Introducing the Limited Attendance Experiences: Feuersozietät

Boasting 300 years of history in 2018, the Feuersozietät is the second oldest insurer in Germany. It was founded in the beginning of the 18th century by the famous Soldier King Friedrich Wilhelm I. For their anniversary, the company will host two of the twelve limited attendance experiences during the ICA 2018. Attendees can expect an interesting, unique and special event, which will most definitely be worth a visit.




Scientific part:

The limited attendance experience on Tuesday will be introduced by Gerhard Berz (Munich Re) and Peter Höppe (Munich Re) according to the topic “NatCat Modeling Session: 45 Years of Natural Disaster Research at Munich Re: Lessons From the Past And For the Future”, covering the section ASTIN. On Thursday Göran Kauermann will inform us about the topic „From Big Data to Big Information – Obstacles, Traps and Opportunities“, as part of the ASTIN section.

Social part:

On Tuesday, the social part of the Limited Attendance Experience at the Feuersozietät, will take delegates to “The Gemäldegalerie” (Art Gallery) of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz. “The Gemäldegalerie” is one of the world’s most important collections of European paintings from the 13th to 18th century. This permanent display, includes paintings from various famous artists like Rembrandt or Carvaggio. The guided tour of “The Gemäldegallerie” will take visitors through 72 main galleries and small side-rooms, with a focus on German, Italian and Dutch paintings of the 13th to 16th century. On Thursday, a guided tour through a more modern exhibition at the Museum of Decorative Arts will take place. The Museum of Decorative Arts holds world-famous examples of European arts and crafts, including exquisite vases, textiles and furniture. The guided tour itself will focus on the exhibition “Food Revolution 5.0”, which sheds light on the pressing issue “future of human nutrition in society”. The exhibition focuses on the current global food industry, industrialization, climate change and greenhouse effects, limits of natural resources and scarcity of water, poverty, hunger and many more.

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