Angelos Dassios

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Ph.D. Imperial College London 1987 UnitedKingdom
Dissertation: Insurance, Storage and Point Processes: An Approach via Piecewise Deterministic Markov Processes
Mathematics Subject Classification: 60—Probability theory and stochastic processes

Advisor 1: Paul Embrechts

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Jang, JiwookLondon School of Economics and Political Science19982
Basu, SankarshanLondon School of Economics and Political Science1999
Nagaradjasarma, JayalaxshmiLondon School of Economics and Political Science2003
YIRENK YI, T.H.S. BO AFOLondon School of Economics and Political Science2004
Nathan, ShaoulLondon School of Economics and Political Science2005
Christopher, StromLondon School of Economics and Political Science2007
WU, ShanleLondon School of Economics and Political Science2008
Andrianova, AnnaLondon School of Economics and Political Science2009
Jimenez-Huerta, DiegoLondon School of Economics and Political Science2009
Takeshi, YamadaLondon School of Economics and Political Science2010
Che, XiaonanLondon School of Economics and Political Science2011
Zhao, HongbiaoLondon School of Economics and Political Science20124
Chen, ZhanyuLondon School of Economics and Political Science2014
Lim, Jia WeiLondon School of Economics and Political Science2014
Zhang, YouyouLondon School of Economics and Political Science2014
Habibnia, AliLondon School of Economics and Political Science2017
Liu, ShijuLondon School of Economics and Political Science2017
Ho, Tak YuiLondon School of Economics and Political Science2018
Li, LutingLondon School of Economics and Political Science2019
Qu, YanLondon School of Economics and Political Science2019
Zhang, JunyiLondon School of Economics and Political Science2021

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