[FAM-news] reminder for upcoming seminars and talks

Sandra Trenovatz sandra at fam.tuwien.ac.at
Thu May 14 08:08:29 CEST 2020


To Whom it May Concern,

while waiting for a change back to the good old days (before Covid-19) 
you can listen & watch to scientfic talks...

Some of them you can even follow if you missed them. e.g., on the 
YouTube channel of the SIAM Activity Group on Financial Mathematics and 
Engineering (FTE) you can find the following videos:
  - Inaugural SIAM Activity Group on FME Virtual Talk (Paul Embrechts)
  - Second SIAM Activity Group on FME Virtual Talk (Blanca Horvath)
https://www.youtube.com/user/SIAMConnects/videos
[You can also just search for "FME Virtual Talk" on YouTube]

You can find already an impressive list of talks & seminars on:

  - https://mathseminars.org/
    (e.g., filter by the topic "probability")

and - as always - a list of suggestions at the end of this email.
Additionally you can find information on:

  - https://fam.tuwien.ac.at/events/

If you listen to a talk which was not mentioned on "mathseminars.org" 
you might suggest organisers to announce future talks (seminars, events) 
there.

Best wishes,
Sandra (FAM-office)

P.S.: Thank you for following the FAM-news mailing list (= FAM-ily 
Newsletter):
https://fam.tuwien.ac.at/mailman/listinfo/fam-news



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One World MINDS Seminar
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Th., 14.5.2020, 14:00 (UTC +2:00 = CEST), online talk

   Ilya Razenshteyn (Microsoft Research, US)
   https://www.ilyaraz.org/
   "Scalable Nearest Neighbor Search for Optimal Transport"

For further details (including abstracts) see
https://sites.google.com/view/minds-seminar/

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FME Talk Series
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Th., 14.05.2020, 19:00-20:00 (UTC +2:00 = CEST), online talk

   Bruno Dupire (Bloomberg)
   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruno_Dupire
   "The Geometry of Money and the Perils of Parameterization"

For abstract and further details (registration necessary due to security 
reasons) see:
https://siam.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_s8rIcHwiS-uPM3Dkuok-Wg

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VGSF Finance Research Seminar
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Fr., 15.05.20200, 17:30 -18:30 (UTC +2:00 = CEST), online talk

   Lukas Schmid (Duke University, North Caronina, US)
   https://www.fuqua.duke.edu/faculty/lukas-schmid
   "The Risks of Safe Assets"

For further details (including abstracts) see
https://www.vgsf.ac.at/events/finance-research-seminars/

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3rd #StayHome - Actuarial Seminar
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85 minutes (online since 2020-05-02)

   Mario Wuethrich (ETH)
   https://people.math.ethz.ch/~wueth/
   "The Balance Property for Insurance Pricing"

3rd #StayHome - Actuarial Seminar
https://ethz.zoom.us/rec/share/w-lvIpfS8jNLbM_j83v7aI0AHoq5X6a80ykb_KULGek5-WiZ_-AA8WeogqKeyQ

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4th #StayHome - Actuarial Seminar
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53 minutes (online since 2020-05-09)

   Mario Wuethrich (ETH)
   https://people.math.ethz.ch/~wueth/
   "Telematics Car Driving Data"

4th #StayHome - Actuarial Seminar
https://ethz.zoom.us/rec/share/-cxnHa6hqmJIE4mOyFrbY6g4F6jDT6a81CYbq6AKnUYzrm3m9mIKzkZF17QwqFyv

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One World Seminar Mathematical Methods for Arbitrary Data Sources (MADS)
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Mo., 18.5.2020, 14:00 (UTC +2:00 = CEST), online talk

   Lars Ruthotto (Emory University, US)
   https://www.mathcs.emory.edu/~lruthot/
   "Machine Learning meets Optimal Transport: Old solutions for new 
problems and vice versa"

For further details (including abstracts) see
http://www.nonlocal-methods.eu/oneworld/

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Oxford Stochastic Analysis and Mathematical Finance Seminar
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Mo., 18.5.2020, 17:00 (UTC +2:00 = CEST), online talk

   Ivan Nourdin
   https://sites.google.com/site/ivannourdin/
   "The functional Breuer-Major theorem"

For further details (including abstracts) see
https://mathseminars.org/seminar/OxfordStochasticAnalysis

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Online Open Probability School
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Mo./Tu./Th., 18./19./21.5.2020, 18:00-19:00 (UTC +2:00 = CEST), online 
mini course

   Jean-Christophe Mourrat (New York University, US)
   https://cims.nyu.edu/~jcm777/
   "Rank-one matrix estimation and Hamilton-Jacobi equations"

For further details (including abstracts) see
https://www.math.ubc.ca/Links/OOPS/

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One World Actuarial Research Seminar
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We., 20.4.2020, 14:00 (UTC +2:00 = CEST), online talk

   Moshe Milevsky (York University, Toronto, US)
   https://moshemilevsky.com/
   "Is Covid-19 a parallel shift of the term structure
    of mortality? Implications for annuity pricing."

For further details (including abstracts) see
http://www.maths.usyd.edu.au/u/munir/owars/

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