Category Archives: Conferences

Last talk of the year…

This Saturday, I will be giving a talk (from home, I won’t be able to be in person in London), at CMStatistics 2021 (the 14th International Conference on Computational and Methodological Statistics), on dependencies among lifelengths in families. The paper is based on our paper, Modeling Joint Lives within Families (available on arxiv), and slides now online.

Some additional figures are available in the slides,

United As One, IME 2021

Next week, colleagues from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and the Pennsylvania State University in the United States, Ulm University in Germany, and the University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney) in Australia organize the 24th International Congress on Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, aka IME2021. I will present our joint work, with Michel Denuit and Julien Trufin, Autocalibration for Insurance Pricing with Machine Learning, Philipp Ratz will present our joint work on peer-to-peer insurance model. I will also chair some sessions, and participate to a round table on Thursday morning (Montréal time).

ASTIN Online Colloquium

Next week, I will present at the 2021 ASTIN Online Colloquium (online, of course, it will not be possible to meet in person, in Florida). I will present the joint paper with Michel Denuit and Julien Trufin, Autocalibration for Insurance Pricing with Machine Learning. Earlier on Wednesday, Philipp Ratz will present our work Collaborative Insurance Sustainability and Network Structure.