Dr. Hartman researches Bayesian methods and their applications in actuarial science and risk. His projects include health insurance claim modeling, financial simulation, and disease prediction. He is the actuarial program director at BYU.
Dr. Richardson's areas of interest include spatio-temporal data analysis, Bayesian nonparametrics, stochastic differential equations, and actuarial and financial models. His research has been used to develop a method of handling data across multiple spatial locations, and it applies to various areas such as ecological, financial, and health fields.
Dennis H. Tolley
Dr. Tolley specializes in using statistical and actuarial methods in biochemistry, health, and medicine. His research in biomarker measurement can help in the early detection of diseases like preeclampsia and Alzheimers.