The (one-page, compact) conference program is available here.
Note that, slots for contributed presentations are 20 minutes (including questions), so please plan your slides accordingly. Please do not forget to send us your presentation in the format “LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME.pdf” by Friday, July 5, 2019 to email@example.com. In addition, we also request you to bring your presentation file in USB memory stick with you to the presentation room as a backup in case of emergency.
Registration: Please note that the registrations will already be open on Tuesday, July 9 from 17:00 to 19:00 at the congress venue and during this time, you can enjoy the Sheraton bar with a voucher - as a gift from us! Note that, registrations will also be possible throughout the conference. However, to avoid crowdedness, we strongly recommend you to register on Tuesday, July 9.
The conference starts on Wednesday, July 10 at 08:30. There will be short welcoming talks by
- Mark Klein, Chief Digital Officer ERGO Group
- Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Wolfgang A. Herrmann, President TUM
The abstracts of the keynote lectures are available here.
A list of confirmed contributed speakers is available here.
Some details on the conference social events are summarized here.
On Friday, July 12, from 11:30 to 11:50, the editorial board of IME will give some statistics on the journal. Further, there will be short announcement for IME 2020. On Thursday, July 11, from 9:35 to 9:55, in room f ("Fischer") there will be announcements for other (future) conferences in Actuarial Science.
The International Congress on Insurance: Mathematics and Economics is acknowledged as actuarial education (16 hours) by the German Actuarial Association (DAV), see here. At the conference and especially at the DGVFM workshop (see below), we will provide lists to claim the DAV education points (if you have a DAV membership number, you will have to add this on this list).
The German Society for Actuarial and Financial Mathematics (DGVFM, www.dgvfm.de) coordinates the mathematical research activities in Germany that are related to applications in the insurance business.
It is the academic twin of the German society of actuaries (DAV), participates in the development of educational standards for actuaries, is responsible for research and transfer to the industry, attracts students to the field of actuarial sciences and helps young researchers to build up their academic network.
The section particularly aims at giving young and promising German researchers the opportunity to present their research at an international top conference, but also to let established researchers from academia and industry present actuarial research. It would be nice to highlight a particular German aspect (such as e.g. chance-risk classification of pension products or research related to the German private or public health insurance ) which is interesting for the international community, but this is not a necessary ingredient.
Researchers interested to present in the framework of this workshop should contact Ralf Korn (firstname.lastname@example.org) who coordinates this session. The intended time slot of the session is Thursday, July 11, 14:00-17:20.
Of course, the regular fees and registration procedure for the conference apply to the DGVFM-Session, too.