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IUFRO
International Union of
Forest Research Organizations
The Global Network for Forest Science
www.iufro.org
International Union of Forest Research Organizations
Union Internationale des Instituts de Recherches Forestières
Internationaler Verband Forstlicher Forschungsanstalten
Unión Internacional de Organizaciones de Investigación Forestal
 What is IUFRO?
 How does IUFRO work?
 Why become a member?
 How to get involved?
www.iufro.org
WHAT IS IUFRO ?
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IUFRO is a non-profit, non-governmental scientific
organization. It is "the" global network for forest
science cooperation:
~ 15,000+ scientists
~ 600+ Member Organizations
~ 100+ countries
~ 600+ voluntary officeholders
~ 250 research units
~ 70+ meetings/year on average
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Founded in 1892, with Headquarters in Vienna,
Austria.
Member of the International Council for Science
(ICSU).
IUFRO’s Mission
IUFRO advances
research excellence and
knowledge sharing, and
fosters development of
science-based solutions
to forest-related challenges
for the benefit of forests and
people worldwide.
HOW DOES IUFRO WORK?
 IUFRO provides a global structure for science
cooperation related to forests and trees.
 Within this structure, member scientists from all
around the world collaborate on a voluntary
basis.
 The structure allows IUFRO to address
research needs and priorities of its members,
policy-makers, practitioners and stakeholders.
IUFRO STRUCTURE - OVERVIEW
International Council
All countries with IUFRO members are represented.
Board
Executive organ of IUFRO
Headquarters
Vienna, Austria
Divisions
Research Groups
Working Parties
Task Forces
Special Projects,
Programmes,
Initiatives
Divisions
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Nine permanent Divisions
cover key forest research fields.
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Within the Divisions Research
Groups and Working Parties
address specific research topics.
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
Silviculture
Physiology and Genetics
Forest Operations Engineering and Management
Forest Assessment, Modelling and Management
Forest Products
Social Aspects of Forests and Forestry
Forest Health
Forest Environment
Forest Policy and Economics
Task Forces
Task Forces are established on a temporary
basis for inter-disciplinary cooperation in
inter-divisional forest research fields.
The work and scientific achievements of the Task
Forces between 2010 and 2014 were published
in the IUFRO Research Letters.
In 2015 ten new Task Forces were established.
IUFRO and Students
Longstanding collaboration with IFSA
IUFRO and the International Forestry Students’
Association (IFSA) have been gradually
intensifying their collaboration since 2002.
Since 2005 IFSA students have been
volunteering at major IUFRO events.
Student internships
IFSA students from all over the world have regularly spent
some months as interns at IUFRO HQ.
IUFRO/IFSA Joint Position
A new position hosted by IUFRO Headquarters in Vienna was
created in 2013.
“By sharing our networking experiences and integrating
the students' views, we can learn a lot from each other.“
WHY BECOME A MEMBER OF IUFRO?
 IUFRO is open to organizations and individuals
involved in forest research and forest-related
sciences worldwide.
 IUFRO unites more than 600 Member
Organizations and hundreds of Associate
Members in over 100 countries.
 IUFRO Members are:
Research institutions and organizations
Universities
Individual scientists
Decision-making authorities
Stakeholders with an interest in forests and trees
BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP
Unique networking possibilities worldwide
International, national, and local representation
Opportunity to take a leading role within IUFRO
Support for developing countries
Eligibility for IUFRO awards
IUFRO publications
Eligibility to place news items in IUFRO media
Unrestricted access to the IUFRO webpages
Find out more: www.iufro.org/membership/
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
 Visit the IUFRO website and DISCOVER IUFRO
 Look for IUFRO units under SCIENCE IN IUFRO
 Find out WHO IS WHO and
contact IUFRO officeholders
 Participate in IUFRO co-sponsored EVENTS
 Read & contribute to IUFRO PUBLICATIONS
 Communicate & publish news in IUFRO MEDIA
 Become a member – become an officeholder!
Get in touch with IUFRO Headquarters:
IUFRO Headquarters
Marxergasse 2
1030 Vienna
Austria
Tel: +43-1-877-0151-0
[email protected]
Mark your calendars:
XXV IUFRO World Congress
Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil
29 Sep – 5 Oct 2019
IUFRO 2.09.00 (Research group)
Seed Orchards 2007
2007. 9. 26-28
Umea, Sweden
 Organizer : Swedish University of Agricultural Science (SLU)
 To celebrate Prof. Dag Lindgren retirement
Seed Orchards 2009
2009. 9. 8-11
Jeju, South Korea
 Organizer : KFRI (renamed as NIFoS)
 Conference day : 090909
Seed Orchards 2012
2012. 5. 21-25
Antalya, Turkey
 Organizer : Suleyman Demirel University
 Miscellany : Discus about writing a book ‘Seed Orchards’
Seed Orchards 2015
2015. 8. 17-21
Fredericton, Canada
 Joint meeting with Can. Tree Imp. Assoc., 2.04.01 & 2.09.01)
 More focused on gene conservation and seed science
Seed Orchards 2017
2017. 9. 4-6
Bålsta, Sweden
 Organizer : Forestry Research Institute of Sweden (Skogforsk)
 Miscellany : Discus about writing a book ‘Seed Orchards’
Seed Orchards 2019
2019. 10. 14-16
Nanjing, China
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Organizer
: Nanjing
Forestry University
Next Seed
Orchards
conference
 Date : 2021 or 2022 ?
 Venue : any volunteers ?  Contact Tomas or
propose your intention on Wednesday afternoon
New Coordinator and Deputies
IUFRO 2.09.01. Seed Orchards
Coordinator
Dr. Tomas Funda (Czech Rep.)
Post-doc
Swedish Uiv of Agr & Life Sci
Deputy coordinators
Dr. In-Sik Kim (South Korea)
Dr. Georgeta Mihai (Romania)
Thank you for your attention !
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