarov
Spatial Analysis of Weather-induced Annual and Decadal Average Yield Variability as Modeled by EPIC for Rain-fed Wheat in Europe
CL3.04: Modelling climate impacts: Intercomparison, validation, and improvement of impact models. Poster Session: 17:30-19:00 / Hall A

Asif Khan
Accuracy assessment of ISI-MIP modelled flows in the Hidukush-Karakoram-Himalayan basins

CL3.04 Modelling climate impacts: Intercomparison, validation, and improvement of impact models. Poster Session: 17:30-19:00 / Hall X4

Asif Khan
Hydrological modelling improvements required in basins in the Hindukush-Karakoram-Himalayas region

CL3.04 Modelling climate impacts: Intercomparison, validation, and improvement of impact models. Poster Session: 17:30-19:00 / Hall X4


Thursday, 21 April

Florian Kraxner
Modeling Sustainable Bioenergy Feedstock Production in the Alps

Public Event: SMP28: Biomass for energy, industrial raw materials and GHG mitigation: How to ensure sustainability?  12:15–13:15 / Room 2.96

Linda See
The potential of crowdsourcing and mobile technology to support flood disaster risk reduction

HS3.1: Hydroinformatics: computational intelligence, uncertainty, systems analysis, optimisation, data science, and data-driven modelling of social-hydrologic systems
Oral Session: 14:15-14:30 / Room 2.20

Linda See
LACO-Wiki: A land cover validation tool and a new, innovative teaching resource for remote sensing and the geosciences

EOS14: Learning geosciences in the digital era: Apps, videos and digital mapping.
Poster Session 17:30–19:00 / Hall A

Wei Liu
Citizen Science for Post-disaster Sustainable Community Development in Ecologically Fragile Regions - A Case from China

HS3.1: Hydroinformatics: computational intelligence, uncertainty, systems analysis, optimisation, data science, and data-driven modelling of social-hydrologic systems. Poster Session: 17:30-19:00 / Hall A

Ian McCallum
Digital technologies in support of flood resilience: A case study for Nepal

HS3.1: Hydroinformatics: computational intelligence, uncertainty, systems analysis, optimisation, data science, and data-driven modelling of social-hydrologic systems.
Poster Session 17:30-19:00 / Hall A


Friday, 22 April

Amandine Pastor
The future of irrigated agriculture under environmental flow requirements restrictions
SSS10.1/HS5.12f: Hydrological modelling in the anthropocene PICO Session, 08:30-10:00

Dmitry Schepaschenko
Current state of forest mapping with Landsat data in Siberia

BG4.10: Environmental, Socio-economic and Climatic Changes in Northern Eurasia and their Feedbacks to the Global Earth System. PICO Session, 08:30-10:00

Anatoly Shvidennko
Carbon Budget and its Dynamics over Northern Eurasia Forest Ecosystems

BG4.10: Environmental, Socio-economic and Climatic Changes in Northern Eurasia and their Feedbacks to the Global Earth System. PICO Session, 08:30-10:00 

Ligia Azevedo
Potential substitution of mineral P fertilizer by manure: EPIC development and implementation

SSS12.10: Soil mapping and process modelling for sustainability. Oral Presentation, 16:15-16:30 / Room 2.32

Juan Carlos Laso Bayas
Assessing the quality of crowdsourced in-situ land-use and land cover data from FotoQuest Austria application

ESSI3.8/GI3.9: Citizen-empowered science and crowdsourcing in the geosciences. Uncertainty and user perception. Oral Presentation 16:30-16:45 / Room 2.61

Artem Baklanov
Improved Vote Aggregation Techniques for the Geo-Wiki Cropland Capture Crowdsourcing Game 

ESSI3.8/GI3.9: Citizen-empowered science and crowdsourcing in the geosciences. Uncertainty and user perception. Poster Session: 17:30-19:00 / Hall A

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