Tonight, I will leave London, UK, to go to Brussels, for the Actuarial and Financial Mathematics Conference…
Tonight, I will be on my way to Imperial College, in London, to finalize our 2020 actuarial pricing game… More to come soon, on the blog !
(and yes, it’s London, UK, not London, Ontario… where the 6th Workshop on Insurance Mathematics will be organized at the end of the week)
Monday, at lunch time, I will be giving at talk at the seminar in ESSEC, on actuarial pricing in a competitive market.
After my visit in Waterloo, I will flight directly from Toronto to Paris, where I will spend (almost) the week.
I will spend the end of the week in Waterloo, Ontario. I will give a talk Friday afternoon, on actuarial pricing in a competitive market.
After my talk, I will go to Chicago for the week-end…
For the end of the wek, I will be in Madison, Wisconsin. I will be giving a talk on Friday, on insurance pricing in a competitive markets. Since it is based on work in progress, I will not upload the slides. Yet. Anyway, if anyone is at Madison for the end of this week, I’d be delighted to have a chat !
It’s time for a break… I will be back in a few days, with posts related to the Summer School of the Swiss Association of Actuaries…
This week-end, I will go south to Boston, to spend some time in Cambridge. I will see some friends and colleagues there, and I’ll be back on Tuesday.
Next week, I will be in Manizales, Colombia, for the Third International Congress on Actuarial Science and Quantitative Finance. I will be giving a lecture on Wednesday with Jed Fress and Emilianos Valdez.
I will give my course on Algorithms for Predictive Modeling on Thursday morning (after Jed and Emil’s lectures). Unfortunately, my computer locked itself last week, and I could not unlock it (could not IT team at the university, who have the internal EFI password). So I will not be able to work further on the slides, so it will be based on the version as-at now (clearly in progress).
Mid-May, I will be in Chicago for the Risk Analytics Symposium,