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Past Events

2019

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Dec09

The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) is proud to offer this 3.5 day workshop for early career researchers at the University of New South Wales, Sydney.

 

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Dec06

This workshop brings together leading scholars, policymakers and data experts to explore how routinely collected data can be used to address policy-relevant questions particularly related to population ageing research.

Dec03

The Colloquium is a unique annual event, bringing together academics, government and industry to discuss the latest research on pensions, superannuation and retirement. This year's theme is 'New Developments in Pensions and Retirement'.

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Nov27

This workshop, hosted by CEPAR, covered the latest developments in Longevity risk for early career researchers and practitioners. It also covered fraility models and mortality heterogeneity, data analytics techniques applied to mortality, continuous time mortality models designed for practical application, developments in variable annuities and computational techniques as well as hedging longevity risk with value-based longevity indices.

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Nov25

The Pensions, Retirement and Ageing Seminar Series is jointly hosted by CEPAR and the School of Risk & Actuarial Studies at UNSW Sydney.

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Nov18

The Housing and Ageing Policy Dialogue will bring together leading Australian and international experts, policymakers, researchers and commentators to consider current and future challenges for this important policy area.

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Nov09

The Ageing Futures Institute, UNSW and The Big Anxiety present a half-day program of thought-provoking and iconoclastic events representing different views on ageing and what it is to ‘be old’, while challenging the stigma of ageing.

Nov04

In 2019, the 18th National Conference of ERA will take place in Sydney on 4 and 5 November, hosted by CEPAR at UNSW Sydney. ERA 2019 offers a unique opportunity for higher degree research students to come together to share their research.

Oct14

The IRNDP is a multinational network bringing together researchers who are working to reduce the risk of dementia across the world.