26 November 2019 - 27 November 2019
Centre Albert Borschette, Brussels, Belgium
The European Commission extensively uses models throughout the policy cycle. They are used to assess the environmental, economic, and social impacts of policies.
This conference brings together researchers and policymakers involved in modelling activities from the European Commission, European and international institutions and agencies, Member States, universities, research institutes, and consultancies.
The aim of the conference is to identify common challenges and solutions in the use of models to support policymaking. Discussion will focus on sharing best practice to identify challenges and the way forward and to maintain high quality standards and ensure continued innovation.
IIASA researchers from several research programs including the Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA), Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases (AIR), and Ecosystems Services and Management (ESM) programs will present their work at the conference. IIASA researcher Tatiana Ermolieva (Ecosystems Services and Management Program) is a member of the conference scientific committee and Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases Program Director Markus Amann will participate in the concluding panel discussion.
16:00-17:30, Room 0.B
Session: Integrated modeling: the case of the Food-water-energy-environmental NEXUS management under uncertainty and risks
11:00-12:30, Room 0.C
Session: Modelling support for EU policy design: the EU’s Long Term Strategy for climate
11:00-12:30, Room 0.C
Session: Scenarios, model linkages and data for policy
Last edited: 28 November 2019
EU Conference on Modelling for Policy support
Experiences, challenges and the way ahead
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