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Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies: Special Topic Seminars

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09:00 – Registration opens

09:30 – The Cambridge CRS Risk Framework: Scenarios, Threats, and Business Decisions. Professor Daniel Ralph, Academic Director, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

10:10 – Systems of Systems: Mapping Global Exposure Networks. Dr Andrew Skelton, Risk Researcher, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

10:30 – Cyber Catastrophe – an Interlinked Systemic Risk. Simon Ruffle, Director of Technology Research & Innovation, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

10:50 – Coffee break

11:30 – Catastronomics: The Economics of Catastrophes. Dr Scott Kelly, Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

11:50 – Understanding Financial Catastrophes. Dr Fabio Caccioli, Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

12:10 – Data for Risk Analysis: Exposure & Vulnerability. Dr Roxane Foulser-Piggott, Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

12:30 – Mapping Geopolitical Risk. Joshua Wallace, Cytora

12:50 – Lunch

14:00 – Chair: Professor T.-C. Pan, Director, Institute for Catastrophe Risk Management, Nanyang Technical University, Singapore.

Catalysing Risk Management Innovation through Openness. Paul VanderMarck, Chief Products Officer, Risk Management Solutions

14:30 – Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies Research Agenda 2015. Dr Andrew Coburn, Director of External Advisory Board, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

15:00 – End of pre-conference session

This talk is part of the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies series.

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