Activities of the Austrian team:
We have sent an article about the IUPAP conference to all Austrian student unions. They published it in their journals; most of them can be looked up at the corresponding webpages.
We have published a detailed article about the Austrian situation of women in physics and the IUPAP conference (including the resolutions) to the newsletter of the Austrian Physical Society. Also the front page and the backside were dedicated to our topic.
We informed the participants of the annual meeting of the Austrian Physical Society about the IUPAP conference and all our activities. We also had a discussion meeting of the working group Women in Physics there and could recruit new members.
We suggested females speakers for the annual meeting of the Physical Society. So there were two planery talks given by female speakers at the last meeting. For the next annual meeting the same was promised to us by the organizers.
One of us gave an interview to a decent Austrian newspaper.
There was an interview / article published in the journal of the University of Graz.
We updated our homepage: http://physik.uni-graz.at/~cad/frauen. An English version is unfortunately not yet available, though planned.
One of us organized a meeting within a European research project. The number of female speakers was 41%!
One of us informed all institutes members about activities of women at the university and also about the IUPAP conference.
A project team of the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University Graz plans to prepare folders and a movie about the institute's activities and the studies there. Special care will be taken of the females students and alumni.
We are currently updating the statistics about women in physics at Austrian universities.
The Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University Graz participates in the programme FIT (Frauen in Naturwissenschaft und Technik, Women in Science and Technology). Female pupils are provided by information about the corresponding studies and are invited to visit the institutes.
We try to suggest women wherever we can.
Team Leader of Austrian Women in Physics