|Faculty of Actuarial Science and Insurance|
City, University of London
Cass Business School
London EC1Y 8TZ
Senior Lecturer in Actuarial Science City, University of London
Adjunct Associate Professor Norwegian School of Economics
I received an undergraduate degree in mathematics from the University of Ioannina, Greece, an M.Sc. degree in Statistical Science from the University of Western Michigan, and a Ph.D. degree in Statistical Science from University College London.
- 09/15 - Present: Adjunct Associate Professor at the Department of Business & Mangement Science at the Norwegian School of Economics
- 09/15 - 08-18: Senior lecturer at the School of Computing, Engineering, and Mathematics at the University of Brighton
- 09/12 - 08/15: Assistant Professor at the Department of Business & Mangement Science at the Norwegian School of Economics
- 08/11 - 08/12: Research Fellow at London Business School
- 08/11 - 08/12: Research Associate at the Department of Management Science & Innovation, University College London
My research is in Management and Actuarial science, specifically in statistics, operations research, industrial economics, game theory, real options, and mathematical finance. In particular, I am interested in the application of statistical, mathematical finance and operations research methods for risk management and analysing investment incentives under uncertainty. Currently, I am using predictive analytics, signal processing and real options to support decision making and risk management under uncertainty for investment and operations, research and development (R&D) programmes in alternative energy technologies, and demand-side management.
Kimiya Oshikoji Doctoral Research Associate at NHH, 2018- Present.
Lars H Sendstad Doctoral Research Associate at NHH, 2014-2018.
TeachingI am interested in teaching a wide range of courses within the area of Management and Actuarial Science. In particular, I am interested in teaching courses in Statistics, Mathematical Finance, Operational Research, and Stochastic Modelling.
- 09/18 - Present: Level 5 course in Stochastic Models.
- 09/15 - 08-2018: Level 4, 5 and 6 courses in Mathematics, Statistics, Operational Research and Finance.
- 09/12 - 08/15: ENE422: Financial Aspects of Energy and Commodity Markets, at the level of Hull (2009), Options, Futures and other Derivatives, 7th Edition, Prentice-Hall.
- 09/08 - 08/10: ECON2601: Economics II, taught at the level of Varian (1992) and Mankiw, NG (2003), Macroeconomics, 5th Edition.
- 09/06 - 05/07: STAT216: Business Statistics.
- 09/05 - 05/06: STAT160: Statistics and Data Analysis.