Plenary Speakers (Geneva 2007):

- Claudio Albanese, Imperial College London, UK:
"Operator Methods and Long Dated Structured Products"

- Dimitri Bertsekas, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA:
"Very Large Systems of Linear Equations: Approximate Solution and Applications in Dynamic Programming"

- James MacKinnon, Queen's University, Canada:
"Bootstrap Testing"

- John Mulvey, Princeton University, USA:
"Applying stochastic programming models to improve the performance of global hedge funds"

- Peter Rousseeuw, University of Antwerp, Belgium:
"Algorithms for Robust Multivariate Statistics"