Aniketh is a Kent alumnus who completed the MSc in Applied Actuarial Science in 2013. He started his programme of research for his PhD in January 2016 and is supervised by Dr Pradip Tapadar.
Research InterestsImpact of changing population demographics on pension plans back to top
Publications and achievements
Oberoi, J., Pittea, A. and Tapadar, P. (2018). A graphical model approach to simulating economic variables over long horizons. tbc.
Upcoming conferences where grant has been received:
- Awarded a grant by the organisers of the Insurance Data Science conference covering conference fees. The conference will take place in July 2018 at Cass Business School.
- Awarded a grant of €1,000 by the organisers of the International Congress of Actuaries (ICA2018) to attend and give a talk on Examining Pension Plan Risk in an Economic Capital Framework. The Congress took place in Berlin in June 2018.
- Awarded a travel grant by the organisers of the Doctoral Colloquium - Queen’s Management School covering travel and other costs to give a talk on Risk Assessment of Pension Schemes. The Colloquium took place June 2017.
- Awarded a grant by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries covering travel and other costs to give a talk for the Actuarial Teachers' and Researchers' Conference. The conference took place at the University of East Anglia in July 2016.
- Awarded a grant by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries covering travel and other costs to give a talk at the University of Waterloo, Ontario. The talk was about mortality and pension modelling and took place in June 2016.