SFRA Colloquium 2019
The 2019 SFRA Colloquium will present topics on methodological and computational aspects of Data Science, Machine Learning and their applications and developments within Financial Risk, Financial Mathematics and Insurance.
SFRA Colloquium 4th Feb 2019.
Conference dinner (open to speakers and presenters only) - 6:30pm reception and 7pm dinner 4th Feb 2019 - at former resident of Adam Smith
HW-UoE-ISM Workshop 5th and 6th Feb 2019.
The main colloquium and the workshop will take place at the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS) in Edinburgh (see url: )
Travel instructions to get to the ICMS (see url: )
All participants, speakers and those intending to follow some talks will be required to register for the purpose of space management.
For the purpose of catering the event - we charge a small fee for general attendance which is as follows - and includes attendance at the conference, certificate of attendance, coffee and tea as well as buffet lunch.
Day 1 only Colloquium Attendance £35
Day 1-3 Colloquium and Workshop £75
Students and HW - UoE staff registration is FREE
(please note you will be notified after registration if your successful and payment occurs on the day)
-- Due to a high demand to attend this workshop - we have had to close registration as all places are now filled.
Many registrations have been placed on a waiting list and we have contacted those already provided with a space to check they will attend all aspects of the workshop. If there are any additional spots we will work down the short listed registrations to provide them a spot as we are able.
We thank you for your interest in this workshop and hope that if you missed out this year, you will join us next year!
Colloquium Plan and Timings:
The colloquium speaker slots and timings is available in this link SPEAKER_PLAN
There are numerous accommodation options in Edinburgh city center.
Some examples 3 or 4 star hotels are below.
Contact the colloquium and workshop organizer for any questions
Prof. Gareth W. Peters (email@example.com).
For ICMS related questions/facility questions and IT please contact
Knowledge Transfer Officer
telephone 0131 650 9817
Panmure House Conference Dinner Speaker
Funding Sources and Sponsors
A special thank you goes to the sponsors of this workshop and grant agencies
Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, Japan and ROIS for sponsoring several participant speakers. In particular to Prof. Tomoko Matsui for facilitating the grant to fund this research activity.
Heriot-Watt University Actuarial Mathematics and Statistics for sponsorship of conference dinner and catering
Panmure House (Heriot-Watt) for access to facilities for conference dinner
International Center for Mathematical Science - Bayes Center for access to facilities for hosting the meeting.