Petar Jevtic, Ph.D.
I am passionate about mathematical conceptualizations of risk and the financial implications of risk materialization. My research lies dominantly in Actuarial Science. I work on modeling, hedging, and pricing longevity risk and emerging risks such as cyber risk, autonomous vehicles related risks, climate risk, etc. I enjoy engaging with frontiers of the risk landscape.
I have completed my Ph.D. at the University of Turin, Italy, at the Department of Economics, Social Studies, Applied Mathematics and Statistics. During my Ph.D. I had an extended academic visit to The Wharton School, UPenn, Department of Statistics and Data Science. Before that, I completed my M.S. in Economics at the University of Belgrade, Serbia, at the Faculty of Economics (joint degree with HEC Paris). Earlier, I gained a Dipl. Ing. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Belgrade, Serbia, at the School of Electrical Engineering.