Welcome to the joint conferences Computational Management Science
and the 20th joint Czech-German-Slovak conference on
Mathematical Methods in Industry and Economics
Both conferences are held combined in 2019 at Chemnitz, University of Technology.
The focus is on computational management science with emphasis on risk management, valuation problems and measurement applications.
This includes optimal risk control problems, stochastic optimization, robust
and distributionally robust optimization methods
as in the tradition of CMS conferences.
Increasingly over the years the conference attracted scholars from different scientific communities and Euro working groups,
ranging from the optimization to the statistical, econometrical and applied maths communities and touching several application domains,
including finance, energy, supply chain management
and logistic problems
Information for participants,
Book of abstracts
||March 27 - 29, 2019
- Wednesday: presentations, concert
- Thursday: presentations, conference dinner
- Friday: presentations
||The conferences are devoted to all aspects of mathematics in industry and econonmics.
The conference takes place at Chemnitz, Reichenhainer Straße 70, Germany
Host institution: Faculty of Mathematics, Chemnitz, University of Technology
Michel De Lara, École des Ponts ParisTech|
Tomas Kroupa, Czech Technical University in Prague
Georg Ch. Pflug University of Vienna
David Wozabal, University of Munich
Huifu Xu, Southampton
- February 10th, 2019: submission of abstracts and registration of talks (closed)
- February 28th, 2019: registration for conference
|| Talks: 25 minutes (plus discussion, 5 minutes)|
|| The best student paper related to a presentation will be awarded|
|Registration and payment*
|Academics** incl. session organizers and speakers
|| 350 EUR
|Graduates/ PhD Students/ post-doc under 30 year-old**
|Accompanying person (dinner and social program)
* Participants will receive an invoice after registration.
** Conference dinner not included.
*** A cancellation without any fees is possible, if abstract is not accepted.
A. Pichler (chair),