POP scientists are key speakers at this international conference at the Vienna Institute of Demography (VID) More
World Population Program Leader Wolfgang Lutz is on the panel list of this Regional Consultation More
Erich Striessnig will speak at the Austrian Academy of Sciences about education as disaster management More
POP researchers are presenting new IIASA population projections More
Invited by the National Academy of Sciences, Wolfgang Lutz is one of the key speakers at this public workshop More
IIASA World Population program's Vegard Skirbekk, Samir K.C., Marcin Stonawski, and Markus Speringer participate in the ... More
World Population representation at the IUSSP Population Conference More
On 6 August, the World Population Program will hold two Guest Seminars on Household and Living Arrangement Projections a... More
Following last year's success, the World Population Program and the Wittgenstein Centre are participating in the interac... More
World Population contribution to the HDR will be presented by Wolfgang Lutz More
IIASA is co-organizing a Thematic Meeting on “Population Dynamics and Sustainable Development” More
Wolfgang Lutz will discuss global patterns of fertility and its future outlook based on POP research More
Wolfgang Lutz will talk about the desirable level of fertility in Singapore More
On 22 January, IIASA World Population Program Leader Wolfgang Lutz will speak at the 10th Vienna Congress. More
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