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Presentations

2017

June 2017, Sergi Trias-Llimós presented on “Alcohol-attributable mortality convergence across Europe” at the International seminar: Persisting burden of alcohol in Central and Eastern Europe: recent evidence and measurement issues in Vilnius.

May 2017, Fanny Janssen presented her thoughts about the Human Mortality Database at the 4th Human Mortality Database Symposium in Berlin (invited discussant).

May 2017, Anastasios Bardoutsos presented on “Projecting delay and compression of mortality” at the 4th Human Mortality Database Symposium in Berlin.

May 2017, Sergi Trias Llimos presented on “ The contribution of alcohol to the gender gap in life expectancy in 8 CEE countries ” at the 4th Human Mortality Database Symposium in Berlin.

May 2017, Nikoletta Vidra presented a poster entitled “The impact of obesity on life expectancy in Europe, 1975-2012” at the 4th Human Mortality Database Symposium in Berlin.

May 2017, Fanny Janssen gave an invited lecture on “Including mortality delay and smoking in mortality projections” during the MaxNetAgeing conference in Rostock.

April 2007, Fanny Janssen gave an invited lecture on “Including lifestyle epidemics in mortality projections” at the seminar series of the Max-Planck Odense Center on the Biodemography of Aging, Denmark.

2016

November 2016, Anastasios Bardoutsos presented his research with K. Antonio and W. Ouburg on 'Coherent mortality forecasts for dependent populations: a Bayesian approach 'at the Dutch Demography Day in Utrecht, the Netherlands.

November 2016. Sergi Trias-Llimós presented on "The contribution of alcohol to life expectancy differentials in Europe", at the Dutch Demography Day, Utrecht (The Netherlands).

Sept 2016, Sergi Trias-Llimós presented an overview of his in-progress PhD at the Barcelona Public Health Agency (Agència de Salut Pública de Barcelona).

Sept 2016, Fanny Janssen gave a seminar entitled “Including the smoking epidemic and mortality delay in mortality projections” for the Actuarial Science research group at the University of Leuven (Belgium).

Sept 2016, Fanny Janssen gave a workshop on “Coherent mortality projections for the Netherlands taking into account mortality delay and smoking”, at the International Mortality and Longevity Symposium, Royal Holloway, University of London.

Sept 2016, Nikoletta Vidra gave a presentation entitled "Past trends of obesity attributable mortality in Europe; an application of Age-Period-Cohort Analysis ", at the European Population Conference, Mainz (Germany).

Sept 2016, Sergi Trias-Llimos gave a presentation entitled "The role of alcohol in explaining convergence in mortality across European countries", at the European Population Conference, Mainz (Germany).

August 2016, the whole research project team presented their research during the VIDI workshop on ‘Improving Mortality Forecasts’ in Mainz, Germany, organized in collaboration with the EAPS Health, Morbidity and Mortality Working Group.

June 2016, Joop de Beer presented his research with Fanny Janssen on “Life expectancy of 100 years: how realistic is that?” at the HAPS (Healthy Ageing: Population & Society) seminar “How to get to 100 and enjoy it” in Groningen.

May 2016, Fanny Janssen gave an invited Süßmilch lecture within the 'Future of Demography' series on 'The Future of Mortality Projections' at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock, Germany.

May 2016, Sergi Trias-Llimos presented on "The contribution of alcohol to life expectancy differentials across countries and over time in Europe” at the International seminar on “Alcohol-related losses and policy responses in Lithuania and neighbouring countries”, organized by the Demographic Research Centre, Vytautas Magnus University, Vilnius (Lithuania).

April 2016, Fanny Janssen presented an invited paper on ‘Projecting future mortality in the Netherlands taking into account mortality delay and smoking’ at the joint Eurostat/UNECE Work Session on Demographic Projections in Geneva, Switzerland.

April 2016, Sergi Trias-Llimos presented his PhD proposal and his research results at the datalab of the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock (Germany).

