# Talks and presentations

I have travelled worldwide to give academic talks, often attending the International Longevity Risk and Capital Markets Solutions Conference (Longevity) currently held by Bayes Business School in the University of London. Through this conference, I have given talks in Lyon France, Chicago USA, and Amsterdam Netherlands.

Below is a full list of talks I have given, with slides and/or documents (when applicable).

## Invited Lectures

- Genetic Algorithm Applications of Gaussian Process Kernels toward Mortality Surface Inference.
**RCLR Modelling and Societal Impact of Longevity and Ageing Conference in Amsterdam**.*May 2023*. - How Random Was That? (An Introduction to Statistical Modelling).
**Science on Tap (Cal Poly Pomona College of Science)**.*October 2021*. - The Role of a Kernel in Statistical Learning.
**UC Riverside Applied Statistics Colloquium**.*March 2021*. - Gaussian Process Models for Mortality Rates and Improvement Factors: An Interactive R Markdown Approach.
**AMS Sectional Meeting; Special Session on Markov Processes, Gaussian Processes and Applications in San Francisco, CA**.*October 2018*. - An Interactive R Markdown Approach to Mortality Rate and Improvement Modeling using Gaussian Process Models.
**Fourteenth International Longevity Risk and Capital Markets Solutions Conference in Amsterdam**.*September 2018*. - Gaussian Process Models for Mortality Rates and Improvement Factors.
**Twelfth International Longevity Risk and Capital Markets Solutions Conference in Chicago**.*September 2016*. - Statistical Emulators & Longevity Risk.
**Actuarial Research Conference (ARC), University of Toronto**.*August 2015*. - Statistical Emulators & Longevity Risk.
**Eleventh International Longevity Risk and Capital Markets Solutions Conference at Universite Lyon 1, Lyon, France**.*September 2015*.

## Seminar Talks

- Stochastic Kriging in Quantile Estimation with Applications to VaR Calculations.
**CPP Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium**.*November 2017*. - Gaussian Processes for Machine Learning.
**CPP Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium**.*March 2017*. - Stochastic Kriging in Quantile Estimation with Applications to VaR Calculations.
**UCSB Statistics Department Gaussian Process Research Group**.*November 2016*. - Statistical Emulators & Gaussian Processes.
**UCSB Statistics Department Colloquium**.*May 2016*. - Proving the Central Limit Theorem in the strong operator topology.
**UCSB Mathematics Department**.*May 2015*.