2022 SCOR Actuarial Awards winners

ScorSince 1996, SCOR has been rewarding the best research work in the field of actuarial science. The French reinsurance group has awarded the 2022 prizes to candidates in five countries: Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland and Sweden.

Designed to promote actuarial science in insurance and reinsurance, this event is financed by the SCOR Corporate Foundation for Science, chaired by André Lévy-Lang.

For the year 2022, the prizes have been awarded to the following nine candidates:

Winners Country and date of attribution of the awardEstablishmentAward-winning dissertations and theses
Léonard Vincent7 October SwitzerlandUniversity of LausanneModel Uncertainty, Tail Risk and Structured Reinsurance
Lina Palmborg14 October SwedenStockholm UniversityFinancial position and performance in IFRS 17
François Hu13 December FranceEcole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration EconomiqueSemi-supervised learning in insurance: fairness and active learning
Stella Jovet13 December FranceNational Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (CNAM)Optimization of the profitability of natural catastrophe risks using a genetic algorithm: application to a Mexican hurricane portfolio
Gabriele Omari14 December ItalyUniversity of TriesteFair pricing of profit-sharing life insurance contract portfolios
Andrea Santoro14 December ItalyUniversity of RomeOn the estimation of surrender frequencies: methodological evolutions for dynamic policyholder behavior analysis
Mark Kiermayer15 December GermanyUniversity of UlmMachine and deep learning in present actuarial challenges 
Simon Schnürch15 December GermanyTechnical University of KaiserslauternMortality Modeling: Machine Learning and Mortality Shocks
Arne Freimann15 December GermanyUniversity of UlmPricing, Hedging, and the Roles of Different Market Players in the Longevity Risk Transfer Market
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