Tuesday, November 27, 2012

2012 Charles Hachmeister Prize for paper co-authored by Ken Seng Tan

The paper "Optimal Reinsurance Under VaR and CVaR Risk Measures: A Simplified Approach" with Yichen Chi and Ken Seng Tan as co-authors, has won the 2012 Charles Hachmeister Prize awarded by the Casualy Actuarial Society. The main criteria used to determine this award are significant potential impact on the practice of the North American property/casualty actuaries as well as practicality of application. Secondary criteria include originality, readability and completeness.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Stefan Steiner elected as fellow of the ASQ

On November 9, 2012, the board of directors of American Society for Quality (ASQ) elected Stefan Steiner a fellow of the Society in recognition of his significant contributions to quality. His citation reads as follows:

For substantial research contributions in process monitoring, measurement system assessment, and statistical engineering, for highly productive collaborative consulting, and for contributions to the profession through publications and editorial review.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Actuarial science student is named co-op student of the year for 2011

The Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science is proud to announce that the 2011 Co-op student of the year for the Faculty of Mathematics was an Actuarial Science student. Terrence Chin earned the title after working for Mercer.

Further information about Terrence and his work term can be found on the 2011 co-op students of the year web page.

Friday, November 2, 2012

Fall Faculty Colloquium by Richard Cook

Richard Cook will be the speaker for this Fall Faculty Colloquium on November 21, at 3:30 pm in William G. Davis Computer Research Centre (DC) room 1302.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Bei Chen receives Outstanding Achievement in Graduate Studies designation

The University of Waterloo Advisory Committee on Graduate Scholarships and Awards has selected Bei Chen, a recent PhD graduate from Statistics and Actuarial Science, to receive Outstanding Achievement in Graduate Studies (Doctoral Level) designation. "The selection was made from a group of exceptional nominees," says Sue Horton (associate provost, graduate studies).

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