Daniele Casati

Daniele Casati

Welcome to my website!

My name is Daniele Casati and I am a PhD student at ETH Zurich, Seminar of Applied Mathematics.

Before starting a PhD I worked for two years as a quantitative risk analyst in banking and reinsurance.

My education includes a Master’s degree in scientific computing at ETH Zurich and a Bachelor's degree in physics at the University of Pavia.
I have always been economically independent during my university studies thanks to scholarships.

Please feel free to drop me an email.
I am looking forward to hearing from you.

2016 – Present

ETH Zurich

PhD student, “Enhanced Multiple Multipoles Method for Computational Electromagnetism”

2015–2016

Fintegral Consulting

Quantitative Risk Consultant

2015–2015

SCOR

Group Financial Modelling and Risk Analysis

2014–2015

UBS

Statistical Risk Aggregation Methodology

2014–2015

Master’s thesis at Singapore-ETH Centre, Future Cities Laboratory and ETH Zurich, IVT

Hierarchical Population Generation in Transportation Modelling

Developed a Markov Chain Monte Carlo method to simulate populations gathered into households for transportation modelling.
Presented and published in the proceedings of
Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Meeting.

2012–2014

Master's degree at ETH Zurich

Computational Science and Engineering

Funded by ETH Master Scholarship Programme.

2009–2012

Bachelor’s degree at University of Pavia

Physics

2009–2012

IUSS-Pavia and Collegio Ghislieri

Name Daniele Casati
Country Zurich, Switzerland
Languages Italian, English, German
Skype Daniele.Casati.90
Website
Email mail (at) DanieleCasati (dot) com