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Tony Bellotti is a senior lecturer in statistics in the Mathematics department at Imperial College London. He received his PhD in computational learning from Royal Holloway, University of London in 2006 and his main research interest is the application of statistical and machine learning models in credit risk analysis.
Until January 2010, I worked at the Credit Research Centre at the University of Edinburgh using statistical and machine learning techniques for analysis of consumer credit risk, with particular interest in the application of survival analysis to the prediction of default and the correlation of macroeconomic variables, such as changing interest rates, with credit repayment behaviour.
From 2001 to 2005, I was based at the Computer Learning Research Centre at Royal Holloway University of London UK where I gained my doctorate in the application of machine learning. I also taught the Computer Learning course there. I provided statistical and machine learning research support for gene expression analysis, working with Cancer Research UK to help understand and treat childhood leukaemia.
From 1992 to 2001, I worked for several organisations as a programmer, database developer and business analyst.
Fax: +44 (020) 7594 8517
e-mail: a dot bellotti at imperial dot ac dot uk
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|Event||When||Where||Presentation (if available)|
|Credit Scoring and Credit Control XVI conference||28-30 August 2019||University of Edinburgh||TBA|
|Launch Ceremony: Consortium for Applied Data Science, invited speaker||5 July 2018||Information Technology University, Lahore, Pakistan||Data Science: Academic - Industry Interactions|
|Credit Scoring and Credit Control XV conference||29 August to 1 September 2017||University of Edinburgh||Loss Estimation using Monte Carlo Simulation|
|Seminar, Department of Computer Science, Royal Holloway, University of London||29 April 2016||Surrey UK||Region predictions for automated valuation models|
|Research showcase on FinTech||9 March 2016||Imperial College London UK||Statistics and Credit Risk Workshop||10 February 2016||Royal Statistical Society, London UK||Challenges arising when including macroeconomic variables in survival models of default|
|CFE 2015, 9th International Conference on Computational and Financial Econometrics||12-14 December 2015||University of London, UK||Region predictions for automated valuation models|
|Credit Scoring and Credit Control XIV conference||26-28 August 2015||University of Edinburgh||Statistical reflections on Expected Loss|
|Royal Statistical Society Workshop: Advanced Statistical Methods in Credit Risk||13 June 2013||Royal Statistical Society, London UK||Multiple presentations|
|Model Risk in Retail Credit Scoring: One-day workshop||28 September 2012||Imperial College London UK||Multiple presentations|