ASA Scientific Updates & Annual Reports

Annual Reports present the highlights of ASA research and other activities. From 2016 on the Annual Report incorporates the former Scientific Update, enabling to showcase more ASA research to a wider audience. 

Annual Reports

2017

2016

Featured Scientific Achievements

Scientific updates

2015

Advanced Systems Analysis

The Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA) Program aims to produce, practice, and prototype novel system-analytical approaches, methods, and tools which can provide more efficient solutions or solve problems that cannot be addressed by existing tools. More

Scientific achievements

The Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA) Program drives innovation in methodological fields related to optimization, network dynamics, and resilience and system transitions, also developing exploratory case studies to investigate coupled human-environment systems undergoing global transformations. A total of 89 publications were produced in 2015. More

Policy relevance

Although the main focus of the Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA) Program is methodological innovations, the program and its individual researchers also generate significant policy impact. More

2014

Advanced Systems Analysis

The mission of the Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA) Program is to bridge systems-analytical methods and applications in the areas of global change science. More

Scientific achievements

The Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA) Program’s primary mission of bridging systems-analytical methods and applications puts it at the forefront of advances in systems analysis and related experimental research. More

Policy relevance

Although the main efforts of the Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA) Program focus on methodological developments, the program generates policy impact at both the program and individual researcher levels. More

2013

Policy relevance in 2013

Although the Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA) Program's mainstream efforts concentrate on methodological developments, the program is generating policy impact at the level of activities of the  individual researchers and program level. More

Scientific achievements in 2013

The Advanced System Analysis (ASA) Program’s primary mission of developing novel methods and systems-analytic techniques puts it at the core of cross-cutting research, with researchers contributing  to all three IIASA main research areas as well as to research on the drivers of global transformation. More

Advanced Systems Analysis

The Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA) Program’s aim is to tie together systems methods and applied research on global change in order to provide a sound basis for cutting-edge systems analysis. More



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Elena Rovenskaya

Program Director

Advanced Systems Analysis

Acting Program Director

Evolution and Ecology

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