Diplomacy

The development of diplomatic relations with leaders of science and government played an important part in the life of IIASA in 2013.

Diplomatic relations with Italy, Mexico, and Vietnam were strengthened in 2013 with a view to further collaboration with IIASA in the future.

Director General, Professor Dr. Pavel Kabat met with leaders of National Member Organizations (NMOs) of China and Ukraine. He also received a delegation of leaders from the Russian oil and gas industry.

European-wide contacts were high on the agenda. The Chief Scientific Adviser to the President of the European Commission met IIASA scientific staff, while a delegation of European Heads of Mission visited IIASA to talk about European and international policies.

Discussions on collaboration between IIASA and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) were also initiated in 2013.

EU Member Countries’ Ambassadors visit IIASA

European Union Heads of Mission accredited to the United Nations and Ambassador Mara Marinaki, Managing Director, Global and Multilateral Issues Department, European External Action Service, visited IIASA today to discuss European and international policies and to learn about IIASA’s policy-relevant research in climate, energy, food, water, and the environment. More

IIASA discusses collaboration with OPEC

On 13 February, IIASA Director and CEO Professor Dr. Pavel Kabat and his special advisor Mr Chin-Min Lee met with Abdalla S. El-Badri, Secretary General of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), at OPEC’s headquarters in Vienna. More

IIASA consultations with US Governmental Agencies 

On 19 – 21 February, IIASA Director and CEO, Professor Dr. Pavel Kabat travelled to Washington DC, to hold discussions with US and international stakeholders and highlight IIASA's new flagship project on World Water Futures. More

China broadens collaboration with IIASA 

On 8 April, IIASA Director and CEO, Professor Dr Pavel Kabat, and his special advisor Mr Chin Min Lee travelled to China to have high level meetings to discuss future collaborations with IIASA. More

Mexican IIASA membership negotiations advance

On 10-12 April, IIASA Director and CEO, Professor Dr. Pavel Kabat, Deputy Director Nebojsa Nakicenovic and special advisor Mr. Chin Min Lee visited Mexico to discuss potential collaboration opportunities including membership opportunities and re-launching of a postdoctoral fellowship. More

European Commission science adviser visits IIASA

On 15 January, Anne Glover, Chief Scientific Adviser to the President of the European Commission visited IIASA to meet with scientific staff and invite their input into policy decisions. More

Ukraine visit highlights systems science

A recent visit to Kiev, Ukraine by IIASA Director/CEO Professor Dr. Pavel Kabat highlighted the importance of systems science for policymakers. More

Russian Petroleum leaders visit IIASA

On 9 July, a delegation of leaders from the Russian oil and gas industry visited IIASA to learn about the Institute’s research and discuss potential cooperation. More

New Ideas for a Fair globalization

High level speakers discussed the role of politics in globalization at the European Forum Alpbach, and added their support to a new global think tank launched by the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and the European Forum Alpbach. More

IIASA intensifies collaboration with Russian Federation 

The newly elected President of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Academician Vladimir Fortov, and an Advisor to the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, Academician Sergey Glaziev, met with IIASA Director and Chief Executive Officer Professor Dr. Pavel Kabat in Moscow to discuss enhanced collaborations with IIASA. More



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Last edited: 10 April 2014

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Pavel Kabat

IIASA Director General and Chief Executive Officer

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