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Research interests

https://vandenakker.tech/research/

Ramon van den Akker is an Associate Professor at CentER and at the department of Econometrics & Operations Research, both at Tilburg University (0.2fte). He also works at de Volksbank on Advanced Analytics & A.I. and Risk Models.

His research interests cover various fields in the area of asymptotic statistics, quantitative risk management, big data in the financial industry, business modelling, and time series analysis, and have been published in leading journals in econometrics and statistics. Ramon is an Associate Editor of Statistical Inference for Stochastic Processes.

Ramon has taught courses in data science, econometrics, life insurance, machine learning, mathematics, probability theory, quantitative finance, and statistics at Tilburg University, Tias business school, Tilburg Professional Learning, JADS, and the Dutch Actuarial Institute.

Career

2015-recent
principal data scientist & risk modeller, de Volksbank
2014-recent
Associate Professor, Tilburg University
2010-2014
Assistant Professor, Tilburg University
2007-2010
Risk manager at SNS REAAL (0.80 fte)
Lecturer, Tilburg University (0.20 fte)
2003-2007
Ph.D. candidate, Tilburg University
2000-2003
Research & Teaching assistant, Tilburg University

Teaching

https://vandenakker.tech/teaching/

Current courses

Click here for my courses.

PhD supervision

PhD supervision

I. Gaia Becheri on "Limiting Experiments for Panel-Data and Jump-Diffusion Models", 12/21/2012 (with Feike C. Drost and Bas J.M. Werker)

Bo Zhou on "Semiparametric inference for non-LAN models", 12/6/2017 (with I. Gaia Becheri and Bas J.M. Werker)

External positions

(SNS-REAAL)

1 Feb 2014 → …

Keywords

  • Statistics
  • Time Series
  • Econometrics
  • Risk Models
  • Data Science

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