Fully transparent, not-for-profit applied research projects that evolve and enhance catastrophe risk management
Maximum Information's Innovation arm focuses on developing research that will drive forward the evolution of catastrophe risk management.
We believe that open-source, transparent and easily comprehensible baselines and methodologies are an essential prerequisite for societies to fulfill their potential for creating cost-effective and sustainable risk-resilience solutions.
While achieving full baseline and methodology transparency can be challenging in privatised risk markets, we attempt to alleviate the problem by producing our own baselines and methodologies here, in a completely accessible transparent manner, developed through inter-disciplinary projects and collaborations in both academia and industry.
IDF & Oasis Risk Explorer
Creation of an entry-level risk modelling tool to socialise catastrophe risk understanding
Quantifying uncertainty in stochastic tropical cyclone hazard generators
A Decision-Theoretic Tool for Enhanced Cat Risk Management
Making insurance decisions considering hazard uncertainty and the decision-maker's attitude to risk
Objective Counterfactual Analysis
Looking to untapped sources of weather & climate information to increase our resilience to atmospheric perils
Supporting and standardising climate services in europe and beyond
Lecturing on meteorological hazards in the MSc on geohazards
World Meteorological Organization (WMO) IWTC
Contribution to the International Workshop on Tropical Cyclone (IWTC) report
Volcanic ash-induced disruption to electricity infrastructure
Quantifying the vulnerability of Japanese power infrastructure to volcanic ashfall hazards