PhD in Actuarial Studies, University of NSW, in progress
Master’s in Statistics, University of Montreal, 2017
Bachelor in Mathematics, University of Montreal, 2015
I am an Associate Lecturer in the School of Risk and Actuarial Studies, as well as a final-year PhD student. My research sits at the junction of mathematical statistics and actuarial sciences. I work on statistical methods to validate (or invalidate) usual dependence assumptions made in multivariate risk models. I especially work on the subtle differences between pairwise and mutual independence. My research has been supported financially by both UNSW (UIPA Scholarship) and Quebec’s government (FRQNT PhD Scholarship).
Prize for Best Presentation at the Conference ‘Perspectives on Actuarial Risks in Talks of Young Researchers' in Sibiu, Romania, 2019.
Second place in UNSW Business School's 3 Minutes Thesis Competition, 2018.