I obtained my BSc in Actuarial Science (2012) and MSc in Mathematics at the National Autonomous University of México (2014), working under the guidance of Prof. Mogens Bladt (now in University of Copenhagen).
In 2015, I travelled to Denmark to pursue my PhD studies at the Technical University of Denmark, working under the supervision of Prof. Bo Friis Nielsen and Prof. Mogens Bladt. My thesis was titled 'Advances of matrix-analytic methods in risk theory'.
In 2018, I became a Research Associate funded by the Australian Research Council at the University of Adelaide, working with Dr Giang Thu Nguyen on Markov-modulated diffusion models. Currently I hold an Adjunct Lecturer position.
In 2022, I was funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation to develop research on risk theory and statistics at the University of Lausanne with Prof. Hansjoerg Albrecher. Particularly, my research aimed to shed light at the interplay between risk modelling and sequential probability testing, as well as on systems which exhibit state-dependent modulation.
In 2023, I started my current postdoctoral position at Cornell University, working with Prof. Andreea Minca. We recently developed theory in matrix-analytic modelling to answer novel questions in risk management, especially those arising from models which exhibit systemic risk, with applications in finance, insurance and energy markets.
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