Bio

Hi there, I am a 5th year Ph.D. student at Princeton's Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering. I am currently advised by professors  Mykhaylo Shkolnikov and Ronnie Sircar. My research lies in mathematical finance, more specifically in the mathematically driven part of portfolio optimization.  The problems I am currently looking at are at the intersection of Probability Theory and Partial Differential Equations. My other interests include Stochastic Portfolio Theory as well as employing non-linear PDEs in Deep Learning.
 
In my free time I enjoy reading about random random phenomena (no typo there). In fact, soon enough I plan to launch a blog that will be covering different probabilistic concepts, from the most basic to mildly advanced, so stay posted! 
 
I also enjoy playing soccer and doing improv.