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.
Gordon Woo, catastrophe expert, presents “Participatory Decision Making: From Earthquake Early Warning to Operational Earthquake Forecasting.”
Neena Saith, director, business solutions, presents “Modelling Insured Exposures Against the Next Indonesian Catastrophe.”
Robert Stone, senior director, client development, offers an overview of the benefits, market trends and modeling of insurance-linked securities.
Mathew Nielsen, director, model product management, speaks about wind, hurricane and flood risk in Puerto Rico.
Justin Moresco, manager, model product management will discuss the RMS Earthquake model and how it is unique to Puerto Rico.
Dr. Gordon Woo, catastrophe expert, presents “Managing Asian Volcano Risk Through a Developing Insurance Market.” He will also speak about the “Application of cost-benefit analysis to managing worst-case scenarios.