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Congratulations to Jere Koskela who has recently been announced as a winner of the Bernoulli Society's New Researcher Award

Congratulations to Jere Koskela who has recently been announced as a winner of the Bernoulli Society's New Researcher Award, in recognition of his innovative research in probability. The Award will be announced at the 42nd Conference on Stochastic Processes and their Applications to be held in Wuhan, China, June 27 - July 1, 2022, and it comes with a an invitation to present an Award Lecture at this Congress. A really significant honour -

Mon 05 Jul 2021, 11:44 | Tags: Dept, Science, Faculty of Science

Covid-19 Statistics: reliable evidence?

Mon 14 Dec 2020, 10:08 | Tags: Dept, Science

International Prize for Warwick PhD

Congratulations to Alejandra Avalos-Pacheco who the Savage Award of the International Society for Bayesian Analysis in the category Applied Methodology for her 2019 PhD thesis “Factor regression for dimensionality reduction and data integration techniques with applications to cancer data.” Dr Avalos-Pacheco is now a postdoctoral fellow in Statistics at Harvard Medical School.

Congatulations also to François-Xavier Briol whose Warwick PhD thesis "Statistical Computation with Kernels” received an Honorable Mention in the “Theory and Methodology” category. Dr Briol is now a Lecturer in the Department of Statistical Science at University College London.

Thu 15 Oct 2020, 14:31 | Tags: Dept, Postgrad, Science

Dominic Norgilas has been awarded the 2019 Nicola Bruti Liberati Prize for the best PhD thesis worldwide in Mathematical Finance submitted in 2019

The Bachelier Finance Society and the Department of Mathematics of the Politecnico di Milano, in cooperation with Springer, are proud to announce the Nicola Bruti Liberati Prize which is to be awarded annually for a doctoral thesis in all subjects of Mathematical Finance, such as, but not limited to: Derivative Pricing, Computational Finance, Econometrics and Statistical Methods applied to Finance, Risk Analysis, Portfolio Optimization, Probability Methods in Finance, and Numerical Methods in Finance.

The prize is for the best doctoral thesis, selected by a Committee appointed by the Bachelier Finance Society.

The 2019 Bruti Liberati Prize has gone to Dominykas Norgilas, awarded for his thesis “Techniques and Approaches for Pricing American Options”. His thesis was supervised by Prof. David Hobson and Prof. Saul Jacka.

Tue 07 Jul 2020, 14:58 | Tags: Dept, Postgrad, Science

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