Free Webcast this Thursday: “Energy Risk Modeling as a Teaching Tool, and Overview of the Book” with Roy Nersesian

Register now for a free webinar to be presented by risk modeling expert Roy Nersesian.

"Energy Risk Modeling as a Teaching Tool, and Overview of the Book"

Free webcast this Thursday, 19 September 2013
11am EDT

Energy Risk Modeling is a new book from Roy Nersesian for those looking for simulation, decision trees, and optimization techniques for energy applications.

Much of Energy Risk Modeling is a result of Professor Nersesian’s course Energy Modeling at School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) at Columbia University.

In this free live webcast, the presentation will be on how he utilized the contents of his book to build a course. His presentation will also be an overview of the book for individuals in the field of energy who may want to utilize @RISK products in their work.

The book has been written in a way to spur ideas on how @RISK products can be used in various aspects of energy from fossil fuels to renewables. At the end of his presentation, he will address matters on the minds of attendees on how @RISK may be applied to their work.

» Register now for the free webcast "Energy Risk Modeling as a Teaching Tool, and Overview of the Book"

About the Presenter

Roy Nersesian is a professor at the Leon Hess School of Business at Monmouth University and an adjunct professor at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. Professor Nersesian holds a BS in physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a MBA from Harvard Business School. His time is committed to education and writing. In addition to Energy Risk Modeling, he has also written for Palisade @RISK Bank Credit and Financial Analysis, Evolver Solutions for Business, and RISKOptimizer for Business Applications. He has written several books among them the 2nd edition of Energy in the 21st Century published by M. E. Sharpe in 2010. He is currently under contract with M.E. Sharpe to write a book on energy and economics.

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