Peter Nakada, managing director, capital markets, is a panelist on “The Economic Impact of an Aging Population on the Healthcare System.”
Chris Hornsby, director, model product management, is a panelist on “Risk-benefit analysis in aging.” The discussion will center on the need to maintain rigor and independence in the regulation of healthcare innovations.
Brian Owens, senior director, business solutions, is a panelist on “Utilizing Modeling Platforms and Multiple Model Providers to Create Your Own View of Risk.”
Michael Drayton, senior modeler, presents “Coding of Physical Structures and the Associated Vulnerability.” Drayton is also a panelist on “Model Comparison and Analysis” and “Risk and Model Analysis Between RMS and Risk Frontiers.”
Dr. Robert Muir-Wood, chief research officer, will moderate the panel “Expanding the Application and Technology of Catastrophe Modeling for Disaster Risk Reduction”. Ross Franklin, director, platform solutions, will participate on this panel.
Neena Saith, director, business solutions, presents “Examining the Types of Perils Modeled” in a session on “Cat Modeling and Management Fundamentals.”
Jessica Turner, senior product manager, is a panelist on “Model Comparison and Analysis”. Panelists will discuss model testing, model validation and output discrepancies.
Dr. Gordon Woo, catastrophe expert, presents “Decision Making Under Uncertainty in a Low Probability Forecasting Environment”. Dr. Woo will talk about the low-cost mitigation measures that can be implemented in advance of earthquakes, how these measures can lower casualty risk and how deciding which measures to undertake requires a quantitative analysis of uncertainty.