Vorlesen

Summer Term 2015

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You are cordially invited to attend the talks in seminar room D4.4.008 (Building D4, Entrance A, Level 4) on Fridays at 9:00am.

March 6

Jörn Saß (Fachbereich Mathematik, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern):
Continuous-time regime switching models, portfolio optimization and filter-based volatility
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March 13

Elisa Ossola (Department of Finance, University of Lugano):
Time-Varying Risk Premium in Large Cross-Sectional Equity Datasets
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March 20

Mark Jensen (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, USA):
Mutual Fund Performance When Investors Learn About Skill

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March 27

Rémi Piatek (Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen):
A Parsimonious Multinomial Probit Model for the Study of Joint Decisions

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May 8

François Caron (Department of Statistics, University of Oxford):
Sparse random graphs with exchangeable point processes
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May 29

François Bachoc (Department of Statistics and Operations Research, Universität Wien):
Covariance function estimation in Gaussian process regression
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Wednesday, June 10, 3:30-6:30pm (Executive Academy, Foyer):

Quantitative Risk Management Workshop and Book Launch


Talks by
Alexander J. McNeil: Backtesting Trading Book Models Using Estimates of VaR, Expected Shortfall and Realised p-Values
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Paul Embrechts: How to Model Operational Risk
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Presentation by Rüdiger Frey 
June 19

Ralf Wunderlich (Mathematisches Institut, Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus):
Expert opinions and dynamic portfolio optimization under partial information
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June 26

Evelyn Buckwar (Institut für Stochastik, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz):
Stochastic numerics and issues in the stability analysis of numerical methods
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July 3

Yoosoon Chang (Department of Economics, Indiana University, USA):
Distributional Time Series
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