The Spring School is organised in collaboration with the Institute for Actuarial and Financial Mathematics and will take place from 21st to 23rd of March. Over the three and a half days we will cover a range of methodological approaches to risk and uncertainty quantification and communication, ranging from Probability Theory, Imprecise Probability, Machine Learning to Algorithmic Trading and Fractional Calculus.
Takis Konstantopoulos, Upsala University, Sweden - Probability Theory
Sèbastien Destercke, Heudiasyc, CNRS Compiegne, France - Imprecise Probability
Alessandro Antonucci, IDSIA, Switzerland - Intro' to Credal Networks
Jose Garrido, Concordia University, Canada - Machine learning and Insurance
Paul Eisenberg, University of Liverpool, UK - Trading in Energy Markets
Wei Zhu, University of Liverpool, UK - Intro' to Fractional Calculus
Each session will offer a theoretical introduction to the subject, some practice time as well as an opportunity to test yourself within a group challenge. Alongside the academic agenda participants can take part in social activities, including the Spring School dinner, which will take place on the Thursday, 22nd of March and a number of other activities.
The early bird registration, inclusive of a free dinner ticket, will close on the 12th March. The early-bird registration is inclusive of the dinner ticket (£30).
Registration (before 20th March 2017)
Students (PGR, PGT, PhD)
Academics and Practitioners
Note the event is free for undergraduate students.