Vienna Interim Meeting 2019

The 2019 Interim Meeting will be held in the Intercity Hotel in Vienna Austria 27-28 April 2019. The organisation will be in the capable hands of our Austrian Member Society OeVSV. Member Socieies can participate by sending a delegation and/or by submitting papers.

Member Societies planning to attend the Interim Meeting are requested to notify the organising society, OeVSV and the Region 1 Secretary not later than 1 March 2019. Please use This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Participants need to book their rooms directly at the hotel, The deadline for hotel reservation is also 1 March 2019. Reservations made after this date are not guaranteed.

Detailed information, including meeting documents can be found at https://vienna.iaru-r1.org

 

Privacy Statement

IARU Privacy Policy
Your privacy is extremely important to IARU and we are fully committed to providing you with clear and transparent information about how we use your personal information. We will ensure robust measures are in place to keep your information secure and will only use it for the purposes outlined in this policy.

About us
IARU is the umbrella organisation of national amateur radio societies. We are a not-for-profit membership organisation and our prime role is to represent the interests of the amateur radio community worldwide to spectrum regulators and standards organisations. Our members are the national amateur radio societies in some 165 countries.
IARU comprises the International Secretariat and Administrative Council, with three Regional Organisations, covering the three ITU Regions of the world. Each Region has a number of national amateur radio societies in its membership who provide funding to IARU by way of a capitation fee.
This privacy policy explains how we use any personal information we collect about you when you use our website(s) or when you interact with us by email, post or other means.

What information do we collect about you and how do we use it?
As a matter of routine, we do not collect information about you as a member of your national amateur radio society. That is a matter for the relevant national society and the information is not shared with IARU. There are however exceptions to this which are explained below.

  • If you make contact with IARU on any matter, we may retain a record of that contact. In most cases this will be your name, amateur radio callsign and email address as well as the content of your mail. This enables us to refer to previous correspondence should you contact us again.
  • Website usage information is collected using cookies,and is used to improve your browsing experience and for statistical analysis of website usage.
  • If you are a volunteer working for IARU, we will hold information on your name, address, email, amateur radio callsign, your national member society, your telephone number(s) and the nature of your volunteer role. If you claim expenses from IARU we will also hold details of your bank account, to allow for electronic payments to you. We may also hold records of communications from, to or relating to you. This information is simply to allow you and IARU to be effective in your conduct of you volunteer role. Information concerning your name, your role in IARU and your contact details (email, address and telephone) may be included in our website where it is needed for the effective work of IARU. This will only be with your consent.
  • If you are an entrant to amateur radio contests organised by or adjudicated by IARU we will collect the log details or other entrant details that you submit to us. In the case of contests, this information will contain details of the radio contacts that you claim to have made (QSOs) including you QTH locator, your callsign, your name and address. This information is sometimes shared with other member societies in IARU and is used for the sole purpose of log cross-checking. The statistical summary of activity in contests is also used from time to time to help prepare IARU reports and proposals on amateur radio. Such reports do not include any personal data. Once the log has been checked and the results published the information in your log is securely destroyed. The data above will only be shared with those having a direct involvement in the adjudication of the relevant contest/competition. A condition of you submitting a log for such contests is that you consent to the use of this information in the way described. For other competitive events (ARDF, HST) organised by or adjudicated by IARU, we will collect data as above together with data on your entry category and achievements in the competition (for example the time to achieve certain objectives in the competition) and also your age and sex when relevant to entrant classification. The data above will only be shared with those having a direct involvement in the adjudication of the relevant contest/competition. A condition of you entering such events is that you consent to the use of this information in the way described.
  • If you apply for an IARU-sponsored award, we will retain details of your award and achievement and may include this in publicity associated with the award.

From time to time we may take photographs of you participating in IARU-organised events. These photographs may be used for our website(s) and in general publicity material.

Access to your information and correction. You have the right to request a copy of the information that we hold about you. If you would like a copy of some or all of your personal information, please contact the data controller named below. We want to make sure that your personal information is accurate and up to date. You may ask us to correct or remove information you think is inaccurate.

Retention of data: We will retain your data only for as long as it is required for the stated purpose, after which it will be securely destroyed. Should you wish us to remove and destroy any data that we hold on you, you may make this request to the person named below.

