About this conference

It was our pleasure to welcome so many participants and contributions here in Kyoto. Hope and see you in near future!organizers


Aims & Scope

This conference, FNET 2013 Kyoto: Financial Networks and Systemic Risk, is a satellite of STATPHYS 25, held in Seoul, Korea in July 2013.
Stability of financial systems is an important issue in the current climate of high uncertainty for the future of global economy. In this environment, statistical physics offers new analytical approaches to study economic phenomena. Research efforts have recently been conducted on many aspects of global financial systems in Europe, Japan, United States as well as in other countries. Some studies show how economic and financial complex networks are interconnected, some develop network tools to measure risk propagation through these networks, yet some concentrate on data mining, spreading the wing of researchers who explore, analyze, and investigatewide range of global economic data available today.
This conference intends to cover all these aspects, acting as a gathering place in the heart of Asia, the city of Kyoto.Some of the Topics covered are:
  • Network Analysis Tools
  • Modeling and Simulations of Financial Networks
  • Data coverage and availability
  • Risk evaluation on various networks
  • Business cycles, crisis event analysis
  • Future tasks and prospects

Dates & Place

Important Dates and Contact

  • Abstract submission deadline : May 5 (Sun), 2013
    Acceptance notice : May 31 (Fri), 2013
  • Deadline for registration
    Early Registration: 20,000 yen (10,000 yen for students) before or on June 14 (Fri), 2013
    Standard/On-site Registration: 30,000 yen (15,000 yen for students)
  • Contact
    About conference and submission: Organizers <fnet2013kyoto@econophysics.jp>
    About registration and payment:  FNet 2013 Kyoto Desk, JTB Western Japan <westec_op2@west.jtb.jp>

Organizers

  • Chair
    Hideaki Aoyama, Kyoto University and RIETI
  • Co-Chairs
    Guido Caldarelli, IMT Lucca
    Hiroshi Yoshikawa, University of Tokyo and RIETI
  • Members
    Stefano Battison, ETH Zurich
    Yoshi Fujiwara, University of Hyogo
    Yuichi Ikeda, Kyoto University
    Hiroshi Iyetomi, University of Tokyo
    Aki-Hiro Sato, Kyoto University
    Wataru Souma, Nihon University
    Irena Vodenska, Boston University
    Tsutomu Watanabe, University of Tokyo and RIETI
    Eiichi Yamaguchi, Doshisha University
  • Secretaries
    Theory group secretaries: Mrs. Kiyoe Yokota and Mrs. Tomoko Ozaki

Support

  • The European Community Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities, Grant agreement no. 255987 (FOC-II), Europe http://www.focproject.net/
  • The Program for Promoting Methodological Innovation in Humanities and Social Sciences by Cross-Disciplinary Fusing, MEXT, Japan
  • “Dynamics, Energy and Environment, and Growth of Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises” under RIETI Research Project “New Industrial Policy”, RIETI, Japan
  • Study of Innovation Strategies Conducive to Creating Future Industries, R&D program on Science of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, JST-RISTEX, Japan
  • The Kyoto University Foundation