Seminar on Statistics and Risk Management

The seminar is organised by the chair of Mathematical Statistics. The speakers in this seminar are Master students who present the results of their Master Thesis, PhD students of the chair who speak about their current researsch as well as external researchers in the area of statistics.

If not stated otherwise, the seminar starts at 12:15 and takes place in room 2.01.10.

 

 

28.07.2017

D-vine copula based modeling and forecasting of exposure limits in reinsurance

Felix Hunschede, 12.07.2017 - Please note, the talk will take place in room BC1 2.02.11 and will start at 10:00.[mehr]

Kategorie: Seminar "Statistics and Risk Management", Vortrag

21.06.2017

Hidden large deviations in heavy-tailed queues

Prof. Bikramjit Das (Singapore University of Technology and Design), 05.07.2017 - 12:15[mehr]

Kategorie: Seminar "Statistics and Risk Management", Vortrag

23.05.2017

Probabilistic Weather Forecasting with Statistical Ensemble Postprocessing Models

Dr. Annette Möller (Technische Universität Clausthal), 07.06.2017 - 12:15[mehr]

Kategorie: Seminar "Statistics and Risk Management", Vortrag

04.05.2017

Learning Gaussian Mixtures via Method of Moments

Carlos Enrique Améndola Cerón (Technische Universität Berlin), 09.052017 - 13:00[mehr]

Kategorie: Seminar "Statistics and Risk Management", Vortrag

03.04.2017

Variable selection for C[0,1]-valued AR processes using RKHS

Beatriz Bueno-Larraz (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, ES), 10.04.2017 - 14:15[mehr]

Kategorie: Seminar "Statistics and Risk Management", Vortrag

13.02.2017

Tests for multivariate and functional generalized Pareto models

Dr. Stefan Aulbach, 20.02.2017 - 13:15[mehr]

Kategorie: Seminar "Statistics and Risk Management", Vortrag

31.01.2017

A Unified Approach to Estimating Bivariate Copula Additive Models

Giampiero Marra, Ph.D. (University College London, UK), 08.02.2017 - 12:15[mehr]

Kategorie: Seminar "Statistics and Risk Management", Vortrag

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