Rainer Buckdahn
 Département de Mathématiques
Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest


The main part of my teaching is made at

Euro-Institut d'Actuariat Jean Dieudonné (EURIA ), an institute of the Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest.

The EURIA Institute is a school in Financial and Actuarial Mathematics, which academic training programme doesn't resrict to Mathematics and Finance but also includes training in private and financial legislation, comparative European law, banking, insurance and competition law, raw material marketing and trading, and a six-month professional internship (a part of which should be spent abroad). After their 3-years studies successful students are awarded the title of actuary by the professional associations.

I give the following courses at EURIA:

For the 1st-year students:

1st semester:         Probability Theory (a 30-hours course)
2nd semester:       Statistics and Poll Theory

For the 2nd-year students:

1st semester:         Martingale Theory. Black-Scholes Model

For the 3rd-year students:

2nd semester:        Time Series and Kalman-Bucy Filters

My teaching activities are related with our Marie Curie ITN project
"Deterministic and Stochastic Controlled Systems and Applications", 
Call: FP7-PEOPLE-2007-1-1-ITN, no. 213841-2.

This web page is still under construction and it is expected to be enriched with more information about the above courses over the year.

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