Cookies: Cookies are text files placed on your computer to collect standard internet log information and visitor behaviour information. This information is used to track visitor use of the website and to compile statistical reports on website activity. For further information visit www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org. You can set your browser not to accept cookies and the above websites tell you how to remove cookies from your browser. However, in a few cases some of our website features may not function as a result.

Other websites: Our website contains links to other websites. This privacy policy only applies to this website so when you link to other websites you should read their own privacy policies.

Changes to our privacy policy: We keep our privacy policy under regular review and we will place any updates on this web page. This privacy policy was last updated on 24 May 2018.

How to contact us: Please contact us by email if you have any questions about our privacy policy or information we hold about you. Email the IARU Region 1 Data Controller at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. As of the date of the last update the Data Controller was IARU Region 1 Secretary Hans Blondeel Timmerman, PB2T.

EC Meeting 2018

EC2018

Mats SM6EAN – Jacques ON4AVJ – Ole LA2RR – Hans PB2T – Joerg DH3JW – Tore LA9QL – Dave EI3IO – Don G3BJ – Alex IV3KKW – Séamus EI8BP – Lisa PA2LS – Andreas HB9JOE – Oliver Z32TO – Sylvain F4GKR – Reinaldo YV5AM

The 2018 EC Meeting was held 16-18 February 2018 at the DARC Headquarters in Baunatal Germany. The minutes can be downloaded here https://www.iaru-r1.org/index.php/documents/func-startdown/999/

IARU Region 1 Executive Committee History

                                    

From-To Chairman  VC Secretary Treasurer  Members
1953-1956 SM5ZD PA0DD G2MI   G2IG G6CL HB9GA    
1956-1958 HB9GA SM2ZD G2MI F9DW I1XX DL1KV YU1AA    
1958-1960 HB9GA SM5ZD G6CL F9DW DL1KV YU1AA      
1960-1963 HB9GA SM5ZD G6CL F9DW DL1XJ YU1AA      
1963-1966 HB9GA SM5ZD G6CL F9DW DL1XJ YU1AA      
1966-1969 SM5ZD G2BVN G6CL PA0DD DL3NE YU1AA      
1969-1972 SM5ZD F3FA G2BVN PA0DD DL3NE YU3AA      
1972-1975 PA0DD ✝ F3FA G2BVN OH5NW YU3AA SP5FM EL2BA   (SM5ZD)
1975-1978 PA0LOU SP5FM G2BVN SM6CPI DJ3KR EL2BA YU3AA    
1978-1981 PA0LOU SP5FM G2BVN SM6CPI DJ3KR EL2BA YU3AA    
1981-1984 PA0LOU SP5FM G2BVN ✝ LA4ND DJ3KR EL2BA YU7NQM    
1984-1987 PA0LOU SP5FM G3FKM LA4ND YU7NQM I1RYS EL2BA    
1987-1990 PA0LOU SP5FM G3FKM I1RYS LA5QK 7X4MD YT7MM    
1990-1993 PA0LOU SP5FM G3FKM I1RYS YT7MM 7X4MD LA5QK    
1993-1996 PA0LOU SP5FM G3FKM I1RYS OH2BU ZS6AKV 6W1KI A41JT F5JFT
1996-1999 PA0LOU SP5FM G3FKM I1RYS A41JT DF5UG 6W1KI F5JFT ZS5AKV
1999-2002 PA0LOU 6W1KI G3GVV F6DRV A41JT LA2RR SP5FM ZS5AKV DK9HU
2002-2005 LA2RR 6W1KI G3BJ HB9JOE DF5UG LZ1US A41JT PA7BT/PB2T  5Z4MR
2005-2008 LA2RR 6W1KI G3BJ HB9JOE PB2T LZ1US DF5UG 9A5W 5Z4MR
From-To President VP Secretary Treasurer  Members
2008-2011 PB2T 6W1KI ZS4BS HB9JOE OD5TE F6IOC 9A5W LZ1US G3PSM
2011-2014 PB2T OD5TE ZS4BS HB9JOE G3PSM DL9KCE 9A5W LZ1US SM6CNN
2014-2017 G3BJ 9K2RR ZS4BS HB9FPM DL9KCE EI3IO OZ7IS Z32TO 4O3A

✝ PA0DD passed away 18 September 1972 during his term as Chairman. The EC was then reinforced by the previous Chairman SM5ZD.
✝ G2BVN passed away 30 September 1980 during his term as Secretary. G5CO was appointed Secretary at the EC meeting 23-25 October 1981.