Financial Math at Michigan

Financial Math Seminars since September 2011

Our Former and Current Term Assistant Professors in Financial Math

  • Ronnie Sircar, 1997-2000.
    (Now Professor at Princeton University, Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering).
  • Yevgeny Goncharov, 2003-2004.
    (Now Research Analyst at Quantitative Risk Management, Chicago).
  • Masahiko Egami, 2005-2007.
    (Now Full Professor at Kyoto University, Graduate School of Economics, Japan).
  • Mike Ludkovski , 2005-2008.
    (Now Full Professor at the University of California at Santa Barbara, Department of Applied Probability and Statistics).
  • Semih Sezer , 2006-2008.
    (Now Associate Professor at Sabanci University, Department of Industrial Engineering, Turkey).
  • Ahmet Duran, 2006-20010.
    (Now Associate Professor at Istanbul Technical University, Department of Mathematical Engineering, Turkey).
  • Song Yao , 2008-2011.
    (Now Associate Professor at the University of Pittsburgh, Department of Mathematics).
  • Qingshuo Song , 2009.
    (Now Associate Professor at WPI, Department of Mathematical Sciences).
  • Tom Emmerling, 2009-2012.
    (Senior Quantitative Risk Analyst at M\&T Bank Corporation.)
  • Jose Alcala Burgos, 2010-2013.
    (Now CONACYT fellow at CIMAT, Facultad de Matematicas, Mexico).
  • Arash Fahim, 2011-2013.
    (Now Associate Professor at Florida State University, Department of Mathematics).
  • Xiang Yu , 2012-2015.
    (Now Tenure track Assistant Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Department of Applied Mathematics).
  • Gu Wang, 2013-2015.
    (Now Associate Professor at WPI, Department of Mathematical Sciences).
  • Jinniao Qiu, 2015-2018
    (Now Associate professor at the University of Calgary, Department of Mathematics and Statistics).
  • Bahman Angoshtari 2014-2017.
    (Now Tenure track assistant professor at the University of Miami, Department of Mathematics).
  • Asaf Cohen, 2014-2017
    (Now tenure track assistant professor at the University of Michigan, Department of Mathematics).
  • Zhou Zhou, Fall 2017.
    ( Now Senior Lecturer (Associate professor) at the University of Sydney).
  • Christian Keller, 2015-2018.
    (Now tenure track assistant professor at University of Central Florida, Department of Mathematics).
  • Yavor Stoev, 2015-2018.
    (Now at JP Morgan, London).
  • Parsiad Azimzadeh, Winter 2018.
    (Now at Google, Mountainview).
  • Ibrahim Ekren, 2017-2018.
    (Now tenure track assistant professor at Florida State, Department of Mathematics).
  • Sebastian Hermann, 2016-2019.
    (Now a Lecturer at University of Manchester, School of Mathematics.)
  • Nicolas Hernandez, 2017-2020.
    (Now holding a CMM–CNRS chair of Excellence for Young Researchers at CMM, Universidad de Chile)
  • Ruoyu Wu, 2018-2020.
    (Now a tenure track assistant professor at Iowa State University, Department of Mathematics.)
  • Alexandros Saplaouras, 2017-2020.
    (Now principal investigator for a Hellenistic Foundation for Research and Innovation Grant.)
  • Suman Chakraborty, 2018-2020.
    (Now a post-doc at Eindhoven University of Technology.)
  • Gaoyue Guo, 2018-2021.
    (Now at Centralesupelec, Paris-Saclay University, Department of Mathematics)
  • Thomas Bernhardt, 2019-2021
    (Lecturer at University of Manchester, School of Mathematics.)
  • Shuoqing Deng, 2019-2022  (Now Assistant Professor Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
  • Prakash Chakraborty, 2020-2023 (Now Assistant Professor at Penn State Industrial Engineering)
  • Dominykas Norgilas, 2019-2023
  • Tao Chen, 2020-2023
  • Zhenhua Wang, 2020-2023
  • Wei Yan, 2020-2023
  • Qi Feng, 2021-2022
  • Ali Devran Kara, 2021-2024
  • Donghan Kim, 2021-2024
  • Purba Das (2022-2025)
  • Bingyan Han (2022-2025)

Our Former Tenure Track Faculty in Financial Math

  • Sergey Nadtochiy. 2012-2018. Now at Illinois Institute of Technology, Department of Applied Mathematics.
  • Johannes Muhle Karbe. 2016-2017. Now at Imperial College, London, Department of Mathematics.

Long Term Visitors in Financial Math

Prizes won by University of Michigan Financial Math Members