[Amath-seminars] Meeting with our next Boeing Speaker: Prof. Rene Carmona on Feb. 2nd (next Thursday)

Bin Zou binzou at uw.edu
Thu Jan 26 11:47:34 PST 2017


Hello everyone at AMATH,

I am excited that Prof. Rene Carmona will be visiting us and deliver a
Boeing Distinguished Colloquia on next Thursday, February 2nd.
Dr. Carmona is a leading scholar in mathematical finance! His research
interests not only cover a very very wide range of areas in *mathematical
finance* but also include probability, gaming theory, signal analysis, and
of course *PDE* and *optimization!!!*

Due to a busy schedule, Dr. Carmona will only be with us on Feb. 2nd, so
don't let this one of a kind opportunity to slip away.
Professors and postdocs please sign up "Individual Meeting" ASAP since I am
pretty sure those spots will be filled up quickly.
Please sign up at the following public file:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1y8o-RVhggMUPcb5cLU3Ue_nssY5YUOZcJ6RCsxEvFm4/edit?usp=sharing

ACT FAST EVERYONE!!!

Below is a brief CV of Dr. Carmona.
I highly suggest you take a closer look at his website:
https://www.princeton.edu/~rcarmona/index.html

Professor Rene Carmona is the Paul M. Wythes ’55 Professor of Engineering
and Finance in the department of Operations Research and Financial
Engineering (ORFE) at Princeton University. He is Chair of ORFE, an
associate member of the Department of Mathematics, a member of the Program
in Applied and Computational Mathematics, and Director of Graduate Studies
of the Bendheim Center for Finance at Princeton.



Dr. Carmona’s research interests include, but certainly not limited to,
stochastic analysis, financial mathematics, and signal/image analysis. He
has published over one hundred articles and eight books, and edited seven
books in probability, statistics, and financial mathematics. He was elected
Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics in 1984 and of the
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) in 2009. He is the
founding chair of the SIAM Activity Group on Financial Mathematics and
Engineering, the founding editor of the Electronic Journal & Communications
in Probability and the SIAM Journal on Financial Mathematics. He is on the
editorial board of several peer-reviewed journals and book series and on
the scientific board of several institutes (e.g. Oxford Man Institute,
Institute of Mathematics and Applications). Dr. Carmona developed computer
programs for teaching and research. He has worked on the commodity and
energy markets, and he is recognized worldwide as a leading researcher and
consultant in this area. Recently, he organized conferences and summer
schools on Energy Risk, the Future of the Electricity Markets, Emissions
Regulations, and high frequency trading, topics on which he designed and
taught courses and tutorials.



Dr. Carmona received his These d'Etat in Probability from the University of
Marseille in June 1977. Before joining Princeton in 1995, Dr. Carmona was
an Assistant Professor from 1981 to 1983, an Associate Professor from 1983
to 1984, and a full Professor since 1984 at the University of California at
Irvine.




Thank you all for your attention!

Best regards,

Bin
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Bin Zou
Acting Assistant Professor
Department of Applied Mathematics
University of Washington
https://sites.google.com/site/zoubin19/
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