A tour in your new Website

3 February 2006

We are pleased to welcome our members to the new IAU website and invite them to take a tour of this new tool.  Information contained has been ordered in a comprehensive way, in order to allow you to discover the wide range of activities of our Union.

This new website will allow smooth communication with National Members, Division and Commission Presidents, and Individual Members, with the introduction of appropriate restricted areas accessible with logins composed of a username and a password which have been e-mailed.  However, it might be that the e-mail address which has been used is not valid, or that we have no e-mail address at all.  In case you did not receive your login, please contact the IAU by clicking the tab “Contact us” of the horizontal menu and ask for your login.

IAU Individual Members who visit the website are invited to immediately log in:  not only will they find general information displayed in the “restricted Area” clicking the tab on the vertical menu, in particular a complete list of “Important dates and deadlines”, but they also will be offered the possibility to check and, eventually, to amend their personal data on-line.

We shall be grateful receiving any comments or remarks which may help improving the website.

The website is optimized for Microsoft Internet Explorer, but it shall also work properly for the latest versions of most commonly used browsers (latest browser versions are especially needed to use the dynamic forms).


Oddbjørn Engvold, General Secretary.

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