23rd International Congress on Insurance: Mathematics and Economics (IME 2019)
The Chair of Mathematical Finance at Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the ERGO Center of Excellence are happy to announce that the 23rd International Congress on Insurance: Mathematics and Economics (IME 2019) will be held from July 10 until July 12, 2019 in the Sheraton Munich Arabellapark Hotel.
For details on the registration, please follow this link: IME Registration
2nd call for abstracts
We are pleased to invite you to submit an abstract for the 2nd round of submissions for a presentation at the 23rd International Congress on Insurance: Mathematics and Economics (IME 2019). The abstract submission deadline is April 1, 2019 at 23:59 p.m. Central European Time (CET). Notifications of acceptance into the conference program will be communicated a few days after this deadline.
Please note that the late registration ends on April 30, 2019.
Format of the submission:
- Pdf and TeX files are requested for the submission of the abstracts and the required Latex template is available here: Download abstract template LaTex / PDF
- Please emphasize the presenting author in the compiled .pdf file underlining the presenter’s name. We kindly request authors not to include more than five references.
- The submitted abstracts should be sent to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org with file name “Surname_Name.pdf” and “Surname_Name.tex” of the presenter.
If accepted into the conference program, all presenters must register and pay to attend the conference.
- 2nd round of submission: April 1, 2019 (Acceptance notifications few days after April 1, 2019).
- Late registration: April 30, 2019
Key Note Speakers - Academics
- Kjersti Aas (Norwegian Computing Center) Abstract
- Hansjörg Albrecher (Université de Lausanne) Abstract
- Claudia Czado (Technical University of Munich) Abstract
- Paul Embrechts (ETH Zürich) Abstract
- Christian Gollier (Toulouse School of Economics) Abstract
- Moshe A. Milevsky (York University Toronto) Abstract
- William T. Ziemba (University of British Columbia and London School of Economics) Abstract