January 2016, Fanny Janssen, Nikoletta Vidra and Sergi Trias Llimos presented the first results of the VIDI project at the PRC-NIDI-HAPS Mortality & Ageing meeting

2015

December 2015, Sergi Trias-Llimos gave a presentation on ‘ The role of alcohol in explaining convergence-divergence in mortality in Europe ’ at the Urban and Regional Studies Institute (URSI) Conference in Groningen, the Netherlands

November 2015, Fanny Janssen and Joop de Beer presented their paper on ‘The impact of the delay in ageing and smoking on future mortality in the Netherlands’ at the Dutch Demography Day in Utrecht, the Netherlands

November 2015, Maarten Bijlsma, Rhian Daniel, Fanny Janssen and Bianca De Stavola presented their paper on An assessment of the mechanism-based approach to the identification of age-period-cohort models ’ at the Dutch Demography Day in Utrecht, the Netherlands

November 2015, Sergi Trias-Llimos gave a presentation on ‘ Birth cohort differences in alcohol-attributable mortality in Europe ’ at the Dutch Demography Day in Utrecht, the Netherlands

November 2015, Nikoletta Vidra gave a presentation on ‘ Past trends of obesity - attributable mortality in the Netherlands: an application of Age-Period-Cohort analysis ’ at the Third Panhellenic Congress of Nutrition and Dietetics & the Second Panhellenic Congress of Clinical Nutrition in Athens, Greece (the abstract will be published in the Journal: Clinical Nutrition ESPEN)

November 2015, Nikoletta Vidra gave a presentation on ‘ Past trends of obesity - attributable mortality in the Netherlands: an application of Age-Period-Cohort analysis ’ at the Dutch Demography Day in Utrecht, the Netherlands

October 2015, Fanny Janssen gave an invited speech at the seminar on ‘ Population Forecasts in theory, policy and practice’ (bevolkingsprognoses in theorie, beleid en praktijk) of the Dutch Demography Association in The Hague, the Netherlands

October 2015, Sergi Trias-Llimos gave a presentation on ‘ The role of birth cohort in liver cirrhosis mortality in Europe (1950-2011) ’ at the Population Research Centre ( PRC) Seminar in Groningen, the Netherlands

September 2015, Sergi Trias-Llimos gave a poster presentation on ‘ Birth cohort differences in alcohol-attributable mortality in Europe ’ at the Workshop of the EAPS Health, Morbidity and Mortality Working Group 2015 in Prague, the Czech Republic

September 2015, Nikoletta Vidra gave a poster presentation on ‘ The effect of obesity on past and future variations in European mortality levels and trends ’ at the Workshop of the EAPS Health, Morbidity and Mortality Working Group 2015 in Prague, the Czech Republic

July 2015, Sergi Trias-Llimos gave a presentation on ‘ Alcohol-attributable mortality in Europe: Past and future trends and their effects on overall mortality variations ’ at the Urban and Regional Studies Institute (URSI) Lunch Seminar in Groningen, the Netherlands.

June 2015, Nikoletta Vidra gave a presentation on ‘ The effect of obesity on past and future variations in mortality levels and trends ’ at the Urban and Regional Studies Institute URSI Research conference in Groningen, the Netherlands.

May 2015, Fanny Janssen gave a lecture called ‘Smoking, alcohol and obesity ingredients for improved and robust mortality projections’ at the Ibn Battuta study association in Groningen, the Netherlands.

January 2015, Fanny Janssen gave a seminar as an invited speaker at the Netherlands Demographic Institute (NIDI) in The Hague, the Netherlands.

January 2015, Fanny Janssen was an invited speaker at the Conference on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Rostock Center for the Study of Demographic Change in Berlin, Germany.

January 2015, Fanny Janssen gave a lecture called ‘The smoking epidemic’ at the Lecturer of the year election, organized by the University of Groningen in Groningen, the Netherlands.

2014

December 2014, Sergi Trias-Llimos gave a poster presentation on ‘ Alcohol-attributable mortality in Europe: Past and future trends and their effects on overall mortality variations ’ at the Dutch Demography Day in Utrecht, the Netherlands.

December 2014, Nikoletta Vidra gave a poster presentation on ‘The effect of obesity on past and future variations in European mortality levels and trends’ at the Dutch Demography Day in Utrecht, the Netherlands.

November 2014, Fanny Janssen & Joop de Beer gave a presentation on ‘Adult mortality decline: recent transitions in the contribution of mortality compression versus mortality delay’ at the Dutch Demography Day in Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Nov 2014, Fanny Janssen gave a seminar on how to include the smoking epidemic in mortality projections at the Actuarial Science and Mathematical Finance seminar series at the University of Amsterdam, NL.

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