Rostock 2017  •  19. - 22. sep.
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The current version of our conference guide can be found here. Please note that small corrections are still to be considered. However, we assume the time slots are not affecte.  
Main topics:
                   DStatG:             DGD: 
  • Spatial Mobility
  • Econometric Duration Analysis
  • Machine Learning and Statistics
  • Aging-Workforce-Health
Gumbel-Vorlesung: Carsten Jentsch

Heinz-Grohmann Vorlesung: Notburga Ott

Minisymposium: Nestor Parolya: "Portfolio-Analysis under Parameter Uncertainty"

Sections (DStatG):
  • Labour Market and Social Security (Holger Meinken)
  • Education and Training (Ulrike Rockmann) 
  • Computational Statistics and Data Analysis (Roland Fried)
  • Empirical Economics and Applied Economics (Ralf Brüggemann) 
  • Survey Statistics (Peter Schmidt)
  • Nonparametric and Robust Statistics (Christine Müller)
  • Random Matrix Theory with Applications in Statistics (Taras Bodnar)
  • Regional Statistics (Lothar Eichhorn)
  • Statistical Literacy (Walter Krämer)
  • Statistics in Finance (Yarema Okhrin)
  • Statistics in Natural Science and Technology (Ansgar Steland)
  • Statistical Theory and Methodology (Harry Haupt)
  • Buisness and Market Statistics (Andreas Kladroba)
  • National Accounts, Measurement on Welfare (Albert Braakmann)
Sessions (DGD):  
  • Further Development of Demographic Methods and Models (Dr. Felix Nieden)
  • Mortality and Morbidity (Enno Nowossadeck)
  • Demographic and societal trends (Dr. Philipp Deschermeier)
  • Demographic behaviour and integration in the life course of migrants and their succeeding generations (Prof. Dr. Nadja Milewski)
  • Fertility and social structure (Prof. Dr. Norbert Schneider)
  • Regional aspects of the aging process (Dr. Steffen Maretzke)
The German Statistical Week is organised by the Union of the German Municipal Statisticians (Verband Deutscher Städtestatistiker (VDSt)), the German Association for Demography (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Demographie) and the German Statistical Society.

Participants intending to give a talk or to present a poster are invited to submit an abstract electronically via the conference submission system. The submitted abstracts will undergo a reviewing process.

The German Statistical Society supplies a limited amount of grants covering travelling allowances for members younger than 35. Details can be found on the Society‘s homepage.    Further information about the supporting programme can be found here.