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The Willis Research Network Autumn Seminar


Date: 1st November 2017.


Location: The Willis Building Auditorium, 51 Lime Street, London EC3M 7DQ..



Willis Towers Watson held an afternoon of insight and discussion with the Willis Research Network (WRN). The event, held in the London Lime Street Auditorium on November 1st, discussed trending topics on severe convective storms, tropical cyclones and inland flooding with a range of prominent and respected speakers in the fields of weather and climate risk. The event presented findings from some of the WRN’s latest scientific collaborations, alongside current analytical projects underway in Willis Re teams around the world, with an emphasis on the latest extreme weather events impacting our industry.


Slides of the seminar are now available :


  • Michael Tippett: ENSO and U.S. severe convective storm activity Presentation

  • James Done: Footprinting Global Tropical Cyclones Presentation

  • Jeffrey Czajkowski: Development of a deeper understanding of tropical cyclone flood insurance claims Presentation

Videos of the seminar will be coming soon!




The Willis Research Network: Seismic Risk Seminar


Date: 23rd February 2017


Location: The Willis Building Auditorium, 51 Lime Street, London EC3M 7DQ.



Willis Towers Watson held an afternoon of insight and discussion with the Willis Research Network (WRN). The event, held in the London Lime Street Auditorium on February 23rd, discussed trending topics on Seismic Hazard and Risk, and highlighted opportunities for potential research directions that could trigger major advances and improve the way seismic hazard and risk is perceived, assessed and quantified in the Re/Insurance industry.


Slides and videos of the event are now available here


  • Ross Stein: Earthquakes converse by the transfer of stress: The strong evidence for short-distance, long period interactions: video link

  • Emily Brodsky:Earthquakes Triggered by Seismic Waves: video link

  • Tom Parsons: Dynamic earthquake triggering in the Global Aftershock Zone: video link

  • Kim Olsen: Seismic Hazard Analysis in a 3D World: video link


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