A. Bardoutsos, PhD
I started as a postdoctoral researcher within the Future Mortality project October 2016. In particular, I am in charge of developing the statistical mortality projection technique to project life-style attributable mortality into the future and to combine the projections of life-style attributable mortality with projections of mortality delay. Previously, I spent 4 years at the KU Leuven (Belgium) conducting doctoral research and teaching. Under the supervision of Prof. dr. Katrien Antonio and Prof. dr. Jan Beirlant I completed my dissertation, entitled “Econometric models for insurance applications: essays on Bayesian mortality models, heavy tails and extreme value statistics with censored data”. In 2015, I received a grant from the National Bank of Belgium for the last year of my PhD. I hold a Bachelor degree in Statistics and a Master degree in Actuarial and Financial Mathematics, both obtained at the University of Aegean (Samos, Greece).
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