The Committee on Living to 100 Research Symposium requests professionals, knowledgeable in the important area of longevity and its consequences, to prepare a high quality paper for the 2020 Living to 100 Symposium to take place on January 13-15, 2020 in Orlando, FL. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Understanding the issues of morality, longevity, morbidity, and the quality of life;
- Models, techniques, and data sources for morality, morbidity, quality of life measurement and projection;
- Implications for society, institutions and individuals, as well as changes needed to support a growing aging population;
- Management of longevity risk by society, institutions and individuals; and
- Applications of existing or new longevity techniques, theories or methods for actuarial practice.
Please submit an abstract or outline of your proposed paper by August 30, 2018. Abstracts should include a brief description of the topic, data sources and methods to be used, key items to be covered, and how your paper will contribute to current knowledge, theory and/or methodology. A brief curriculum vitae or resume is also required.
Submit the information by email to Jan Schuh, Senior Research Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions may be directed to Ronora Stryker, ASA, MAAA, SOA Research Actuary, at email@example.com. Learn more about the call for papers, including the complete topic list, by going to livingto100.soa.org.