Event: Conference on Mathematical Finance and Partial Differential Equations at
Date: Friday, November 2, 2012
10 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ
The International Association of Financial Engineers is pleased to endorse
We are pleased to announce a conference surveying the latest developments in mathematical finance, computational finance, and partial differential equations, and partially sponsored by the Mathematical Finance Master's Program at Rutgers University, New Brunswick.
Robert Almgren, Quantitative Brokers and New York University
Xin Guo, University of California
David Hobson, Warwick University
Martin Keller-Ressel, Technische Universitat Berlin
Sergei Levendorsku, University of Leicester
Victor Nistor, Pennsylvania State University
Rafe Mazzeo, Stanford University
Camelia Pop, Rutgers University & University of Pennsylvania
Philip Protter, Columbia University
Gordan Zitkovic, University of Texas at Austin
A continental breakfast (8:00-8:50am) and buffet lunch (12:40-1:50pm) will be provided and all attendees are invited to a cocktail reception at the end of the day.
Up to twenty 15-minute contributed presentations may be accommodated within the schedule and are encouraged from junior academic investigators (Ph.D students, postdoctoral researchers, tenure-track faculty), and industry researchers, and especially encourage presentations by women and members of traditionally under-represented groups.
The conference organizers and the institutions that help support the conference desire that it have as a wide a reach and as significant an impact as possible. To this end, we strongly encourage all speakers not only to allow their presentations to be posted on the conference website, but also to consider contributing a paper based on their talk to a conference proceedings volume. The organizers are in discussion with a publisher regarding a proceedings volume.
Travel and Registration Support
Our conference is made possible thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation. Partial funding will be available to enable students, postdoctoral researchers, and junior faculty members to participate and NSF especially encourages participation by women and members of traditionally under-represented groups. If you wish to apply for funding, please email your request to the conference administrator (email@example.com) and include the following information:
Last name, first name
Career stage (M.S. or Ph.D. student, postdoc, tenure-track faculty, etc)
Advisor name (if Ph.D. student)
Contributed presentation title and abstract (optional)
Demographic information (optional)
Information and Registration
We especially encourage participation by students, postdoctoral and junior faculty researchers, industry researchers, women, and members of traditionally under-represented groups. Registration discounts are available for students and academic researchers. For more information, please visit: http://www.finmath.rutgers.edu/mfpde2012
For questions or inquiries, please e-mail our conference administrator
Voluntary registration information: When registering for our conference, we ask that participants please provide the following optional demographic information, as this will help us report statistical information to the National Science Foundation, which provides funding for our conference: (a) career stage (for example, undergraduate, M.S., or Ph.D. student; postdoctoral researcher; faculty member and rank), (b) gender, and (c) membership in under-represented groups. All information provided will be kept confidential