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Organizing   Committee

Dr. Magafas L.  

Prof. Kavala  Institute of Technology (Chairman)

Dr. Antoniades P 

Assistant Prof.  Kavala Institute of Technology

Dr.Bandekas D.

Prof. Kavala  Institute of Technology

Dr. Christoforidis A.

Prof.  Kavala Institute of Technology

Dr.Emmanoloudis D

Prof. Kavala Institute of Technology

Dr.Florou G

Associate Prof. Kavala Institute of Technology

Dr.Ioannou A.

Associate Prof. Kavala Institute of Technology

Dr. Maditinos D.

Assistant Prof. Kavala Institute of Technology

Dr.Papadakis S.  

Associate Prof. Kavala Institute of Technology

Dr.Stavrinides S

Adjunct Lecturer Aristoteles

Dr.Τerzidis Κ.   

Prof. Kavala   Institute of Technology

Dr.Τheriou Ν

Prof. Kavala  Institute of Technology

 


Conference topics include
:

·  Chaos and Order In Economy

·  Non-linear Dynamics and Econometrics

·  Neural Networks and Economy

·  Thermodymanic Approach
of Economy


·  Markets as Complex Adaptive Systems - Evolutionary Economics

·  Physics of Risk


·  Statistical and probabilistic methods in Economics and Finance


·   Evolutionary economics


·  Econophysics of Stock and other Markets


·   Complex socio-economic networks

·  Nonadditive entropy and nonextensive statistical mechanics in socio-economics


·  Agent-based models: Theory and Simulations

 

 

 

 

Welcome to ICE 2011

The International Conference on Econophysics (ICE) 2011 will take place on the 2nd and 3rd of June, 2011 in Kavala, Greece. The ICE 2011 aspires to be an interdisciplinary gathering of academics and professionals from all over the world to exchange ideas and empirical evidence based on their work.
Selected papers will be published in the Journal of Engineering Science and Technology Review (JESTR) (http://www.jestr.org).

kavala
The main goal of the ICE 2011 is to provide an opportunity for academics and professionals from a variety of fields to meet and exchange ideas and expertise. An additional goal of the ICE is to provide a place for academics and professionals with inter-disciplinary to Econophysics  interact with members within and outside their own particular disciplines. Selected papers will be published in the following international journal  JESTR (http://www.jestr.org) participating in the Conference according to the publishing requirements of the journal.


Scientific Committee

Dr.Anagnostopoulos A

Prof. Aristotelian
University of Thessaloniki

Dr.Argyrakis P

Prof. Aristotelian
University of Thessaloniki

Dr.Gazis E

Prof. National Technical
University of Athens

Dr.Hanias M

Research Associate  National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Dr.Magafas L

Prof. Kavala Institute of Technology

Dr.Mantegna  R

Prof. University
of Palermo

Dr.Nandy D

Assist. Prof. University
of North Bengal

Dr.Ozun A

Assoc. Prof. Koc University

Dr. Thalassinos E

Prof. University of Piraeus

The Kavala Institute of Technology  is pleased to announce that the International Conference on Econophysics (ICE) will be held from  2nd to 3rd, June, 2011 at the Lucy Hotel, Kavala.

Conference Timetable

2/6/2011

 

Registration

 

10:30 – 11:00

 

Opening Addresses 

 

11:00-11:30

1

P.Argyrakis  
(Invited Speaker)

" Spreading Of World Crises"

11:30-12:20

 

Coffee Break

 

12:20-12:40

2

D.Kenett
(Invited Speaker)

“Uniformity and Multiformity in the stressed global market”

12:40-13:30

3

E. Thalassinos,  E. Politis 

“The Evaluation of  USD and the Oil prices-A VAR Analysis”

13:30- 13:50

4

L. Magafas, A. Ozun, M.Turk

“Regime Transitions in Emerging Markets under the Weak Dollar Period:
An Empirical Analysis with Two-State Time-Varying Regime Switching Model”

13:50-14:10

5

D. Tsiotas, S. Polyzos

“Introducing an Inequalities Index from the Simple Perceptron Pattern in ANN: an
unemployment inequalities application in Regional Economics”

14:10-14:30

 

Lunch Time

 

 

6

C. K. Volos,
I.M. Kyprianidis, S.G.Stavrinides, I.N.Stouboulos,
L.Magafas, and A.N.Anagnostopoulos

“Nonlinear Financial Dynamics from an Engineer’s Point of View”

17:00 – 17:20

7

Carmen Pellicer-Lostao, Ricardo López-Ruiz

“Application of Chaotic Number Generators in Econophysics”

17:20-17:40

8

El.Zafeiriou Th.Koutroumanidis

“Nonlinearities and chaos in the price behavior of dairy products”

17:40-18:00

9

P. Curtis ,  M.Hanias, P.Antoniades

“Balanced Scorecard as a strange attractor tool contributing to the  improvement  of transformation  process and ultimately to the competitive advantage of an Organization”

18:00-18:20

10

A.Kipouros

“Crisis  And  Collapses in   Stock  Exchanges    and Chaos   Theory”

18:20-18:40

 

Coffee Break

 

18:40-19:00

11

A.Gkana, & L.Zachilas

“Nonlinear Supply and Demand Model with Two Interrelated Markets”

19:00- 19:20

12

B.G. Sharma

“An Econophysics approach to the study of efficient market behavior of stock Markets.”

19:20-19:40

13

D. Karapistolis & G. Stalidis

“ Factor Data Analysis and econophysics: application in market segmentation”

19:40-20:00

14

Tolga Ulusoy, Ayoub Shirvani, Cem Çağrı Dönmez

“Quantum formulations of Predictive Stock Market Fluctuations in Econophysics:
The Case of FTSE, DJIA &ISE”

20:00-20:20

15

S Jain

“Measures of Inequality in UK Property Prices”

20:20-20:40

16

M. P. Hanias, L.  Magafas, A. Ozun

“Predicting the CDS index”

20:40-21:00

 

DINNER

 

21:15

3/6/2011

1

Z.Georganta
(Invited Speaker)

“Greek Financial Data: More than Meets the Eye”

9.30-10:20

2

S. Savvidis, &D. Ginoglou

“Environmental Indexes and Financial Ratios”

10:20-10:40

 

Coffee Break

 

 

10:40-11:00

3

Z.Georganta

“Latent Variable Modeling: A Useful Tool to Analyze Non-Well Measured Phenomena ”(Invited Speaker)

11:00-11:50

4

M. P. Hanias & L. Magafas

“Chaos theory in predicting election results”

11:50-12:10

5

Diederik Aerts &Sandro Sozzo

“Contextual Risk and Its Relevance in Economics”

12:10-12:30

6

Diederik Aerts & Sandro Sozzo

“ Contextual Risk Model for the Ellsberg Paradox”

12:30-12:50

7

Boyan Lomev, Ivan Ivanov, Boryana Bogdanova

“What can wavelets reveal about SOFIX?”

12:50- 13:10

8

Dr. Nikolaos Mittas

“Evaluating the Performances of Software Cost Estimation Models through Prediction Intervals”

13:10-13:30

 

CLOSING REMARKS

 

13:30-13:50

 

LUCH FOR GOODBYE

 

14:00

 

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