AMaMeF stands for Advanced Mathematical Methods in Finance. This is a European research network that was created in 2005 for the development of mathematics for finance. It organizes a general conference every two to three years. The previous three were held in Warsaw 2013, Bled 2010, and Ålesund 2009.
The 7th general conference is supported by Swissquote, the Swiss Finance Institute, the ERC Starting Grant Agreement n.307465-POLYTE, and the CAS Oslo. The event features plenary talks, invited paper sessions, and contributed poster presentations in advanced mathematics for finance. It addresses academics and practitioners alike, and shall foster the interaction among individuals and across institutions.
Date: September 7 to 10, 2015
Pictures and News Report
A summary of the event including many pictures of speakers can be found here.
The deadline for poster submissions has been extended to July 31. Click here for submission details.
Registration is now open and can be accessed here. The deadline for registration is September 1, 2015.
Prices for registration are:
Students: 100 CHF
Non students: 200 CHF
Attendance to the conference dinner at the Olympic Museum is available for 100 CHF.
Daily lunch at the conference venue is available for 100 CHF.
Please note that registration is final and refunds will not be available once payment is complete.
Abstracts and Schedule
The abstracts and full schedule can be found here.
- Beatrice Acciaio (London School of Economics)
- Francesca Biagini (University of Munich)
- Rene Carmona (Princeton University)
- Darrell Duffie (Stanford University)
- Kay Giesecke (Stanford University)
- Jan Kallsen (University of Kiel)
- Constantinos Kardaras (London School of Economics)
- Alex Lipton (Bank of America and Oxford University)
- Chris Rogers (University of Cambridge)
- Alexander Schied (University of Mannheim)
Invited Paper Session Speakers
A list of confirmed speakers for the invited paper sessions can be found here.
- Pauline Barrieu
- Fred Espen Benth
- Damiano Brigo
- Rama Cont
- Damir Filipovic
- Hans Föllmer
- Monique Jeanblanc
- Yuliya Mishura
- Wolfgang Runggaldier
- Walter Schachermayer
- Robert Stelzer
- Giulia Di Nunno
- Ryan Donnelly
- Damir Filipovic
- Yaroslav Melnyk
- Sergio Pulido
- Sophie Cadena