Conferences & Workshops
European Meeting of the International Microsimulation Association 22-23 September 2016, Budapest, Hungary
European Meeting of the International Microsimulation Association
22-23 September 2016, Budapest, Hungary
The Central Administration of National Pension Insurance of Hungary and the International Microsimulation Association are pleased to launch a call for papers for the upcoming European Meeting of the International Microsimulation Association.
The conference is open to all areas of microsimulation including static, dynamic, behavioural, spatial models, methodology, health and any other subjects under microsimulation.
This year’s European regional conference will be held at the Pension Insurance Center in Budapest. More details on the conference venue, travel directions and schedule will be announced soon on the conference website http://conference.onyf.hu.
Participants are invited to register and submit abstracts of up to 250 words via email email@example.com or via the online registration by 30 June, 2016. Submitted papers will undergo a peer review process, coordinated by the Conference Scientific Committee.
Successful applicants will be notified of acceptance by 31 July, 2016.
Deadline for Final Papers: 31 August 2016
Conference Scientific Committee:
Dr. Gijs Dekkers, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium, president of IMA
Dr. Simone Tedeschi Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Prof. Dr. Eveline van Leeuwen Free University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Dr. Philippe Liegeois LISER, Luxemburg
Prof. Dr. Cathal ODonoghue TEAGASC, Ireland
Prof. Dr. József Mészáros ONYF, Hungary
Dr. Peter Philip Stephensen DREAM, Denmark
Prof.dr. Antoine Bozio IIPP/Paris School of Economics
Dr. Róbert I. Gál Demographic Research Institute, Hungary
Ádám Rézmovits ONYF, Hungary
Participants are subject to pay conference registration fee which includes lunches and a conference dinner on the 22nd of September 2016.
Registration fee: until 31 May 2016 €150 / from 31 May 2016 €200
Participants are invited to arrange their travel and accommodation individually. A list of recommended hotels, travel information and other details will be provided shortly on the conference website http://conference.onyf.hu. Please check the site before your arrival as the information will be constantly updated.
The local organisation commitee consists of Krisztina Fister, Ádám Rézmovits, Krisztián Tóth, and Sarolta Fogarasi.
We sincerely hope to welcome you all to Budapest on the occasion of the IMA European Meeting.