Chris Folkman, Director, Model Product Management, will speak about TRIA’s impact on the insurance industry, the global terrorism risk environment, and the terrorism risk modeling process.
Clare Salustro, Manager of Product Management, presents an update on U.S. flood risk: insights into RMS' state-of-the-art coastal flood mofel, lessons learned from recent events such as Hurricane Sandy, as well as how the RMS flood modeling solution will become more complete with an HD-simulation-based U.S. Flood Model on upcoming RMS(one) platform.
Paris Georgallis, Senior Vice President, Cloud Operations, will present “What every catastrophe modeler should know about cloud computing”. The presentation will provide insights into how cloud technology can significantly reduce model run-times, speed-up large portfolio roll-ups, and enable the use of high definition models that can simulate the causes of loss to specific locations around the globe.
Matthew Nielsen, Director of Model Product Management, presents a keynote on RMS' Severe Convective Storms models. The RAA Cat Modeling 2014 event will focus on how new modeling platforms will allow insurers to create their own view of natural hazad risk, and consider how to manage the increased risk that they face today.
Gordon Woo, catastrophe expert, presents his lecture on how natural and man-made catastrophes affect people’s lives, and how these two forms of catastrophe are linked together, conceptually, by catastrophe science.
The two-day Amlin and Oxford Martin School summit brings together world-leading academia, industry and policy experts to gain insights into the roots of, and solutions to, systemic risks, aiming to tackle systemic risk from several angles.
Alex Barnett, Vice President, Developer Relations, is a panelist on “What is a Full Stack Developer?”. The panel will discuss how full stack development is a philosophy of managing technology, as well as the skill sets needed by today’s full stack developer, and how this role can change the team dynamic of product creation.
DeveloperWeek 2014 Conference & Expo in San Francisco is the first conference to offer developers the opportunity to learn new skills, build new apps, startups, and product features within one week.
Dr. Robert Muir-Wood, Chief Research Officer, will take part in session "Mapping Risk: Strengthening Community Resilience". As natural disasters increase in frequency, severity, and cost, Dr. Muir-Wood will speak about how natural disasters can be better anticipated and how specific tools and resources can be used to strategically prepare communities and build resilience.
The Clinton Global Initiative Winter meeting will be hosted by President Clinton, Secretary Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton and will bring together CGI members and new participants to set framework for the year ahead, by supporting their continued collaboration, establishing the foundation for new projects, and sharing members' ongoing work worldwide.