“WHIP gives us privileged access to independent research teams focusing to solve complex open challenges, contributing to differentiate further our wind-induced risk modeling capabilities.”
~ Maurizio Savina, SCOR P&C, Cat Model R&D Lead
“Given AIR’s significant investments in cutting-edge research and modeling, the WHIP collaboration opens up our world to the incredibly talented academic fraternity at Texas Tech University, Florida International University and the Florida Institute of Technology. This not only facilitates collaboration, interaction and an exchange of ideas but also helps build a pipeline to attract future talent in the catastrophe modeling industry.”
~ Karthik Ramanathan, Assistant Vice President & Principal Engineer, AIR Worldwide - Research & Modeling
"This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Numbers 1841523 and 1841503."
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