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Dr. Barry Sheehan

Biography

Dr. Barry Sheehan is a lecturer in risk and finance in the Kemmy Business School at the University of Limerick. With a professional background in actuarial science, his research uses machine-learning techniques to estimate the changing risk profile produced by emerging technologies. He is currently contributing on three Horizon 2020 EU funded projects including PROTECT, Vision Inspired Driver Assistance Systems (VI-DAS) and Cloud Large Scale Video Analysis (Cloud-LSVA).

Research Interests

Dr. Barry Sheehan investigates novel risk metrication and machine learning methodologies in the context of insurance and finance, attentive to a changing private and public emerging risk environment. He is a researcher with insurance industry and academic experience. With a professional background in actuarial science, his research uses machine-learning techniques to estimate the changing risk profile produced by emerging technologies. He is senior member of Emerging Risk Group (ERG) at the University of Limerick which has a long established expertise in insurance and risk management and has a continued success within large research consortia including a number of EU H2020 and FP7 research projects. Our team members are based across Europe and cover a wide array of research including machine learning, actuarial, insurance strategy, legal and ethical considerations of emerging technologies. We are members of two EU H2020 research projects related to semi-autonomous vehicles: VI-DAS (http://vi-das.eu/) and Cloud-LSVA (http://cloud-lsva.eu/). These consortia are predominately driven by technical objectives and our role is one of assessing the legal, ethical, and actuarial impact of ADAS technology.

Publications

Book Chapter

2018

Application of the data model: Pillar one
Heep-Altiner M.;Mullins M.;Rohlfs T.;Clasen F.;Gallinger G.;Gerlach M.;Keller V.;Loeken A.;Moor H.;Olbrich T.;Schwering J.;Sheehan B.
Contributions to Management Science DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-77060-4_2

Conference Publication

2017

Other Publication

2018

Introduction
Heep-Altiner M.;Mullins M.;Rohlfs T.;Hintzen S.;Muders S.;Sheehan B.;Vennemann F.
Contributions to Management Science DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-77060-4_1